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  • Writer's pictureJosh Baucom

Fairways to Mastery: Quincy's Guide to the Best Golf Lesson Venues

Exploring the fairways of Quincy, IL, and its surroundings unveils a collection of golf courses each with its own charm and challenge. Here's a blog post on local golf courses where I can meet clients for golf lessons, including a brief overview of each course:

Westview Golf Course

Westview Golf Course, maintained by Quincy Park District, offers 27 holes that provide variety and challenge for golfers of all skill levels. It's a public course that prides itself on its accessibility and quality, making it a fantastic location for golf lessons​​.

Arrowhead Heights Golf Course

Located just 20 miles from Quincy, Arrowhead Heights Golf Course features a mix of wide open and narrow tree-lined fairways, complemented by scenic views and water hazards. Its 18 holes promise both enjoyment and a test for golfers of any skill​​.

Cedar Crest Country Club

This semi-private club in Quincy boasts a 9-hole course that offers two sets of tees for different skill levels, with the course sprawling across beautifully manicured greens and fairways. It's a serene spot for honing your game​​.

Quincy Country Club

A private establishment, Quincy Country Club is steeped in history since its opening in 1898. The 18-hole course, designed by D.A. Weibring, offers a par of 70 across bent grass, providing a refined golfing experience​​.

Knights of Columbus Golf Course

A public, par-3 course that is both affordable and challenging, making it perfect for beginners or those looking to improve their short game. Open from April through September, it offers a friendly atmosphere and helpful staff​​.

Deer Run Golf Course

Nestled in Hamilton, IL, this 18-hole, par 72 course stretches over 6000 yards, offering a championship golfing experience. With a rich natural landscape and well-established wildlife, Deer Run presents an inviting environment for golfers of all levels​​.

Each of these courses offers something unique, whether you're a seasoned player or just starting out. They're all fantastic venues for taking golf lessons and improving your game, with beautiful landscapes to enjoy along the way.


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