Built in 1936, Quail Ridge’s 9-hole course was constructed as a Works Progress Administration project, part of the New Deal that was implemented to put Americans back to work during the Great Depression.
In 1999, a handful of community leaders partnered with Baker City on the construction of an additional 9-holes making Quail Ridge Golf Course a true, 18-hole golf course creating a regional destination. Award-winning course architect Bill Robinson designed the second nine holes and the citizens of Baker City funded the expansion.
For over 87 years Quail Ridge has provided outstanding recreational opportunities for community residents and visitors to the region.
Quail Ridge Golf course is owned by Baker City and managed by Anthony Lakes Outdoor Recreation Association (ALORA), a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
To enrich and improve the lives of Baker, Union, Grant, Wallowa, and Umatilla County residents, especially youth, through enhancing local, year-round outdoor recreational opportunities, focusing on stewardship, education, and promotion of outdoor activities, and ensuring that all opportunities/activities are provided in an affordable manner.
Whether you’re a new comer or a familiar face in the area, these links serve as your gateway to exploring some of the offerings in our community. Discover and maximize your local experience, whether you’re just starting out or have been here for a while!
2023 Employment Opportunities
Thanks for your interest in joining the Quail Ridge team! There are no open positions at this time.
However, we always love meeting people who are passionate about golfing and Baker City. If you’d like to introduce yourself, share your background, and send us a resume we can keep on hand for future positions.
If you’re interested in one of the positions listed above, please fill out this application and email it to email@example.com.
Lodging Partner Program
Stay in Baker County and receive 50% off greens fees!
Anyone who can show their proof of stay in Baker County will receive 50% off greens fees during their stay. Make sure to take advantage of this great offer when you travel to Baker County.