The Perfect Meeting Place

by Shannon Robinson

When the Jaindl family decides to do something, they do it the right way—and the renovations happening at The Club at Twin Lakes are a perfect example of just that.

Purchased by the Jaindl family in December of 2021 and being one of the older clubs in the area, they knew that the club was in dire need of a facelift, says David Ford, General Manager of The Club at Twin Lakes.

There was no time wasted, and construction began in December 2021 on the clubhouse. “The entire exterior has been updated with redwood to give it some depth and a rustic aesthetic,” says Ford. The parking lot, which was formally gravel, has been completely paved with islands added. “When arriving at the club, you get a feeling of grandeur, which was previously absent,” he says.

“The interior clubhouse space has been completely updated—everything has been redone, right down to the studs,” says Ford. New carpets, ceilings, bars, banquet facilities, and even an outdoor patio space have been added. “I’m really excited about the patio—it overlooks the lake and makes for a great private event space or a casual dining space for golfers after their round,” he says.

The Club at Twin Lakes has unlimited potential as a place to network and entertain clients. Each banquet room is equipped with state-of-the-art audio/video systems and projectors, and each space can be arranged to suit your needs.

Also on site is the new Wild Turkey restaurant and bar, which has an anticipated opening date of October 1st and makes for another great space to talk shop or simply grab a bite to eat after a round of golf.

With the clubhouse in the final stages of renovation, the Jaindls have set their sights on the golf course next. “Cart paths have been added to all but nine holes, and they are in the stages of creating a master plan to update the bunkers, fairways, and greens,” says Ford.

The Club at Twin Lakes is centrally located, making it an ideal meeting place. “We are very easy to get to, and offer a level of service that is unparalleled,” says Ford. “Whether you want to entertain clients with a round of golf or host a gathering, we can accommodate almost any request.”

When the Jaindl family purchased the club, it was important to them to keep it as a public space. “It’s literally in their backyard—it backs onto their property and is an extension of their farm and their family legacy,” says Ford. “The family has a long history of giving to their community, and this is no exception.”

With its easy access, completely updated aesthetic, its new dining options, and a level of service you would expect at a place of this caliber, The Club at Twin Lakes is the perfect meeting and networking venue.

Ford says, “The golf club has a bright future ahead of it, with plans to continue to improve the facility and the service level, which guarantees this will be a community hub for years to come.”

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