Quail Ridge Golf Course

Quail Ridge Golf Course, Sanford, NC in Pinehurst Golf Area


Quail Ridge Golf Course, 5634 Quail Ridge Dr.,  Sanford, NC  27332

Tour 18 Holes 

Click on the label at the left to take a complete 18 hole course tour. Each hole includes a photo from each tee and an a view of each green.
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Directions from Raleigh

Take I-440 east to US1 South exit toward Cary. Follow US1 South (By-Pass) through Sanford. Quail Ridge is  5 miles on the right, and about 2 miles past the traffic light at Tramway.

Directions from Greensboro



Take 421 south towards Sanford and exit onto US1 South as you approach Sanford city limits. Travel 5 miles and Quail Ridge will be on your right, about 2 miles past the traffic light at Tramway.

Green Fees

$22 - Mon thru Fri.; $28 -Fri thru Sun & holidays, cart included

Tee Times 919-776-6623
General Policies Proper golf attire such as collared shirts & tailored short (no denim) preferred. Non-metal (soft) spikes are required.
Facilities Pro shop, grill room, snack bar, and locker room.


The practice are includes a large putting green, chipping practice, and full length range.

Statistics Rating/Slope

Blue 6875 yards 73.6/129    White 6295 yards: (men) 70.6/124; (women) 77.1/135   Gold 5562:  (men) 67.2/118; (women) 72.7/125   Red  5280  (men) 65.9/115;  (women) 71.0/119    


David Bryant, General Manager   

Ellis Maples - Architect  (1967)

Quail Ridge Golf Course, Sanford, NC in Pinehurst Golf Area

CommentsQuail Ridge has for many years been a popular course in the Sandhills region. This is another wonderful Ellis Maples design among his many in North Carolina, and may be one of his best, allowing for a variety of approaches to greens that are produce good rolls but tests your putting ability.  Quail Ridge boasts a rich history of tournament play and has been long recognized as a challenging but playable course, and can be walked easily.  With new ownership in 2004, the course is being restored to its original luster and beauty.  A new irrigation system waters now lush fairways and well-groomed greens. The revival of this course, along with affordable prices, will bring golfers back in large numbers. Play it now while the word is still getting out and tee times are still available.  A membership here might be the best deal in the entire state right now. 

Placed on-line 8/3/04
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