Around 1920, some employees of the Otis Elevator and Electric Wheel Company received permission from the Wattman family to use the cow pasture on 30th Street across from Electric Wheel as a practice field for golf. They later were given permission to build three greens guarded by a barbed wire fence to keep out cows. By playing the holes three times, a nine-hole course was formed. As more people became interested in golf, a club was formed, a lease was obtained for 42 acres of land and the first by-laws were adopted on Aug. 24, 1922. Cedar Crest was incorporated on April 9, 1930.
After the Great Depression, Moorman Manufacturing Company bought the land housing the golf course and leased it to Cedar Crest. As Moorman's began to grow and needed more space for its facilities, the club was twice force to move. For the second move in 1968, the company built a clubhouse for Cedar Crest at the corner of 36th and Katherine Road. In 1975, club members voted to buy the current 68 acres on North 36th street about a mile and a half north of 36th and Katherine Road. Most of the work in building the 5,789-yard course was done by club members. The course and clubhouse opened Feb. 1, 1979.
First year membership fee reduced
Cart Rental available
Reciprocal agreements with other courses
Access to all social events
Clubhouse use for events
Friendly and relaxing atmosphere
or join us as a member for unlimited golf
We have no tee times, members can play as often and as long as they want, when they want, as long as tournaments or other special events are not scheduled.
The course is a 9-hole, semi-private golf club in Quincy, Ill. The first 9 set of tees plays 2,815 yards with a Par 35. The second 9 set of tees plays 3,054 yards and is a Par of 36 with a total yardage of 5,869 yards. Ladies Par is 36. The course rating is Men 67.6, Women 70.0 and Slope 111
Whether it's your way of working out stress, enjoying a day with friends or completing a business deal, we know the importance that a good round of golf can have on your life. And that's why Cedar Crest Country Club takes such pride in providing a friendly and relaxing atmosphere from the moment you arrive until you finish your scorecard.
Come join us. We have meals, social events, fun tournaments and plenty of conversations on the patio.
We also have gaming machines.
Our clubhouse is available for parties, wedding receptions, showers, class reunions, luncheons or other events.
Call the clubhouse for information
Our Board members are:
Mary Kaye Bushmeyer - President
Rich Groves - Vice-President
Peggy Crim - Secretary/Treasurer
You can leave a message at the clubhouse at 217-223-1210 or
email using the form below.