Desert Mountain Club to Unveil No. 7 at Desert Mountain™ Golf Course, CLUBHOUSE AND HOMES IN SPRING 2019
Innovative Par-54 Course Design Will Appeal to Golfers of All Skill Levels
This par-54 course is one of only two private, par-54-rated courses in the United States and will serve as the focal point for the exclusive Seven Desert Mountain™ community.
The course is designed by Bill Brownlee of M3 Companies and Wendell Pickett of Greey|Pickett, both of whom are Desert Mountain Club members. No. 7 at Desert Mountain has been created to be inclusive and challenging for golfers of all skill levels. The remarkable course will feature extensive fairways, ample greens, as well as a lighted putting green. This duo also collaborated on the critically-acclaimed “Li’l Wick” nine-hole short game course at Wickenburg Ranch located in Wickenburg, Arizona.
“The concepts behind No. 7 at Desert Mountain are an extension of Desert Mountain’s overall vision,” said Desert Mountain Club CEO Damon DiOrio. “Not only does No. 7 maintain the high standards of golf we embrace throughout Desert Mountain, it provides even more experiences enabling golfers to reimagine how they play the sport.”
Beyond the 18-hole course, No. 7 will feature a sleek, modern clubhouse that will serve as a central, family-centric gathering space with an indoor-outdoor gastropub, state-of-the-art sound system, and two bocce ball courts. Set against a magnificent high desert backdrop with expansive, collapsible glass walls, the clubhouse will literally bring the outdoors in. The facility will be ideal for year-round enjoyment and offers heated patio floors, indoor and outdoor bars, several fire pits and fireplaces.
The 90-acre enclave, which will have its own private entrance just west of the existing main gate on Cave Creek Road, will also include up to 190 custom homes designed by Arizona’s leading custom home builders Cullum Homes, Camelot Homes and Family Development.
With vastly unique product opportunities, including custom, semi-custom and condominium residences, these modern and luxurious homes will offer breathtaking views of the greater Phoenix Valley and surrounding mountains and valleys. All but three of the homes will sit directly on the golf course. The homes range in size from 2,300 to 6,500+ square feet and will be priced from $1 million to $3+ million.
Homeowners at Seven will become members of Desert Mountain Club as part of their property purchase. Options include equity lifestyle or equity golf membership at Desert Mountain Club, gaining access to its world-class amenities including its newly renovated Sonoran Spa and Fitness Center, tennis complex, pickleball courts, miles of private hiking and biking trails, six additional private golf courses, distinctive clubhouses and restaurants. An additional golf membership dedicated primarily to No.7 at Desert Mountain Club is also available.
For more information on No. 7 at Desert Mountain please visit http://www.desertmountain.com/seven, or call (480) 428-1415.
About Desert Mountain
Situated at an altitude of 4,500 in the picturesque Sonoran Desert of Scottsdale, Ariz., Desert Mountain is among the finest private golf and recreational communities in the world and is consistently ranked among the top private clubs in the nation. Often referred to as The Best Golf Club in the World, Desert Mountain is recognized as a Distinguished Club from Boardroom Magazine and is among the top 100 Platinum Golf and Country Clubs in the world and the only club in Arizona to be ranked in the top 20. It is the only private community worldwide with six Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses, and a seventh currently being built, with each designed to offer an individual playing experience at all skill levels. Sitting on 8,000 acres, Desert Mountain is also home to a newly remodeled spa, tennis on three surfaces, and nine restaurants, plus 15 miles of private hiking trails, mountain biking, horseback riding and luxury camping. A full suite of recreational, dining and luxury experiences await members and residents in the majestic Desert Mountain community. Looking to join or move up to the mountain? Visit http://www.desertmountain.com for more information and membership details.
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