Designed by Tulsa architect Jerry Slack, Quail Ridge opened in 1992. For the past 2 years under the care of course superintendent Jeff Aldrich, Quail Ridge has matured into one of the most celebrated golf courses in the area. Golf Digest has regularly honored Quail Ridge as a 4 1/2 Star course on its “Places to Play” list. Quail Ridge was also honored in Golf Digest as one of the best public golf bargains in the United States. Expect to be treated to a great day of golf when you travel one mile south of Winfield on US 77 to Quail Ridge Golf Course.
Although every hole at Quail Ridge is unique, below are three holes that will challenge your golf skills and could test your math skills as well.
#3, Par 4
The #1 handicap hole on the course. It features water on the left that dissects the fairway at 270-300 yards off the tee. Right is rough, sand, trees, and native grass. The landing area is 25 yards wide. 4 or better could make your round. However, bogey is sometimes a coveted number.
#13, Par 3
A treacherous little hole, in which you must navigate 180-205 yards, crossing water and reaching the deep undulating green protected by sand traps on both sides. With water on the right and out of bounds on the left it is important to be straight.
#18, Par 4
A great finishing hole 350-394yds uphill with native grass on both sides of the fairway. The two tiered green is surrounded by mounds forming a stadium background. It’s hard to get it close from the back.
Blue Tees- 6,826 (73.7/129), White Tees- 6,279 (71.2/124), Red Tees- 5,442 (66.9/116)