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Quailwood Greens Golf Course

Contact Info
11750 E Hwy 69
Dewey, AZ 86327

Phone:
928-772-0130
Basics
Course Type:
0
Number of Holes:
18

Course Notes

Year Built:
1991
Grass Type
Fairways: Fescue
Greens: Bent Grass
Walking Allowed?
Yes
Carts on Path Only?
No
Season:
Open year round

Amenities

Golf Course Amenities
Beer Available
Chipping Area
Full Pro Shop w/Apparel
Practice Facilities
Pullcarts Available
Putting Green
Rental Clubs
Snack Bar
Teaching Pro
Wine Available

Course Stats

Champ
Yardage:
5258
Slope:
109
Rating:
64
Men's
Yardage:
4841
Slope:
102
Rating:
62
Women's
Yardage:
4412
Slope:
104
Rating:
64

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