With over 300 days of sunshine a year, players enjoy basically year-round play on the Quail Dunes Golf Course. The Quail Dunes Course is a beautiful 18-hole, par 72 course, with yardage ranging from 5,300 to 6,600 yards and four different tee boxes to accommodate all levels of golfers.
Built on 165 acres of land, there are 57 acres of native area throughout the course. Wildlife habitat in this area is home to eagles, hawks, deer, quail, pheasant and coyotes, as well as many others. The Quail Dunes Golf Course was designated as an Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary in 1994.
The Course is home to two distinct nines. The original front 9-hole course designed by Henry Hughs was opened in the early 1920s. In the late 1960s an additional 9 holes designed by Frank Hummel was added, along with a driving range. This traditional golf course features a variety of terrain from tree-lined fairways to rolling hills and challenging greens. It offers scenic views and challenging tee shots from multiple tee boxes.
Golfers looking for a truly challenging experience in a beautiful setting along the South Platte River in Northeastern Colorado need go no further than the Quail Dunes Golf Course. Come find out why Fort Morgan is home to some of the best golf in the northeast corner of Colorado.