Quail Run Golf Course
|Blue M: 72.7/136||422||186||382||504||416||525||429||160||464||3488||180||393||510||350||200||388||395||542||451||3409||6897|
|White M: 70.0/125 W: 75.9/142||399||167||349||471||388||504||407||136||433||3254||158||385||473||329||138||365||381||468||402||3099||6353|
|Gold M: 68.6/124 W: 74.5/138||379||146||342||463||383||495||401||130||409||3148||146||361||455||312||119||362||375||450||392||2972||6120|
|Red M: 65.2/113 W: 70.6/127||340||106||307||429||312||465||359||120||377||2815||120||316||421||271||89||316||301||420||353||2607||5422|
This course is really good and a very good value. A true test for your game and you will get to use a lot of your clubs. There are no adjoining fairways so club down if you need to keep em straight. Otherwise punch out if you can find it. Play provisional balls liberally. Enjoy the views. If you are more than 6 handicap, forget about the tips.
Challenging but fair
Only go to play 9 holes due to extreme heat that day, but course was in very good shape and was extremely
fair to play, but had some challenging holes.Would recommend course for anyone to play.
Worth the drive
Quail Run is a good lay-out with a good variety of holes. A good test of your golfing skills. Has some longer par 4s, some water, and mostly wooded fairways. Beautiful views on many holes of various mountain peaks of Central Oregon. Greens fees are quite reasonable compared to other courses in Central Oregon. It's located about 15 miles south of Sunriver so it may seem little out-of-the-way but it is certainly worth the drive.