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There’s change in the air at Desert Mountain this fall, where an increase in new members and real estate sales exhibits a downward trend – a youth movement. Entering fourth quarter 2019 there are a record number of homes under construction, while resales are robust. The 7,600-square-foot “Hidden Canyon Retreat” at Desert Mountain was recently sold by Tami Henderson of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s Realty international for $9.3 million, the highest overall priced home in the community this year. The buyers, both under 50, were attracted by the community’s active lifestyle, abundance of activities options, and welcoming, inclusive environment. Read More http://americangolfer.blogspot.com


There’s change in the air at Desert Mountain this fall, where an increase in new members and real estate sales exhibits a downward trend – a youth movement. Entering fourth quarter 2019 there are a record number of homes under construction, while resales are robust. The 7,600-square-foot “Hidden Canyon Retreat” at Desert Mountain was recently sold by Tami Henderson of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s Realty international for $9.3 million, the highest overall priced home in the community this year. The buyers, both under 50, were attracted by the community’s active lifestyle, abundance of activities options, and welcoming, inclusive environment. Read More morningread.com / Karen Moraghan


There’s change in the air at Desert Mountain this fall, where an increase in new members and real estate sales exhibits a downward trend – a youth movement. Entering fourth quarter 2019 there are a record number of homes under construction, while resales are robust. The 7,600-square-foot “Hidden Canyon Retreat” at Desert Mountain was recently sold by Tami Henderson of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s Realty international for $9.3 million, the highest overall priced home in the community this year. The buyers, both under 50, were attracted by the community’s active lifestyle, abundance of activities options, and welcoming, inclusive environment. Read More thegolfwire.com / Karen Moraghan


The well-heeled golfer able to put down $30,000 a year for a club membership doesn’t look to play just locally. So, players from around the world able to invest that fee can sign up to play the courses at Desert Mountain – the elite private community tucked in the Phoenix Mountain Range near Scottsdale, Arizona. Read More mensbook.com / John Scott Lewinski


Shawn Emerson opened the gates for us a few weeks back at Desert Mountain Club, where he has worked as director of agronomy for the last quarter of a century or so, for three days of course tours, construction and renovation conversation, and plenty of stories. Read More GolfCourseIndustry.com / Matt LaWell


SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – A walkable, par-3 golf course. Front tee boxes from which the young and old alike can putt, rather than drive, a ball down the fairway to the hole. Bunkers just off the tee boxes to bring an extra challenge to starting a hole. A relaxing, outdoor clubhouse with food, drink and desert views. Last but not least, the most important ingredient to a day on the course: fun. Read More golfweek.com / Todd Kelly


A walkable, par-3 golf course. Front tee boxes from which the young and old alike can putt, rather than drive, a ball down the fairway to the hole. Bunkers just off the tee boxes to bring an extra challenge to starting a hole. A relaxing, outdoor clubhouse with food, drink and desert views. Read More azcentral.com / Todd Kelly


The sun beats down on Taliesin West, because Taliesin West is smack in the center of the Valley of the Sun and the sun, as you should probably expect, almost always beats down on the valley that bears its name. Frank Lloyd Wright trekked to Taliesin West just about every year for more than two decades, from 1937, when the Wisconsin winters started to chill his bones, until his death in 1959. Situated on a mesa just below McDowell Peak 26 miles north of downtown Phoenix, Wright described it in his autobiography as “the top of the world.” Read More golfcourseindustry.com / Matt LaWell


Not only is the exclusive Scottsdale, Arizona, golf community the only place with six Jack Nicklaus Signature courses, the private club is about to open a new course aptly named Seven, making Desert Mountain the largest single private golf development in America. Then, to ensure there is never a “good walk spoiled” for members, the club features 15 miles of private walking trails. Read More golfbusiness.com / Scott Kauffman


After much anticipation, 90-acre Seven Desert Mountain is now open with a fresh course, a killer clubhouse and around 190 new places to call home. With even just a quick glance at all the goodness this fresh community has to offer, it is easy to see why its members are in seventh heaven. Read More arizonafoothillsmagazine.com / Karen Moraghan