The 19,000-square-foot clubhouse includes a restaurant and bar, banquet facilities, pro shop, snack room and area underneath for storage and maintenance of 80-plus electric golf carts.

The facility boasts a restaurant and bar that overlook the 18th green and is open year-round. The restaurant is named after the Wilcox twin brothers, Aaron and Moses who were early settlers in the Twinsburg area. It seats 61 people inside, plus 58 on the 3,000-square-foot patio. Aaron and Moses features a fireplace and wide-screen TV sets. Tabletops and the bar top are made from wooden floors salvaged from the now defunct Twinsburg Chrysler Stamping Plant, while other tabletops are made from chalkboards from Twinsburg’s Old School.

Some ceiling lights are custom-made from old stamping plant conveyor belts, and the back of the hostess stand features boiler doors from the Old School.

Adjacent to the restaurant is a banquet hall that can accommodate groups of between 20 and 300 people for wedding receptions, birthday and anniversary parties, business meetings and community events.