Quail Creek Country Club






 

 

 

 

Designed by Bill Howard of Howard, Samis & Davies
1961
3501 Quail Creek Rd., OKC

The Frank Lloyd Wright-influenced Quail Creek Country Club is one of OKC’s best architectural treasures.  Designed by Bill Howard (who, perhaps not surprisingly, was a student of Wright’s), the club opened to great fanfare in 1961 and hosted many national golfing events through the ’70s:

Remodeled in the early 2000s by Elliott + Associates, the clubhouse is light and airy but is also grounded by rich, dark wood embellishments on the walls and ceilings.

Although the building has past the half-century mark, professors at the architecture schools at OU and OSU continue to take their students on tours of the building to study its geometry and exceptional design.

To read more about Bill Howard and his architecture and the Quail Creek Country Club, go here: