Welcome to Quail Crossing
In the spring, the dogwood meadow surrounding the 10th green and the par three 11th is in splendid bloom, the Black Eyed Susans and other wildflowers are a magnificent show during the summer months. Quail’s large sycamore, oak and maple trees serve as a colorful backdrop in the fall for the blue stem, winter wheat, broom sage and other native grasses.
Dramatically carved through an old mining quarry, five of Quail Crossing’s holes are played from abrupt elevation changes. The second shot on the par four 7th hole needs to be strategically placed between high fine fescue covered hills, the par three 8th drops 40 feet from tee to a very narrow 3-club green and the 9th hole tees are placed behind a natural quarry lake. The distinctly different look of this area coupled with the rolling wooded farmland used for Quail’s routing make for a interesting round of golf, you will not become bored with each hole offering a different experience and every club in your bag being used. Careful planning went into the tees at Quail Crossing with four to five boxes every hole. Four sets of tees are set daily affording all caliber of golfers an enjoyable day. A fun yet challenging par 71 with total yardage of 5,081 from the front tees stretching to 6,758 at the tips. Superbly manicured tees, fairways and roughs at Quail are in plush bermuda with large undulating greens in bent grass framed by white silica sand bunkers. Also included at Quail Crossing is the all inclusive practice facility with artificial and bermuda grass tees, four bent grass target greens and a 9,000 square foot bent grass putting green.
Please accept this invitation to Quail Crossing for a day of enjoyment – and don’t forget to “stop and listen to the Quail’s call”.