Some Quail Valley History
Located in the first master planned community in Fort Bend County, Quail Valley first opened as a private Country Club in 1970. It is in the geographic center of Missouri City and is the social center of this tight-knit town and community on the SW side of Houston.
The Houston Open
Many residents and long-time golfers are often surprised to discover that the former Quail Valley Country Club once hosted the Houston Open in 1973 and 1974. Though it was a different route (combination of holes) than what is available for public play today, the city and Quail Valley are proud of this legacy.
The route for the PGA Event: Holes #1 & #11-18 on El Dorado / Holes #1-3 & #13-18 on La Quinta.
Quail Valley 2.0
Today, Quail Valley is open to the public! With a newly constructed clubhouse and event venue, completed in 2012, the modern building includes a golf shop, The Bluebonnet Grille restaurant and many options for parties or special occasions. It continues to be a welcoming hub for golf, dining and events.
Event & Wedding Venue
The new building is massive and features 25,000 square feet of event space plus a covered patio, porticos and massive green lawn that have become the place for weddings, special events or company outings.
Public Golf Courses / Golf Tee Times
Play 36 holes of golf on two celebrated and distinct golf courses. Renovated in 2009, the El Dorado golf course features a modern layout with rolling terrain that is unexpected for a golf course in the Houston area. The La Quinta golf course is a classic, tree-lined golf course that features generous fairways and elevated greens for a target-style golf experience. Both golf courses host several local and regional tournaments.