About the Course
Twin Rivers Golf Course officially opened in August 1984 as a 9-hole public course in Terra Nova National Park. In 1991 Twin Rivers expanded to an 18-hole course, opening in July of that year. The late Robbie Robinson designed the original 9 holes, with Doug Carrick designing the second 9 holes.
The 6546 yard, Par 71 award winning course has hosted numerous Provincial and National competitions. This seaside course that criss-crosses two salmon rivers combines a challenging but fair layout with breathtaking views, making Twin Rivers a must play course for players of all skill levels and providing an unforgettable golf experience.
Eagle Creek, a 9-hole course opened in July 2001, was designed by Robert Walsh, a native of Newfoundland and Labrador. This 2593 yard, par 35 course offers a challenge to the seasoned golfer as well as serving as an alternative venue for those wanting a shorter program. Named after the Bald Eagles that are frequently seen over Clode Sound, this under the radar full 9-hole course is an added treat for golfers.