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With a commitment to the town and neighborhood, Quail Valley works with city officials and local community organizations to contribute to the social wellbeing of our frequent customers and residents of the surrounding areas. The many clubs, groups and societies are a valuable resource to Quail Valley and the community, so we are proud to support these groups and associations.


The goal is to promote the game of golf and provide a friendly, competitive atmosphere.


Membership to the Quail Valley Men's Golf Association is open to all male golfers, ages 21 and older, with current Amatuer Status per USGA Guidelines.The QV MGA holds one to two events each month that may be for individuals, teams or a random draw. The Quail Valley Men’s Golf Association is scheduled to have 16 different events during the 2023 season. To participate in events, a member must have a GHIN number and established handicap, which is included in the $70 Membership Fee. 

Each QV MGA event entry fee goes towards the hole-in-one pot, which is awarded as pro shop credit when an ace is made.  This amount is accumulated until a hole in one is made.  Credits for a hole in one are capped at $3,000.00. 

The annual fee is per season and includes:

  • Eligibility to play MGA events
  • A USGA handicap


The Quail Valley LGA plays on Wednesday mornings and Saturday afternoons. This fun group of ladies play a variety of formats that promote social engagement through friendly competition. The QV LGA continues to graciously support the First Tee at Quail Valley with the Texas Tee Charity Tournament. If you would like to join, the annual fee is per season and includes:

  • Eligibility to play LGA events
  • A USGA handicap

2023 LGA Tournament Schedule
2022 LGA Championship Results
Click Here to Join The Quail Valley LGA
2022 LGA Policies & Procedures


The Quail Valley SMGA plays on the first and third Thursday of every month - sometimes on the fifth Thursday when there is one. Particiaption is open to anyone ages 50+. There is no upfront membership fee for SMGA. View the 2023 SMGA Tournament Schedule below. "We're the Legends doing it our way"


The Silver Swingers of Quail Valley is open to men or women golfers 55+.  They play the second Tuesday of each month.  This is a couples event with a scramble format.  You can sign up as a couple, or as an individual player, and be paired up with a partner.  There are no membership dues.
To get to know their fellow golfers, they have an optional dinner the night of each event.

Inquire in the Golf Shop for more information





Founded in 1991, Quail Valley Proud is a non-profit neighborhood association staffed by resident volunteers who pursue various beautification projects in the neighborhood and host several community events throughout the year. For more information, visit


The largest HOA in Missouri City, TX, that works to improve the overall quality of life in Quail Valley through economical services, maintaining attractive entrances and common areas. The HOA has been essential to Quail Valley remaining a highly desirable neighborhood in Fort Bend County. For more information, visit


The Quails organization has been in existence for over 50 years in the neighborhood.  It is a ladies social organization, although men are invited also, which meets six times a year in the months of Sept., Oct., Nov., Feb., March, and April.  The cost to join is $35.00, although guests are welcomed.  The Quails meet on the first Thursday of the above mentioned months with the social hour beginning at 10:00am.  The program starts at 11:00 and lunch is served at 12:00 noon.  The cost for lunch and the program is $30.00 per person.  Reservations are required.  A variety of either speakers, musical or dancing entertainment is scheduled for each month.  Membership in the Quails is open to all residents of Missouri City and the surrounding communities.

The Quail Valley Quails will meet on Thursday, February 2, 2023 at 10:00am in the Magnolia Room of the City Centre.  The guest speaker will be Dr. Paul Schultz, Neurologist with UT Health.  He will speak on the signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's and Dementia and talk about the latest breakthrough in drugs that may be showing some signs of slowing the progression of the disease.  Reservations are required since lunch will be served at noon.  There will be a Mardi Gras theme this month.  For more information or to make a reservation, send your inquiry to  by January 29th.

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