Glynns Creek Golf Course

Glynns Creek Golf Course

Golf ball and hole flag.
The Glynns Creek Golf Course map.

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.

Tee Times

For more information, call (563) 328-3284.


Scott County is accepting online applications for the following position: 

Conservation Department (Seasonal) $9.00 to $11.00 per hour

Application Deadline: Saturday, August 31, 2019, 4:30pm Central Time. (7 days remain)
phot of two children putting
Saturday, August 31, 2019

Man and woman are a 2 person team and play 9 holes in an alternate shot format and scored using a modified stable ford scoring system. The event is flighted by the number of teams signed up each night. Men play from the white tees and women play from the red tees. Cost (subject to change) is $55.00 per couple and includes green fee, cart fee, prizes and a cookout after play. This is intended to be a fun night and beginners are encouraged to participate.

Check out this link for the rest of the season events.  http://www.scottcountyiowa.com/conservation/glynns-creek-golf-course/special-...

September flowers and a hard hat.
Monday, September 2, 2019

Scott County offices will be closed Monday, September 2nd in observation of Labor Day. Have a safe Labor Day weekend.

program flyer attached
Saturday, September 7, 2019 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

Join naturalist Michael J. Granger for a lesson on terrariums. Learn how to create a miniature garden under glass. Participants are asked to bring clear container with a lid. A glass tea jar, or a plastic cheese ball container (Dollar General) are recommended. Please call to pre-register or to learn more details (563)328-3286.

flyer with program information
Saturday, September 7, 2019 - 3:00pm

Connecting with Nature and disconnecting with electronics can enhance your wellbeing and relax your mind and body, with some meditation & yoga. This program will focus on using your senses to connect with Nature and help you feel rejuvenated! The program will include a hike that will teach us to open our minds to nature. Ages 15 and up. Please call the Wapsi Center with questions (563)328-3286.

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Sunday, September 8, 2019 - 11:00am

Bring out the whole family for a whole day of great activities including: A Bird Banding Station, Conservation Speakers, Raptor Education, and Family Friendly Activities. Join Naturalist/Director Dave Murcia for a presentation on Birds of Prey! The program will include biology, ecology, habitats, with live owls and a falcon! Recommended for all families.


Clip art of a two hunters in front of a paper target.
Saturday, September 28, 2019 - 1:00pm to 5:00pm


Hunter education is a mandatory program that is designed to introduce students to several life-long skills that are important to many different types of outdoor recreational opportunities. The course teaches students basic survival and first aid skills, water safety, wildlife identification, and the basics of wildlife management, hunting laws, and firearm/archery safety. Hunter education also stresses the importance of individual responsibility and outdoor ethics.

Iowa law requires that anyone born after January 1, 1972 must be certified in hunter education before they are eligible to purchase an Iowa hunting

Overhead Map of the projected project.
  • Scott County Conservation Board & Iowa DNR are renovating the West Lake Complex to improve water quality and recreational opportunities
  • Watershed protection from March to November 2019 involves 5 ponds and one bio-swale
  • Liberalized Fishing Regulations 1 April – 15 July 2019
  • Water drawdown starts July 2019
  • Major construction in late 2019 involves dredging, shoreline stabilization, constructing 4 ponds, and fish habitat
  • Game fish will be restocked

Thank you for your understanding, patience, and cooperation...

Two bicyclers at the park.

Bike and Equestrian Trails are OPEN.

  • When open, please avoid any areas that may be wet.
  • At times, trails are closed due to weather conditions.

If you would like additional information, please call Scott County Park at (563) 328-3282 ext 1.

News & Notices

The Scott County Conservation Board has approved a special deer hunt for archery hunters only from October 10, 2019 through January 10, 2020 at Scott County Park. This hunt is only for residents of Iowa. Applications are now available and need to be returned no later than Wednesday, July 31st by 4:...
Posted: July 1, 2019
Scott County Conservation Board & Iowa DNR are renovating the West Lake Complex to improve water quality and recreational opportunities Watershed protection from March to November 2019 involves 5 ponds and one bio-swale Liberalized Fishing Regulations 1 April – 15 July 2019 Water drawdown...
Posted: June 18, 2019
Quad Cities Museum Week June 8-16, 2019 Celebrate the 5 th year of this annual June event in the Quad Cities. Museum Week was created to celebrate our region’s museums, their amazing collections, stories, history, and their importance to communities. In fact, with 14 participating museums to visit...
Posted: June 5, 2019