Glynns Creek Golf Course is Quad Cities golf at its finest, and it can be enjoyed by all - beginners as well as avid golfers.
This championship 18 hole, par-72 course's layout resembles that of the great courses of Scotland, featuring tree-lined watered fairways, rolling hills and grass bunkers. Every hole offers a unique challenge. Located just 15 miles north of Davenport, Iowa within Scott County Park.
You'll also enjoy beautiful countryside and the occasional sight of deer, wild turkey and other wildlife. Glynns Creek offers a fully stocked golf shop, concession area, and large driving range with PGA professionals available for assistance.
Come out and try this superior golfing experience. If you're planning a special occasion or golf tournament, ask for help from the Glynns Creek professional staff.
For more information, call (563) 328-3284.
BEGINNING MONDAY JULY 31st. US 61 Northbound Exit and Scott County Park Road F-41 Southbound Entrance ramps will be closed through the end of September due to road construction work.
While these ramp closures are taking place, you will be detoured around the work zone using the old U.S. 61/Scott County Road F-45 interchange at Eldridge (exit 127). Please plan your visit accordingly.
The latest traveler information is available anytime though the Iowa DOT’s 511 system at
Conservation Department (Full-time) $25.32 to $34.90 per hour plus benefits.
The mission of the workshop is to create birders across Iowa, that contribute knowledge about birds through participation in Citizen Science programs such as Christmas Bird Counts, Great Backyard Bird Counts, Project Feeder Watch, etc. This workshop will be conducted by Kelly McKay (BioEco Research and Monitoring Center), with assistance from Mark Roberts (Clinton County Conservation), Brian Ritter & James Wiebler (Nahant Marsh Ed. Center). Funding for this workshop was provided by the Resource Enhancement and Protection - Conservation Education Program (REAP-CEP).
Session 1: 9:00 am - 10:30 pm ~ "Diurnal Raptors of Iowa" presentation [ Click Title for Full Article ]