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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 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


Later in April, the private club will debut a new course – appropriately named No. 7 as it’s the seventh course in the community – and will reopen Renegade, its ground-breaking first course built by Jack Nicklaus in the 1980s. This is a special time for a special place that is not resting on its reputation among the top golf clubs/communities in the world. No. 7 will be the community’s first par-3 course, following a modern trend that golf needs to be faster and more fun. Read More Golf Advisor


For a cool $9.9 million the property branded Saguaro Forest 244 in Desert Mountain is all yours including the furnishings. When it comes to the total buying package encompassing the 5-bedroom, 7,500-square-foot residence, Desert Mountain Realtor Kathleen Benoit likes to say, “All you have to bring is your toothbrush.” Read More Upscale Living Magazine


Unless it’s attached to the word’s “under par,” seven is the last number you want emblazoned on your golf scorecard. That’s unless you are Desert Mountain’s Bille Brownlee or Wendell Pickett, and this number not only places you in the company of Jack Nicklaus, it’s also linked to the future of golf. Read More Golf Vacations Magazine



Is there a secret behind the steady stream of home buyers seeking to start anew at the Desert Mountain Golf Community in Scottsdale, Arizona? Maybe it’s the storybook elevated setting offering spectacular views of mountain ranges from very angle. Maybe it’s the introduction and welcome process that the Desert Mountain Member Services team has down to a friendly science. Or maybe it’s what Desert Mountain homeowners can look forward to each, and every, day. Read More Luxury Travel Magazine


Is there a secret behind the steady stream of home buyers seeking to start anew at the Desert Mountain Golf Community in Scottsdale, Arizona? Maybe it’s the storybook elevated setting offering spectacular views of mountain ranges from very angle. Maybe it’s the introduction and welcome process that the Desert Mountain Member Services team has down to a friendly science. Or maybe it’s what Desert Mountain homeowners can look forward to each, and every, day. Read More TIm Cotroneo for Luxury Travel Magazine