The Quail is a magnificent par 71, 18-hole championship golf course that has become an Okanagan Valley favourite since the day it first opened. Designed by renowned golf course architect Les Furber and built in 1994, this unique course features dramatic elevation changes and breathtaking views as 6,575 yards of multi-tiered fairways meander around a majestic rock bluff. You’ll need accurate shooting to bring down the Quail Course, and the 522 yard par 5 sixth hole is no exception
An elevated tee box, sets up dramatic scenery on this double dog-leg, par 5. Club selection and accuracy from the tee down to a two tiered fairway will determine if the long hitters can go for the green in two or a lay-up is required on the first dog leg left. The second shot will be a high ball over the trees for those going for the green. The more common lay up route requires enough club to get past the tree line for a direct shot at the green, but not too much to go through the fairway. The green slopes from the back right to the left front, so shots are best placed below the hole when approaching this well bunkered hole.