Teeing Up at Quail Creek
With 27 holes of championship golf, it’s no wonder that active adults are teeing up at Quail Creek! Golf is one of the many benefits of the retirement lifestyle offered at Quail Creek for you to enjoy. Mix and match from among the three 9-course combinations to create an ideal 18-course run. From beginner to senior to pro, see how residents are teeing up at Quail Creek.
The long-standing competitive play between the Quail Creek Men’s Golf Association and members of the Desert Hills Men’s Club of Green Valley did not take place this year due to COVID-19. Therefore, the Quail Creek Men’s Golf Association organized a similar shootout event for its members only. Two teams of 24 players competed in a 9-hole two-man team best-ball match, a two-man team modified Chapman match and 24 individual 18-hole matches. Although there was only one winning team, the most important result of the event was the camaraderie established between the players. Read more about this event here.
The Quail Creek Ladies Golf Association combined the President’s Cup and their Club Championship this year for a fun-filled three-day flighted Championship. All players, regardless of handicap, were encouraged to play in this event. Within each flight, several places received prizes; however, there was only one overall low gross winner and one overall low net winner. This combined event doubled the participation and provided a wonderful opportunity for players to enjoy golf and connect.
With 122 members participating, the annual Quail Creek Desert Duffers (Quail Creek Men’s 9-Hole Golf Association) Individual Low Net Championship Tournament was a success! There were five flights total, four based on handicap and one flight for Super Seniors, which included golfers over 80 years old. The overall low gross winner and the overall low net winner received prize money along with championship license plates. This group welcomes new members that love the game of golf!
Several Quail Creek homeowners have beat the odds with hole-in-one shots. Congratulations to these acers:
– Bonnie Wilcox shot her third career ace on Coyote four.
– Tom England scored an ace on Quail two.
– George Lamping achieved his first-ever hole-in-one on Coyote eight during the inaugural Quail Creek Men’s Golf Association shootout.
– Tim Phillips shot his second ace on Quail four. Tim’s first hole-in-one was 11 years ago.
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Golf at Quail Creek offers stunning views of the Santa Rita Mountains with enjoyable Southern Arizona weather. To learn more about the championship golf course, new construction homes, amenities, and activities call 888-648-0332 today!