Quail Run Golf Club in Naples, Florida is a picturesque, private, member-owned club that welcomes tee times from public golfers who book on GolfNow. Over the years the course has become a special favorite of visiting players looking for a fun, affordable, and quicker-paced game that isn't overly tough. Designed by course architect Walter Smith in 1972, this short and sporty shotmaker s layout winds through a couple of golf course communities near the heart of Naples. Members and guests take delight in a layout that provides a nice mix of straightaway and dogleg holes. The par-70 Quail Run Golf Club maxes out at just 5,101 yards. Since players enjoy five teeing options, the shortest of which is 3,685 yards, this is a course that players of all ages and ability levels can handle. It is also fun to walk. Quail Run Golf Club s 35-35 routing features three par 3s and two par 5s on each nine. Adding to the fun, both nines end with a par 3. While several par 4s top out at just 245-270 yards and the four par 5s are really just standard-length par 4s, Quail Run Golf Club is not a pushover. Houses and trees line the narrow fairways and water threatens swings on thirteen holes. Most of the ponds on the course sit beside the fairways and greens, so forced carries are not an overwhelming factor. Nonetheless, you ll need to be able to control your ball flight and hit precise shots to score at Quail Run Golf Club. Although numerous bunkers also dot the fairways and defend the greens, the large putting surfaces make for inviting targets. For the most part the greens don t have any dramatic undulations. They generally roll true but many players report they tend to be a little slow. The next time you are looking for a tee time in Naples, consider Quail Run Golf Club, a sporty, little hidden gem.