The original 18-hole layout opened in 1927 and was designed by renowned golf course architect Tom Bendelow. During World War II the back nine was abandoned due to lack of play. After the Wiese family purchased the course in 1955 the back nine was redesigned to it's current configuration. In 2000 construction began on our Glacial Nine which was designed and built by Bob Lohman.
Quit-Qui-Oc is Menomenee Indian (and a little French) for "land along the crooked river." The name has a long history in the area. Part of the nearby City of Plymouth was once called Quit Qui Oc.
The Glacial Nines' name pays homage to the glacial process that shaped the Kettle Moraine area related to the last advance and retreat of the glacier approximately 30,000 to 13,000 years ago. When playing this nine you will see many features created during the worldwide glaciation but so spectacularly illustrated in this part of North America.
The 18 Hole Course
Blue: yards 6411, rating 71.2, slope 125
White: yards 6111, rating 69.8/75.6, slope 123/130
Gold: yards 5507, rating 66.8/73.5, slope 117/126
Red: yards 5157, rating 70.3, slope 119
The Glacial Nine
Blue: yards 3227, rating 35.0, slope 122
White: yards 3003, rating 33.7, slope 116
Gold: yards 2642, rating 32.4/34.5, slope 111/120
Red: yards 2341, rating 32.9, slope 116