Course Layout

Course Rating

Slope

Blue

67.6

122

White

66.4

122

Gold

63.4

113

Gold W

68.4

120

Red

66.8

117

Hole

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Out

Par

4

4

4

3

4

4

3

5

3

35

Blue

401

381

301

167

384

359

185

492

173

3,034

White

386

366

287

154

372

332

160

481

159

2,901

Men's HCP

9

3

17

15

7

5

11

1

13

 

Women's HCP

1

7

11

17

13

9

5

3

15

 

Gold

327

278

285

130

357

274

130

437

150

2,612

Red

327

278

273

115

303

268

110

437

140

2,437

 

:15

:30

:45

:57

1:12

1:27

1:42

2:00

2:12

 
 

Hole

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

In

Par

4

4

4

3

4

4

3

5

3

35

Blue

401

381

301

167

384

359

185

492

173

3,034

White

386

366

287

154

372

332

160

481

159

2,901

Men's HCP

10

4

18

16

8

6

12

2

14

 

Women's HCP

2

8

12

18

14

10

6

4

16

 

Gold

327

278

285

130

357

274

130

437

150

2,588

Red

327

278

273

115

303

268

110

437

140

2,437

 

:15

:30

:45

:57

1:12

1:27

1:42

2:00

2:12

 

• HOLE DESCRIPTIONS •

Hole 1

A well-placed tee shot in the flat portion of the fairway should leave you with a comfortable approach shot over the creek to the rounded green.

   

Hole 2

Good driving hole! Your tee shot should favor the right side of the fairway to avoid the double bunker to the left of the green.

   

Hole 3

Birdie hole! If you stay on the tree-lined fairway, you will have an easy short iron shot to the green.

   

Hole 4

Our most dramatic hole! Choose the proper club to carry the stream and sand traps in front – but remember the pond to the right.

   

Hole 5

This hole features a sharp dogleg to the left. It's easy to drive too far here and face an approach shot over the large bunker that protects the right side of the green.

   

Hole 6

Your drive is critical to success here. Your tee shot must be long enough to leave a mid to short iron shot to the elevated green. Avoid the steep slopes to the right of the green at all costs.

   

Hole 7

The tee shot to the elevated green is just the first challenge. The elevated bi-level green will test your putting skill. Par is an excellent score here.

   

Hole 8

Many hitters can reach this hole in two, if you brave the water that surrounds three sides of the green.

   

Hole 9

Surrounded by a sparkling lake, this is a spectacular finishing hole. It demands a long carry to a large green which could leave you with a very long putt.

QUAIL POINT PGA FAMILY COURSE  

The PGA Family Course program provides the follwing:

  • Makes golf more enjoyable for players new to the game
  • Establishes a beginner-friendly short course
  • Provides a simple transition as each player's ability increases
  • Enables players of varying abilities to shoot similar scores
  • Encourages parents and kids to come to the course together

Look for the blue or gold PGA tee plates on every hole!

Hole

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

total

Level 1

110 

118

128

45

125

98

103

150

68

945

Level 2

200

245

220

85

240

218

231

326

107

1,872

Par

4

4

4

3

4

4

4

5

3

35