Quail Run GC #6Quail Run Golf Course

Quail Run Golf Course
16725 Northridge
La Pine, Oregon 97739
Deschutes County

Phone(s): (541) 536-1303, (800) 895-4653
Fax: (541) 536-1076
Website: golfquailrun.com


With 4 sets of tees ranging from 5400 yards to over 7000 yards for 18 holes, white sand traps, ponds, and tree lined fairways, Quail Run provides a challenge for all levels of golfers.

Very well maintained course with beautiful views of mountains. Fairways and greens are well bunkered and water comes into play on 3 holes.

With some of the lowest green fees in the area it is easily Central Oregon’s best buy.

Quail Run’s full service golf shop, great practice facility and attractive snak bar provides a friendly atmosphere for all types of golf outings.

Quail Run Golf Course
3 stars out of 5 (based on 12 reviews)
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Golf course details

  • Holes: 18
  • Designed by: Jim Ramey
  • Public/Private: Public
  • Year opened: 1991
  • Golf Season: Seasonal
  • Guest Policy: Open
  • Tee times welcomed: Yes
  • Fairways:
  • Greens:

Facilities

  • Pro in house: Yes
  • Driving range: Yes
  • Rental clubs: Yes
  • Rental carts: Yes

Green fees price ranges

  • Week days: $42 - $55
  • Weekends: $42 - $55

Course policies

  • Metal spikes allowed:
  • Dress code:
  • Credit cards accepted:

Length, slope and rating for each tee

N/A

Reader Ratings / Reviews

  • Quail Run Golf Course
    4 stars out of 5
    by Jaycee
    on September 26th, 2016 22:24
    Played on a Saturday afternoon in late September. All staff were very helpful and courteous. Course was in fabulous condition with greens that were fast and true. The course provides plenty of tee options so you can pick the best length to suit your skill level. The course is challenging but not unfair, and even if you miss the fairway you will most likely find your ball and be able to get it back in play.
    The only issue we had was getting stuck behind 2 5 balls (we are from the UK and a 5 ball is unheard of). However, we had arrived at the course well ahead of our tee time and the staff had managed to get us out about 1 hour ahead of schedule, so probably would have been less of an issue if we had stuck to our original time. We were a 2 ball and walking so we just paced ourselves and enjoyed the course, the wonderful weather (sunny and cloudless skies), and amazing scenery.
    This course is a hidden gem and is excellent value. If I vacation in Central Oregon again, I will definitely play the course again.
  • Quail Run Golf Course
    1 stars out of 5
    by No name
    on March 09th, 2015 19:24
    The staff treat you like crap and are disrespectful. I would not recommend going there
  • Quail Run Golf Course
    5 stars out of 5
    by William F. Boyd
    on March 02nd, 2015 11:04
    Well I guess you can't make every one happy all the time. But I believe Todd treats people fair.
  • Quail Run Golf Course
    1 stars out of 5
    by Cody f
    on July 12th, 2014 23:54
    Staff was quite rude. Not customer focused at all. appeared only to care about getting their money and volume of people through. No consideration for the experience we had.
  • Quail Run Golf Course
    2.5 stars out of 5
    by jerimiah
    on June 19th, 2014 23:50
    Decent course layout. Fairway and green conditions were ok, but nothing special. Ranger was a joke. He told us (while he was sporting his blue jeans) we needed to speed up the pace on hole 5 because we weren't keeping up with the group in front of us (I think we were the only ones walking the course, everyone else had carts). When we got to 6 tee we waited 5 minutes. when we got to 7 tee there was a group on the green, a group in the fairway a group waiting to tee off and then us, "in the hole". one of our players was a 2 handicap and needed to wait on the tee as he carries his tee shots 270 yds. I guess the ranger doesn't want quality golfers at his course. we won't be back.
  • Quail Run Golf Course
    4 stars out of 5
    by CJ
    on August 07th, 2011 10:06
    What a nice surprise to find this golf course at a reasonable rate and in great condition. It had a fun layout for all handicaps.
  • Quail Run Golf Course
    4 stars out of 5
    by James
    on April 08th, 2011 09:47
    As a central Oregon resident I offer this. Quail Run is a phenomenal golf course at a value price. The maintenance is excellent. The greens are receptive, they will actually hold your approach shot. There is very little wind here as compared to Tetherow and Juniper.

    Quail Run is a true golf course. There are no houses lining the fairways. So enjoy the views and play the 17th from the back tees!! Overall rating: 4.1

    As for slow play, it is epidemic in Central Oregon on every public course. Expect a 4:45 to 5 hour round or play very early in the morning or during the heat of the afternoon for faster play. I encourage you to call the clubhouse often during any round that is longer than 4 hours and report slow play. Central Oregon is filled with retired people and vacationing families. They play slow golf. The course doesn't want to hassle people for fear they won't come back. Call the clubhouse.
  • Quail Run Golf Course
    4 stars out of 5
    by Nathan
    on February 02nd, 2011 11:58
    I just wanted to say thank you to the quail run golf course staff. We had a great day golfing. Course was beautiful and staff was excellent. Couldn't have asked for a more satisfying experience. Cant wait to come back.
  • Quail Run Golf Course
    4.5 stars out of 5
    by anonymous golfer.
    on February 02nd, 2011 11:55
    I had the pleasure of golfing at Quail Run and had an outstanding day. The employees were very friendly and professional. All services were outstanding. The course is very well maintained and beautiful. It is quite the diamond in the rough. Couldn't ask for a better day out on the course.
    Thanks again Quail Run team. We'll see you soon.
  • Quail Run Golf Course
    1 stars out of 5
    by Anonymous Golfer
    on September 13th, 2010 10:41
    Horrible experience. We asked and were granted permissiont to play a 5'some and were told we have to KEEP pace. We then proceeded to wait between 5-10 minutes on every tee box.

    The greens were just aerated and the ball was bouncing left, right, and into the air making it impossible to put.

    Todd Sickles, the PRO, is about as mature and professional as a middle school kid throwing a tantrum and accused our group of "lying" about the pace of the play and course condition. After over 1 hour and fifteen minutes we were stuck waiting on the 5th Tee for the group ahead of us to Tee off. I find it difficult to understand how Todd could justify this accusation. Perhaps you should talk to the 3 some in front of us and verify our account. They were quite nice.

    He also accused of mistreating his "Gal" at the snack bar. I believe the extent of our conversation went something like "Is there water jugs on the course, or do we need to take water bottles". I'm not seeing the mistreatment.

    I find it funny that Todd also had a bit of a snap in the before our round at two gentleman in another group who had showed up just a minute late for their T-Time and the proceeded to snap at the 5th member of our group for "making things so complicated" when he tried to...pay....for his golf cart.

    Tip of the Hat to Todd Sickles, you acted with very little class to an otherwise laid back group who didn't want to spend 6.5 hours on a golf course with aerated greens and greatly exaggerated the behavior of our party to fit your own perception.

    Needless to say, we are not going back. That is of course because Todd has informed us that we are never welcome back at the golf course and that he "has all our names". Stay Classy Quail Run.
  • Quail Run Golf Course
    1 stars out of 5
    by Todd
    on August 23rd, 2010 13:23
    All though the course is decent, the staff treated us like 3rd graders since they knew we were part of a bachelor party. The marshal was pushing us to go faster from the 3rd hole on. We had called ahead to set things up and were told that they weren't that busy. With the day being nice, I understand getting more customers, but they were packing groups in like sardines. We were also accused of cart abuse, but not sure how we could have got away with it, with the marshal pushing us every hole. Also, what the locals say, goes. Worst round of golf ever. Never had this happen before, and most of our group golf often together at various nice courses. No one we know will ever golf Quail Run after that experience.
  • Quail Run Golf Course
    4.5 stars out of 5
    by Curtice Martin
    on July 24th, 2010 13:46
    Outstanding golf course for all skill levels. Best maintained course in central oregon! A must play for anyone living or vacationing in central oregon!
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