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The Renegade course at Desert Mountain Club in Scottsdale, Arizona, has reopened this month following a year-long renovation by Nicklaus Design. The project was led by Jack Nicklaus and senior design associate Chris Cochran, working alongside construction company Heritage Links. The comprehensive overhaul includes new greens, tees and bunkers, some reshaping and lake construction, new cart paths, new drainage and irrigation, and the conversion of turf from bermuda to bentgrass. Read More Golf Course Architecture


Desert Mountain, the 8,000-acre luxury golf and real estate development sprawling across the hill country of Scottsdale, just rounded out its family of courses with a new par three track ready for family enjoyment. Already equipped with six Jack Nicklaus-designed golf courses, the community added the aptly named Seven — a USGA-rated championship par 54 course designed by Wendell Pickett and Bill Brownlee. Lacing par three oases back and forth along tracts of Arizona sand, Seven brings classic desert golf to local players of any age and talent level. Read More medium.com / John Scott Lewinski


SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. (PRWEB) JUNE 18, 2019 Renegade—the rst of six Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses at Desert Mountain Club —reopens this month after a year-long renovation, led by Nicklaus himself along with Nicklaus designer, Chris Cochran. Since debuting in 1987, Renegade has placed on Golf Digest’s list of “America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses” three times. It is a fixture on lists of the best courses in Arizona. In fact, Golf Digest once called Renegade “the most versatile course in the world” for its use of two greens on every hole, allowing golfers the option of playing it shorter or longer based on the tee and green they chose. Read More PR Web


Renegade—the first of six Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses at Desert Mountain Club—reopens this month after a year-long renovation, led by Nicklaus himself along with Nicklaus designer, Chris Cochran. Since debuting in 1987, Renegade has placed on Golf Digest’s list of “America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses” three times. It is a fixture on lists of the best courses in Arizona. In fact, Golf Digest once called Renegade “the most versatile course in the world” for its use of two greens on every hole, allowing golfers the option of playing it shorter or longer based on the tee and green they chose. Read More PGAMagazine.com 6-18-19


(Scottsdale, Ariz.) – Renegade—the first of six Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses at Desert Mountain Club—reopens this month after a year-long renovation, led by Nicklaus himself along with Nicklaus designer, Chris Cochran. Since debuting in 1987, Renegade has placed on Golf Digest’s list of “America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses” three times. It is a fixture on lists of the best courses in Arizona. In fact, Golf Digest once called Renegade “the most versatile course in the world” for its use of two greens on every hole, allowing golfers the option of playing it shorter or longer based on the tee and green they chose. Read More American Golfer


Renegade—the first of six Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses at Desert Mountain Club—reopens this month after a year-long renovation, led by Nicklaus himself along with Nicklaus designer, Chris Cochran. Since debuting in 1987, Renegade has placed on Golf Digest’s list of “America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses” three times. It is a fixture on lists of the best courses in Arizona. In fact, Golf Digest once called Renegade “the most versatile course in the world” for its use of two greens on every hole, allowing golfers the option of playing it shorter or longer based on the tee and green they chose. Read More The Golf Wire


The birthplace and spiritual home of “Desert Golf,” Arizona golf is unlike almost anywhere else. Its citizens play almost 12 million rounds of golf yearly over the state’s 300-plus courses and several PGA Tour players proudly call Arizona home. From immaculately conditioned layouts routed through housing developments to minimalistic designs situated on Native American reservation land, these are the 10 best courses in the Grand Canyon State. 8. DESERT MOUNTAIN (CHIRICAHUA), Scottsdale Elevation change is constant on this mountaintop course, roughly half the holes playing uphill, the other half down, all through craggy terrain. The slope rating’s steep too: 154. Read More LINKS Digital


The development is built directly on two golf courses at the brand-new Seven Desert Mountain community in Scottsdale and named for the seventh private course in this exclusive community (the course is set to open April 23). Read More Arizona Foothills Magazine


Apr. 22, 2019. Desert Mountain Club unveils “No. 7 at Desert Mountain™,” a brand new par 54 course and state-of-the-art clubhouse and restaurant at Desert Mountain Golf Course. Desert Mountain Golf Club held a ceremonial first putt where seven lucky players took the very first putt at the Club’s brand new Par-54 family friendly course. Read More Arizona Foothills Magazine


Apr. 22, 2019. Desert Mountain unveiled its brand new family friendly course with a ceremonial tee shot featuring Alice Cooper, the course designers, and a trick shot golfer. The 54 Par course has a state-of-the-art clubhouse and restaurant, as well as fire pits and bocce ball. Read More Arizona Foothills Magazine