Quail Ridge Country Club
|Forward/Gold (W)||35||2340 yards||33.9||120|
|Black M: 70.5/134||375||362||431||173||379||338||475||347||188||3068||6179|
|White/Blue M: 68.6/128||365||352||380||133||349||330||470||325||178||2882||5756|
|Gold M: 64.0/114 W: 67.8/120||325||233||366||103||261||239||431||269||113||2340||4666|
Available SportsFitness, Tennis
Tougher than I expected
I am new to golf so not a course issue per se but the course has a steep learning curve. Tight with water hazards and bog in many locations it is not a course to go alone without someone who has played it before. The green locations were confusing at times because of some practice locations along the course. Bring extra balls. Very pretty although surroundings somewhat lessened by sounds of dogs barking in the distance due to close by kennel.
5 Loops at Quail Ridge So Far
I have played here 5 times since the beginning of September. Can’t play 18 during the week now since my grandchildren went back to school. I needed to find a 9 hole course for Saturday morning. I found a great one!! Quail Ridge is one of those hidden gem golf courses. It’s a challenging nine holes with a strong slope rating from all the tees. Interesting holes, water on some, forced carries off the tee and bunkers on all of them. Beautiful tees, fairways and greens and an absolutely gorgeous clubhouse. Just up the street from the Rte. 2 rotary in Acton. You need to play here, you’ll love it!!!
It was just ok
Reading the reviews, I thought this place would be worth trekking out of the city to check out. It was just ok. Very friendly starter and pace of play was surprisingly quick. Didn’t love the layout, once you get past the first 3 holes they all feel the same. Short par 4’s that are 3 wood/ short iron. It’s really tight, most holes if you aren’t in the fairway or second cut off the tee, you’re gone. I was a little disappointed by the conditions, greens were beat up, and seemed like no one repaired their ball marks which was a shame. Overall, enjoyable but I would drive 40 mins again to go play it.
Place was great. Course was fun, yet challenging, and in great condition. Would definitely recommend.
I have played here the last two weekends. It’s not an easy course, the slope rating starts at 120. Lots of elevation changes and demands good tee shots. I didn’t play well today, but it’s a great 9 hole course that I will play over and over again. The clubhouse is amazing, as the course was once a private 18 hole course. It’s easy to get to, it’s right off Rte 2 in Acton. More than enough course for anyone. The back tees play to a slope of 134. Great greens, interesting and challenging holes. My autumn course till the snow starts.
New Favorite Nine
This was once an eighteen hole , private golf course. About 10-12 years ago one of the nines was sold off to a condo development. The remaining nine is an up and down test for anyone. The slope ratings are 120, 128 and 134 front to back, so it’s not an easy one. The 7th hole is unique, it must have combined two of the original holes. If you do two loops, on the front nine you play it as a par 5 to a green dog leg left and on the back it’s a straight away par 4 to a different green. The clubhouse is gorgeous and the amenities are top of the line. I don’t usually play just 9 holes but in the autumn I have to squeeze golf in. This place will be my go to place on Saturday or Sunday mornings. Just a beautiful golf course.
Course was in great condition. Pace was great as well. Didn’t feel like we were on top of the group in front of us or holding up the group behind. Paired up with a member who was super friendly and helpful in learning the course.
Don't play after 4pm
9 hole course that doubles as a soccer field after 5pm. Fun layout but Slow pace after the soccer gets going