Quail Run Golf Course is a Semi-Private, 9 hole golf course located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Quail Run Golf Course first opened for play in 1985. The course was designed by Jack Snyder.
Quail Run Golf Course plays to a 9-hole par of 32 and measures 2466 yards from the longest tees. The course has a slope rating of 108 and a 32 USGA rating.
Quail Run's is an enjoyable course suited for all skill levels. Advanced players will appreciate the precision required on the course's tight layout. Beginner and intermediate players will like the par 3's and generally non-crowded course conditions. Well-bunkered, tree-lined, undulating fairways cut through the native pinyon trees at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Everyone delights in the spectacular scenery, breathtaking views of Northern New Mexico and the outstanding course design. The signature hole is #7, a 522-yard, par 5, which has an out-of-bounds area on the left and a hazard down the entire right-hand side. The greens are plush, but due to the many hidden breaks, can be difficult to read.
This course is visitor-friendly and offers open play during the week. Weekend play, however, is restricted for member use only.
$31 (cart included), played on Sunday, August 2009 at 2pm
Quail Run is a fun little course if time is limited, but not really a good 9-hole course as par is 32. Is a nice track if you just want to hit some balls when driving range has lost its thrill or are a high handicapper.
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