Quail Run Golf Course, is a Semi-Private, 18 hole golf course located in La Pine, Oregon.
Quail Run first opened for play in 1991 as a regulation 9 hole course. The course was designed by Jim Ramey.
In 2000, Golf Digest ranked this original 9 hole course as the second best nine-hole course in the nation. In 2006, an additional nine holes were added making this now a regulation 18-hole golf course.
Quail Run Golf Course plays to 6,892 yards and a par of 72. The course rating is 36.1 and the slope rating is 128. With 4 sets of tees ranging from 5,400 yards to almost 6,900 yards, white sand bunkers, and tree-lined fairways, Quail Run provides enjoyment and challenge for every level of golfer.
$31 (cart not included), played on Tuesday, July 2014 at 10am
Great course. Best bang for your buck. Great views , no homes, well maintained, challenging for all level golfers
(cart included), played on Saturday, July 2014 at 6am
We played this course while on vacation. We have NEVER been treated so poor by the individual running the pro shop and the marshal. Four of us were playing and on hole "ONE" we were told to step it up! The marshal followed us on every hole. We could not even enjoy the game as we felt rushed! I complained to the person in the pro shop. He harshly let us know that the curse was designed to be played in 2 hours and we took 2hrs and 10 min. We had one in our party that is 78. This course does not cater to seniors. We will never play here again and I will use every social media to get the word our! Very upset individual. Mrs. Tipton
$36 (cart included), played on Wednesday, May 2014 at noon
High Desert with great views of the surrounding mountains. Lapine State Park is close and is a great place to stay if you have an RV. It's especially a nice course to play if you want to combine golf with other outdoor activities in the area. The High Desert Museum on up towards Bend is very worthwhile. The greens and fairways are kept up very well. The staff is very friendly. While you won't get gourmet food at the clubhouse, they do make a great hamburger. I look forward to playing the course again and other courses in the area.
$56 (cart included), played on Tuesday, July 2010 at 8am
We travel during winter months to differant areas in Ca & Ar and play an average of three times a week. We try to play differant courses for variety and the challenge they present. I would place Quail Run Golf course at the top. Play the blues for a real challenge for above average golfers or the whites for a competive challenge for average golfers. Quail Run is a must if your in Central Oregon. I would say it is one of the better courses in Central Oregon. The staff goes beyond reproach. Also I can't say enough about the fishing in the same area when not golfing!!!
Member (cart included), played on Wednesday, July 2009 at 6am
I have played all but 4 courses in central Oregon and for the money this is the BEST
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