Quail Creek Desert Duffers

Golf is a game. Have Fun!

Desert Duffers Mission Statement

This mission obviously appeals to many golfers, beginners and low handicappers, because the membership has grown to over 275 and is expected to attract even more in the future. All skill levels are represented. Currently, we tee it up on Tuesdays.

In the fall of 2004, a small group of friends began getting together each week for nine holes of golf. Nothing serious, just to have fun. Word soon spread that this group was having a good time and enjoying the comradeship. People began to ask if they could join the group. It soon became apparent that there was a need for a men’s 9 hole golf group at Quail Creek. The Men’s 9 Hole Golf Association (aka Desert Duffers) was formed.

Join Us

All skill levels are welcome to join the the Quail Creek Desert Duffers Men’s 9-hole golf association. Once your handicap is established you can join in our friendly team competitions on Tuesdays.

  • Get a GHIN number at the Arizonal Golf Association (AGA) at www.azgolf.org. For detailed instructions click HERE.
  • Join the 9-hole Desert Duffers golf club at www.azgolf.org.
  • Pay the $10 Desert Duffers annual dues for membership. This will be added to the annual AGA dues when you enroll or renew.
  • Contact Bill Albert at 520-393-1315 or Bill Drozda at 402-490-5229 for any membership questions.
  • Contact Steve Shapiro at 520-274-4150 with any questions regarding payments.
  • Register as a new member at our GolfGenius portal at quailcreekduffers.golfgenius.com .
  • Get to know the ropes quickly by learning from one of our new-member mentors.
  • Show up at the shotgun staging area and have a fun round!

Why has my handicap changed? You may be wondering why your handicap has fluctuated with the new World Handicap System. We now have all the answers!!! Click on the “Golf” tab on this website, then go down to the section concerning Handicap. You will find the formulas and Index table to let you know what your handicap is at all 3 Quail Creek golf courses. Special thanks to Roger Ederle and Dan Cerny for the information

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