About Quit Qui Oc Golf Course
Quit Qui Oc Golf Club & Restaurant is a third generation family business owned and operated by Todd and Rachel Montaba.
The original 18-hole Quit Qui Oc golf course opened in 1927. It was designed by renowned golf course architect Tom Bendelow, nicknamed “The Johnny Appleseed of American Golf.” The back nine was abandoned for lack of play during World War II.
Rachel Montaba's grandparents Carl & Edna Wiese bought the golf course in 1965 and rebuilt the back nine to its current configuration. After Carl's passing, his son Tom and daughter in law Lynn took over the business.
Construction of the Glacial Nine, designed and built by Bob Lohmann, began in 2000, bringing Quit Qui Oc to 27 holes of golf. Todd and Rachel Montaba took over ownership in 2010 upon Tom and Lynn Wiese's retirement.
How Our Golf Courses Got Their Names
Quit-Qui-Oc is Menominee Indian (and a little French), roughly translated "land along the crooked river." The name has a long history in the Sheboygan County area. Part of the nearby City of Plymouth was once called Quit Qui Oc.
The Glacial Nine name pays homage to the glacial process that shaped the Kettle Moraine area during the last advance and retreat of the glacier approximately 30,000 years ago. When playing this golf course you will see many geological features carved by the glacier.
Amenities at Quit Qui Oc Golf Course
Memberships and Recognitions
- USGA - United States Golf Association
- PGA - Professional Golfer's Association
- LPGA - Ladies Professional Golf Association
- WSGA - Wisconsin State Golf Association
- NGCOA - National Golf Course Owner's Association
- GCOW - Golf Course Owners of Wisoncin
- 2007 GCOW Membership Program Award
- 2009 GCOW Lifestime Achievement Award - Tom Wiese
- 2013 GCOW Teacher of the Year Award - Todd and Rachel Montaba
- 2013 GCOW Membership and Marketing Award
- 2014 PGA Player Development Award - Todd Montaba
- 2015 Elkhart Lake Schnee Days Chili Cookoff Winner
- 2016 GCOW Food and Beverage Award
- 2017 Elkhart Lake Schnee Days Chili Cookoff Winner