Desert Mountain Golf Club
Desert Mountain is one of the most exclusive golf clubs in Scottsdale. It is the only private club in the world to offer six Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses plus a seventh short executive course. Each course provides a different golf experience and was designed for players of all skill levels. Enjoy playing a new course every day. The Cochise course has been the site of The Charles Schwab Cup, a major PGA Senior Tour event. All courses and clubhouses are private, open only to members and their guests. Desert Mountain also has some of the best practice facilities in Arizona with The Jim Flick Performance Center, four practice ranges and many pitching, chipping and putting areas. The PGA trained professional staff is available to help all members with their games.
Renegade Golf Course
The 7524 yard Renegade Course was the first of the seven courses to open. It is an extremely versatile course and is designed to allow players to choose their level of play. Members can vary the course’s set-up with two pin placements on every hole.
Cochise Golf Course
The 7019 yard Cochise Golf Course offers members a true test of skill with rolling fairways surrounded by water and desert rock outcroppings. The hallmark of the course is the par-3 seventh hole and par-5 fifteenth hole. The double green for these 2 holes sits on a picturesque island, approached by two different directions. Jack Nicklaus himself has called the Cochise Course “one of the most picturesque golf courses in the world”.
Geronimo Golf Course
The 7420 yard Geronimo course features large elevation changes, dramatic ravines, and plateaus. It is one of the most scenic courses at Desert Mountain. It has been described by Jack Nicklaus as “the strong looking course”. The first few holes deceptively lead the golfer to believe it is a gentle course but the back nine surely changes that impression. The last hole is a 160-yard, par-3 that requires an exacting shot over a canyon to a two-tiered green between sand bunkers.
Apache Golf Course
The Apache course is a 7211 yard gentle par-72 course. It was designed as a links style course with gentle rolling fairways through the desert terrain. Large lush greens appear as extensions of the fairways. The challenge of this course is the length and elevation changes. Many members say it is important to master uphill or downhill shots. The eighteenth hole features two separate greens with the more difficult green set into a hillside bordered by an unforgiving wash. Apache is best known for its “disappearing green”. Built in the old Scottish tradition, the entire putting surface is not visible. It is a challenging, yet playable course for players of all skill levels.
Chiricahua Golf Course
The Chiricahua golf course is a 7424 yard, par-72 course is dramatically elevated above other Desert Mountain courses. It provides some of the best views within Desert Mountain. It flows through the Village of Saguaro Forest to the foot of the famous Constantino’s restaurant.
Outlaw Golf Course
This was the last of the six Desert Mountain courses designed by Jack Nicklaus. The Outlaw course opened in 2003 to rave reviews for its traditional Scottish links style. Nicklaus has said he was determined to “take what nature gave us and try to enhance it”. It was designed around the desert landscape with gently rolling hills, washes, and spectacular views. Outlaw does not have any homes built along it. Members are encouraged to walk the course and play the way the game was meant to be.
Memberships at Desert Mountain Golf Club are available to property owners only. As a golf member of Desert Mountain, you will have access to six Jack Nicklaus Signature golf courses, a seventh par-54 course, seven beautiful clubhouses, a fully renovated fitness center, spa, extensive tennis complex with grass, clay and hard courts, private hiking trails, and the Jim Flick Golf Performance Center. Please visit our Membership page for pricing.