Hoorah! We are operational once more, though services are limited. We have two portable toilets outside and a red check-in trailer down by the golf carts. The clubhouse is closed until further notice, but you may see volunteers and construction crews heading in and out for cleaning and refurbishing. Please bypass the clubhouse and head straight down to the red trailer on the west-side ramp to start your round. As always, to get the best prices, book your tee time online at https://www.golflongmont.com/twinpeaks-tee-times
Great news! ⛳ Twin Peaks Golf Course will be open on Wednesday, November 1 starting at 8:30am. Our golf staff will be operating out of a portable trailer while the Clubhouse is closed. There will be portable toilets outside but limited services available at the course because of the clubhouse closure, so plan accordingly.
Customers will be able to book a tee time through GolfLongmont.com for Wednesday or into the future after 8:30am. For those who want to get out first thing Wednesday morning after the frost clears, you are welcome to drop-in and register in-person or call the Twin Peaks Golf Course at 303-651-8401. Phones will continue to be routed to our Recreation Services staff until Wednesday morning.
Twin Peaks Golf Course will remain closed on Tuesday, October 31 due to a recent fire, but we hope to reopen on Wednesday, November 1, especially since it is supposed to be a beautiful Colorado 70 degree day! Come support Twin Peaks as we rebuild our clubhouse. For updates, check this page and follow us on Facebook
Due to a fire early Saturday morning, Twin Peaks Golf Course and Clubhouse will be closed Saturday and Sunday, 10/28 & 10/29. We are working to get operational as soon as we are able. Thank you for your patience.
All calls to the Twin Peaks Clubhouse are being redirected to our Recreation Services staff.
Remember, both Ute Creek and Sunset Golf courses are still open as weather permits. Please visit our home page to check available tee times.
Longmont Fire, Police and OEM
October 28 at 12:36pm
Update as of 6:15pm 10/28/17 - Investigators have finished on scene and while the cause is still undetermined, it was likely an accidental electrical fire.
At approximately 4:35 this morning, fire crews were dispatched to a fire alarm at the Twin Peaks Golf Course clubhouse. The first unit on scene found the east side of the building fully involved and quickly called for more resources. This photo shows the heaviest damage to the outdoor pavilion area. There was also smoke and water damage to some interior areas of the clubhouse. The fire was contained in under an hour and there were no injuries. Investigators are on scene to determine the origin and cause of the fire.
The golf course will be closed until at least Monday morning. Please check back for updates.