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Quail Crossing

Quail Crossing

5 Quail Crossing Dr Boonville, IN 47601-8466 URL:   Course Website

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Quail Crossing Golf Club, winding through Southern Indiana's beautiful rolling wooded countryside offers the discriminating golfer an experience they will not soon forget. Renaissance Golf Design, led by Tom Doak, and known for their minimalist style or lay of the land design, complemented the natural terrain of Quail's 320 acres. Styling the course in imitation of Shinnecock Hills with fairway bunkers framed by bluestem and other prairie grasses which were selected in conjunction with Quail Unlimited provides suitable habitat for the birds after which the course is named. Quail's links style routing is a real treat for golfers who will see an abundance of natural beauty during their 18-hole round.

Course Information for Quail Crossing

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)

Quail Crossing Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Tom Doak
71 par, 6,758 yards
72.3 rating, 126 slope
Real Estate Development facility

Staff: Contact: Mamie Wood, Golf Professional

Food & Beverage Available
Pull Carts
Rental Clubs
Driving Range

Walking Allowed
Softspike Facility
PGA Facility

Boonville, IN

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Quail Crossing 2.7 5 19 19
Good deal Course is still a little rough, but is starting to fill in after the winter. Played front pretty quick, but then they sent groups off the back 9 in front of me. Great deal with hot deal prices. April 25, 2015
Golfing In March Down visiting Parents for a week and wanted to play different courses. Saw this on golf now special and went out to play this course. Is spring so course conditions were what I expected. dead grass fairways, been cold spring here this year dad told me. So we played tee it up fairways 1/8" to simulate grass fairways and had a lot of fun dad and I. Was only 50 degrees out, staff was awesome here. Molly was a delight to talk to at the golf counter. Not a hard course or very long. Front 9 is better and more fun and challenging than the back side here. Par 3's are not long at all here. Shot from the White's holing out a 76 here. is Par 71 only which is okay for me. Favorite hole is hole 9 with two water hazards. Very wide fairways to me. March 25, 2015
Great course and staff despite some rough patches Overall condition of course is good. They lost a few greens and some deadspots on the fairways due to the bad winter we had. Still very playable, we just used preferred lie. Challenging and fun, plays long and has some tight spots. Will definitely go again! September 25, 2014
Quail crossing Do not recommend. Course is in terrible condition. Back 9 a little better but not much. September 11, 2014
This course is in poor condition All parts, fairways, greens, and bunkers, ar in poor condition July 28, 2014
The course is in terrible shape! Very disappointed in the overall condition of the course. The excuse was the bad winter for the fairways but the greens were terrible, and it didn't look like they were doing anything about it. The best part of the experience were the carts. I won't be going back even with the discounted rate. It is a shame because the layout is great. July 11, 2014
Beautiful, but The course is one of the finest in the region. It has everything you could want, but the conditions are currently less than expected. The course went through a tough winter, and fairway recovery is about 3 weeks from being complete. The fairways were mowed for the first time last week. The greens are amazing, rough difficult and the scenery is fantastic. I plan on returning in a month or so, and they are 100 miles from my home. It is still worth the trip. Check this place out, and be amazed. July 3, 2014
Course is in rough shape This is the 2nd time I've played Quail Crossing this year and the course was better, but still nowhere near the condition I remember from years past. The fairways were in "fair" condition at best. The sand traps have grass growing in them! After playing it the 1st time earlier this year, I said I wouldn't return due to the conditions but being that it is so close to my house, I decided to give them a second chance. The only reason I did was because it was a "hot deal" on Golf Now for $30. I will return in a couple months and see if it is any better. I understand the winter was brutal but there are better courses in the Evansville area in way better shape, and cheaper. July 1, 2014
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