Quail Point Golf Course, is a Semi-Private, 9 hole golf course located in Medford, Oregon.
Quail point first opened for play in 1993. The course was designed by John Fought.
With 75 acres of lush fairways and manicured greens, Quail Point is the public course that feels private and the 9 hole course that feels like an 18 hole course.
Quail Point Golf Course plays to 3,056 yards from the back tees. The course rating is 34.7 and the slope rating is 123. Par for the 9 holes is 35.
Hole 1: A well-placed tee shot in the flat portion of the fairway should leave you with a comfortable approach shot over the creek to the rounded green.
Hole 2: Good driving hole! Your tee shot should favor the right side of the fairway to avoid the double bunker to the left of the green.
Hole 3: Birdie hole! If you stay on the tree-lined fairway, you will have an easy short iron shot to the green.
Hole 4: Our most dramatic hole! Choose the proper club to carry the stream and sand traps in front â€“ but remember the pond to the right.
Hole 5: This hole features a sharp dogleg to the left. It's easy to drive too far here and face an approach shot over the large bunker that protects the right side of the green.
Hole 6: Your drive is critical to success here. Your tee shot must be long enough to leave a mid to short iron shot to the elevated green. Avoid the steep slopes to the right of the green at all costs.
Hole 7: The tee shot through the trees is just the first challenge. The elevated bi-level green will test your putting skill. Par is an excellent score here.
Hole 8: Many hitters can reach this hole in two, if you brave the water that surrounds three sides of the green.
Hole 9: Surrounded by a sparkling lake, this is a spectacular finishing hole. It demands a long carry to a large green which could leave you with a very long putt.
Do Not Recall (cart included), played on Sunday, January 2011 at 6am
Quail Point has THE best greens in the valley. It is also the most well maintained.
Quail is BY FAR the best 9-hole course I have ever played, and I would rather play 18 at quail than most true 18 hole courses.
If anything, I wish they would raise prices to deter non-golfers from selecting it to play for their once a year round. It's manicured like a private club and tbh, I wish it was.