|Address:||5 Quail Crossing Dr, Boonville, IN 47601, USA|
What happened to this once beautiful golf course? It is in need of some major TLC. If the ball does not land in the fairway then good luck finding it because next to the fairway the grass is 4 to 5 inches tall. The sand traps are hard as a rock and they are not maintained at all. I believe it is $52 bucks a person to play 18 on the weekend. The tee boxes were even jacked up. Weeds growing a foot tall on some tee boxes and it was frustrating because a simple mow would have solved the issue. When I walked in a few sand traps I didnt even leave a foot impression. The ground was so hard in the sand boxes that no one would know I was ever there. The rakes have weeds growing over them to the point they are not easily visible until walking on top of them. The wild grass surrounding the bunkers is so thick I had to kick my feet through the grass just to find my ball. On the greens, I could see the dirt trail from where I putted the ball. Crabgrass is also plentiful on every green. Drive the ball off the fairway and it is just easier to take a drop. The rough grass is so deep you have to be over the top of the ball to find it. I literally could not see my ball but tripped over it on the 18th hole. My ball was only 5 foot from the green but about 6 inches off the fairway. Could not see the ball even as I stood over the top of it. The grass was so deep I would have never found my ball had I not tripped over it. I am by no means a pro golfer, but I would not recommend this course to anyone. It is unfortunate too because if properly maintained, this course would be stunning. Save your money and go to McDonald’s, Fendrich, Cambridge, or anywhere but here. If your choice is Par 3 or this place then chose to Par 3 that day. They need to close this place down, fix it, and then reopen it next season.
I dont know that this course has been mowed yet this year....trust what people have written regarding this course. It honestly looked as though someone built a golf course about 10 years ago and then left it. Tee boxes, if thats what you want to call them, were littered with weeks a foot tall in some spots. Bunkers literally had not been raked in ages, there were rakes there, but they were covered and overgrown with weeds. The greens were AWFUL! I literally debated whether or not it was even worth finishing some holes because the greens were so bad, it certainly wasnt worth keeping score. I will never go back. It was kind of sad to see the pictures on their website of what it once was compared to what it is now. This course could be beautiful. The one positive is that I left a head cover out on the course, and the staff let me take a cart back out to look for it. Good customer service in that regard, but the course is in poor shape.
I didnt live in the area for the past 5 years but I heard about the bad conditions. I played here in High school mid 2000s and it was a shame to hear that it was getting a bad rep. I recently played this course when I moved back and I was impressed BIG time with how far it came in such a short time in early 2017! The greens are rolling great, the course is playing so well!! I played in the midst of a drought so the course is playing hard and fast , but the greens are nice and green so they are doing a great job watering them. This place is a little slice of heaven as it always have been, its a great getaway from the chip and putt courses in the area..
After reading the Google Reviews I thought people were being pretty harsh so I thought Id give it a try anyway. Learn from my mistake and TRUST THE REVIEWS!!! This was by far the worst shape Ive ever seen a golf cours. It made me sad for the houses who built on a golf course if thats what you can even call this. Greens were worse than awful, fairways were non existent. Bunkers looked like a cesspool. The course has great potential but they need to bust out some fertilizer and put the 5 teenage kids sitting around to work in order to clean this place up. I will not be going back here any time soon.
I have to completely disagree with Jeanette. Ive seen the manager there multiple times and she is always so sweet and nice to customers as well as her employees. I do have to wonder what kind of aggressive conversation could be taking place in a bathroom opposed to her office? My husband is the golfer more than I am however, when it comes to customer service, that is something I have dealt with for the past 20+ years. We always have a great time when we come here! We hate that Warrior is the current owner, but the staff makes this place somewhere you feel welcome!
This is the worst golf course in the history of southern Indiana. Nobody takes responsibility for this course. I have played this course since it opened. The fairways arent mowed. The ones that are mowed are done wrong. Their greens are bad. Their sand traps are in worse shape than Ive ever seen them. Since warrior golf has taken over its really went down hill. Save your money. Dont play this course until they get it in better shape. Thanks Dennis Rodgers
My wife and I had our wedding ceremony and reception at Quail Crossing! We wanted one venue that had everything, and Quail was the perfect fit for us! The outdoor ceremony space was gorgeous! The reception space was just the right size for us and is versatile enough to meet a brides individual taste! The staff and management are a dream to work with! And the course has so many spectacular places for photos!! We highly recommend this venue!!
The manager can be tough on employees. I went to the bathroom and overheard the speech she laid into employees. Being someone who has worked plenty of jobs like this, it was awkward and I felt bad for them. However, the fairways are, for the most part, great. The greens are way too dry and need to spend some money to get/use sprinklers. I enjoy the presence of a friendly environment and sometimes it can come off the opposite.
Course is coming back but still has 3-4 holes with Green issues. Had a groupon coupon which made these issues easier to swallow. I am happy to see that an effort is being made to get this course back in shape. Fairways were cut and in decent shape. Tee boxes needed mowing and the sand traps now have sand in them. I hope the effort to bring this course back continues.
Quail Crossing has rebounded significantly in the last 12 months. Our greens are now free of disease, weeds, and the goose grass that were such a problem last year. Fairways and bunkers have also come a long way and will only get better as the weather warms up Come out and give Quail another try.
Worst greens I have ever played!!! They will lie and say the greens get better as you play. Almost no green was puttable. I demanded I discount. Dont even try it!! No wonder I could get a good tee time on a holiday weekend, check out my pics of 2 greens!!