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900 Teeter Rd
Littlestown, PA  17340
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Quail Valley Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 7,042 yards | 123 slope

72.9 rating | Rye grass

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Quail Valley Golf Course

The 18-hole "Quail Valley" course at the Quail Valley Golf Club facility in Littlestown, Pennsylvania features 7,042 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.9 and it has a slope rating of 123 on Rye grass. Designed by Paul Hicks, the Quail Valley golf course opened in 1993. Scott Keller manages the course as the Co-Owner.


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Reviewed August 31, 2010

i disagree with the previous comment regarding poor maintenance. of course, like any other golf course in the mid atlantic region, maintenance gets tough during the summer and during times of drought, but i've been playing quail valley for about 7 years, and every time i've been there the course is in good shape... especially the greens.

if you want faster greens, it seems that at any given time quail has generally faster and truer greens than many courses in the area. in addition to fast they are also on the harder side usually, which makes things difficult. despite the difficulty however, the course is fair (not many "target" shots or forced carries). i think the difficulty gives the course much of its character. it is for this reason that i recommend playing from the 'blue' set of tees unless you're a senior, junior, lady, or beginner. you get to see a bit more of the course from the blues and the white tees are pretty short as they often move them forward on weekends. if you are a 12 or lower handicap, try playing the tips. often times the course plays shorter than the yardage because you get a lot of long rolls from the fairways.

overall- a GREAT value for a challenging, scenic golf course with consistent maintenance.

Reviewed August 08, 2008

Can't beat it for the price. A must play when in the area!

Reviewed June 26, 2008

Reviewed June 24, 2008

Reviewed June 09, 2008

A very pretty golf course. Very challenging as the fairways are narrow. The island green adds an extra bonus. Maintenance is very bad - tee boxes are filled with divots and dead cut grass is in most of the rough. Fairways have drainage problems - many areas of mud. However the greens and sand traps are very nicely kept. Definitly worth it if you go after 3.

Reviewed February 09, 2008

Course Played well in Feb 08, looks like it will be in excellent shape for spring, some hole improvements under way. It is a long course to walk.

Reviewed September 24, 2007

8/23/07 Bring all 14 of your clubs and prepare to play every one of them. If there are any that weren't used, you did something wrong. A great course, a great value, a very friendly staff, & the memory of my Ace on #7 which will always be with me for the rest of my life. I couldn't have asked for more. Play it, its worth it !!!

Reviewed September 03, 2007

Reviewed June 12, 2007

Greg- Greencastle

This is a great course all around...fairways and greens in ideal condition as of 6-12-07. I really liked the contrast in holes...from tree lined fairways on the front to open holes on the back. Strategic shots are in order...especially off the tee on a couple of front nine holes. There seems to be some great surprises ahead of you...keep track of the diagrams on the scorecard. I thought the greens were somewhat quick...but not overly fast or unfair. This course is as close to a resort course as I can imagine. The island green on number 13 was fun!!! Along with nearby Flatbush...this made an outstanding day of golf. This is one of the best courses in the area...a must do!

Reviewed March 08, 2007

Hard to beat for value, lots of kick for the $

To me greens are the most important factor in rating a golf course and this gem has great greens--firm, fast, fair. QV was built for all to enjoy, a good player can find tees to challenge him\her, as can the less consumed player. Most drives, but not all, are to generous landing areas. The island green 3 par is a nice touch, but I particularly like the 5 pars (they come in all shapes and sizes, with water in play on all 4 of them, although the water can be avoided by the less daring). Finally, the ownership (a couple of 30ish fellows) really seems to want everyone to enjoy their time at QV. Go, enjoy!

Reviewed December 14, 2006

Quality + Value

I have been telling my fellow golfers of the course and I was able to finally get them to see for themsevles. At the end of the day they told that they wished I had told them earlier. We played in Dec 06 and practically had the course to ourselves. It's a shame more don't try it. The course was (is) in great shape. We played from the white tees and after showing them where the golf tees were they agreed it was more of a challenge from the white. We are planning to play again next week. Colyn was another example of the great Pa. courtesy and was very helpful. Next year we definitely will play again. Oh the course? Bring you best putting game. Especially for the 17th par 3. Cheers

Reviewed August 26, 2006

Fast and hard greens

One of the best college player's ever to come from this area compared Quail to a links style course. I didn't get what he meant at first, because the course is a classic American golf type layout. He was referring to the fact that a few of the greens here are best approached by running the ball onto them. The greens are very fast and some are quite hard- but the greens roll very true, and the course is a fair but difficult test. An island green par three (receptive, no need to roll the ball across the pond!) and a couple of other approach shots that must cross water, but no forced carries of any great length. Five sets of tees give you many options according to your ability. A stern test from the tips, but not too nasty from the forward tees. Good putters will love the greens, those favoring slower surfaces will be fustrated if they don't spend some time on the practice green.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Mark V. N/A 60 60 08/11/08
2 Rob S. 16 82 66 09/18/07
3 Chris B. 21 88 67 07/03/17
4 Evan K. 31 100 69 07/15/07
5 Jamie H. 24 93 69 06/15/13
See All
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
8 john D. 4 76 72 10/06/18
3 Chris B. 21 88 67 07/03/17

Golf Course Information

About Quail Valley

Quail Valley Golf Club

Golf Only facility

20 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

Awards at Quail Valley

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Course Staff

Scott Keller, Co-Owner
Nathan Trone, Superintendent