Quail Hollow Club is a private club, which is unfortunate for the general public because its 7,576-yard,
18-hole layout winds through a number of expensive homes in the nearby area, one of which is owned by 2012 U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson.
Like the majority of private clubs, Quail Hollow's official website doesn't disclose the fee of membership.
However, according to our friends at Golf Digest, joining the extremely private club entails a $100,000 entrance fee and $800 in monthly dues.
But only if you're fortunate enough to get in. Only individuals who acquire a reference from an existing member can enter the facility,
which only has about 300 members. So, at Quail Hollow Club, you may swing away if you can swing all that.