Quail Valley Golf Course

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excellent conditions except for greens. had been aerated and sanded but got better as round went on. excellent fairways,rough and tee boxes.

They would play this course again.

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the course was in decent shape, since we haven't had any rain for a couple of weeks now and the temps have been in the upper 90's....however, managment of Quail Valley needs to be more attentive to their player's needs....there was only two places over the course of 18 holes in which to get a drink of water...this time of year, there should be a water cooler every third hole...the cart girl came around only once in the four hours we were there....

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It was an extra hot day. There seem to be no drinking water on the course and we saw the cart girl just once. The course was busy, you think they would be more than one cart girl out.

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The course is in good shape, although it will be better after the aeration of the greens has healed. This is, in general, a narrow course with out of bounds on both sides of many of the holes. There are many water hazards that have to be carried. This course is not for the faint of heart! However, the course can be made less difficult by using some of the more forward tees. We will be back to play again.

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Played the La Quinta Course and the El Dorado Course on back to back days. Both courses were in superb condition! The greens were unblemished and the fairways were lush. The twilight rates start around 2 PM and could be one of the best values in the Houston area. $20 La Quinta and under $30 for El Dorado past 2. The El Dorado course is a few shots tougher than La Quinta and offers some holes with serious challenges. Driving the ball accurately is a must for both courses although La Quinta has a few holes were it is wide open. Many holes have OB right and left where houses sit on both courses. Water is plentiful on both courses. The greens have some undulations to them so make sure you take your time reading your putts. There are some spectacular holes on El Dorado including the Par 5 7th. I've played many of the top public courses in Houston and the surrounding area and El Dorado easily is around the Top 5.

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