Hole 1
Your round at Quail Run Golf Course begins with a downhill, slight dogleg left par 4, that overlooks most of the course.  The long narrow green slopes gently from back to front.

View From Hole 1

Course Statistics

Tee Yardage Rating Slope Par
Back Tees 3277 32.0 113 36
Middle Tees 3025 32.0 113 36
Forward Tees 2524 32.0 113 36

Green Fees (prices include tax)

Week Days Weekends
& Holidays
9 Holes $12.00 $14.00
18 Holes $16.00 $18.00

Junior Green Fees (ages 8 to 12)

9 Holes $6.00
18 Holes $8.00
Bucket of Balls $6.00

Rental Carts (Must be 16)

9 Holes $10.00
18 Holes $20.00
Trail Fee (if you bring your own cart) $5.00

Hole 2

This par 3 can be challenging with southerly winds, but it has birdie potential with a mid-iron club.  The green slopes slightly towards the pond.

View From Hole 2

Hole 3
Your drive will determine your second shot; a possible awkward stance on this short but challenging roll-a-coaster par 5.  The second or third shot is to a bowl-shaped green.

View From Hole 3

Hole 4
The better golfer can reach this green with a good drive, just be careful of the out-of-bounds on the left or of miss-hitting and getting stuck behind the trees.  For everyone else, with a good tee shot to the bottom of the hill, the second shot will be to an elevated green.

View From Hole 4

Hole 5
The course’s shortest par-4, Hole #5 is a real tease.  With a strong drive, a golfer should have only a short iron approach shot to the green.  The green slopes back to front.

View From Hole 5
Hole 6
Quail Run's signature hole is a challenging par 3 surrounded by water.  Yardage ranges from 140 to 180 for the middle to back tee boxes.  The pond collects a few hundred golf balls a year, so choose your club wisely.

View From Hole 6

Hole 7
The 506 to 539 yard par 5 is straight, but you will need to be careful of trees that hang over the tee box and out of bounds on the left.

View From Hole 7

Hole 8
This par 4 plays longer than it appears.  A straight shot is rewarded with a good look at the frontward sloping green.

View From Hole 8
Hole 9
Saving the hardest hole for last, this par-4 does not have an intimidating tee shot but the dogleg right hole requires an accurate drive to setup your second shot.  The uphill second shot, with a false front to the bowled green, will give all golfers a challenge on judging the correct distance.

View From Hole 9
Quail Run Country Club
29512 285th St, Neola IA 51559