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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


The growing “short” course trend in golf course design has reached fabled Desert Mountain Club in Scottsdale, Ariz. “No. 7 at Desert Mountain™,” a par 54 course will open later this spring as a 3,075-yard layout aimed at families and new golfers. No. 7 Desert Mountain joins the portfolio of six Jack Nicklaus-designed courses that have made the club one of the Southwest’s more desired private golf communities. Read More Steve Pike, for My Spike Travel


Desert Mountain is wrapping up work on its seventh golf course – the appropriately named No. 7 at Desert Mountain. The 18-hole, par-54 layout and clubhouse at the Scottsdale, Ariz. private club will open this spring. It is one of the only two private par-54-rated courses in the U.S. The course was designed by two Desert Mountain members, Bill Brownlee of M3 Cos., and Wendell Pickett of Greey|Pickett. No. 7 at Desert Mountain is the centerpiece of a new 90-acre residential community within the development and includes a lighted putting green. Read More Golf Inc.


Jack Nicklaus talks about the evolution of his golf course design strategy and the changes he’s made to his Desert Mountain courses. Watch the video on The Golf Channel


It is one of the finest private golf and recreational communities in the world, so it is certainly not a shock that people are clamoring for memberships at Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain Club. The club recently announced that it added 131 members from 26 states and four nations in 2018, a substantial increase of nearly 15 percent from the prior year. Read More Arizona Foothills Magazine


SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Feb. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Desert Mountain Club has earned a reputation as one of the finest private golf and recreational communities in the world. Recently released statistics show that the desirable Desert Mountain lifestyle is in higher demand than ever, as the club added 131 members from 26 states and four nations in 2018, a substantial increase of nearly 15 percent from the prior year. In 2017, Desert Mountain welcomed 116 new members. In a single year, however, club membership surged to 131, listing primary addresses from cities as far as Canada, Ireland and Scotland. Read More benzinga.com prweb.com americangolfer.blogspot.com morningread.com thegolfwire.com