Colockum Ridge Golf Course
Formerly known as Quincy Valley Golf Course.
|White (W)||73||5751 yards||72.5||118|
|Red (W)||73||5208 yards||69.6||113|
|Blue M: 68.3/111||424||486||171||277||156||274||381||420||511||3100||484||355||113||292||127||438||403||496||294||3002||6102|
|White M: 66.7/108 W: 72.5/118||413||378||164||270||145||265||339||410||502||2886||475||344||97||281||114||415||363||488||288||2865||5751|
|Red M: 64.2/102 W: 69.6/113||389||349||157||222||139||254||276||347||445||2578||432||302||81||258||102||398||346||432||279||2630||5208|
Food & BeverageRestaurant
Available FacilitiesRV Camping
A pleasant surprise in Quincy, WA.
This is a nice little golf course in central Washington state. I enjoyed the golf course and the staff when I was there. I played the front nine with a local couple and the back nine with a couple from Spokane and both couples were fun to play golf with. The course is fairly short, and there are four holes (two are par threes) crammed together in the western neck of the golf course with number 16, the last hole in the series, containing an in course out of bounds. The greens were medium speed, not too large and tended to slope away if you weren't in the middle of them. They made good targets. There is a little bit of water on the golf course and some bunkers, but all of the trouble is easy to avoid, even for a hack like me. I would say this course is a VERY GOOD value for the money. It is also nearly flat and easily walkable if that is your preference.