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2880 La Quinta Dr
Missouri City, TX  77459-3147
United States
P: (281) 403-5910
F: (281) 403-5908
www.golfquailvalley.com
La Quinta Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

72 par | 6,816 yards | 130 slope

72.3 rating | Bermuda grass


La Quinta Golf Course


The 18-hole "La Quinta" course at the Quail Valley Golf Course facility in Missouri City, Texas features 6,816 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.3 and it has a slope rating of 130 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Jack Miller, the La Quinta golf course opened in 1970. Tyson Stittleburg manages the course as the General Manager.

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La Quinta at Quail Valley Golf Course
Missouri City, TX
18 Hole Time Cart Included HOT DEAL - Prepaid Time
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$20.00 / player
La Quinta at Quail Valley Golf Course
Missouri City, TX
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$50.00 / player
La Quinta at Quail Valley Golf Course
Missouri City, TX
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$29.50 / player
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Reviewed May 05, 2011

According to their website, the clubhouse is scheduled to get a much-needed upgrade (as in demolish and build new), but it was adequate in an early-1980s sort of way. Staff was friendly, lunch and beverage prices weren't bad, and check-in experience was good. Marshall passed by 3-4 times during our 4-hour round, cart gal came by once, and there was an ice chest with fresh ice and cold water at the turn. At the time of this review, Texas is in the grip of a severe drought and it looks like the maintenance team is having to do a LOT of watering. Fairways, greens and tee boxes were all in good shape, but just off the fairway there were inch-wide cracks in the ground. Other areas had small pools of standing water and mud. Overall, this is a good and challenging course with water in some surprising and somewhat hidden places. Homes are not too close to the fairway in most cases and some holes have some really severe dog legs. Price was high, considering the "average" quality ($38 for week-day, 1pm tee time). Given other nicer courses in the area at/below $30 per round, I probably won't be back unless the price drops $10-12. While El Dorado is a better course at this golf club, the $48 price point for a week-day afternoon tee time is crazy in my opinion.

Reviewed December 22, 2010

Reviewed December 03, 2008

Alot must have changed since the person that wrote before me has played this course. The Eldorado course is being renovated right now and won't be open until this time next year however the laquinta course is open and ready for play. There is definately some work being done in certain areas but not to where it affects your game. Considering it was $35.99 including a cart I think they are asking a more than fair price for this challenging course. I would rather play here than greatwood without even looking at the price and greatwood is close to $60. They seem to be coming along way since the city has taken it over and they are moving pretty quickly it seems to me in rebuilding it's luster.

Reviewed December 27, 2007

Sand traps do not have sand that is hitable. The greens were all sand at this time of year -- no possible way to read any putt. The course is in need of money being spent to bring it up to an enjoyable standard. Since it was a comp round, I guess free was OK. However, as a country club and paying members, I would not be a member at any price until it is corrected. The green on the 16th hole is a postage stamp, flat with no character. The hole was a par 5, but some one built 3 townhouses on part of the hole and they reduced it to a par 4. The 18th hole has been changed from par 4 to par 3 since the bridge to get to the tee boxes is in serious need of repair. They simply put the tee boxes across the creek in the previous fairway -- what a crappy way to finish the round.

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  • Latest Scores
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Mark H. 10 78 68 12/20/10
2 WENDELL M. 16 84 68 10/26/10
3 Jonathan E. 5 73 68 08/02/12
4 Larry S. 27 97 70 05/08/10
5 Ronald B. 16 87 71 10/21/09
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
14 Steve M. N/A 87 87 05/05/13

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About Quail Valley, La Quinta

Quail Valley Golf Course

Community facility

25 tees driving range

36 regulation holes

Awards at Quail Valley, La Quinta

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Course Staff

Tyson Stittleburg, General Manager
Graham Brannon, Golf Professional
Cale Schrock, Superintendent
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