Linking up with Golf

Winding through the high Sonoran desert terrain, with views of the Santa Rita Mountains, Quail Creek’s 27 holes of championship golf create a magnificent centerpiece surrounded by beautiful open spaces. Designed by Ken Kavanaugh, the championship course presents an enjoyable challenge for novices as well as avid golfers. 

The Grill at Quail Creek and Lounge provides an inviting place to enjoy pre-game or post-game meals and libations. There is a fully-stocked pro shop, including the latest fashion in golf wear:

Quail Creek Pro Shop: 520-393-5802

A driving range and putting green are located north of the Madera Clubhouse. Visit the Fees page for information on fees. Purchase tokens at the pro shop. Range balls and baskets must stay in the range area. The ranges close periodically for maintenance and mowing. Check the pro shop for posted signs or schedules.

Tee times and course schedules determine when you can play. View this month’s calendar for each course, and learn how to use the online Chelsea Points Reservation System to reserve your tee times.

Course maintenance sometimes requires temporarily closing portions of the courses. Stay informed about the current status of maintenance schedules and activities.

Rules and policies governing golf on Quail Creek's courses cover specific local course rules, practice-range rules, and the QCPOA's golf policies, including golf carts, disabled access, dress code, pace of play, guest players, kids rules, and more. 

Green Committee members are charged with enhancing golfing satisfaction and enjoyment through long-term recommendations and solutions. The committee's focus is on the condition of the course; policies influencing play; the impact of course condition and appearance on players, property owners and visitors; and problems needing resolution. A pricing subcommittee develops the golf course budget and the annual golf fee structure the Green Committee recommends to the Board. The Committee also works with the Facilities and Grounds Committee to ensure maintenance standards applied to golf areas are consistent with those applied to adjacent common areas. Visitors are welcome at the monthly meetings.

Golf clubs and leagues, approved by QCPOA, offer group fun and competition for all levels of golfers.