Quaker Creek Golf Course
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|Blue M: 71.6/131||525||393||167||354||316||341||378||166||526||3166||404||156||537||348||389||195||432||414||513||3388||6554|
|White M: 69.4/124 W: 75.0/134||500||375||135||331||304||330||358||146||500||2979||396||120||511||294||356||171||395||393||494||3130||6109|
|Gold M: 66.5/112 W: 71.0/125||450||327||123||312||257||300||290||136||381||2576||373||96||474||269||330||149||362||343||440||2836||5412|
|Red W: 67.8/115||421||309||110||246||233||270||275||116||364||2344||349||70||386||231||290||133||278||287||408||2432||4776|
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Good course in great shape
Would change a few things, but overall Quaker Creek is a good place to play. Great weekday value for seniors. I consider QC my home course.
Rude and Uncivilized Staff
The desk attendant was the rudest I can remember in a long time. Signs posted require social distancing, but desk charges extra $10 for the cart. I was told that if I didn't like it, there were plenty of other courses and I didn't have to stay....on a prepaid hot deal. Cigarette smoke was a problem too. This course barely merits three stars when customers are treated appropriately. But like he said, there are plenty of other courses!
Super Condition Course and layout - Great Value
Played this course for the second time in a month. The course is in great condition except for the bunkers (local rule is free drop). The course is long (especially from the back tees) and the greens are small. For the money, this is an amazing value. Enjoy!
course was in great shape greens and fairways, greens were very challenging , course is pretty wide open
definitely will put it into our regular rotation
Take Covid Seriously
I love your course but I cannot go back until we are past covid. It was obvious that many people there were not taking it seriously. Two people in a cart. Large group s on the back porch gathering after their round, not cool.
They need to take the Coronavirus-19 seriously
The staff made little effort to comply with the separation control policies that should be in place during the current pandemic. The golfers made even less effort. Of all the places I have played in the last 1-1/2 months, ALL of them have rules that only 1 person per cart (even family members), that the carts are cleaned prior to being giving to a player and the building (pro shop) used be closed.
I paid for my round through GolfNow so when I arrived, I had minimal contact with the pro shop, though it was open for me to enter. When getting my cart, I was given a cloth rag and and spray bottle from a golfer that had just cleaned his cart. Who knows what that spay solution was. The staff member took the two items with a "this is a stupid step" kind of look at me. I drove the cart to my car and re-cleaned it with my own cleaning wipes.
The course is tight, so you can see other players around. Many were carts were loaded the 2 players and many players had no thought of social distancing.
The last point of non-compliance was the crowded deck outside the pro shop. I love to have a drink after a round but seeing 20 or so people on a 500 square foot deck is, at this time, not good.
There are many courses around the area that take this coronavirus seriously, go to those places and not here.
NOT doing much to keep golfers healthy!
WARNING: This course does NOT have measures in place to limit or prevent the spread of COVID19. The range is still open with no sanitizing of balls, flags are still on the practice putting green, and golfers are still pulling pins on the course. When I asked if the carts had been sanitized, I was greeted with a scowl and got a cursory wipe down of the seat and steering wheel, when I requested that the hand rails be wiped the guy looked at me like I had asked him to lick my shoes. (I sanitized the cart myself with my own Clorox wipes!). Ball washers have not been covered, and the back deck is open for people to sit around tables and have a drink after their round. The only measures I could see that they might have taken is that there were no rakes by the traps, but judging from everything else, someone probably just forgot to put them out this morning.
As for the course itself, I played 18 riding in just over 3 hours, so pace was good, although I did have to wait periodically for the twosome of hackers in front of me, and they for the foursome in front of them. The fairways are starting to green up and in relatively good stay, and the greens are in good shape, although a bit bumpy from having been recently punched. However, the fringe around many of the greens was bare And in some places just hard packed dirt.
I’ve played here in the past and been more impressed. Won’t be back until the pandemic is over. Scary!
Quaker Creek-not so good
We were disappointed in the course condition. The greens had all been punched and way over sanded. The front 9 were the only holes open....all of this was new news when we checked in.
It’s a fairly nice layout but the course was still pretty wet and the fairways haven’t grown in yet.
We made the best of it considering the Covid 19 circumstances.
Good track. Don’t play mid morning on weekends. You will find yourself behind “Chesters” group. They seem to be decent group of golfers but they take to long to play. Anyways, the course is a nice sister course of the challenge and it’s a fun track. I recommend it to anyone.
Due to Covid it has been packed ,like every course. The first time I played they where not taking Covid seriously. But when I came back it was much better people where keeping 6ft apart
The reviews give this course a 4 star rating...... very hard to believe. Just an old goat track in my opinion. Good place if you want to go out there and knock a ball around but then again you could do that at a driving range with probably a much nicer practice green than any of the 18 greens they had on this course. No great scenic views on this course. Course club house is a single wide trailer.