9 Publisher’s Notes 24 2018 Oracle Challenger Series: Paving the Way for the Future Oracle is launching four new tournaments in conjunction with the ATP and WTA 26 With The Stars: An Evening of Fun, Camaraderie & Charity The fourth annual Tennis With The Stars will benefit nonprofit ACEing Autism 28 The 2018 ANA Inspiration This year’s tournament is guaranteed to thrill spectators and viewers with surprising moments 30 Eye on the Future: Charlie Reiter From cradle to the CareerBuilder Challenge 32 2018 Pete Carlson’s Golf & Tennis Expo One of the season’s most anticipated events is still going strong 34 LPGA Spotlight: Jessica & Nelly Korda These two sisters are taking the LPGA Tour by storm 36 2018 Warburton Celebrity Golf Tournament 16 Golf, music, fun and charity combine at this 2018 BNP PARIBAS OPEN: annual desert extravaganza A TOURNAMENT IN FULL BLOOM 38 The tournament attracts the The Quarry at La Quinta The private club experience at its best biggest stars and gives fans a superb experience

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42 50 The Best of the Coachella Valley Trends in the Coachella Valley Real This Season Estate Market Know where to see and be seen and how to High-end homes are selling and buyers support your favorite events. are getting younger 46 Golfer’s Playbook LPGA ANA Inspiration Preview: Play These Par 3s Like the Pros 48 BIKRAM YOGA: The Power behind the Series Initial Warm-up: Half Moon Pose 54 BNP Paribas Serves Up Star-Powered Cuisine A perfect match for tennis fans and foodies 62 Find Your Spa What do you hope to gain from a spa treatment? 68 68 Who says you can’t have it all? Not Audi’s SQ5 72 Pretty In Pink Fresh shoe styles for a spring fling or weekend getaway 74 Frizzante Fine Jewelers The sparkling and spectacular new addition to El Paseo 80 Tennis Resort Maps and Guides 54 88 Golf Resort Maps and Guides

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Welcome to this issue of Desert Golf & Tennis . We With the total of a four-shot penalty mid-round on are proud once again to feature Roger Federer on our Sunday, Thompson was stunned as the tournament cover for the BNP Paribas Open at the Indian Wells came down to a one-hole playoff with Ryu. The final Tennis Garden. Federer’s career has been record result was a bitter loss to Thompson and a shock to the shattering. He has won 19 singles titles, the gallery. Ryu earned her spot in history and a leap into most in history for a male tennis player, and has held the Poppie’s Pond at the 2017 ANA Inspiration. More world No. 1 spot in the ATP rankings for a record total of excitement to come? Definitely. We’ll see you at the 302 weeks, including a record 237 consecutive weeks. 2018 tournament. He won a record-tying fifth BNP Paribas Open crown last Also in this edition we feature the 2018 Warburton year, defeating 6-4, 7-5 in an all-Swiss final. Celebrity Golf Tournament, which benefits St. Jude There are many who believe he’s ready and able to take Children’s Research Hospital. Now one of the largest his sixth win at the tournament this year, which would rock-and-roll golf tournaments in the country, this fun- make him the all-time leader in the event and make BNP filled event has become one of the not-to-be-missed Paribas Open history. events in the valley. Warburton brings his celebrity to the With this issue, our largest in 19 years, we are also valley with many of his friends and legendary rock stars proud to help promote the ANA Inspiration at Mission such as Alice Cooper, Robbie Krieger and Dave Brock Hills Country Club. The event, which began in 1972 as from The Doors, Tommy Thayer from KISS, Kim Carnes the Dinah Shore tournament, is the first Major on the (“Betty Davis Eyes”), REO Speedwagon, Mickey Thomas LPGA Tour, bringing the top women golfers to the of Jefferson Starship and many others. Most importantly, desert. it raises a lot of money for a hospital dedicated to helping After the controversy of the four-stroke penalty children with catastrophic diseases. Last year’s event assessed to leader last year on the 12th raised more than $2 million—the cost of operating the hole, So Yeon Ryu and Thompson went on to a playoff, hospital for one day. with Ryu ultimately winning the title. The controversy The desert is booming with golf and tennis events came as the result of a television viewer contacting the and all of us at Desert Golf & Tennis are pleased to be tournament office to report Thompson for improperly your go-to resource for what’s happening in the sports marking her ball during the previous day’s round, a two- across the Coachella Valley and the Southwest. Here’s to stroke penalty, and then she signed an incorrect score a fantastic 2018 for all! card, resulting in a second two-stroke penalty.

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he BNP Paribas Open is one of the most coveted tickets among tennis events. The annual tournament showcases the best Ttennis players in the world. But it also showcases Indian Wells Tennis Garden, one of the sport’s most impressive facilities. When it comes to star power at the BNP Paribas Open, year after year one member of the field tends to stand out from everyone else: Roger Federer, five-time champion and annual fan favorite. First appearing at the BNP Paribas Open in 2001, the defending champion has not only claimed five titles at Indian Wells Tennis Garden, he has also won 19 major championships—more than any other male tennis professional in history. “Roger is an incredible ambassador for the sport and is well respected by players, media, fans and sponsors,” says Tommy Haas, tournament director of the BNP Paribas Open. “We have enjoyed watching his career grow and progress as the BNP Paribas Open has become one of the Tour’s most coveted titles.” Haas continues, “We wish Roger continued By Chris Lewis • Photos by Nikko Milkovic success at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden for years to come.”

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Rafael Nadal

grounds, as well as floral installations, fountains, greenery, pavers and plants. “Fans will be struck by the venue’s beauty,” says Haas. “Its color and vibrancy will be entirely reminiscent of a garden blooming to life in the springtime.” Technology and other amenities have been enhanced, too. This year, fans will be able to enjoy upgraded video walls on the north and south ends of Stadium 1’s court. As a result, they will now have more than double the square footage of screens to complement the action on the court. Attendees will also notice a significant change in Stadium 2 this year, as the Chop House has been replaced by Wally’s Desert Turtle, longtime favorite among desert residents and visitors alike. The award- winning, family-owned restaurant specializes in contemporary California cuisine, which is prepared courtesy of Executive Chef Pascal Lallemand. In addition to Wally’s Desert Turtle, fans will also enjoy the variety of Indian Wells Tennis Garden’s other first-class dining options—from Japanese with the highly celebrated Nobu, to Italian at Piero’s PizzaVino, to Californian fine dining at Wolfgang Puck’s Spago, yet another offering from one of the world’s most An Unparalleled Viewing Experience project to fully emphasize its striking popular chefs. Each of these stellar dining Also attracting plenty of attention this environment. Enhancements highlight venues provides further examples of why year is Indian Wells Tennis Garden itself. the gorgeous desert setting and pristine the BNP Paribas Open annually welcomes Just in time for the BNP Paribas Open, the floral landscape. Among the additions are some of the sport’s largest crowds. It’s not facility finalized a full-scale beautification 62 new palm trees throughout the just a tournament; it’s a full, rich experience.

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“As we do every spring, we look forward to welcoming tennis fans from around the globe to the Indian Wells Tennis Garden for an unparalleled experience,” Haas says. “From our dining options to our picturesque landscape of the desert, as well as our competitive action on the court, we can’t wait to show fans why the BNP Paribas Open is often referred to as Tennis Paradise.” With its recent renovations, first-class dining options, stunning landscapes and captivating fields, the future of the BNP Paribas Open is certainly bright. Named Tournament of the Year by the WTA and ATP the last four years, it is clearly a favorite of fans and players alike—and will certainly continue to be. “But the BNP Paribas Open refuses to rest on its laurels,” Haas says. “And we are committed to continually improving the overall fan experience at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden well into the future.” For further information about the 2018 BNP Paribas Open, visit ______Chris Lewis is a staff writer with Desert Golf & Tennis

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By Chris Lewis

Taylor Fritz

o further its commitment to U.S. tennis, Oracle Corp. “I am very excited and looking forward to getting back on the last year revealed its Oracle U.S. Tennis Awards—two court,” Nishikori states. “The Oracle Challenger Series is a perfect $100,000 grants awarded annually to assist young event in a great Southern California location to help me get some TAmerican players as they transition from college to the match play. This will be a great opportunity to face high-level professional tours. competition.” At the same time, the renowned tech company also worked Chris Kermode, ATP World Tour executive chairman and alongside the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) to host the president notes, “Our players in the United States are eager for Oracle ITA National Fall Championships at Indian Wells Tennis more opportunities like this. We’re so pleased to partner with a Garden. The event, sponsored entirely by Oracle, featured the company like Oracle to further promote and develop tennis in the nation’s top 64 men and women’s singles players, as well as the top United States.” 32 men and women’s doubles teams. All challenger events strive to help young, potential stars Interested in building upon its recent success in the tennis acquire further experience, gain more ranking points and earn industry, Oracle has also decided to launch four new professional additional prize money. But the Oracle Challenger Series has one tennis tournaments in conjunction with the Association of Tennis unique distinction when compared to all other challenger events: Professionals (ATP) and Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). as a combined men and women’s event, it pays equal prize money Presented as two combined women and men’s events, the to male and female contestants, resulting in $150,000 in total tournaments, known officially as the Oracle Challenger Series, will earnings for each tournament. be comprised of two WTA 125K Series events and two ATP Of equal importance, the top two male and top two female Challenger Tour events. The first tournament will be contested at Americans with the highest accumulated points from each Oracle Newport Beach Tennis Club in Newport Beach, California, from Challenger Series event will also earn wild cards in their respective January 20-28, coinciding with the second week of the Australian singles main draws at the 2018 BNP Paribas Open, which runs Open. The second will occur at Indian Wells Tennis Garden from March 5-18. Since these players will be competing at the February 24-March 4, literally hours before the start of the BNP Indian Wells event shortly before the BNP Paribas Open begins, Paribas Open. they should be fully prepared for the challenges of Indian Wells as “Tennis players in the United States need more chances to they compete against some of the world’s greatest tennis players. compete at home and more chances to earn a living from the sport,” “We are thrilled that Oracle is making this commitment to says Oracle CEO Mark Hurd. “These events are designed to grow the pathway for young, emerging national and regional talent provide opportunities for players to make meaningful gains in both here in the United States, so that they can reach their goals of prize money and ranking points on their home soil.” competing on the WTA Tour,” says Steve Simon, chairman and Oracle is expecting a strong field for each event. One member of CEO of the WTA. “This will lead to great things for tennis in the Newport Beach player field is a U.S. Open singles finalist— America.” Japan’s Kei Nishikori, a former World No. 4 player on the ATP For more information about the Oracle Challenger Series, visit World Tour who accepted a wild card to play in the tournament. He will be joined by players such as Frances Tiafoe, ranked No. 79 ______in the world as of January, and , who was ranked just Chris Lewis is a staff writer with Desert Golf & Tennis outside of the top 100 in early January.

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huge hit. He’s also been playing great tennis the last 12 months, so he’s a great hope for American tennis going forward.” After the celebrity exhibition matches, the amateur participants and their guests will be able to converse with the celebrities, take photographs with them and receive their autographs. The VIP Meet-and-Greet will be followed by a scrumptious, cooked-to-order pasta buffet dinner, along with happy hour drink specials, at the Omni Rancho Las Palmas Country Club. “Since we first started hosting Tennis With The Stars in 2015, we have grown every single year,” Colebourne says. “We hope to see even more people come out this year to not only watch the great tennis action but also support ACEing Autism.” For more information about the 2018 Tennis With The Stars, visit ______Chris Lewis is a staff writer with Desert Golf & Tennis

Simona Halep Photo by Nikko Milkovic

achievement of reaching the year-end No. By Chris Lewis 1 ranking for the first time. Halep’s current coach, Darren Cahill, a highly successful tennis professional in his own right, will join her. He reached the top ten of the world rankings in the 1980s. In addition to coaching Halep, Cahill has also worked with such stars as Andre Agassi and . A popular tennis analyst, he is also known for his work with ESPN. In addition, Frances Tiafoe, the 19-year- old American who challenged Roger Federer to five sets at the 2017 U.S. Open ACEing Autism, a national nonprofit founded in 2008 by Round Robin—four amateurs will have an opportunity to before losing, will participate in the Richard Spurling and Dr. Shafali Jesthat, connects children on the compete against the tennis celebrities in exhibition matches set to tournament for the second straight year. A autism spectrum to tennis. This year, it will once again receive begin at 5 p.m. native of College Park, Maryland, Tiafoe is financial support from Cliff Drysdale Management’s Tennis With “This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to share the court with expected to become one of the game’s The Stars. elite professional players,” says Scott Colebourne, vice president of most popular and successful players. This fourth edition of the charity event will be held March 6 in operations for Cliff Drysdale Management. “There are many events Currently No. 70 in world rankings, his Rancho Mirage, California, at Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & throughout the year where you can watch the players, but here career high, Tiafoe has the athleticism, Spa, a renowned 444-room resort featuring a 25-court tennis you can actually have personal interaction with them on the power and shot-making abilities to center and a host of other amenities. court.” potentially make a dent on the tennis The event is set one day before the first rounds of the 2018 BNP World No. 1 , who finished runner-up at the world as early as this year. Paribas Open kick off. Starting at 2 p.m., 24 amateurs will play 2017 , won the 2017 Madrid Open and compiled a “Frances was incredible last year and we alongside tennis professionals and special guests of Cliff Drysdale 45-17 record last year, will be one of the professionals to headline are so excited to have him back,” Management, created by the International Tennis Hall of Fame Tennis With The Stars. Known for her consistency, Halep finished Colebourne states. “He’s always laughing, member of the same name and specializing in daily tennis and inside the top five of the world rankings from 2014 to 2017. The smiling and engaging with the fans. His fitness operations. Upon the conclusion of the pro-am—a doubles 26-year-old Romanian finished 2017 with the extraordinary energy and personality have made him a

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By Matt McKay

Lexi Thompson Michelle Wie

here were you when it happened, when you first The field will also be enhanced by the presence of top amateurs, heard? Were you following along in the gallery? including the winner of the ANA Junior Inspiration. This year’s Were you in front of a TV? Did you see the ANA Junior Inspiration is scheduled for March 24-25 at Mission Wnumbers change on the scoreboard? Hills and will be contested over 54 holes on the Dye Challenge and Where were you, that is, when Lexi Thompson got the news Dinah Shore courses. Last year’s junior winner was Lucy Li, a 14- that she would be penalized for a mistake made the day before, a year-old who made the cut and eventually finished tied for 70th. violation called in by a television viewer during the final round of For the patron of championship golf, this year’s tournament also last year’s ANA Inspiration? It’s just the type of lightning-strike offers a slew of off-course attractions. The ANA Experience exhibit event that always seems to happen at the year’s first Major. allows patrons to cool out (for a limited time) in a replica of one of There won’t be any call-in rulings at this year’s event, scheduled the ANA’s first-class seats, and also lets groups take a simulated leap for March 29-April 1 at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho into Poppie’s Pond. Those who tweet their leap with the hashtag Mirage, California. The LPGA, and in fact, the PGA Tour, USGA #anainspiration will be automatically entered into a drawing for and R&A, have all put the kibosh on that, assuring the golf public two round-trip tickets to Tokyo on ANA. that when it comes to handing out penalties, they’ve got that under The food courtyard is back this year, with its massive LED control. television screen, full-service bar and shaded dining tables But if this year’s event follows the tournament’s historical throughout, all partially surrounded by food trucks offering an pattern, something memorable is going to happen. Remember array of cuisine from street to haute. LPGA teaching and club 2012, when In-Kyung Kim missed a one-foot putt on the 72nd hole professionals will also be on hand at the driving range, where they’ll that would have given her the victory, and the stunned South dispense lessons to patrons 10 minutes at a time. The autograph Korean eventually lost in a playoff? zone and merchandise tent, two old favorites, will also return. Often, the tournament leaves galleries and TV audiences with Then there’s the actual championship. The top 110 women the kind of surprised satisfaction that only comes from the thrills a golfers from more than 25 countries will be in the 2018 field, golf Major can provide. Remember Brittany Lincicomb’s shot into including defending champion So Yeon Ryu, who took advantage of No. 18 in 2009, which led to an eagle and a one-shot win? Of course Thompson’s troubles last year to win with a birdie on the first you do. How about 2006, when Karrie Webb holed out from the playoff hole. Both players finished tied at -14 after 72 holes. 18th fairway on her 72nd hole and went on to win in a playoff? In Gee Chun, , Eun-Hee Ji, Ariya and Moriya Unforgettable. Or when made an impossible birdie Jutanugarn, In-Kyung Kim, Sei Young Kim, Lydia Ko, , putt on No. 17 en route to a three-shot win over defending Stacey Lewis, Inbee Park, Sung Hyun Park, Suzann Pettersen, champion Yani Tseng in 2011? Historic. Gerina Piller, , Karrie Webb and Michelle Wie are More than one golf maven believes these finishes are not just the among those expected to play this year. The final field will be set at product of a top field competing for a major title. In fact, Mission the conclusion of the LPGA Kia Classic and the ANA Junior Hills’ Dinah Shore Tournament Course has a lot to do with the Inspiration. The winner of the Junior Inspiration gets the last drama. The aforementioned No. 17, a par 3 with an elevated green remaining exemption into the championship. that typically plays to around 185 yards during the championship, Also returning this year is the Inspiring Women In Sports and the par 5 No. 18, with it’s partial island green, are just two of the Conference, for which speakers will be announced in February. For components of the Desmond Muirhead design that collaborate to a list of past speakers; to check out ticket, volunteer, pro-am, or produce magic for four days and a champion on Sunday. sponsorship opportunities; or to glean ANA Junior Inspiration Of course, a top field competing for a major title also helps, and information, visit the tournament website, this year’s championship will be no exception. There’s little chance ______that any of the top 100 players will be missing unless it’s through Matt McKay is a staff writer with Desert Golf & Tennis illness, injury or a compelling personal matter. So Yeon Ryu, ANA Inspiration 2017 Champion Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 29 Photo by Nikko Milkovic spot light

By Françoise Rhodes best that I possibly can and fixing what’s not working.” Reiter has not forgotten his junior golf roots. “Junior golf programs are so important,” he says. “They make it more enjoyable that just practicing, which can get boring for kids. The First Tee teaches you lessons on how to act out there and that’s so important because there is more to golf than playing.” With all roads leading to Reiter becoming a professional Tour player, he’s already working with sponsors Titleist and Ping, and others are starting to form a line. Bighorn Golf Club in Palm Desert, known for taking rising stars under its wing, bestowed an honorary membership on Reiter and he makes good use of it. n the early morning hours of He played in the , Seeing a local news van pull up for the December 30, 2017, media outlets finishing 65th in the professional field, and next interview, Reiter knows time is short across the country opened their sports has won the prestigious Ralph Miller Medal, but shares a few more insights. His Ireports with breaking news about which Tiger Woods also once won. With inspiration, he says, is Rory McIlroy. “He’s a amateur golfer Charlie Reiter securing a only a fraction of his accomplishments different style golfer, always hitting a driver, professional’s spot in the CareerBuilder listed, take a moment to imagine that all of bombing it. That’s how I play,” he adds with a Challenge, played in January at PGA West this has occurred in a span of 13 years, laugh. in La Quinta, California. factoring in that Reiter won his first golf As for his ultimate foursome, his choices Thanks to a sponsor’s exemption, this tournament at the age of five. are surprising. “Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus was the first of its kind in the 59-year history He admits to being obsessed with the and Arnold Palmer,” he states with pride and of the tournament. Perhaps even more game. “That’s pretty much all I do; eat, sleep, admiration. “I’m old school.” astonishing, it was gifted to a high school go to school and play golf,” he says with a ______senior. laugh. Françoise Rhodes is a staff writer with So what was Reiter doing the morning of So how did it all begin? “I don’t really Desert Golf & Tennis the announcement? Fielding the remember when I started playing,” the teen overwhelming number of calls and texts? says, “but there’s a picture of me in my crib Celebrating with family and friends? No, he with golf clubs. Talk to my dad about that.” was doing what most 18-year-old guys do on Reiter’s father, Mike, is an avid golfer a Saturday when there’s no golf tournament himself, having taken up the game at age 24. scheduled: sleeping in. “I played all sports in high school, but when I At 6’1, tan and lean, Reiter casually walks started playing golf I played 24/7,” Mike says. into the First Tee Coachella Valley with a “When Charlie was born, I knew golf was in huge grin on his face, ready for his first the cards for him. We would do hand-and- interview of the day. “It’s pretty exciting,” he eye coordination drills when he was five says. “I found out a couple of days ago. At first months old, rolling golf balls back and forth I didn’t really know what to think, but it’s a with one hand and then two and as fast as he hometown course so I just want to go out could catch them. I taught him how to there and have some fun.” count by hitting golf balls and took him to If you’re a little confused and not sure the course when he could walk. He’s been who Charlie Reiter is, we suggest you keep playing ever since.” this article and get his autograph because The world truly is Reiter’s oyster. After he’s got game! high-school graduation, he’ll head off to A Southern California native born at college at USC and its top-ranked golf Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho program, but still keeping his current Mirage, Reiter is playing to a plus 5 and coaches within reach. “I have a swing coach, currently drives the ball about 330 yards. Paul Bucy, a putting coach, Dave Stockton, His bio includes 86 junior tournament Jr., and my mental coach, Howard Falco,” wins, back-to-back Palm Desert High Reiter says. School Golfer of the Year honors, an “Howard has really taught me how to Individual Southern California CIF title prepare and think out there, and that’s winner as a sophomore, and a win at the when my game turned around for me. I’m AJGA Karsten Ping Invitational in Atlanta learning how to deal with not playing well, Georgia. then going back out there and playing the

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ate January/early February is always an exciting time in “After the holidays are over, we start thinking about the Expo the Coachella Valley. The CareerBuilder Challenge brings and getting ready for it,” Carlson says. “It’s exciting to get to the PGA Tour to town, momentum is building for the continue to do it. We’re excited, the vendors are excited and the Lupcoming BNP Paribas Open tennis tournament, and the public is excited. People know they can see, feel, hit and purchase all ANA Inspiration, golf’s first major, is just around the corner. the new stuff all in the same place.” There’s also Pete Carlson’s Golf & Tennis Expo, the festival of Fitness trainers, nutritional representatives and a wide array of golf, which takes place annually at the College of the Desert (COD) food and beverages will also be available, with food and beverage in Palm Desert, California. proceeds benefiting COD golf programs. Over 4,000 attendees A staple of the Coachella Valley sporting scene for 15 years, the made last year’s festival, and the organizers are ready for an even expo is scheduled to take place this year Feb. 9-10 at the COD bigger turnout this year. driving range, located at Fred Waring and San Pablo. Once again this The entire shindig is a spinoff of the retail store, Pete Carlson’s year, as in every year previous, admission to the show is free. Barney Golf and Tennis, a 14,000-square-foot facility located at 73-741 Adams, creator of Adams Golf, was the first to suggest the concept Highway 111 in Palm Desert, long known in the desert as a one- to Pete Carlson, who has not only employed the concept, he’s stop shop for the valley’s country-club sports. Along with the Golf stayed true to it. Expo, the store is also the home of the Jazz for Jazz Lovers concert The show will operate from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, and free series. parking is available on campus. Signage and attendants will direct There have been years, including last year, when the event patrons to the closest available parking, and shuttles from the coincides with Super Bowl weekend. But this year, football will be parking lot to the driving range will be available. in the rear view mirror, the CareerBuilder Challenge will have left Nearly 40 major manufacturers will be on hand, providing its residual golf pixie dust in the valley, the ANA Inspiration will be products ranging from the hottest new driver to the latest distance- straight ahead, and it will well and truly be the peak of the golf measuring devices. There will be club fittings, mini lessons and full- season in the desert. shot opportunities. Joey O, trick shot artist, will do two shows each ______day, and desert resident Al “Mr. 59” Geiberger and his boys are also Matt McKay is a staff writer with Desert Golf & Tennis scheduled to conduct a short-game clinic each day. Specials will be available to tempt customers in the checkout lines.

32 Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 By Susanne Kemper

essica and Nelly Korda are tall, athletic, sporty and ready for fun card was super special. All the effort, the hours put into helping me and play—especially golf. They’re sisters, competitors and best achieve my dream—I’ll always remember.” friends. Jess, who turns 25 this year, has been going full force on Both women say they received good advice from their Dad, but Jthe LPGA Tour since 2011 when she was just 17. She has four agree his best has been, ”Stay in the moment, don’t think ahead. It’s key LPGA victories to date. to any sport.” In 2017, Nelly, who will be 20 in July, graduated from the Symetra While 2017 was a seminal year for Nelly it was a difficult one for Tour. Her rookie year on the LPGA Tour was one to remember. She Jess with the injuries. “Team events aren’t for selfish people,” she says. “I made it into , but it was her Asian swing that had to withdraw for the team. But finishing with some good golf finally became the highlight of the year. “Asia clicked after a poor mid- was fun. I love being in the hunt; that’s why I play and practice.” season,” she says. “I stayed patient, got a top 10 and then, happily, was Jaw surgery in December has helped eliminate her headaches, yet on a roll.” Jess’ return to the Tour isn’t clear. “I must be 100 percent ready,” she Her best rookie LPGA memory is “seeing all the kids out at notes. “Our season is too long.” tournaments, little girls seeing us and wanting to play and join us.” Growing up, Jess tried lots of sports, including figure skating and The sisters come from a close-knit family. Their grandparents gymnastics. “But I was too tall, so I tried golf and loved it. I still have lots went along for Nelly’s Evian debut, giving the group time to enjoy more dreams, goals I want to accomplish on Tour,” she promises. Prague’s buzz and summer lifestyle. Jess was recovering from a Both sisters work with coach David Wheeler, and both have a few forearm injury that forced her to abandon the 2017 British Open and superstitions. Jessica always puts her right foot first onto the tee; she U.S. team, but she calls Prague “perfect for her rehab.” uses the same marker and wears the same jewelry. “No change once Also perfect is having her sister on tour. “Having Nelly on tour is I’ve teed it up,” she claims. super. We travel and room together. She’s getting into tour life really Nelly starts every tournament with three tees in her hair. well.” For chill time, Jessica enjoys the beach and reading. At Christmas, Nelly likes the closeness, too. “My sister is my most valuable role Nelly is Mom’s “Santa’s Helper” with the baking and preparations. model,” she says. Jess is sponsored by Adidas, but her other shoe passion is Stuart Though the sisters grew up in Florida, their Czech family roots are Weitzman. Bags? Chanel, of course, with her wins. strong. Their tennis-legend father, Petr, was the 1998 Australian Open Jessica and Nelly Korda are making a statement on the LPGA Champion. He caddied for both daughters in their amateur careers, Tour. They have great swings, superb shot-making, they’re fun and and occasionally for Nelly on the . exciting. They’ve got game. Nelly says her most memorable time with her Dad on her bag was ______qualifying for, ”My first U.S. Open in 2013 at age 14, my first Major. I Susanne Kemper is a staff writer with Desert Golf & Tennis made the cut, too.” Jess remembers, “ Some amazing amateur highs with Dad, winning at SALLY was awesome, then Dad helping me get my LPGA

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s it a charity golf tournament with a celebrity jam and soiree? Or is it a charity celebrity jam with a soiree and golf tournament? One could be excused for not knowing the difference when it comes to the Iweeklong charitable hullaballoo that is the Warburton Celebrity Golf Tournament. Since its inception in 2011, the tournament—or celebrity jam or soiree or all three—has raised over $7 million for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Spearheaded by actor Patrick Warburton, known primarily for his TV roles on Seinfield and Rules of Engagement , “The Warburton” has become a staple of the season in the desert each year. Event planners anticipate adding significantly to that $7 million total when the 2018 event is conducted March 1-4 in the Coachella Valley. Originally a benefit tournament with a musical sideshow, today’s tournament has evolved into a nearly a week of entertainment on and off the golf course. This year’s event reprises all the elements that proved so successful in 2017. It begins on Thursday, March 1, with The Story Behind the Story: Songwriters Night. Songwriters Night features a group of renowned Nashville songwriters performing their biggest hits while spinning vignettes about the circumstances that led to the creation of each tune. At press time, the participants in this year’s Songwriters Night had not yet been announced, but the 2017 event spotlighted the likes of Tim Nichols, David Lee Murphy, Kelley Lovelace and Derric Rutan. Registration starts at 5:30 p.m. and the show begins at 7 p.m. at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa in Palm Desert. On March 2, gear heads and speed freaks can get their thing on during The Rush, scheduled for 12 – 4 p.m. at the BMW Performance Driving Center at the Thermal Club. A day at the races will be followed by a night at the pairings party, which commences at 5:30 p.m. at the JW Marriott. Things really kick into gear Friday night after the pairings party, when the Rheneypalooza Jam plays into the night. Once a loosely organized jam session with a few pals, the informal event has become so successful, organizers believe it’s one of the key factors that keep the golfers—and donations—rolling in year after year. The list of jammers for 2018 is still being formulated; however, Jeff “Skunk” Baxter (Steely Dan, The Doobie Brothers), Michael Bolton, Dave Brock (Wild Child), Felix Cavaliere (The Young Rascals), Alice Cooper, Kevin Cronin (REO Speedwagon), Micky Dolenz (The Monkees), Clare Dunn, Robby Krieger (The Doors), Huey Lewis, Robin Meade, Mike Mills (R.E.M.), Danny Seraphine (Chicago), Tommy Thayer (KISS), and Mickey Thomas (Starship) were among those highlighting last year’s event. This year’s Jam begins at 7:45 p.m. at the JW. There’s actual golf to be played beginning on Saturday with the first round of the tournament. The second round will be held Sunday, with tee times beginning at a very civilized 10 a.m., allowing Rheneypalooza By Matt McKay groupies plenty of recuperation time. The Saturday round will be played at the JW Marriott while golf action moves to the Classic Club on Sunday. Both courses are in Palm Desert. How much would you donate now? Well, that’s not all. After Saturday’s first round, the tournament’s “Saturday Soiree” at kicks off at 5:30 p.m. at the JW with a red carpet and cocktail party. Cocktails will be followed by dinner and both silent and live auctions. Post-dinner entertainment by Sixwire, a band often featured on the television show Nashville , begins at 9:30 p.m. The entire shindig wraps up after the final round on Sunday with an awards party for all golfers. For more information about the event, including sponsorship and participation opportunities, contact Jeanie Torchio with ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at 901.572.4929 or [email protected] ______Cathy and Patrick Warburton Matt McKay is a staff writer with Desert Golf & Tennis

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here are many reasons to join a private golf club. If you’re actually considering one, let’s break down what that really means. Private. Golf. Club. If your No. 1 reason to consider membership at a private golf club is to be a part of a special place where golf is everything, there’s a club in La Quinta that shares your priorities. Pull into Tthe parking lot and it’s immediately evident that The Quarry at La Quinta is just such a place. The signs are clear. The cart staging area and pro shop are mere steps from the parking lot. The expansive, multilevel, double-ended driving range and practice facility are just beyond. The locker rooms and dining area are adjacent, complete with an outdoor dining area overlooking the grounds. There is a spa, but its primary goal is to treat sore golfers. Unlike many other private clubs in the area, The Quarry’s members are not required to purchase any of the limited real estate offerings within the club gates. And there are cottages for use by members and their guests, situated just across the street from the clubhouse. Adjacent to the cottages is an 18-hole putting course with similar slopes, angles and speed one might encounter on the club’s par-72, Tom Fazio-designed course that stretches to 7,083 yards. Next to the putting course and on elevated ground “above” the clubhouse lies perhaps The Quarry’s biggest ace in the hole—a 10-hole short course, also designed by Fazio and opened in 2005, with holes ranging from 117-218 yards from the back tees. Each hole is designed with the intention of providing a practice course where all holes would easily blend into any Fazio championship layout, complete with ponds, creeks, Fazio’s extravagant bunker complexes and pacy, undulating greens. There’s also tennis court, just one, in case members need a temporary distraction from golf. All of this is tucked away in a back corner of La Quinta that one doesn’t just happen to pass through, surrounded by history and the Santa Rosa Mountains. Private? Check. Golf? Check. Club? Check.

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“We’re the ultimate golf experience,” says Mark Scheibach, general manager at The Quarry. “We obviously have a world- class golf course, putting course, short course and clubhouse, with all the social graces necessary. But what really sets us apart is the experience. The service levels are so high, the amenities so complete. The member experience and the casual nature of the club are what makes us special.” Scheibach is a big part of the club’s personality. While the facilities are first class in every way, the atmosphere at The Quarry is far from stuffy. In fact, members seem to interact as one big family, always checking on the rest of the family but quick with the needle at all times. “There’s two different kinds of people that will join The Quarry,” Scheibach says. in 1994. The club insists on keeping its materials for the Coachella Valley’s “The kind of person who’s a true golf member rolls at a lower level compared to development. There are seven holes that enthusiast, who likes the finest things in many other valley clubs. The exclusive unfold along the quarry floor, while four golf. And the type of person who membership allows The Quarry to holes sit atop a plateau, offering sweeping appreciates the type of membership we operate without tee times, and the valley vistas. have here. The members here are so typically sparse number of players on the “It’s visually stunning,” Scheibach adds. special, the camaraderie we have with the course at any one time helps to ramp up “You can play the golf course every day and members and all the different games we the pace of play. Five days a week, there is never get sick of playing it. The number of have with the ball tosses, it gives people a some sort of member-organized game, different tees, the big size of the greens and lot of options. It’s a special membership full which also promotes interaction and the the pin placements, the Fazio design—it’s of a lot of special people.” feeling of “family” among the members. just amazing. Every day it’s something The potential for some of the desert’s At a club where golf is numero uno , it’s different.” largest and more populous clubs to have a Fazio’s championship layout that’s the tee-time backlog resulting in five-hour biggest draw. Holes are routed through ______rounds is a big part of the reason The three distinct areas of what was formerly a Matt McKay is a staff writer with Quarry came to be, first opening its doors working quarry that produced raw Desert Golf & Tennis

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NOT-TO-MISS TOURNAMENTS The valley is home to many worthy golf and tennis tournaments, some charitable events, others celebrating the athleticism and skill of the best players in the world.

FEB 24 - MAR 4 Tennis: Oracle Challenger Series Indian Wells Tennis Garden Indian Wells, California The brand-new Oracle Challenger Series comes to the Indian Wells Tennis Garden ahead of the 2018 BNP Paribas Open. The Series consists of two ATP Challenger Tour events and two WTA 125K series events held as combined tournaments—the first of their kind. By Christine Loomis 760.200.8400.

MAR 1 - MAR 4 Patrick Warburton Celebrity Golf Tournament JW Marriott Desert Springs Golf Resort, Classic Club Golf Resort Palm Desert, California This annual celebrity golf fundraiser that includes music and a run benefits St. Jude’s Children Hospital. Foursomes are paired during a Friday evening pairings party. Saturday golf is played with two best balls and Sunday is a shamble with two best balls. 760.341.2211, 760.346.0015. MAR 5 Taste of Tennis Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa Indian Wells, California Mix and mingle with the world’s top tennis pros while savoring bites from top chefs and sips from fine wine and beverage companies—the way to kick off the BNP Paribas Open. 760.776.1234. MAR 5 - MAR 18 BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells Tennis Garden Indian Wells, California FEB 17 - FEB 19 It’s the tennis tournaments of tournaments, a two-week combined ATP Arnold Palmer's Celebrity Invitational World Tour Masters 1000 and WTA Tour Premier event featuring the top of the Desert men and women professional tennis players in the world. 800.999.1585. Desert Willow Golf Resort MAR 26 - APR 1 Palm Desert, California LPGA ANA Inspiration Championship This venerable tournament includes two days Mission Hills Country Club of stellar golf, three nights of parties, Rancho Mirage, California celebrities, friends and raising money to Golf’s first Major tournament of the year brings the top women golfers in the benefit the Arnold Palmer Hospital for world to Mission Hills Country Club to compete for a $2 million purse and Children and other local charities. the joy of jumping into Poppie’s Pond as a Major champion. 760.324.4546. 760.346.0015.

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ART, FOOD, NATURE & MORE The Coachella Valley offers residents and visitors festivals, fairs, athletic events, shows and experiences in a wide range of disciplines. Find the event that stirs your passions. FEB 17 Rancho Mirage Wine & Food Festival FEB 7, MAR 7, APR 4 RM Amphitheater & Community Park Art Walk & Wine Tasting Rancho Mirage, California The Art Place, Palm Desert Design District, Sip and savor a selection of more than 200 Palm Desert, California handcrafted wines from top-tier wineries and Stroll the galleries at The Art Place, Palm Desert cuisine from 15 top local chefs. The festival Design District, where you’ll find contemporary art, supports local charities via a silent auction. fine furniture and decor and enjoy complimentary Admission includes a souvenir wine glass plus wine tasting while you do it. 760.880.3848. gourmet appetizers, cheeses, artisan breads and olive oils. 760.805.2131

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Hole 14, 148 Yards Hole 17, 179 Yards Looking down on the 14th green from the tee, this par 3 is the The final par 3 has been the hole in many past events that has shortest of the four but could be the most dangerous. The front played a pivotal role in the outcome of this Major. This par 3 has right water hazard stares in the face of golfers, but the real two deep bunkers that guard the front of the green, front right dangers are the bunkers hiding on the left side of the green. It’s and front left. The putting surface has a large bowl in the front very common for golfers to avoid the water and over compensate, section, while the back section features a ridge that divides it in thus ending up in the bunkers, which leads to an extremely half. Again, positioning your ball in the same section of the green difficult sand shot hitting toward the water. The small putting as the hole is critical. If your ball is not in that same section, a surface is divided with a subtle ridge that runs from left to right challenging putt remains, especially if the hole is located in the through the middle of the green. A front-hole location is the front bowl and your ball is in the middle of the green. That will easiest for golfers to attack, utilizing the ridge behind the hole to require putting the ball down a steep ridge while trying to The LPGA kicks off the 2018 Majors with the ANA Inspiration at Mission Hills Country Club, March 29-April 1. The Mission Hills backspin the ball and get the ball close to the hole. prevent it from rolling off the green. Country Club Tournament Course showcases four of the Coachella Valley’s best par-3 holes, which will surely make a difference in the outcome of this year’ s tournament. Lets take a look at these holes that the world’s best women golfers will be facing. Pro Tip Pro Tip I prefer to use the right edge of the left bunkers as an aiming This tee shot is very difficult and whatever the golfer can do to point on this tee shot and execute a little fade into the hole get the ball onto the putting surface is key. I like to aim for the location. With the hole in the front of the green, my little fade can bowl in the front section and execute a straight ball flight into the Hole 5, 182 Yards Hole 8, 169 Yards use the ridge behind the hole as a backstop. When the hole heart of the green. Visually this is a beautiful par 3 with the majestic San Jacinto This challenging par 3 has three shelves on the green going from location is in the back of the green, I take a club extra to create a Mountain looming in the background. The green is guarded by the lowest shelf on the front right corner, to a higher middle shelf flatter trajectory with that same fade ball flight. water at the front, left and long as the green sits out on a peninsula. that is a smaller section in the middle of the green, to the highest The most challenging aspect of this hole is traditionally the wind. shelf that is in the back left corner. The priority of the tee shot is Most often the wind comes directly into a player’s face, which makes to position your ball on to the same shelf on which the hole is club selection difficult. The golfer’s ability to control the trajectory located. Not being on the same shelf will leave a challenging putt. of the ball into the wind is vital to clearing the water in front of the green and keeping the ball from rolling over the green into the Pro’s Tip water. The sides of the green are shaved down so any ball that just The location of the hole dictates the type of shot necessary here. I misses the putting surface is doomed to roll into the water. prefer to use the front left bunker as my aiming point and then work the ball according to the specific location of the hole. If it’s at Pro’s Tip the back left corner of the green, I execute a straight ball flight. If On this hole, I prefer to aim the ball at the front right bunker and it’s located on the middle shelf or front right corner shelf, it’s play for a right-to-left draw, working the ball into the middle of the necessary to execute a slight fade into those locations. green. This shape of shot will help the ball penetrate through the wind. Working the ball off the right bunker into the middle of the green helps utilize the ridge in the middle of the green to help land the ball softly on the putting surface.

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With every exhale, one must move gradually deeper into the This posture looks easy but holding a static position with your crescent moon shape toward an appropriate depth without arms over your head for 60 seconds and alternating sides for a total distortion—no twisting or turning—then hold static. This posture is of two minutes, in a heated room to boot, proves to be quite one full minute in length from the start of the movement until challenging. students reach their personal full expression. How deep that final Visibly, students notice a firming and trimming of their waistline, expression is varies according to body type, flexibility and butt and thighs, but the internal benefits, such as facilitating proper experience. Regardless, depth is not as important as form. kidney function, are at the heart of the Bikram Yoga asanas. It doesn’t Often a Bikram teacher will instruct students to imagine gliding matter how you look on the outside if your body systems are failing in between two panes of glass—one in front of them and one behind systemically. them—to give them a visual of moving in a straight line as many Todd Pence, a student at Bikram Yoga El Paseo in Palm Desert and beginners find themselves twisted in this posture. PGA professional at The Fairways Golf Course in Cheney, There was a famous picture of Andy Murray circulating back in Washington, states, “When I do Half Moon Pose, I get an extreme 2013, shortly after he won Wimbledon. He was photographed on stretch in my upper lats. It also helps to lengthen the sides of my the tennis court in Half Moon Pose. The Iron You website featured body, allowing me to make a bigger turn and increase the width in an article that included the picture, “Andy Murray, A Bikram Yoga my backswing.” Enthusiast,” and noted the imbalance of tennis players’ bodies Once students have completed the right side, they come back to causing a dominant side. Half Moon Pose definitely helps to counter center, re-engage their biceps against their ears, gluing their arms to this imbalance. their head and their wrists together. They take a deep breath and Murray became such a Bikram yoga enthusiast that there were slowly repeat the asana on their left side in the same manner and for several pictures of him rocking a yoga posture while on the tennis the same duration as on the right. They then come back to center court back then. and once again re-engage before moving into the next two parts of This pure lateral flexion of the spine strengthens the abdomen the initial warm-up, Backward Bending and Hands-to-Feet Pose, along with other core muscle groups. Additionally, Half Moon Pose which we’ll cover in the next issue. increases flexibility of the entire length of the spine and flexes and strengthens shoulders and upper back muscles. ______Sophie Scott, osteopath of the Lawn Tennis Association, the Ann Marie Palma, RDH, BS, is a contributor national governing body of tennis in Great Britain, told the BBC, to Desert Golf & Tennis and owner “Bikram yoga has been extremely beneficial to our players. It of Bikram Yoga El Paseo provides a warm environment to engage in a routine of exercises that help flexibility, mobility, control and coordination—all key elements for a tennis player.”

olfers and tennis players looking to balance out their Moon Pose, with Backward Bending and Hands-to-Feet Pose. The bodies and gain a greater range of motion truly focus of this article is solely Half Moon Pose. appreciate the first warm-up posture following the This initial movement is comprised of a side bend that forms the Gbreathing exercise in Bikram yoga. Every posture in the body into the shape of a half moon. The student starts in a solid Bikram series has its own benefits individually, but the combination foundation with feet together, heels and toes touching. Arms are of the entire practice, 26 poses (asanas) with two breathing exercises, raised above the head and hands are in an interlaced grip with gives the greatest therapeutic and functional result. thumbs crossed and index fingers pointing up to the ceiling like a The postures are in a strategic order with the standing series church steeple, with wrists tightly pressed together. The arms are getting practitioners ready for the floor series. The floor series, which “glued” to the head against the ears, thus becoming an extension of includes the spine-strengthening sequence, structures each posture the spine. to prepare for the next. None could be accomplished as well without Students are instructed to always lengthen the spine by creating the extreme four-way stretch that the initial warm-up posture space between the vertebrae before going into this posture. They provides, starting with simultaneous side stretching, namely Half are then instructed to begin to bend their upper body toward the Moon Pose or as they say in Sanskrit, Pada Hastasana . right side of the room while simultaneously pushing their hips off Once again the mirror is a powerful tool that allows the student center of their ankles toward the left side of the room. The key is to to focus on correct form to maximize therapeutic benefits. not collapse into the side body but rather arc the body as if you are lifting yourself up and over a gigantic beach ball stuck to your side. The Warm-up: Pada Hastasana Breath is important as it guides one slowly up and over with proper Following 10 minutes of pranayama breathing, which was alignment. Unlike the breathing technique used in pranayama, in covered in the last article (DEC/JAN), is a series of warm-up through the nose, out through the mouth, the breathing method postures starting with bending the body in all four directions. The for the rest of the asana is in through the nose and out through the four asanas are combined together in what is referred to as Half nose with the mouth sealed shut.

48 Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 49 Jennie Robinson

Toscana Country Club Awesome home situated on an elevated lot with highly sought after southern exposure. Forever mountain views! 3300 sq ft with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths including an over sized casita. Vanishing pocket doors across the great room for seamless indoor outdoor living. Pool/Spa, fire pit, built-in BBQ. $1,895,000.

ew homes are the big winners. We’re seeing a boom in pickleball. Toscana is offering a young executive membership new-home sales inside and outside of country clubs, program to attract the next generation of members. and in all price ranges. Highly sought after Madison Club in La Quinta, which provides the best of the best, Ncontemporary styles are selling briskly, land and lot has also seen a banner year. The average sales price of homes sold sales are doing well, too. There’s also a new type of buyer coming was $7.8 million, and the price of 23 vacant lots ranged from into the Coachella Valley market. $800,000 to $2.5 million. That’s impressive considering there are Among clubs, one of the big success stories has been Andalusia just 275 home sites here. The club’s motto is ‘If you can dream it, Country Club in La Quinta. Over the past year, 32 homes priced we can provide it.’ Madison club offers the finest of everything, PGA West over $1 million sold in Andalusia. Andalusia offers an expansive including a stellar Tom Fazio golf course. Fantastic model perfect home. Offering a very private resort style backyard with pool, spa, water feature fire place new clubhouse, state-of-the-art fitness center, tennis facility, Old Palm Springs continues to be a hot market in terms of mid- and built-in BBQ. Over 3100 sq ft with 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Highly upgraded. Open great room plan with community swimming pool, dog park, family game room and a century home sales as well as new-built homes that are modeled in multiple sliders for easy indoor outdoor living. $820,000 turnkey furnished. paved seven-mile walking/bike path around the perimeter of the the mid-century style. Recent city ordinances restricting short- property. The new homes are light, bright and contemporary term rentals have caused some push back in the market for inside with vanishing walls of glass that take advantage of stunning investors. Although prices were up 10 percent, sales were down 15 views. Andalusia features an 18-hole Reese Jones championship percent over 2016. In the past year, 174 homes priced over $1 golf course, and there are plans to add a second course. million have sold. Toscana County Club in Indian Wells has also had a banner year Established high-end clubs have seen a building boom. Many of with 38 homes sold. The club recently opened new updated the custom estates are spec homes that will give buyers another models with pocket doors, contemporary flooring and lighter option. The Hideaway in La Quinta, for example, has 14 homes finishes. Toscana offers two Jack Nicklaus Signature courses, a under construction. fitness center, topnotch tennis and an amazing clubhouse. A One of the most exciting happenings in 2017 was the grand recently opened addition to the clubhouse and spa area includes al opening of the new $70 million Big Horn Country Club clubhouse. fresco dining. There’s a large pool and in addition to tennis there’s Saying it is completely over the top is an under statement. It’s the

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from the hot costal California markets and the San Francisco Bay area. Washington and Oregon are also bringing in many buyers. What’s more interesting is that the age of buyers is coming down with the entry of millennials (ages 24-38) and a big group of Gen Xs (ages 39-53). Baby Boomers (ages 54-72) are still the largest buyers, but the younger buyers are looking for a more comprehensive experience. In addition to golf and tennis they want luxurious spas and fitness centers, outdoor activities such as hiking and biking, tennis and pickle ball, and they want family activities and fine-dining options. Clubs and communities are adjusting to meet their needs. ______Jennie Robinson is a 26-year desert resident, top-producing realtor with Bennion and Deville Home and single-digit golfer. To view the entire MLS and see details on all of the country Clubs in the desert visit her website at: or email first of its kind in the Coachella Valley and The Reserve Country club also saw a nice [email protected] positioned to attract new members. It resurgence in sales in 2017, with 23 homes seems to be working. There were 21 home sold in the $750,000 to $5.5 million range . sales over the past year ranging from $1.4 Buyers are coming from all areas of the million to $9.8 million. country. We’re seeing a surge of buyers

52 Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 fine Dining

By Alison Elsner


he term “concession” hardly describes the 2018 BNP Like the flagship location in Beverly Hills, Spago here will serve Paribas Open dining experience. It’s more like an market-driven, fresh cuisine for lunch and dinner, such as the epiphany—a dramatic, taste bud altering realization of popular Smoked-Salmon Pizza, Chinese Chicken Salad and Twhat true quality cuisine is all about. Each year, the Wiener Schnitzel. Entrees include Angel Hair Pasta with Marinara lineup of culinary offerings grows stronger. The selection of top- Sauce, Steamed Sea Bass, Grilled Octopus with White Beans, quality restaurants helmed by renowned chefs is part and parcel of Chinois Lamb Chops and Chilled Maine Lobster Salad as well as the exceptional presentation that welcomes tennis fans and foodies sandwiches, burgers and steaks. Dishes range from about $20 to to the Indian Wells Tennis Garden during this world-famous $48. tournament. Classic desserts are offered, such as crème brûlée and molten Diners should keep in mind that the restaurants fill quickly, chocolate cake. But it’s the tennis-themed confections that are especially in between matches and depending on player guaranteed to make an impression. Sorbet is served in a tennis ball- competitions. Seating is walk in only; no reservations are accepted. shaped shell of white chocolate, complemented with warm Prepare to equip yourself with a cocktail from one of the many raspberry sauce and a decorative chocolate tennis racquet—fully patio bars and the wait time will hardly be noticeable. edible and thoroughly delicious. However you define it, this sporting event is clearly not just All of this is enjoyed with unprecedented views of about tennis. Larry Ellison, Indian Wells Tennis Garden owner, championship court action. There are less glamorous ways to take continues to elevate the caliber of every aspect of the BNP Paribas in meal, but frankly, we’re not interested in knowing what those are. Open, including dining. This year, four restaurants showcase the tournament’s stature in a bold and brilliant way. NOBU James Beard Award-winning chef Nobuyuki “Nobu” SPAGO Matsuhisa made his Indian Wells debut in 2014 and returns for his For the second year, Chef Wolfgang Puck’s Spago returns to fifth year in 2018, overlooking Stadium Two. His namesake high- Indian Wells Tennis Garden, bringing along world-class dining with end sushi bar and contemporary restaurant blends traditional the best in California cuisine for the duration of the tournament. Japanese dishes and seafoods with Peruvian ingredients. The menu The name Wolfgang Puck, renowned restaurateur and James will include such popular selections as Black Cod with Miso, Beard Lifetime Achievement Award winner, has become Tiradito, Yellowtail Jalapeño, Nobu Tacos, Rock Shrimp Tempura synonymous with an innovative style of cooking that once in a Lettuce Cup, King Crab Tempura with Amazu Ponzu, Kobe redefined fine dining. His trademark dishes have succeeded in Beef with Crispy Shiitake Mushrooms and Sugar Snap Peas, a revolutionizing the culinary industry. variety of fresh sashimi and sushi selections and desserts such as the Puck, an avowed tennis fan who worked as a ball boy for a Bento Box Warm Chocolate Soufflé Cake, Banana Caramel Soy tournament in his native , made his first foray into a sports Tobanyaki and Warm Pistachio Soufflé. stadium with his presence here last year. Once again, Spago will A classically trained sushi chef, Matsuhisa has been influenced feature a 100-seat restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows by every country in which his restaurants are located, a span of five overlooking the Stadium One center court. Seats directly continents. From an operations and service standpoint, Nobu overlooking the court come with a $75 per person food and drink knows the drill with regard to exhibition-style restaurants at sports minimum at lunch and $100 per person at dinner. stadiums and special events. He also has established temporary SPAGO Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 55 fine Dining fine Dining

Piero’s PizzaVino and will again feature a second location on Wally’s Desert Turtle tournament this year, noting that the restaurant the tournament grounds, a pop-up “to-go” will, like last year, be busy. “Big names,” he says, restaurant on level one overlooking “mean big crowds.” Stadium One. The main restaurant will feature a full WALLY’S DESERT TURTLE bar. Menu offerings will reflect those Brand new to the tournament’s culinary served at the El Paseo location, on a offerings this year is the fine California cuisine of somewhat smaller scale, with choices of Wally’s Desert Turtle, with indoor and patio appetizers, sandwiches, salads and entrees. seating overlooking the matches in Stadium Two. Hot ticket items will feature the eatery’s Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, Wally’s authentic Neapolitan pizza cooked in an is a desert icon at its oh-so-elegant Rancho Mirage 800-degree, wood-burning oven and 20 location. Established in 1978 by Wally Botello, other pizzas, as well as Meat Balls Napoli Wally’s Desert Turtle continues to thrive under Style, Fried Calamari, Black Mussels, the ownership and operation of Michael and Tuscan Wedge Salad, PizzaVino Caesar, Nicole Botello, Wally’s son and daughter-in-law. Chicken Piccata, Eggplant Parmigiana, The extensive menu features dishes prepared Rigatoni and sweets such as Tiramisu and by classically trained Executive Chef Pascal homemade Cannolis. Entrees range from Lallemand, and the BNP Paribas version of the $19 to $26, pizzas from $15 to $20. eatery will feature savory and sweet options to Owner Piero Pierratoni, along with his please any palate. Favorite entrées include Pan wife and PizzaVino co-owner Sheri, had a Fried Lake Superior Whitefish, Scottish Salmon, locations in the Hamptons and in Monte aficionados as well as a new generation of vision to bring the best authentic Italian Maple Leaf Seared Duck Breast and Bellwether Carlo during the Grand Prix. Entrée master chefs. pizza to the desert. He opened Piero’s Ricotta Gnocchi. Prices range from $28 to $60. pricing is competitive with other fine- PizzaVino on El Paseo a few years back. Soups and salads include French Onion Soup, dining restaurants at tournament, and PIERO’S PIZZAVINO Born in Italy, Pierratoni hails from Boston Lettuce and Bay Shrimp Salad and Gioia there are “snacks” offered on the menu as PizzaVino is the other veteran of the generations of cooks, learning to create Burrata with Heirloom Tomatoes. Appetizers well. It’s all as it should be. After all, this is BNP restaurant club, having been part of exceptional Italian cuisine from his father. range from $16 for Escargots of Burgundy to $145 Nobu Matsuhisa, the iconic chef behind an the tournament’s dining program since Now, he pairs it with exceptional tennis for Golden Osetra Caviar. Desserts at Wally’s are empire of innovative food, sleek 2014. It will again overlook Stadium Two and a superb viewing experience. works of art, from Wally’s soufflés to Cinnamon atmosphere and inspiration for food with a full restaurant on the second level, Pierratoni is excited to be back at the Carrot Cake and Baked Alaska. Prepare to savor.

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B.S. Taqueria ADDITIONAL DINING OPTIONS Cassell’s Burgers Sherman’s Deli FOOD & SNACKS Baja Mex: Tasty South-of-the Border selections including chicken tinga, carne asada burritos and tacos, garden-fresh tostadas, nachos and quesadillas.

B.S. Taqueria: Gourmet street tacos, house- made salsas, signature carnitas and homemade churros from L.A’s Ray Garcia, Esquire Chef of the Year.

Cassell’s Burgers: Famous for its Hotel Normandie location in Los Angeles, serving up house-ground patties on a Parker House bun, along with Kennebec Popcornopolis: Sweet and spicy popcorn fries and creamy milkshakes. and fresh-baked cookies.

Dave’s Doghouse: Juicy char-grilled and Sear: Gourmet burgers and delicious East Coast-inspired gourmet hot dogs desserts along with beer, wine by the glass from two-star Michelin Chef Josiah Citrin. and other beverages. Diners can complete the experience with a Garden. The addition of Wally’s to this dessert wine, port or after-dinner drink year’s power-hitting roster of restaurants FanFare: Traditional hot dogs and specialty John’s: American standards such as KoGui: Korean BBQ with international Sherman’s Deli: New York-style such as a Grasshopper or Brandy makes it easy to see why reviewers sandwiches. hamburgers, hot dogs, fries and chicken flavors and one-of-a-kind fusion dishes. delicatessen and bakery serving up hot Alexander. compare the BNP Paribas Open to the strips as well as gyros, Greek salads and brisket, pastrami sandwiches, soups, salads The winning Wally’s combination of luxury experience of venues such as Fish Market: Fresh from the sea items such more. Melissa’s Market: Healthy tossed salads, and fresh bakery goodies. old-school elegance and classic décor Wimbledon. as Fish and Chips, New England Lobster fresh fruit, vegetable wraps and perfectly complement the upscale Restaurants are open daily to ticket Roll, Baja Fish Tacos and a Sushi Bento Box. Kabob: Mediterranean fare and creative sandwiches. Scoops: Hand-scooped ice cream and root ambiance and star-power of the Tennis holders only, March 5 – 18, 2018. desserts. beer floats.

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The Sports Bar Michelob ULTRA Pavilion and Bar: Light beers and more to enjoy while watching matches live on video walls or listening to live evening entertainment on the Village Stage.

Moët & Chandon Circle of Palms: A central location to enjoy Champagne all day long.

Moët & Chandon Terrace: Serving Champagne, wine and cocktails at a full- service bar.

Snack Express: Quick pick-up items player-signature dishes—perfect for The Point Bar: Full bar service with including lemonade, soft pretzels, gourmet patrons waiting to dine at Spago, Nobu, selections of craft beer and California wines popcorn, ice cream, hot dogs, soda, beer Piero’s PizzaVino or Wally’s Desert Turtle. by the glass. and bottled water. Signature Margaritas: Creations such as the RumChata Oasis and RumChata Oasis Wetzel’s Pretzels: Soft, warm pretzels, No Fault and Frozen Cadillac margaritas. Shade Pavilion: Specialty cocktails by with or without salt. RumChata plus beer, wine and other Citrus Freeze: Thirst-quenching mocha, beverages. 15 Love: Serving Lavazza coffee, specialty orange and frozen lemonade concoctions. drinks, sandwiches, snacks, hand-scooped Shock Top: National craft beer to pair with ice cream and sweets. Golden Road: Local craft beer bratwursts and snacks. accompanying items such as French dips ______BEVERAGES and snacks. Alison Elsner is a staff writer with Desert Golf & Tennis The Sports Bar: Close to on-court action Lavazza Café: Specialty coffee drinks with over 50 televisions, plenty of A/C and including cold brews on a hot day.

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By Christine Loomis

Venus De Fido Photo by Gregg Felsen

The Well Spa at Miramonte Resort & Spa Spa Las Palmas, Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa

The desert is a wellspring of healing, de-stressing, relaxing, underactive muscles, balancing them in an integrated, individual rejuvenating, energizing and repairing spa treatments, some to workout program. Sorry, that’s for humans only. indulge in on your own, some to share with your significant other and some to share (almost) with your pet. The Well Spa at Miramonte Resort & Spa, A Destination Resort, Indian Wells Venus De Fido, A Palm Desert Spa and Fitness Center for People Among this spa’s highlights are wellness special events including and their Pets full-moon yoga evenings and healing sage burnings. The spa also Perhaps the region’s most creative spa offering is here, “the spa and features saltwater pools, indoor and outdoor treatment spaces and fitness center for people and their pets.” Yes, their pets. Whether or a fitness center. not the pets will be enamored with the Italian design and ambiance is unknown, but the humans certainly will be. On the menu: Spa Las Palmas, Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa massages, facials, hair, waxing and nail treatments and services for Promote flexibility, reduce fatigue, improve endurance and help humans, along with a therapeutic salt cave. Four-legged spa-goers prevent injuries with the Rancho Sports Conditioning Massage, or are treated to grooming and day-care services and play in the indoor go romantic with the Desert Hideaway Couples Massage. An dog park. Training classes range from basic obedience to agility and excellent anti-inflammatory option is the Cactus Detox Wrap, K9 training. Perhaps best of all, the spa now offers a golf fitness perfect for easing inflammation-related aches and pains. program that includes swing analysis and targets overactive and

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Two Bunch Palms Resort and Spa Spa Esmeralda at Renaissance Indian Wells Resort & Spa

The Spa at Desert Springs, JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa

The Spa at Desert Springs, JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa Back, neck and shoulder massage, custom aromatherapy, sports massage, muscle and joint relief and a detox slimming treatment are among the massage options. Body treatments include scrubs, wraps and masks that soothe, heal and brighten. A locally inspired Coachella Date Facial is on the menu along with a facial designed to make skin its best in dry desert conditions.

Palm Springs Yacht Club, Parker Palm Springs, Palm Springs If you’ve never experienced a Thai massage, try the Thai Inspired massage here, sure to stretch tight Palm Springs Yacht Club, Parker Palm Springs, Palm Springs muscles and relieve tension. There’s a massage and facial just for pregnant women and the Matriarch facial is all about anti-aging, firming and preventative care. The Body Fitness Facial is aimed at slimming, illuminating and toning, and if you’re looking for a healthful body treatment there are salt and sugar Agua Serena Spa at Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa scrubs and clay and seaweed wraps.

Spa La Quinta at the La Quinta Resort & Club, A Two Bunch Palms Resort and Spa and dates that includes an energizing experienced followed by a Waldorf Astoria Resort Perhaps no spa in the desert is as well known as Two Bunch Palms deeply moisturizing application, and the Sun and Pigment Repair The Glistening Agave Body Glaze is 75 minutes of where celebrities and A-listers have long gone for wellness retreats. help repair sun damage. skin-loving bliss that exfoliates, hydrates and releases The mud baths are as legendary as they are relaxing and healing. tension. You can experience a traditional Hawaiian Men can indulge in a facial customized just for them, and two water Spa Esmeralda at Renaissance Indian Wells Resort & Spa Lomi Lomi massage, a Thai massage or treatments treatments combine the soothing effects of warm water with If sharing a massage with your true love is a thought, try the Deluxe specifically for athletes and sports enthusiasts. There massage or yoga stretching for sublime results. Detox and sound- Couples Massage here that includes aromatherapy oil, champagne are treatments just for mothers-to-be, junior and vibration healing are among the body treatments. and chocolates. On the more spiritual side, the Thaiyurveda men’s facials and facials to reverse the signs of aging. If treatment addresses the mind, heart, body and energy via reducing stress and quieting the mind are goals, this Agua Serena Spa at Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa application of herbal compresses and massage. If it’s soothing you spa has several intriguing wellness rituals, and there Athletes of all levels should consider the Athletic Restoration desire, there’s the Lavender Dreams body treatment using organic are treatments for sun worshippers, too. massage, which relieves discomfort from lactic acid build-up and lavender oils and natural minerals. The Exotic Lime and Ginger Salt includes stretching as part of the therapy. Because everyone in the Glo is all about invigorating as it stimulate metabolism and tones, Spa La Quinta at the La Quinta Resort & Club, A Waldorf Astoria Resort desert needs extra hydration, there’s a treatment featuring cactus cleanses and purifies the skin.

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The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage

Sunstone Spa, Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa

Massage or the Indigenous Desert Clay Wrap. There are seven treatments especially for men.

Sunstone Spa, Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa Among the specials here: A Bourbon Bubbler Pedicure in which The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage feet are immersed in a soak of vitamins, followed by a brown-sugar- Peace and wellbeing are the touchstones of treatments at this spa pecan-whiskey polish that diminishes calluses and leaves a oasis. Inspired by native tribes, the Sec-He Rock Ritual honors the glistening sheen. If you’ve had injuries, try the Blue Sage Anti- rituals of the Cahuilla Indians who valued the healing properties of Inflammatory Mud Wrap to reduce inflammation and soothe sore the region’s natural rock resources and mineral baths. The Desert muscles. Wildflower Poultice Massage soothes aching muscles by ______combining rhythmic massage with indigenous organic herbs. If Christine Loomis is a staff editor & writer with your game has been stressing you, consider the Stress Relief Desert Golf & Tennis

66 Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 luxury autos

By Aaron Atwood

The new engine, a 3.0-liter V-6, delivers 354 horsepower. This is ground clearance for days when the scenic route is calling you. the same as the previous model but the new engine is There’s also a loading-height feature, activated by a button in the turbocharged, giving a nice long toque band from lower ends of the cargo area, which lowers the SQ5 to five inches, making loading rev range. The Quattro all-wheel-drive can deliver up to 100 your groceries that much easier. Audi designers embarked on a journey to give drivers everything they want in a car with the percent of the power to just one wheel if needed, so the car is Audi has a very competitive market for the SQ5 with Porsche, new SQ5 crossover. The Q5 platform is selling well for Audi, but execs aren’t resting on their continually putting the power where you want it. Jaguar and Alfa Romeo all clamoring for attention with their luxury sales figures. The redesigned SQ5 improves like only a German-engineered auto can. The combination of features that you can set, adjust and control crossovers. The body design of the new SQ5 walks a delicate balance A methodical approach to making everything better on the SQ5 has resulted in exactly that. makes for a completely customized feel. Dial in one of either: Auto, between understated and eager. Bodylines running along the front Comfort, Dynamic, Individual, All-road or Off-road to find the shoulders of the hood present a hint of aggressiveness. The spoiler The new SQ5 imagines a driver that wants a vehicle to do it all, and the SQ5 comes very close— suspension feel and handling you want. In Dynamic mode, the and five-spoke tires allude to a mean streak. The four-ringed grill is we’re still waiting on our breakfast order but maybe that will arrive with next year’s model. engine note turns from a hum to a growl. The power shifts to work classic Audi, giving a stability and consistency that brings assurance. Speed, handling, tech and styling all deliver in a package that pleases. the corners aggressively and get the SQ5 in front of the pack. Even the performance numbers seem under-reported. In To take full advantage of everything in the SQ5, you must choose a loaded model. Take our The adjustable air suspension option makes the SQ5 ride lower Dynamic mode, most road testers swear the 0-60 mph, reported at (seven inches) on the road for better handling. Drivers can vary ride 5.1 seconds, must be lower. Perhaps Audi is under promising and advice and don’t skimp on features. You’ll get suspension features, steering and speed that make heights using the Off-road mode to raise the height to nine inches of over delivering? every extra worth its weight in enjoyment.

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There’s nothing missing from the between navigation, entertainment and Audi has long been an innovator in interior. The leather-wrapped shifter and communication simple. Drivers can use voice driver-assisted technology. In recent years, steering wheel are perfect. A touchpad recognition to speak their commands to the it has cleared nearly every hurdle to and an infotainment control center give computer or write their selection on the autonomous driving. The features on the drivers features that make toggling touchpad. Everything is at your fingertips. SQ5 make safety second nature. It seems a virtual lock that Audi will have a fully autonomous car soon. In fact, in road tests last year, the SQ5 drove across the U.S., 99- percent computer-aided. The Q5 platform takes a step forward in the 2018 SQ5. Drivers get a car that does everything but doesn’t look like it’s trying to brag about being the best on the block. Yet there’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that the SQ5 contends for top prize in the division. At around $65,000 fully loaded, the SQ5 punches above its weight. This is a luxury car. The performance numbers don’t lie. Audi has quietly built a better crossover to deliver exactly what its owners want—a car that can do it all. ______Aaron Atwood is a staff writer with Desert Golf & Tennis

Where to Find Your Own Audi SQ5 Audi Rancho Mirage 71265 Highway 111 Rancho Mirage, California 888.724.0635

70 Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 style report r e n s l E There’s no reason for the groundhog’s verdict to dictate our n o s

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y parties enveloped by fresh flowers emerging all around us. B A fresh, new crop of resort wear stands at the ready to accompany our travels, whether across town or across the hemispheres. These designs are versatile enough to don right here at home for upcoming charity events or for late-winter getaways on another continent.

AQUAZZURA Fashion favorite Aquazzura explodes onto the scene for the New Year with sensuous shoe styles from the 2018 Resort Collection and previews from the Spring 2018 Collection. Aquazzura’s founder and creative director, Colombian born Edgardo Osorio, launched the luxury footwear label in 2011 after earning his chops at some of the biggest fashion houses in the world, including Salvatore Ferragamo, Sigerson Morrison and Roberto Cavalli. Osorio takes inspiration from traditional European quality and craftsmanship, combined with resolutely modern design. His teasers for the Spring 2018 Collection, although largely embargoed until their official release during Paris Fashion Week at the end of February, are clearly influenced by the rich, sumptuous colors and textures of India, the Far East and North Africa. A fine example of this ornamental influence is the Aquazzura Lily of the Valley Mule, part of the Spring 2018 Preview. Bold and delicate at the same time, the suede slide mule in Jaipur Pink has a slender 4.3-inch covered stiletto heel with a peep toe and scooped collar. Fabric flower appliques, arranged into a mini floral bouquet, accent the vamp, and the lining and sole are constructed of pure leather. Lily of the Valley sells for $865. Also part of the Aquazzura Spring 2018 Preview, the Harlow Pearlescent Satin Pump has a 5.5-inch covered stiletto heel with platform, knotted strap bands, cutout heel, open toe and a d’Orsay silhouette. The satin cherry print, with leafy green vines and blooming white cherry blossoms, is accented with double rows of star studs and a trim of glossy pearls underneath the foot bed, against a background of pale pink. The leather sole includes Aquazzura’s trademark gold-dipped metal pineapple logo, and the padded leather insole displays the “Aquazzura Firenze” brand stamped in gold. Harlow is available for $950. Selections from the Aquazzura 2018 Resort Collection make packing for a trip an exhilarating experience. The Goddess Sandal is an ideal inclusion for any travel itinerary, crafted in Italy from silky satin with a series of intricately braided straps along the sides and center. The stiletto heel features an alluring open-toe, elegant straps that hug the foot and a back zipper for ease of dress. The style looks smashing with a cocktail dress, rolled denim or pleated shorts, and the best part is that they are available in a bright, vibrant azalea pink as well as in soft and gentle powder pink. Pick up one – or two – pair for $950 each. Osario has said of his upcoming collections, “After being in India, I wanted to start the collection there. You see the colors, the embroidery, the fabrics, the idea of embellishments. There are a lot of embroideries inspired by the saris.” The inspiration is evident in the Aquazzura Sunflower Studded Mule Slide, also from the 2018 Resort Collection. The flat mule slide is made from azalea pink silk moiré, with nine sweet little sunflowers with studded gold-tone centers adorning the upper. The metallic flat heel and pointed toe are flattering to the leg and comfortable for long wear. The Sunflower Slide may be purchased for $695.

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RENÉ CAOVILLA in subtle hues of blush pink, citrine, dark white heel insert. This sandal retails for Well known for his opulent, elegantly lavender and clear. The spike heel $795, exclusively at Neiman Marcus. detailed shoes, Italian designer René measures 4.1 inches high and is Your toes won’t be in the sand the Caovilla has worked with some of the constructed with an open toe, slender whole time, so these shoe styles will set you world’s most prestigious haute-couture strap bands and the signature corkscrew up in style for whatever your social houses, including Valentino, Christian snake wraparound ankle strap. The sandal calendar has in store. Plus, you can always Dior and Chanel. Taking over the family sells for $1,295 at Neiman Marcus or wear stilettos in a hammock. business from his father in the 1960s, his $1,530 through the René Caovilla website. ______own René Caovilla collection features The René Caovilla Multi-Embellished Alison Elsner is a staff writer with sculptural shoes that are considered Sandal, also from the Resort 2018 Desert Golf & Tennis wearable works of art. In 2000, he began Collection, will definitely make you the creating his famous jeweled shoes, many of center of attention, so be prepared. The them encrusted with precious gems. As delicate calf leather sandal is crafted with a BUYERS GUIDE almost coveted pieces of precious jewelry, column of crystal embellishments in colors Find your own stylish shoes Caovilla designs have often been displayed such as bright pink, fiery orange, sapphire by glitterati such as Kate Beckinsale, Robin blue, vibrant teal and lemony yellow, Aquazzura Wright, Jennifer Aniston, Gigi and Bella varying in shape and size as they climb the Hadid, Jessica Chastain and Adriana Lima. foot and ankle. The 4.1-inch stiletto heel Caovilla’s Resort 2018 Collection slenderizes the leg and features an open toe (Aquazzura Goddess doesn’t disappoint, with a range of with thin strappy bands, an adjustable Sandal and Aquazzura Sunflower Studded Mule) materials and heel heights for any scenario. ankle strap, soft pink leather lining the The René Caovilla Embellished Printed insole and the signature glittered outsole René Caovilla Fabric Slingback Pump is a lively design in and inner heel spike. These are available for painterly printed fabric with splashes of $1,095. René pink, peach, yellow, blue, green and purple Perfect for knocking about the farmer’s along with a soft pink leather insole. market or an al fresco lunch, the René Neiman Marcus Multicolor crystals provide intricate Caovilla Flower-Tie Flat Thong Sandal is a 601 Newport Center Drive embellishments atop the shoe, which has a sweet, casual style with flirty flower motifs, Newport Beach, California two-inch metallic heel, pointed toe and an making it appear as though a delicate green 949.759.1900 adjustable slingback strap. The style vine traces the ankle with pretty white and features the signature silvery glittered yellow flower accents. The flat-thong outsole and is available for $1,125. sandal is a timeless expression. It’s easy to Neiman Marcus Representing one of Caovilla’s more see why it’s included in the Resort 2018 Fashion Show popular themes and part of the Resort Collection, with a T-strap along the vamp, a 3200 Las Vegas Boulevard South 2018 Collection, the Crystal Snake-Coil self-tie ankle wrap and tiny covered heel Las Vegas, Nevada Sandal is a lovely work in pale pink satin with golden trim. Lined in leather, the 702.731.3636 with mini crystal tone-on-tone rhinestones signature glittered outsole has a bright

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Galstyan says, “I have a huge passion, sometimes obsession, with diamonds and gems, and I love to design my own styles. It is really fascinating to see the process through from start to finish.” Galstyan sources his jewels from all over the globe, and each piece is manufactured in the United States or Europe. He is also a bench jeweler with a degree from the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts in San Francisco. Frizzante has been able to maintain and grow its clientele from the previous business, particularly through those customers who had developed a solid relationship with Galstyan. The store’s reception has been extremely positive, especially since Frizzante now offers repairs, custom design and appraisals. Galstyan has a signed agreement with all of his vendors certifying that all sourced diamonds and gems are conflict free.

One of Frizzante’s most spectacular showcase pieces, perfect for spring, is the Violet Tanzanite Cocktail Ring, which features one large GIA-certified tanzanite (9.20 tcw.) surrounded by petite, round white diamonds (1.54 tcw.) set in 18K gold. Measuring approximately half an inch in diameter, this rare blue-violet-hued stunner sells for $13,650.

Designed by Galstyan himself and displayed in Frizzante’s store collection is the Double Amethyst Ring. A dramatic piece appropriate for a special occasion or simply as a signature expression by the wearer, this original creation features two dome-shaped purple amethyst stones (20 tcw.) positioned side-by-side, set in shiny 18K rose gold. The ring band twists whimsically, creating elegance and grace with mini white diamonds (1.0 tcw.) set into the band to gently surround the finger. The price tag for this exclusive Frizzante design is $4,250.

Frizzante’s pièce de resistance is a unique Yellow Diamond Cocktail Ring, a true sparkler as the store’s name suggests. The GIA-certified stone, measuring approximately half an inch in diameter, is fancy yellow and internally flawless (6.06 tcw.) with two white diamonds (1.22 tcw.) framing the square center stone on either side. This eye-catching beauty retails for $117,000.

By Alison Elsner

rizzante Fine Jewelers may be the new kid on the El Paseo block, but by no means is it the novice. Owner Greg Galstyan, GIA GG accredited jewelry professional, has been around jewels and gems his entire life, having started in the jewelry business cleaning floors and making coffee for his late father, Gerry Galstyan, who had a Fjewelry manufacturing company in Los Angeles. The younger Galstyan was heavily involved in the manufacturing and high-end retail parts of the business, and he graduated as a gemologist from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) in 2004. Taking over the space previously occupied by Roberto Coin, where Galstyan served as part of the team, Frizzante officially opened its doors in November. Frizzante, which means sparkling in Italian, features well-known luxury brands as well as its own creations. Timepiece lines include Arnold & Son, which was established in 1764 and produces fewer than 1,000 pieces a year, and Ernst Benz, sports watchmaker, with unique varieties of dial and strap designs.

76 Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 fine Jewelry Where to Find Your Sparkles Frizzante Fine Jewelers 73151 El Paseo, Suite F Palm Desert, California 760.423.6045 [email protected]

The Arnold & Son Nebula Watch is an example of Also available at Frizzante is the Ernst Benz Traditional timekeeping at its best. Set in an 18K rose-gold case measuring ChronoLunar Watch, a spectacular 47 mm creation set in 42 mm with a crystal display back, the three-dimensional, polished stainless steel and exhibition back with sapphire glass. openwork movement and dial offer views into the very heart of The watch’s crown is knurled and double-O ring sealed. The the in-house manufactured calibre. Two mainspring barrels watch dial is distinguished with a domed sapphire glass crystal provide a healthy 90-hour power reserve, achieving near that includes an anti-reflective treatment on the lower side. mirror symmetry with the small seconds display and dial-side The unique dial features a rich black background with green, balance. Nebula, Latin for cloud, displays its allure through luminous numerals. Water resistant up to 165 feet, the meticulously calculated proportions and ratios of diameter ChronoLunar is finished with a handmade classic alligator versus height and the size and placement of every gear and strap and sells for $7,225. wheel. The Nebula “dial” actually acts as a bridge in supporting the intricate gearing. The strap features hand-stitched brown Galstyan says, “Since opening the store, many clients have or black alligator leather. Nebula is available at Frizzante for already asked me to redesign their own jewelry. One of my $27,400. favorite things is to buy colored gemstones and then, with very little idea in my head as to what I’m about to create, to put the Another showcase timepiece at the store is the Arnold & stones on my desk and let the gems design themselves. I believe Son HM Perpetual Moon Elegant Watch, part of the Royal that gems, diamonds and jewelry talk to me, and I have an Collection, which pays tribute to watches produced for King incredible telepathic connection with them!” George III and members of the royal court. This piece includes rich guilloché dials and a three-dimensional big moon set in a Galstyan encourages wearers to determine their own 42 mm, 18K red-gold case. The 27-jewel calibre offers one of individual style. He says, “There is no right or wrong for jewelry. the most accurate moon phases on the market, with only one You can wear as much or as a little you would like, and if it is day’s deviation every 122 years. The Elegant model is created quality, it speaks for itself. Classic jewelry never goes out of with a blue guilloché dial in a stylized sunray pattern, blue style. A diamond ring, diamond studs, diamond necklace or guilloché moon disc with golden stars and the hand-engraved diamond bracelet will always be sought after. Life is short. Buy moon, accented with a hand-stitched alligator strap. The watch and wear whatever you want.” retails for $29,950. ______Alison Elsner is a staff writer with Desert Golf & Tennis

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Coachella Valley 1. Avondale Golf Club 2. Azure Sky Resort The publisher and staff of Desert Golf & Tennis make every effort to ensure accuracy in our maps Borrego Springs 3. Cathedral Canyon Golf & Tennis Club and directories. Should you find any errors please email us with the corrections. Our desire is 4. Deep Canyon Tennis Club for our maps and directories to remain as current as possible; with your assistance we will 1. Anza Borrego Tennis Center 5. Desert Breezes Resort achieve the highest level of accuracy. We value your input. maps@desertgolf& (760) 767-0577, 286 Palm Canyon Dr, 6. Desert Falls Fitness & Tennis Borrego Springs. Semiprivate 7. Desert Princess Country Club 8. Freedom Park 9. Hyatt Grand Champions Resort 10. Indian Palms Vacation Club 11. Ironwood Country Club Mountain View Country Club Plaza Racquet Club Tamarisk Country Club 12. Indian Wells Tennis Gardens Avondale Golf Club Hyatt Grand Champions Resort (760) 771-4311, 80375 Pomelo La Quinta. Private (760) 323-8997, 1300 E Baristo Rd, Palm Springs. (760) 328-2141, 70240 Frank Sinatra Drive, Rancho 13. Palm Desert Tennis Camp (760) 777-1050, 75800 Avondale Dr, Palm Desert. (760) 341-1000, Indian Wells Ln, Indian Wells. Resort Semiprivate Mirage. Private 14. La Quinta Resort & Club Private North Jackson Park 15. Mission Hills Country Club Indian Palms Vacation Club (760) 391-4000, 43200 Towne St, Indio. Public Panorama Park The Club at PGA WEST 16. Mission Hills Croquet & Tennis Villa Azure Sky Resort (760) 342-1485, 82567 Avenue 48 Indio. (760) 770-0390, 28905 Avenida Maravilla. Public (760) 564-7111, 55-955 Pga Blvd, La Quinta. 17. Motorcoach Country Club (760) 325-9109, 1661 Calle Palo Fierro Palm Springs. Resort Outdoor Resort Private 18. Mountain View Country Club Resort (760) 424-8455, 69411 Ramon Rd Cathedral City. Rancho Las Palmas Country Club 19. North Jackson Park Ironwood Country Club Resort 760) 862-4531, 42-000 Bob Hope Dr. Rancho The Lakes Country Club 20. Outdoor Resort Cathedral Canyon Golf & Tennis Club . (760) 328- (760) 346-0551, 73735 Irontree Dr, Palm Desert. Mirage . Private/Resort (760) 610-8107, 161 Old Ranch Road, Palm Desert. 21. Palm Desert Civic Center Park 6571, 68311 Paseo Real Cathedral City. Semiprivate Private Palm Desert Civic Center Park Private 22. Palm Desert Tennis Club (760) 346-0611, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Shadow Mountain Resort & Club 23. Palm Springs Tennis Club Deep Canyon Tennis Club Indian Wells Tennis Gardens Desert. Public (760) 346-6123, 45750 San Luis Rey Ave Palm The Oasis 24. Plaza Racquet Club (760) 568-6822, 73120 Frank Feltrop, Cir Palm Desert. (760) 200-8400, 78200 Miles Avenue, Indian Wells. Desert. Resort (760) 324-3422, 4190 E Palm Canyon Dr, Palm 25. Panorama Park Private Semiprivate Palm Desert Tennis Camp Springs. Resort 26. Shadow Mountain Resort & Club (760) 822-4194, Palm Desert Resort & Country Smoke Tree Ranch 27. Smoke Tree Ranch Desert Breezes Resort La Quinta Resort & Club Club, 77-333 Country Club Drive, Palm Desert. (760) 327-1221, 1850 Smoke Tree Ln, Palm Springs. The Village Racquet Club 28. South Jackson Park (760) 345-2637, 77-955 Ent Las Brisas, Palm Desert, (760) 346-5683, 49-499 Eisenhower Dr, La Quinta, Semiprivate Resort (760) 325-3884, 900 E Ramon Rd, Palm Springs. 29. Springs Country Club CA 92211. Resort Resort/Semiprivate Private 30. Sunrise Country Club Palm Desert Tennis Club South Jackson Park 31. Tamarisk Country Club Desert Falls Fitness & Tennis Mission Hills Country Club (760) 346-5683, 48240 Racquet Ln, Palm Desert. (760) 391-4000, 83100 Date Ave, Indio. Public Welk Resort Desert Oasis 32. The Club at PGA WEST (760) 341-1305, 1111 Desert Falls Pkwy, Palm Desert . (760) 324-9400, 34600 Mission Hills Dr, Rancho Private (760) 321-9000 34567, Cathedral Canyon Dr 33. The Oasis Semiprivate Mirage. Private Springs Country Club Cathedral City. Resort 34. The Village Racquet Club Palm Springs Tennis Club (760) 324-8292, 1 Duke Dr Rancho Mirage. Private 35. Welk Resort Desert Oasis Desert Princess Country Club Mission Hills Croquet & Tennis Villa (760) 325-1441, 701 W Baristo Rd Palm Springs. Woodhaven Country Club 36. Woodhaven Country Club (760) 322-1655, 28555 Landau Blvd Cathedral City. (760) 575-4175, 120 Racquet Club Dr N, Rancho Resort Sunrise Country Club (760) 345-7636, Woodhaven Dr E, Palm Desert. 37. Rancho Las Palmas Country Club Private Mirage. Semiprivate (760) 328-6549, 71-601 Country Club Drive, Rancho Public 38. Palm Valley Country Club Palm Valley Country Club Mirage. Private 39. The Lakes Country Club Freedom Park Motorcoach Country Club (760) 345-2745, 39205 Palm Valley Drive, Palm (760) 568-9697, Freedom Park 77400 Country Club (760) 863-0789, 80-501 Avenue 48, Indio. Private Desert. Semiprivate Dr, Palm Desert. Public

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Playa Margarita Park (602) 262-6716, 3615 West Roeser Road, Phoenix. Public

Phoenix Country Club (602) 263-5208, 2901 N 7th St, Phoenix. Private

Phoenix Tennis Center (602) 249-3712, 6330 N 21st Ave, Phoenix. Public

Pinnacle Peak Country Club (480) 585-6992, 8701 East Pinnacle Peak Road, Scottsdale. Private

Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort (602) 997-2626, 7677 North 16th Street, Phoenix. Resort

Racquet Club Condo Rental (602) 316-6738, 9708 East Vía Linda, Scottsdale. Resort

Rose Mofford Sports Complex (602) 261-8011, 9833 N 25th Ave, Phoenix. Public

Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa (480) 948-2100, 5700 East McDonald Drive, Paradise Valley. Resort Scottsdale Resort & Athletic Club Tucson Arizona Phoenix Arizona (480) 344-0600, 8235 East Indian Bend Road, Scottsdale. Resort 1. Ft Lowell Tennis Center 1. Ahwatukee Tennis Center 2. Himmel Park Tennis Center 2. Carefree Tennis and Bike Ranch Surprise Tennis Complex 3. Camelback Village Racquet, Health Club (623) 222-2400, 14469 W Paradise Ln, Surprise. 3. Quail Valley Tennis Club 4. Chandler Tennis Center Public 4. Reffkin Tennis Center 5. Club SAR Fitness Center 5. Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort 6. Copper Wynd Thunderbird Park 6. Saguaro Aquatics & Tennis 7. Gainey Ranch (480) 312-7275, 9170 E. Thunderbird Road, Reffkin Tennis Center 7. Sarver Tennis Center at the Tucson Jewish 8. Gene Autry Sports Complex Scottsdale. Public 9. Gold Key Racquet Club (520) 791-4896, 50 South Alvernon Way, Tucson. Community Center Public 8. Skyline Country Club 10. Granada Park Villa de Paz Recreation Association 11. Kiwanis Recreation Center (623) 877-9179, 10320 W Campbell Ave, Phoenix. 9. The Highlands at Dove Mountain 12. La Camarilla Racquet, FSC Camelback Village Racquet and Health Club Granada Park Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf Private 10. Tucson Racquet & Fitness Club 13. Mt View Tennis Center (602) 840-6412, 4444 East Camelback Road, (602) 262-6696, 6505 North 20th Avenue, Phoenix. and Tennis Resort 11. Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort and Spa 14. Mariposa Park Phoenix. Semiprivate Public (520) 544-5000, 10000 N Oracle Rd, Tucson. Resort 15. Paradise Valley Country Club Vistas Recreation Center (623) 566-6178, 18823 N Country Club Pkwy, 16. Paseo Racquet Center Chandler Tennis Center Kiwanis Recreation Center 17. Playa Margarita Park Peoria. Public Saguaro Aquatics & Tennis 18. Phoenix Country Club (480) 782-2650, 2250 S McQueen Rd, Chandler. (480) 350-5201 ,6111 S All America Way, Tempe. (520) 638-8040, 2045 W Omar Dr, Tucson. Private The Highlands at Dove Mountain 19. Phoenix Tennis Center Public Public (520) 579-9574, 4949 W Heritage Club Blvd, 20. Pinnacle Peak Country Club La Camarilla Racquet, Fitness and Swim Club Marana. Private 21. Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort Club SAR Fitness Center (480) 998-3388, 5320 East Shea Boulevard, Sarver Tennis Center at the Tucson Jewish 22. Racquet Club Condo Rental (480) 312-2669, 8055 E. Camelback Road, Scottsdale. Private Community Center Tucson Racquet & Fitness Club 23. Rose Mofford Sports Complex Scottsdale. Private Tucson (520) 299-3000, 3800 E River Rd Tucson. Private (520) 795-6960, 4001 North Country Club Road, 24. Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort Mt View Tennis Center 25. Scottsdale Resort & Athletic Club Tucson. Private Copper Wynd (602) 534-2500, 1104 E Grovers Ave, Phoenix. Skyline Country Club 26. Surprise Tennis Complex (480) 333-1842, 13325 North Eagle Ridge Drive, Public 27. Thunderbird Park (520) 299-1111, 5200 North Saint Andrews Drive, Fountain Hills. Resort Ft Lowell Tennis Center Westward Look Wyndham Grand 28. Villa de Paz Recreation Association (520) 791-2584, 2900 North Craycroft Road, Tucson. Tucson. Private Resort and Spa 29. Vistas Recreation Center Mariposa Park Gainey Ranch (602) 262-6575, 3203 West Morten Avenue, Public (520) 297-1151, 245 E Ina Rd, Tucson. Resort (480) 951-0321, 7720 East Gainey Ranch Road, Phoenix. Public Scottsdale. Private Himmel Park Tennis Center Paradise Valley Country Club (520) 791-3276, 1000 N. Tucson Blvd, Tucson. Ahwatukee Tennis Center Public (480) 893-3431, 4700 E Warner Rd, Phoenix. Gene Autry Sports Complex (602) 840-8100, 7101 N Tatum Blvd, Paradise Valley. The publisher and staff of Desert Golf & Tennis make every effort to ensure accuracy in our maps (480) 654-3787, 4125 E McKellips Rd, Mesa. Public Private Semiprivate Quail Valley Tennis Club and directories. Should you find any errors please email us with the corrections. Our desire is (520) 888-6163, 5550 N Oracle Rd , Tucson . Public for our maps and directories to remain as current as possible; with your assistance we will Carefree Tennis and Bike Ranch Gold Key Racquet Club Paseo Racquet Center achieve the highest level of accuracy. We value your input. maps@desertgolf& (480) 488-7106, 37220 N Mule Train Road, Carefree (602) 993-1900, 12826 N 3rd St, Phoenix. (623) 979-1234, 6268 Thunderbird Road, Glendale Semiprivate Public

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Bill & Lillie Heinrich YMCA Madeira Canyon Park (702) 877-9622, 4141 Meadows Ln Las Vegas. (702) 267-5840, 2390 Democracy Dr Henderson. Las Vegas Public Public Bruce Trent Park Monte Carlo Resort and Casino 1. Alexis Park Resort Hotel (702) 229-6718, N Rampart, Las Vegas. Public (702) 730-7777, 3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas. 1. Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino Resort 1. The Carriage House The Carriage House 1. Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (702) 798-1020, 105 E Harmon Ave, Las Vegas. Palms Casino Resort 1. Flamingo Tennis Resort (702) 942-7777, 4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas. 1. The Flamingo Las Vegas 1. Frank and Vicki Fertitta Tennis Complex Resort 1. Harrah’s Las Vegas Canyon Gate Country Club 1. Las Vegas Hilton (702) 605-0643, 2001 Canyon Gate Dr Las Vegas. Paseo Verde Park 1. LVH - Las Vegas Hotel & Casino Private (702) 267-5840, 1840 Desert Shadow Trl, 1. Monte Carlo Resort and Casino Henderson. Public 1. Polo Towers Club De Soleil 1. Treasure Island (702) 507-9400, 5625 W Tropicana Ave Las Vegas. Paul Meyer Park Resort 7442 Coffeyville Ave Las Vegas. Public 2. Aliante Nature Discovery Park 3. Angel Park ClubSport Green Valley Peccole Ranch Tennis Club 4. Anthem Country Club (702) 454-6000, 2100 Olympic Ave, Henderson. (702) 255-3351, 9501 Red Hills Rd Las Vegas. 5. Arbors Tennis & Play Park Private Private 6. Bill & Lillie Heinrich YMCA 7. Bruce Trent Park Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas The Plaza Hotel and Casino 8. Canyon Gate Country Club (702) 698-7000, 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas. (702) 386-2110, 1 S Main St, Las Vegas. Resort 9. Club De Soleil Resort 10. ClubSport Green Valley Polo Towers 11. Darling Tennis Center Darling Tennis Center (702) 261-1000, 3745 South Las Vegas Boulevard, 12. Desert Palm Tennis Club 13. Dragonridge Country Club (702) 229-2100, 7901 W Washington Ave, Las Las Vegas. Resort 14. Gardens Park Vegas. Public 15. Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort Pro Tennis Inc. 16. Lorenzi Park Tennis Courts Desert Palm Tennis Club (702) 732-1861 3000, Joe W Brown Dr, Las Vegas. 17. Madeira Canyon Park (702) 368-2800, 3090 S Jones Blvd, Las Vegas. Private 18. Palms Casino Resort Public 19. Paseo Verde Park Rafael Rivera Park 20. Paul Meyer Park Dragonridge Country Club (702) 229-6718, 2998 E Stewart Ave, Las Vegas. 21. Peccole Ranch Tennis Club (702) 614-4444, 552 S Stephanie St, Henderson. Public 22. The Plaza Hotel and Casino Private 23. Pro Tennis Inc. Riviera Hotel & Casino 24. Rafael Rivera Park Flamingo Tennis (702) 734-5110, 2901 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas. 25. Riviera Hotel & Casino (702) 733-3444, 3555 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas. Resort 26. Rodeo Park Public 27. Spa At Southern Highlands Rodeo Park 28. Sunset Park The Flamingo Las Vegas (702) 267-5710, 810 Aspen Peak Loop, Henderson. 29. The Vistas Park (702) 733-3111, 3555 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Public 30. The Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa Las Vegas. Resort 31. The Willows Park 32. Trail Canyon Park Spa At Southern Highlands Frank and Vicki Fertitta Tennis Complex 3663 Robert Trent Jones Ln, Las Vegas. Resort (702) 895-3011, 854-886 E Harmon Ave, Las Vegas. Public Sunset Park Alexis Park Resort Hotel (702) 455-8200, 2601 E Sunset Rd, Las Vegas. (702) 796-3310, 375 East Harmon Ave, Las Vegas . Gardens Park Public Resort (702) 562-4890, 10401 Garden Park Dr, Las Vegas. Public The Vistas Park Aliante Nature Discovery Park (702) 229-2330, 11311 Alta Dr, Las Vegas . Public (702) 633-2418, 2600 Nature Park Dr North Las Harrah’s Las Vegas Vegas. Public (702) 369-5000, 3475 South Las Vegas Boulevard. The Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa Resort (702) 836-5900, 160 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas . Angel Park Resort (702) 229-6011, Angel Park Trail, Las Vegas. Public Las Vegas Hilton (702) 732-5111, 3000 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas . The Willows Park Anthem Country Club Resort (702) 240-6500, 2775 Desert Marigold Ln, Las (702) 614-5000, 1 Club Side Dr, Henderson. Vegas. Public Private Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort 8175 Arville Street Las Vegas. Resort Trail Canyon Park Arbors Tennis & Play Park 1065 Trail Canyon Rd, Henderson. Public (702) 233-5831, 610 Far Hills Ave Las Vegas. Public LVH - Las Vegas Hotel & Casino (702) 897-9300, 3000 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas. Public Treasure Island Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino 3300 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas. Resort (702) 967-4111, 3645 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas. Lorenzi Park Tennis Courts Resort (702) 229-486, W Washington Ave, Las Vegas. Public

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Avondale Golf Club 75800 Avondale Dr., Palm Desert, CA 92211 (760) 345-2727 1 Deep Canyon Tennis Club 73120 Frank Feltrop, Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 568-6822 13 Desert Princess Country Club 28555 Landau Blvd, Cathedral City, CA 92234 (760) 322-1655 10 Iron Wood Country Club 73735 Irontree Dr., Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 346-0551 13 Mission Hills Country Club 34600 Mission Hills Dr., Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 324-9400 34 Motorcoach Country Club 80-501 Avenue 48, Indio, CA 92201 (760) 863-0789 3 Mountain View Country Club 80375 Pomelo, La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 771-4311 4 Palm Desert Tennis Club 48240 Racquet Ln., Palm Desert, CA 92260 (760) 346-5683 8 Sunrise Country Club 71-601 Country Club Drive, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 328-6549 13 Tamarisk Country Club 70240 Frank Sinatra Drive, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 328-2141 6 The Club at PGA WEST 55-955 Pga Blvd, La Quinta, CA 92253 (760) 564-7111 19 The Lakes Country Club 161 Old Ranch Road, Palm Desert, CA 92211 (760) 610-8107 11 The Springs Country Club 1 Duke Dr, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 (760) 324-8292 11 The Village Racquet Club 951 Village Square South, Palm Springs CA, 92262 (760) 325-3884 3 Phoenix &tucson Phoenix CLUB ADDRESS PHONE NUMBER OF COURTS

Club SAR Fitness Center 8055 E. Camelback Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 (480) 312-2669 13 Gainey Ranch 7720 East Gainey Ranch Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85258 (480) 951-0321 7 La Camarilla Racquet, FSC 5320 E Shea Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 (480) 998-3388 16 Paradise Valley Country Club 7101 N Tatum Blvd, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 (602) 840-8100 9 Phoenix Country Club 2901 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ 85014 (602) 263-5208 10 Pinnacle Peak Country Club 8701 E Pinnacle Peak Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85255 (480) 585-6992 2 Villa de Paz Recreation Assoc. 10320 W Campbell Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85037 (623) 877-9179 2 Tucson Sarver Tennis Center 3800 E River Rd, Tucson, AZ 85718 (520) 299-3000 6 Skyline Country Club 5200 E. St. Andrews Dr, Tucson, AZ 85718 (520) 299-1111 6 The Highlands at Dove Mtn 4949 W Heritage Club Blvd, Marana, AZ 85658 (520) 579-9574 4 Tucson Racquet & Fitness Club 4001 N Country Club Rd, Tucson, AZ 85716 (520) 795-6960 33 las Vegas CLUB ADDRESS PHONE NUMBER OF COURTS

Anthem Country Club 1 Club Side Dr, Henderson, NV 89052 (702) 614-5000 6 Canyon Gate Country Club 2001 Canyon Gate Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89117 (702) 605-0643 5 ClubSport Green Valley 2100 Olympic Avenue, Henderson, NV 89014 (702) 454-6000 14 Dragonridge Country Club 1400 Foothills Village Dr., Henderson, NV 89012 (702) 614-4444 5 Las Vegas Country Club 3000 Joe Brown Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 734-1122 6 Peccole Ranch Tennis Club 9501 Red Hills Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89117 (702) 255-3351 4 Red Rock Country Club 2250 Red Springs Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89135 (702) 304-5600 9

86 Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 coachellaV alleyc alifornia Golf clubs Indian Springs Golf & Country Club, 79-940 Westward Ho Dr., Indio. Public /18/68.7/120/6104.

Indian Ridge Country Club 760-772-7272, 76-375 Country Club Dr., Palm Desert . Arroyo Course: Private /18/70.5/129/6293 Grove Course: Private /18/70.9/128/6410.

Indian Wells Country Club 760-345-2561, 46-000 Club Drive, Indian Wells. Classic: Private /18/71.0/127/6478 Cove: Private /18/71.5/121/6558.

Indian Wells Golf Resort , 44-500 Indian Wells Lane. Indian Wells. Resort /18/69.9/128/6135.

Indio Golf Club 760-347-9156, 83-040 Avenue 42, Indio. Public /54.1/77/3004.

Ironwood Country Club 760-346-0551, 73-735 IronTree Drive, Palm Desert. South Course: Private /18/75.1/133/7256 North Course: Private /18/68.8/123/6065.

Ivey Ranch Country Club 760-343-2013, 74-580 Varner Road, Thousand Palms. Semiprivate /18/65.8/108/5266.

La Quinta Country Club 760-564-4151, 77-750 Avenue 50, La Quinta. Private /18/71.8/131/6554. 30. Ivey Ranch Country Club 61. The Reserve Coachella Valley 31. La Quinta Country Club 62. Santa Rosa Country Club La Quinta Resort & Club 32. La Quinta Resort & Club 63. Shadow Hills Golf Club, 50-200 Avenida Vista, La Quinta. 1. Andulusia at Coral Mountain 33. The Lakes Country Club 64. Shadow Mountain Golf Club 2. Avondale Golf Club 34. Marrakesh Country Club 65. SilverRock Resort Dunes: Resort/Semiprivate /18/73.4/36/6747 3. Bermuda Dunes Country Club 35. Marriott’s Desert Springs 66. The Springs Club Mountain: Resort/Semiprivate /18/72.6/135/6700 . 4. Bighorn Golf Club Resort 67. Stone Eagle Golf Club 760-564-7620, 50-503 Jefferson St, La Quinta. 5. Calimesa Country Club 36. Marriott’s Shadow Ridge 68. Sunrise Country Club Citrus: Private /18/72/7,106/113. 6. Indian Canyons Golf Resort Resort 69. Tamarisk Country Club 7. Cathedral Canyon Country Club 37. Mesquite Country Club 70. Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort The Lakes Country Club 760-568-4321 8. Chaparral Country Club 38. Mission Lakes Country Club 71. TERR Lago, Golf Club at Calimesa Country Club Desert Dunes Golf Course Eldorado Country Club, 19-300 Palm Drive, Desert Hot 760-346-8081, 46-000 Fairway Drive, Indian Wells. 161 Old Ranch Road, Palm Desert. 9. Cimarron Golf Resort 39. Mission Hills Country Club 72. Thunderbird Country Club 909-795-2488, 1300 S. third Street, Calimesa. Sount/North: Private /72.1/128/6631 10. Classic Club 40. Monterey Country Club 73. Toscana Country Club Public /18/68.3/115/5970. Springs. Public /18/71.1/128/6175. Private /18/71.4/128/6534. 11. Date Palm Country Club 43. Morningside, The Club at 74. Tradition Golf Club North/East: Private /18/70.5/129/6371 12. Desert Dunes Golf Course 41. Mountain View CC at La Quinta 75. Trilogy Golf Club at La Quinta Desert Falls Country Club Escena Golf Club East/South: Private /18/71.7/129/6620 Cathedral Canyon Country Club Old South: Private /18/71.1/129/6439. 13. Desert Falls Country Club 42. Mountain Vista GC at Sun City 76. Club at Shenandoah Springs, 68311 Paseo Real, Cathedral City. , 1111 Desert Falls Pkwy, Palm 760-778-2737, 1100 Clubhouse View Dr., Palm 14. Desert Horizons Country Club 44. Oasis Country Club 77. The Vintage Club Desert. Semiprivate /18/72.2/128/6702. Springs, Public /18/74.2/130/7173. 15. The S at Rancho Mirage 45. Outdoor Resort & Country Club 78. Westin Mission Hills Resort Lake/Mountain: Semiprivate /18/71.1/130/6510 Madison Club Mountain/Arroyo: Semiprivate /18/70.9/126/6482 16. Desert Princess Country Club 47. Palm Desert Resort Country Club 79. Woodhaven Country Club Desert Horizons Country Club Heritage Palms Golf Course 760-391-4500, 53-035 Meriwether Way, La Quinta. 17. Desert Willow Golf Course 48. Palm Desert Greens Country Club 80. PGA West: Jack Nicklaus: TPC Lake/Arroyo: Semiprivate /18/70.3/125/6366. Private /18/75.4/143/7426. 18. Eldorado Country Club 49. Palm Royale Country Club Stadium Course 760-340-4646, 44-900 Desert Horizons Drive, Indian, 44-291 Heritage Palm Drive 20. Heritage Palms Golf Course 51. Palm Valley Country Club 81. Madison Club Chaparral Country Club Wells. Private/ 18/70.1/119/6163. South, Indio. Semiprivate /18/69.9/119/6293. 21. The Hideaway 52. The Palms Golf Club 82. Eagle Falls Golf Course Marrakesh Country Club 760-340-1893/100 Chaparral Drive, Palm Desert. 760-568-2688, 47-000 Marrakesh Dr., Palm Desert. 22. Indian Canyons Golf Resort 53. PGA West: Arnold Palmer: 83. The Plantation Private /58.8/97/3913. Desert Princess Country Club The Hideaway 23. Indian Palms Country Club Tom Weiskopf 84. Escena Golf Club, 28-555 Landau Blvd., Cathedral 760-777-7400, 80-349 Village Club Place, La Quinta. Private /57.4/87/3750. 24. Indian Springs Golf & Country Club 54. PGA West: Greg Norman Course 85. The Lakes Country CLub Cimarron Golf Resort City. Cielo-Vista Course: Resort /18/70.8/126/6366 Clive Clark: Private /18/71.7/139/6462 25. Indian Ridge Country Club 55. The Plantation Golf Club Lagos-Cielo Course: Resort/ 18/70.1/124/6117 Pete Dye: Private /18/72.8/137/6630. Marriott’s Desert Springs Resort & Spa 26. Indian Wells Country Club 56. Portola Country Club 67-603 30th Ave., Catheradal City. Old Course: Resort/ 18/70.3/123/6160, 74-855 Country Club Dr., Palm 27. Indian Wells Golf Resort 57. The Quarry at La Quinta Long Course: Public /18/70.5/119/6446 Desert. Palms Course: Public /18/70.3/126/6381 28. Indio Golf Club 58. Rancho La Quinta Country Club Short Course: Public /56.5/88/2882. Vista-Lagos Course: Resort/ 18/70.5/124/6259. Indian Canyons Golf Resort 29. Ironwood Country Club 59. Rancho Las Palmas Country Club, South Course: 1097 E. Murray Valley Course: Public /18/70.1/125/6323. Desert Willow Golf Course Canyon Dr., Palm Springs. Public /72 70.4/118 6582 Classic Club Marriott’s Shadow Ridge Resort Andulusia at Coral Mountain Bermuda Dunes Country Club 760-601-3600,, 38-995 Desert Willow Dr., Palm North Course: 1100 E. Murray Canyon Dr. Desert. Firecliff Course: Public /18/71.7/133/6676 Palm Springs. Private /72.9/128 6943, 9002 Shadow Ridge Rd., Palm 760-777-1050, 58-830 Marbella Lane, La Quinta. 760-345-2771, 42-360 Adams St., Bermuda Dunes. 75-200 Classic Club Blvd., Palm Desert, Desert. Resort /18/73.9/134/7006. Private /18/76.0/140/7521. Classic 1 & Lake Course: Private /18/70.6/123/6364 Public/Resort /18/72/137/7305. Mountain View Course: Pulbic /18/71.5/128/6507. Indian Palms Country Club Classic 2 & Lake Course: Private /18/71.2/128/6437 Mesquite Country Club Avondale Golf Club Classic Course: Private /18/71.6/126/6555. Club at Shenandoah Springs Eagle Falls Golf Course, 948-630 Monroe, Indio. 84-245 Indio Springs Pkwy., Indio Indian/Mountain: Semiprivate /18/72.7/125/6633, 2700 East Mesquite Ave., Palm 760-345-2727, 75-800 Avondale Drive, Palm Desert. 760-343-3669, 32-610 Desert Moon Drive, Thousand Springs. Public /18/68.0/118/5944. Private /18/72.4/127/6782. Bighorn Golf Club Palms. Private /18/64.3/121/5465. Public/Resort /18/72/6820. Mountain/Royal: Semiprivate /18/71.9/130/6287 Royal/Indian: Semiprivate /18/72.8/125/6492. 760-341-4653, 255 Palowet Drive, Palm Desert. The Mission Lakes Country Club Canyons: Private /18/70.8/129/6305 Date Palm Country Club 760-329-6481, 8484 Clubhouse Blvd., Desert Hot Mountains: Private /18/70.1/132/6169. 760-328-1315, 36-200 Date Palm Dr., Cathedral City . Springs. Semiprivate/18/72.1/124/6742. Semiprivate /54.0/85/3083.

88 Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 89 coachellaV alleyc alifornia borrego springs california Golf clubs PGA West Stone Eagle Golf Club 760-564-7100, 55-955 PGA Boulevard, La Quinta. 760-568-9800, 72-500 Stone Eagle Drive, Palm Coachella Valley Jack Nicklaus: Private /18/72.2/134/6522 Desert. Private /69.8/131/6852. Arnold Palmer: Private /18/71.4/133/6474 Borrego Springs continued from previous page Tom Weiskopf: Private /18/71.6/123/6654. Sunrise Country Club, 56-150 PGA Blvd., La Quinta. 760-328-6549, 71-601 Country Club Drive, Rancho Borrego Springs Jack Nicklaus Tourn: Semiprivate /18/72.2/134/6522 Mirage. Private/Reciprocal /56.9/85/3837. Desert Island Golf & Country Club TPC Stadium Course: Semiprivate /18/73.3/142/6739 1. Desert Island Golf & Country Club Mission Hills Country Club Borrego Springs Resort 760-767-5700, 1112 Tilting 2. De Anza Country Club 760-324-9400, 34-600 Mission Hills Dr., Rancho Mirage. 760-564-3900, 81-405 Kingston Heath, La Quinta. Tamarisk Country Club T Drive, Borrego Springs. 3. Rams Hill Golf Club Arnold Palmer Course: Private /18/72.7/132/6743 Greg Norman Course: Resort /71.0/122/5281. 760-328-2141, 70-240 Frank Sinatra Drive, Rancho Public/27/72. 4. Road Runner Pete Dye Challenge: Private /18/72.6/138/6582 Mirage. Private /18/70.0/121/6303. 5. The Springs at Borrego Dinah Shore Tournament: Private /18/73.6/138/6582 The Plantation De Anza Country Club 760-775-3688, 50994 Monroe, Indio. Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort 760-767-5105, 509 Catarina Dr., Borrego Springs. Monterey Country Club Private /18/71.6/128/6597., 1885 Golf Club Dr., Palm Springs. Private/18/72/70.4 /123/6385. 760-568-9311, 41-500 Monterey Ave., Palm Desert. Legends Course: Public /18/72.3/123/6775 East/West nines: Private /69.6/126/6185 Portola Country Club Resort Course: Public /18/71.8/125/6705. Rams Hill Golf Club West/South nines: Private /69.3/125/6108 760-568-1592, 42-500 Portola Avenue, Palm Desert. 760-767-3500, 1881 Rams Hill Rd East/South nines: Private /68.8/121/6005. Private /18/54/2,167/NR. Terra Lago, Golf Club at Borrego Springs., 84-000 Terra Lago Parkway, Indio. Public/18/73.3/137/6856. Morningside, The Club at The Quarry at La Quinta North Course: Public /18/73.7/137/7060 760-321-1234, Morningside Drive, Rancho Mirage. 760-777-1100, 1 Quarry Lane, La Quinta. South Course: Public /18/74.0/124/7044. Road Runner Private /18/71.0/127/6404. Private /18/72.5/132/6852. 760-767-5379, 1010 Palm Canyon Dr., Thunderbird Country Club Borrego Springs. Public/18/3/69.0/115/2894. Mountain View CC at La Quinta Rancho La Quinta Country Club 760-328-2161, 70-612 Highway 111, Rancho 760-771-4311, 80-375 Pomelo, La Quinta. 760-777-7799, 79-301 Cascadas Circle, La Quinta. Mirage. Private /18/70.7/129/6460. The Springs at Borrego Private /18/72.7/131/6773. Jones Course: Private /18/71.2/129/6452 760-767-0004, 2255 DiGiorgio Rd., Borrego Springs. Pate Course: Private /18/71.7/135/6474. Toscana Country Club Public/9 /36/69.3/111/2900. Mountain Vista Golf Coourse at Sun City 760-404-1457, 76-007 Club Villa Drive, Indian Wells. 38-180 Del Webb Blvd., Palm Rancho Las Palmas Country Club Private /18/71.2/132/6336. Desert. San Gorgonio:, 42-000 Bob Hope Dr., Rancho Mirage . Semiprivate /18/69.7/124/6202 West/North nines: Private/Resort /67.8/116/6113 Tradition Golf Club Santa Rosa: Semiprivate /18/69.7/119/6162. North/South nines: Private/Resort /67.1/117/6025 760-564-1067, 78-505 Old Avenue 52, La Quinta. South/West nines: Private/Resort /67.8/115/6128. Private /18/71.0/136/6541. Oasis Country Club 760-345-5661, 42-300 Casbah Way, Palm Desert. The Reserve Trilogy Golf Club at La Quinta Semiprivate /56.2/92/3489. 760-674-2240, 74-001 Reserve Drive, Indian Wells. 760-771-0707, 60151 Trilogy Pkwy, La Quinta. Private /18/72.2/134/6798. Public /18/70.8/124/6455. Outdoor Resort & Country Club 760-324-4005 Ramon Rd, Catherdral City. Santa Rosa Country Club The Vintage Club Private /51.1/182. 760-568-5707, 38-105 Portola Avenue, Palm Desert. 760-340-0500, 75-001 Vintage Dr. West, Indian Wells. Private/Reciprocal /18/65.0/108/5247. Desert Course: Private /18/68.8/124/5918 Palm Desert Resort Country Club Mountain Course: Private /18/0.5/126/6423., 77-333 Country Club Dr., Palm Shadow Hills Golf Club Desert. Semiprivate /18/71.7/122/6616. 760-200-3375, 80-875 Avenue 40, Indio. Westin Mission Hills Resort Semiprivate /18/70.9/130/6442., 70-705 Ramon Road, Rancho Palm Desert Greens Country Club Mirage. Gary Player Signature Course: 760-346-2941, Country Club Dr., Palm Desert. Shadow Mountain Golf Club Resort/ 18/71.3/124/6643. Private /18/72/4079. 760-346-8242, 73-800 Ironwood Dr., Palm Desert. 760-328-3198, 71-333 Diana Shore Dr., Rancho Mirage. Semi-Private /18/66.3/114/5393. Pete Dye Resort Course: Palm Royale Country Club Resort /18/69.6/126/6158. 760-345-9701, 78-259 Indigo Dr., La Quinta. SilverRock Resort Public /18/54. 888-600-7272, 79-179 Ahmanson Lane, La Quinta, Woodhaven Country Club Public /18/76.3/139/7553., 41-555 Woodhaven Drive East. Palm Valley Country Club Private/Reciprocal /18/67.1/118/5794. 760-345-2737, 39-205 Palm Valley Dr., Palm Desert. The S at Rancho Mirage Challenge Course: Private /18/61.5/107/4439 760-328-2111, 71-777 Frank Sinatra Drive, Rancho Championship Course: Private /18/72.2/131/6545. Mirage. Private /18/71.6/127/6686.

The Palms Golf Club The Springs Club 760-771-2606, 57000 Palms Drive, La Quinta, 760-324-8292, 1 Duke Drive, Rancho Mirage. Private /18/71.8/132/6642. Private /18/70.1/124/6279.

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CLUB #HOLES TYPE INITIATION MONTHLY TRAIL FOOD CAP OF FACILITIES PHONE FEE DUES FEE MIN. MEMBERS Arizona Andalusia CC 18 Non $39,500 $1,225 $625 $0 695 GTSF (760) 777-1050 1. Alpine Country Club Avondale 18 Equity $5,000 $872 $550 $1,100/A 300 GTF (760) 345-2727 2. Antelope Hills Golf Course 3. Apache Stronghold Golf Club Bermuda Dunes 27 Equity $10,000 $1070 $575 $900 498 GF (760) 345-2771 4. Arizona City Golf Club Bighorn** 36 Equity $350,000 $2,583 $1,000 $0 550 GTFSSp (760) 341-4653 5. Arroyo Dunes GC 6. Aspen Valley Golf Club Chaparral 18 Non $7,500 $625 $350 $675 625 GTFS (760) 340-1893 7. Beaver Creek Golf Resort 8. Butterfield Golf Course Desert Horizons 18 Equity $40,000 $1,150 $575 $0 250 GTF (760) 340-4646 10. Casa Grande Golf Course 11. Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course Eldorado 18 Equity $150,000 $1,916 $500 $0 425 GTFSSp (760) 346-8081 12. Cocopah Bend Golf Resort The Hideaway 36 Equity $120,000 $2,255 $0 $0 580 GTFSp (760) 777-7400 13. Concho Valley Country Club 14. Continental Country Club Indian Ridge 36 Equity $42,500 $1,380 $850 $1,000/A 575 GTFSSp (760) 772-7281 15. Desert Hills Golf Course 16. Desert Lakes Golf Course Indian Wells 36 Equity $4,000 $1020 $525 $0 750 GF (760) 834-6023 17. Dove Valley Golf Club 18. Duke at Rancho El Dorado Ironwood CC 36 Equity $26,000 $1,415 $860 $800/A 685 GTFSp (760) 766-1095 19. El Rio Country Club 20. Elephant Rocks Golf Course La Quinta CC 18 Equity $50,000 $1,645 $650 $1,000/A 250 GFSp (760) 564-4151 21. Emerald Canyon Golf Course Madison Club 18 Equity $250,000 $3,625 $0 $0 225 GTFSSp (760) 391-4500 22. Flagstaff Ranch Golf Club 23. Foothills Golf Course Marrakesh 18 Executive $15,000 $200 $450 $900/A 364 GTFS (760) 568-2688 24. Forest Highlands Golf Club 25. Fortuna Del Ray Golf Club Mission Hills 54 Non $65,000 $1100 $790 $0 1109 GTFSSp (760) 324-9400 26. Francisco Grande Golf Club 27. Grande Valley Golf Club Monterey 27 Annual $0 $619 $975 $0 650 GTFS (760) 568-9311 28. Golf Club at Chaparrel Pines 29. Greenlee Country Club Morningside 18 Equity $50,000 $2,029 $625 $0 250 GTFSp (760) 324-1234 30. Capital Canyon Club Mountain View 18 Equity $31,000 $1,087 $795 $600 325 GTFSSp (760) 771-4311 31. Havasu Island Golf Course 32. Hayden Golf Course Palm Valley 36 Non $6,500 $775 $700 $0 500 GTFSSp (760) 345-2737 33. Hidden Cove Golf Course 34. Ho-Ho-Kam Golf Course PGA WEST 108 Non $45,000 $1,307 $1,068 $0 1700 GTFSp (760) 564-7111 35. Kearny Golf Club 36. Kino Springs Country Club Plantation 18 Equity $25,00 $900 $0 $0 435 G (760) 775-3688 37. Lake Powell National Golf Course Rancho La Quinta 36 Non $39,500 $1,400 $750 $0 695 GTFS (760) 777-7748 38. Laughlin Ranch Golf Club 39. London Bridge Golf Club Rancho Las Palmas 27 Annual $6,850 $0 $500 $0 0 GT (760) 862-4578 40. Los Cabelleros Golf Club 41. Mesa del Sol Golf Course Shadow Mountain 18 Semi-Private $0 $360 $475 $0 375 G (760) 346-8242 42. Mt. Graham Country Club 43. Oakcreek Country Club Stone Eagle GC 19 Non $19,000 $0 $0 $0 225 G (760) 773-6150 44. Palo Duro Creek Golf Course 45. Payson Golf Club Sunrise 18 Executive $3,845 $0 $405 $800 350 GTFS (760) 328-6549 46. Pine Canyon Club Tamarisk 18 Non $30,000 $1,430 $850 $0 525 GTF (760) 328-2141 47. Pine Meadows Counrty Club 48. Pine Shadows Golf Club The Citrus Club 54 Non $30,000 $1,003 $78 $0 700 GTFSSp (760) 564-7643 49. Pinetop Country Club 50. Pinetop Lakes Country Club Thunderbird 18 Equity $50,000 $1,870 $600 $0 325 GTFS (760) 770-6177 51. Pinewood Country Club 53. Prescott Country Club The Lakes CC 27 Equity $10,000 $580 $650 $1,200 902 GTFSSp (760) 568-4321 54. Prescott Lakes Golf Club 55. Pueblo del Sol Golf Club The Palms 18 Equity $20,000 $795 $0 $0 380 G (760) 771-2606 56. Quailwood Greens Golf Course The Quarry 18 Equity $60,000 $2,000 $0 $0 300 GTFS (760) 777-1100 57. The Refuge 58. The Rim Golf Club The Reserve 21 Equity $125,000 $2,750 $650 $0 260 GTFSSp (760) 674-2239 59. Salome Heights Golf Course 60. San Pedro Golf Course The S at Rancho Mirage 18 Private $3,500 $1,333 $0 $0 300 G (760) 328-2111 61. Sedona Golf Resort Alpine Country Club Arroyo Dunes GC 62. Seven Canyons, The Club at The Springs Club 18 Equity $12,500 $1,145 $500 $0 350 GTFSp (760) 324-4562 928-339-4944, 100 Country Club Lane, Alpine. 928-726-8350, W. 32nd Street, Yuma. 63. Shadow Mountain Golf Club The Tradition 18 Equity $90,000 $2,545 $0 $0 250 GF (760) 564-8723 Public/18/65/109/5628. Public/18/54/2147. 64. Show Low Country Club 65. Silver Creek Golf Club Tri Palm Estates 27 Property $0 $199 $0 $0 1890 GST (760) 343-3497 Antelope Hills Golf Course Aspen Valley Golf Club 66. Snowflake Golf Course 928-776-7888, 19 Clubhouse Drive, Prescott. 928-527-4653, 1855 Continental Dr., 67. StoneRidge Golf Course Toscana CC 36 Equity $65,000 $2,350 $0 $0 550 GTFSp (760) 404-1444 North: Public/18/70.1/122/6380. Flagstaff. Private/18/72/130/6828. 68. Sundance Golf Club South: Public/18/67.5/109/6119. 69. Talking Rock Golf Course The Vintage Club 36 Equity $250,000 $2,833 $0 $0 505 GTFSSp (760) 862-2805 70. Torreon Golf Club Beaver Creek Golf Resort 71. Turquoise Hills Golf Course Apache Stronghold Golf Club 928-567-4487, 4250 N. Montezuma Ave., 72. Turquoise Valley Golf Club Note: All of the clubs indicated different priced memberships (individual, family, corporate, etc.) therefore, prices reflect information on family memberships if possible. The double asterisk indicates dual memberships. Facilities range from golf (G), tennis 928-475-7800, Box 1012, Hwy 70, Lake Montezuma. Public/18/71/6,486/120. 75. Valle Vista Country Club (T), swimming (S), fitness (F), and spa (Sp). Spa includes salon and massage therapy. Under Type of club, property represents land/membership only. Under Trail fee, club represents only club carts allowed San Carlos. Resort/18/72.1/138/6982. 76. Verde Santa Fe Golf Club Butterfield Golf Course 74. White Mountain Country Club Arizona City Golf Club 928-785-4834, 10231 Dome St., Wellton. 78. Yuma Golf and Country Club 520-466-5327, 13939 Cleator, Arizona City. Public/18/54/2,748/NR. Public/18/72/6,775/117. (See Map #4)

92 Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 Desert Golf &tennis • february March 2018 93 arizona Golf clubs arizona Golf clubs Fortuna Del Ray Golf Club Palo Duro Creek Golf Course 928-342-4766, 13650 N. Frontage Rd, Yuma. 520-377-2708, 2690 North Country Dr., Nogales. Arizona Public/18/69.6/108/6580. Private/18/72/6923. Arizona continued from previous page Francisco Grande Golf Club Payson Golf Club continued from previous page 800-237-4238, 26000 Gila Bend Hwy, 928-474-2273, 1504 W. Country Club Dr., Casa Grande. Resort/18/72/7,600/NR. Payson.Public/18/66/111/5756. Capital Canyon Club Shadow Mountain Golf Club 928-350-3150, 2060 Golf Club Lane, Prescott. Grande Valley Golf Club Pine Canyon Club 520-826-3412, 1105 Irene St., Pearce. Private/18/71.2/134/6634. 520-466-7734, Toltec Rd., Eloy. 928-779-5800, 3000 S. Clubhouse Circle., Public/18/72/7200. Flagstaff. Private/18/70.7/130/6707. Public/18/72/6,632/126. Casa Grande Golf Course Show Low Country Club 520-836-9216, 2121 N. Thornton, Golf Club at Chaparrel Pines Pine Meadows Counrty Club 928-537-4564, 860 N. 36th Drive, Show Low. Casa Grande. Public/18/72/6,316/NR. 928-472-1430, 504 N. Club Dr., Payson. 928-535-4220, 2209 Country Club Dr., Public/18/70/5,914/114. (See Map #10) Private/18/70.7/132/6458. Overgaard. Public/18/63.7/111/5192. Silver Creek Golf Club Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course Greenlee Country Club Pine Shadows Golf Club 928-537-2744, 2051 Silver Lake Blvd., 928-753-6593, 1001 Gates Ave., Kingman. 928-687-1099, Highway 75, Duncan. 928-634-1093, 1480 W. Groseta Ranch Blvd., White Mountain Lake. Public/18/71.7/135/6813. Public/18/71/129/6560. Private/18/68.1/110/6296. Cottonwood. Public/18/63.1/107/4446. Snowflake Golf Course Cocopah Bend Golf Resort Havasu Island Golf Course Pinetop Country Club 928-536-7233, 90 N. Country Club Dr., Snowflake. 928-343-1663, 6800 Strand Ave., Yuma. 928-855-5585, 1090 McCulloch Blvd., 928-369-2461, 6739 Country Club Dr., Pinetop. Public/18/68.7/116/6375. Private/18/66.1/103/5508. Lake Havasu City. Public/18/60.1/96/4196. Private/18/68.7/119/6458. StoneRidge Golf Course Concho Valley Country Club Hayden Golf Course Pinetop Lakes Country Club 928-772-6500, 1601 N. Bluff Top Rd., Prescott 928-337-4644, HC 30, Box 900, Concho. 928-356-7801, Golf Course Rd. Box 298, Hayden. 928-369-4531, 4643 Bucksprings Rd., Pinetop. Valley. Public/18/71.2/132/6785. Public/18/70.2/124/6665. Public/18/66.1/108/5575. Public/18/61.5/103/4645. Sundance Golf Club Continental Country Club Hidden Cove Golf Course Pinewood Country Club 623-328-0400, 900 S. Sundance, Buckeye. 928-527-7997, Oakmount Dr., Flagstaff. 928-524-3097, Box 70 Hidden Cove Rd., 928-286-1110, 395 E. Pinewood Blvd., Munds Public/18/72. Public/18/67.5/118/5991. Holbrook. Public/18/70.2/123/6538. Park. Private/18/67.3/111/6148. Talking Rock Golf Course Desert Hills Golf Course Ho-Ho-Kam Golf Course Prescott Country Club 928-858-7000, 15075 N. Talking Rock Ranch Rd., 928-344-4653, 1245 Desert Hills Dr., Yuma. 520-723-7192, Highway 278, Coolidge. 928-772-8984, 1030 Prescott Country Club Blvd, Prescott. Private/18/70/124/6616. Public/18/71.8/119/6767. Public/18/72. Dewey. Semi-Private/18/70.7/126/6675. Torreon Golf Club Desert Lakes Golf Course Kearny Golf Club Prescott Lakes Golf Club 929-532-8000, 651 S. Torreon Loop, Show Low. 928-768-1000, 5835 Desert Lakes Drive, 928-363-7441, Box 927, 301Airport Rd., 928-443-3500, 315 E. Smoke Tree Lane, Prescott. Private/18/68.8/125/6138. Bullhead City. Public/18/69.5/115/6315. Kearny. Public/18/70/113/6549. Private/18/72/132/7102. Turquoise Hills Golf Course Dove Valley Golf Club Kino Springs Country Club Pueblo del Sol Golf Club 520-586-2585, 800 E. Country Club Dr., Benson. 928-627-3262, 220 N. Marshall Loop Rd., 520-287-8701, 187 Kino Springs Dr., 520-378-6444, 2770 St. Andrews Dr., Sierra Vista. Public/18/56/83/3004. Somerton. Private/18/65.1/108/5293. Nogales. Public/18/72/6,445/126. Private/18/72/6,880/128. Turquoise Valley Golf Club Duke at Rancho El Dorado Lake Powell National Golf Course Quailwood Greens Golf Course 520-432-3025, 1791 Newell Rd., Naco. 520-568-4300, Rancho El Dorado Pkwy., 928-645-2023, 400 Clubhouse Dr., Page. 928-772-0130, 11750 E. Hwy 69, Dewey. Public/18/71.5/129/6778. Maricopa.Public/18/72/7011. Public/18/71.3/136/6411. Semi-Private/18/65.4/110/5481. Valle Vista Country Club El Rio Country Club Laughlin Ranch Golf Club The Refuge 928-757-8744, 9686 Concho Dr., Kingman. 928-788-3150, 1 Paseo El Rio, 928-754-1243, 1360 William Hardy, Bullhead City. 928-764-2275, 3275 Latrobe Dr., Lake Havasu Private/18/69.1/120/6266. Mohave Valley Public/18/70.6/117/6490. Public/18/72/7192. City. Semi-Private/18/72.5/129/6844. Verde Santa Fe Golf Club Elephant Rocks Golf Course London Bridge Golf Club The Rim Golf Club 928-634-5454, 1045 S. Verde Santa Fe, 928-635-4935, 2200 Country Club Drive, Williams. 928-855-2719, 2400 Clubhouse Dr., Lake Havasu 928-472-1480, 301 S. Clubhouse Rd, Payson. Cottonwood. Public/18/68.7/115/6061. Public/18/67.7/125/6686. City. Semi-Private/18/69.3/123/6176. Private/18/72.9/140/7040. White Mountain Country Club Emerald Canyon Golf Course Los Cabelleros Golf Club Salome Heights Golf Course 928-367-4913, PO Box 1489, Pinetop. 928-667-3366, 72 Emerald Canyon Dr., Parker. 928-684-2704, 1551 S. Vulture Mine Rd., 928-859-4653, 58600 Monroe Ave., Salome. Private/18/72/7313. Public/18//71.1/130/6552. Wickenburg. Resort/18/72. Private/18/66.2/101/5974. Yuma Golf and Country Club Flagstaff Ranch Golf Club Mesa del Sol Golf Course San Pedro Golf Course The Refuge 928-726-1104, 3150 Fortuna Ave., Yuma. 928-214-0677, 3600 Flagstaff Ranch Rd., Flagstaff. 928-342-1283, 12213 Calle del Cid, Yuma. 520-586-7888, 926 N. Madison St., Benson. Private/18/70.5/122/6416. Private/18/71.9/133/6931. Public/18/71.8/124/6767. Public/18/72/7313.

Foothills Golf Course Mt. Graham Country Club Sedona Golf Resort 928-342-9565, 14000 E. Foothills, Yuma. 928-348-3140, PO Box 592, Safford. 928-284-9355, 35 Ridge Trail Dr., Sedona. The publisher and staff of Desert Golf & Tennis make every effort to ensure accuracy in our maps Public/18/64/99/5088. Public/18/69.4/113/6493. Resort/18/70.6/128/6540. and directories. Should you find any errors please email us with the corrections. Our desire is for our maps and directories to remain as current as possible; with your assistance we will Forest Highlands Golf Club Oakcreek Country Club Seven Canyons, The Club at achieve the highest level of accuracy. We value your input. maps@desertgolf& 928-525-9000, 657 Forest Highlands Dr., Flagstaff. 928-284-1660, 690 Bell Rock Blvd, Sedona. 928-203-2001, 3755 Long Canyon Rd., Sedona. Canyon Course: Private/18/71/7007. Meadows Semi-Private/18/69.8/125/6353. Private/18/71.3/136/6490. Course: Private/18/72/7272.

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Anthem Golf & Country Club Blackstone Country Club 123. Scottsdale Silverado Golf Course 623-742-6211, 2708 W. Anthem Club Drive, 623-707-8710, 12101 Blackstone Dr., Peoria. 124. Seville Golf & Country Club 125. Shalimar Country Club Anthem. Private/18/72/139/7217. Private/18/72/7,089/143. 126. Silverleaf Golf Course 127. Springfield Golf Range Apache Creek Golf Club Bougainvillea Golf Club 128. Southern Dunes Golf Club 480-982-2677, 3401 S. Ironwood Drive, Apache 602-237-4567, 5740 W. Baseline Rd., Laveen. 129. Stardust Golf Club Junction. Public/18/72/128/6541. Public/18/71/118/6740. 130. Starfire at Scottsdale Country Club 131. Stonecreek, The Golf Club Apache Sun Golf Course The Boulders Golf Club 136. Sunbird Golf Resort 132. Sun City Country Club 480-987-9065, 919 E. Pima Rd, Queen Creek. 480-488-9028, 34831 N. Tom Darlington Dr., 133. Sun City Lakes Golf Club Public/18/63/99/4998. Carefree. Resort/18/72/144/6717. 134. Sun City North Golf Club 135. Sun City Riverview Golf Club Apache Wells Country Club Briarwood Country Club 137. Sun City South Golf Club 480-830-4725, 5601 E. Hermosa Vista Drive, Mesa. 623-584-5301, 20800 N. 135th Ave., Sun City 138. Sun Lakes Country Club Semi-Private/18/71/114/6038. West. Private/18/72/128/6576. 139. Sunland Village East Golf Course 140. Sunland Village Golf Course Arizona Biltmore Golf Club Camelback Golf Club 141. SunRidge Canyon Golf Club 142. Superstition Mountain Golf Club 602-955-9655, 2400 E. Missouri Ave., Phoenix. 480-596-7050, 7847 N. Mockingbird Lane, 143. Superstition Springs Golf Club Adobe: Resort/18/68.7/119/6000. Scottsdale. Indian Bend Course: 144. Talking Stick Golf Course Links: Resort/18/67/117/5540. Resort/18/72/122/7014 145. Tatum Ranch Golf Course Padres Course: Resort/18/72/131/6903. 146. Terravita Golf and Country Club Arizona Country Club 147. The 500 Club 480-946-4565, 5668 E. Orange Blossom Lane, Cave Creek Golf Course 148. Toka Sticks Golf Club Phoenix. Private/18/72/127/6714. 602-866-8076, 15202 N. 19th Ave., Phoenix. 149. Tonto Verde Golf Club 150. TPC of Scottsdale Public/18/72/122/6876. 151. Trail Ridge Golf Club Arizona Golf Resort 153. Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch 480-832-1661, 425 S. Power Road, Mesa. Cimarron Golf Club 152. Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia Resort/18/71.3/121/6570. 623-975-5654, 17100 W. Clearview, Surprise. 154. Troon Golf Country Club Semi-Private/18/69.2/121/6310. 155. Troon North Golf Club Arizona Traditions Golf Club 156. Tuscany Falls Country Club 623-584-4000, 17225 N. Citrus, Surprise. Club West Golf Club 157. Union Hills Country Club Public/18/70/110/6110., 16400 S. 14th Ave. 158. Viewpoint Golf Resort 159. Villa De Paz Golf Course Public/18/70/123/6512. 160. Villa Monterey Golf Course Arrowhead Country Club 161. Vistal Golf Club 623-561-9625, 19888 N. 73rd Ave., Glendale. Coldwater Golf Club 162. We-Ko-Pa Golf Club Private/18/72//128/7001. 623-932-9000, 100 N. Clubhouse Dr., Avondale. 163. Westbrook Village Vistas Golf Course Public/18/72/121/6758. 164. Westbrook Village Lakes Golf Club ASU Karsten Golf Center 165. Western Skies Golf Club 800-727-8331 (Par-Tee1), 1125 E. Rio Salado Continental Golf Club 166. Whirlwind Golf Club Pkwy, Tempe. Public/18/72/125/6272. 480-941-1585, 7920 E. Osborn Rd., Scottsdale. 167. Whisper Rock Golf Club 168. Wildfire Golf Club Public/18/58.4/85/4141. 169. Wigwam Golf Resort Arizona Country Club 170. Willowbrook & Willowcreek GC 480-946-4565, 5668 E. Orange Blossom Lane, Coronado Golf Club 171. Mesa Country Club Phoenix. Private/18/72/127/6714. 480-947-8364, 2829 N. Miller Rd., Scottsdale. 29. Coronado Golf Club 60. Gainey Ranch Golf Club 91. Orange Tree Golf Resort 172. Mirabel Golf Course Public/18/58.3/90/3700. Phoenix Arizona 30. Corte Belle Golf Club 61. Glen Lakes Golf Club 92. Painted Mountain Golf Club 173. Blackstone Country Club 31. Cottonwood Country Club 62. Golf Club Scottsdale 93. Palmbrook Country Club Arizona Golf Resort 174. Encanterra, A Trilogy Country Club 480-832-1661, 425 S. Power Road, Mesa. Corte Belle Golf Club 1. Adobe Dam Family Golf Course 32. The Country Club of DC Ranch 63. Gold Canyon Golf Resort 94. Palm Valley Golf Club 2. Aguila Golf Club 33. Country Meadows Golf Club 64. Grandview Golf Course 95. Palo Verde Country Club Resort/18/71.3/121/6570. 623-556-8951, 22131 N. Mission Drive, 3. Ahwatukee Country Club 34. Coyote Lakes Golf Club 65. Granite Falls Golf Course 96. Palo Verde Golf Course Adobe Dam Family Golf Course Sun City West. Private/18/72/123/7011. 4. Ahwatukee Lake Golf Course 35. Cypress Golf Club 66. Grayhawk Golf Club 97. Papago Golf Course Arizona Traditions Golf Club 36. Deer Valley Golf Course 67. Great Eagle Golf Course 98. Paradise Valley Country Club 623-581-2800, 3847 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd., 5. Alta Mesa Golf Club Glendale. Public/18/57.9/86/3512. 623-584-4000, 17225 N. Citrus, Surprise. Cottonwood Country Club 6. Ancala Country Club 37. Desert Canyon Golf Club 68. Greenfield Lakes Golf Course 99. Paradise Valley Park Golf Course Public/18/70/110/6110. 480-895-9449, 25630 Brentwood Dr., Sun Lakes. 7. Anthem Golf & Country Club 38. Desert Forest Golf Club 69. Hillcrest Golf Club 100. Pavillion Lakes Golf Club Private/18/72/129/6737. 8. Apache Creek Golf Club 39. Desert Highlands Golf Club 70. Johnson Ranch, The Golf Club at 101. Pebblebrook Golf Club Aguila Golf Club 40. Desert Mirage Golf Club 71. Ken McDonald Golf Course 102. Pepperwood Golf Course 602-237-9601, 8440 S. 35th Ave., Laveen. Arrowhead Country Club 9. Apache Sun Golf Course 623-561-9625, 19888 N. 73rd Ave., Glendale. The Country Club of DC Ranch 10. Apache Wells Country Club 41. Desert Mountain 72. Kierland Golf Club 103. Phantom Horse Golf Club Public/18/72.4/129/6962. 11. Arizona Biltmore Golf Club 42. Desert Sands Golf Club 73. Kokopelli Golf Resort 104. Phoenix Country Club Private/18/72//128/7001. 480-342-7200, 9290 E. Thompson Peak Pkwy, 12. Arizona Country Club 43. Desert Springs Golf Club 74. Las Colinas Golf Course 105. The Phoenician Golf Club Ahwatukee Country Club Scottsdale. Private/18/72/130/6872. 13. Arizona Golf Resort 44. Desert Trails Golf Course 75. Las Sendas Golf Club 106. Pinnacle Peak Country Club ASU Karsten Golf Center 45. Dobson Ranch Golf Course 76. Leisure World Country Club 107. The Pointe GC at Lookout Mtn 480-893-1161, 12432 S. 48th St., Phoenix. 14. Arizona Traditions Golf Club Semi-Private/18/72/126/6713., 1125 E. Rio Salado Pkwy, Country Meadows Golf Club 15. Arrowhead Country Club 46. Dove Valley Ranch Golf Club 77. Legacy Golf Resort 108. Pueblo El Mirage Country Club Tempe. Public/18/72/125/6272. 623-972-1364, 8411 N. 107th Ave., Peoria. 16. ASU Karsten Golf Center 47. Duke at Rancho El Dorado 78. Legend at Arrowhead 109. Quail Run Golf Club Public/18/63/88/4400. 17. Augusta Ranch Golf Course 48. Eagle Mountain Golf Club 79. Legend Trail Golf Club 110. Queen Valley Golf Club Ahwatukee Lake Golf Course 49. Eagles Nest Golf Course 80. Links Golf Course at Queen Creek, 111. Quintero Golf and Country Club 480-893-3004, 13431 S. 44th St., Phoenix. Augusta Ranch Golf Course 18. Bear Creek Golf Club 480-354-1234, 2401 S. Lansing, Mesa. Coyote Lakes Golf Club 19. Bellair Golf Club 50. Echo Mesa Golf Club 81. Lone Tree Golf Club 112. Rancho Manana Country Club Public/18/60/4,019/NR. 20. Bougainvillea Golf Club 51. El Caro Country Club 82. Longbow Golf Club 114. The Raven Golf Club at South Mtn Public/18/61/88/3657., 18800 N. Coyote Lakes Pkwy, 21. The Boulders Golf Club 52. Encanto Golf Course 83. Maryvale Golf Club 115. Raven Golf Club at Verrado Alta Mesa Golf Club Surprise. Public/18/71/117/6159. 22. Briarwood Country Club 53. The Estancia Club 84. McCormick Ranch Golf Club 116. Red Mountain Ranch Country Club, Bear Creek Golf Club 54. Estrella Mountain Golf Club 85. Mission Royale Golf Course 117. Rio Salado Golf Course 480-827-9411, 1460 N. Alta Mesa Drive, Mesa. 23. Camelback Golf Club Private/18/72/132/7132. 480-883-8200, 500 E. Riggs Rd., Chandler. Cypress Golf Club 24. Cave Creek Golf Course 55. Estrella Mountain Ranch Golf Club 86. Moon Valley Country Club 118. Rio Verde Country Club Public/18/69.8/116/6320. 480-946-5155, 10801 E. McDowell Rd., Scottsdale. 25. Cimarron Golf Club 56. Falcon Golf Course 87. Mountain Brook Golf Club 119. Riverview Golf Course 57. Firerock Country Club 88. Mountain Shadows Golf Club 120. Rolling Hills Golf Club Ancala Country Club Public/18/70.7/116/6560. 26. Club West Golf Club Bellair Golf Club 27. Coldwater Golf Club 58. Foothills Golf Club 89. Oasis Golf Club 121. Sanctuary Golf Club 480-391-2777, 11700 E. Via Linda, Scottsdale. 28. Continental Golf Club 59. Fountain of the Sun Country Club 90. Ocotillo Golf Club 122. San Marcos Resort & CC Private/18/72/152/6841. 602-978-0330, 17233 N. 45th Ave., Glendale. Public/18/59/90/3493.

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Eagles Nest Golf Course Granite Falls Golf Course Maryvale Golf Club Paradise Valley Park Golf Course Rio Verde Country Club 623-935-6750, 3645 Clubhouse Drive, 623-546-7575, 15949 W. Clearview Blvd, Surprise. 623-846-4022, 5902 W. Indian School Rd., 602-992-7190, 3503 E. Union Hills Drive, Phoenix. 480-471-9420, 18731 E. Four Peaks Blvd, Rio Phoenix Arizona Goodyear. Semi-Private/18/72/127/6860. Semi-Private/18/72/127/6839. Phoenix. Public/18/72/115/6539. Public/18/61/88/4034. Verde. Quail Run: Private/18/72/117/6499. White Wing: Private/18/72/117/6392. continued from previous page Echo Mesa Golf Club Grayhawk Golf Club McCormick Ranch Golf Club Pavillion Lakes Golf Club 623-544-6014, 20349 Echo Mesa Dr., 800-727-8331 (Par-Tee1), 8620 E.Thompson Peak, 7505 E. 480-948-3370, 8870 E. Indian Bend Rd., Riverview Golf Course Sun City West. Private/18/60.3/95/4145. Pkwy, Scottsdale. Talon: Public McCormick Pkwy., Pine Course: Scottsdale. Public/18/71/120/6515. 480-644-3515, 2202 W. 8th St., Mesa. Deer Valley Golf Course /18/72/136/6985. Raptor: Public Resort/18/70.3/132/6371 Palm Course: Public/18/69/115/6128. 623-214-1100, 13975 W. Deer Valley Dr., Sun City. El Caro Country Club /18/71/133/7135. Resort/18/70/130/6279. Pebblebrook Golf Club Private/18/72/120/6547. 602-995-2117, 2222 W. Royal Palms Rd., Phoenix. 623-544-6010, N. 128th Avenue, Sun City West. Rolling Hills Golf Club Public/18/60/78/3330. Great Eagle Golf Course Mesa Country Club Private/18/70.1/119/6460. 480-350-5275, 1415 N. Mill Ave., Tempe. Desert Canyon Golf Club 623-584-6000, 17200 W. Bell Rd, Surprise. 480-964-3514, 660 W. Fairway Dr., Mesa. Public/18/58.9/93/3828. 480-837-1173, 10440 Indian Wells Dr., Fountain Encanto Golf Course Public/18/72/124/6646. Private/18/72/6595/125. Pepperwood Golf Course Hills. Public/18/71/123/6415. 602-253-3963, 2705 N. 15th Ave., Phoenix. 480-831-9457, 647 W. Baseline Rd., Tempe. Sanctuary Golf Club Public/18/70/111/6386. Greenfield Lakes Golf Course Mirabel Golf Course Public/18/59.5/97/4020. 480-502-8200, 10690 E. Sheena Drive, Scottsdale. Desert Forest Golf Club 480-503-0500, 2484 E. Warner Road, Gilbert. 480-437-1520, 37401 N.Mirabel Club Dr., Public/18/71/6624/NR. 480-488-4589, 37207 N. Mule Train Dr., Carefree. Encanterra, A Trilogy Country Club Public/18/62/91/4107. Scottsdale. Private/18/71/135/7127. Phantom Horse Golf Club Private/18/72/139/6472. 480-348-6087,1035 East Combs Rd, Queen Creek. 602-431-6480, 7777 S. Pointe Pkwy, Phoenix. San Marcos Resort & CC Private/18/72/118. Hillcrest Golf Club Mission Royale Golf Course Resort/18/70/124/6211. 480-963-3358, 100 N. Dakota St., Chandler. Desert Highlands Golf Club 623-584-1500, 20002 Star Ridge Dr., Sun City 520-876-5335, 11 South Mission Pkwy, Bldg #1, Resort/18/72/NR/6500. 480-585-8521, 10040 E. Happy Valley Rd., The Estancia Club West. Public/18/NR/6269. Casa Grande. Public/18/68.9/115/6142. Phoenix Country Club Scottsdale. Private/18/72/135/5807. 480-473-4415, 27998 N. 99th Place, Scottsdale. 602-263-5208, 2901 N. 7th St., Phoenix. Scottsdale Silverado Golf Course Private/18/72/7146/135. Johnson Ranch, The Golf Club at Moon Valley Country Club Private/18/71/130/6700. 480-778-0100, 7605 E. Indian Bend, Scottsdale. Desert Mirage Golf Club 480-987-9800, 433 E. Golf Club Dr., Queen Creek. 602-942-1278, 151 W. Moon Valley Dr, Phoenix. Public/18/68/116/6057. 623-772-0110, 8710 W. Maryland, Glendale. Estrella Mountain Golf Club Public/18/72/137/7141. Private/18/73/127/6654. The Phoenician Golf Club Public/18/58.6/89/4198. 623-932-3714, 15205 W. Vineyard Ave., Goodyear., 6000 E. Camelback Rd., Seville Golf & Country Club Public/18/69/116/6393. Ken McDonald Golf Course Mountain Brook Golf Club Scottsdale. Resort/18/70/130/6258. 480-722-8100, 6683 South Clubhouse Drive, Desert Mountain 480-350-5250, 800 E. Divot Drive, Tempe. 480-671-1000, 5783 S. Mountain Brook Dr., Gold Gilbert. Private/18/71.9/125/7015. 480-595-4090, 11124 E. Prospect Point Dr., Estrella Mountain Ranch Golf Club Public/18/72/125/6743. Canyon. Public/18/72/124/6615. Pinnacle Peak Country Club Scottsdale. Apache Course:, 11800 S. Golf Club 480-585-0385, 8701 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd, Shalimar Country Club Private/18/72/131/6793. 480-488-1362, 10333 Drive, Goodyear. Public/18/72/138/7102. Kierland Golf Club Mountain Shadows Golf Club Scottsdale. Private/18/72/140/6947. 480-831-1244, 2032 E. Golf Ave., Tempe. Rockaway Hills, Scottsdale., 15636 Clubgate Dr., 602-951-5427, 5641 E. Lincoln Dr., Scottsdale. Public/18/62.4/109/4752. Chiricahau Course: Falcon Golf Course Scottsdale. Public/18/72/133/6913. Semi-Private/18/56/87/3081. The Pointe GC at Lookout Mtn Private/18/72.480-488-1791, 38580 N. 623-935-7800, 15152 W. Camelback Rd., Litchfield, 11111 N. 7th St., Phoenix Silverleaf Golf Course Desert Mnt Pkwy, Scottsdale. Cochise Course: Park. Public/18/71/128/6673. Kokopelli Golf Resort Oasis Golf Club Resort/18/72/131/6607. 480-342-8099, 10375 E. Horseshoe Canyon Dr., Private/18/68/129/7019, 1800 W. Guadalupe Rd., Gilbert. 480-888-8890, 5764 E. Hunt Hwy, Queen Creek. Scottsdale. Private/18/72/140/7367. 480-488-1363, 10333 Rockaway Hills, Scottsdale. Firerock Country Club Public/18/72/132/6716. Public/18/74.9/133/7362. Pueblo El Mirage Country Club Geronimo Course: Private/18/68/132/7420. 480-836-8000, 15925 E. Shea Blvd., Fountain Hills. 623-583-0425, 11201 N. El Mirage Rd, Springfield Golf Range 480-488-1363, 10333 Rockaway Hills, Scottsdale. Private/18/72/6984/NR. Las Colinas Golf Course Ocotillo Golf Resort El Mirage.Public/18/72/125/6595. 480-895-5759, 1200 E. Saint Andrews Blvd., Outlaw Course: Private/18/68/132/7107. 480-987-3633, 21515 E. Village Loop Rd., Queen, 3751 S. Clubhouse Dr., Chandler. Public/18/61/100/4103. 480-595-4870, 41045 N Cave Creek Rd. Foothills Golf Club Creek. Public/18/70.7/122/6494. Chandler. Public/27/72/125/7016. Quail Run Golf Club Renegade Course: Private/18/73/138/7515., 2201 E. Clubhouse Dr., 623-876-3035, 9774 Alabama Ave., Sun City. Southern Dunes Golf Club Phonenix. Public/18/70.3/124/6406. Las Sendas Golf Club Orange Tree Golf Resort Private/18/59.5/90/4357. 520-568-2000, 48456 W. Hwy 238, Maricopa. Desert Sands Golf Club 480-396-4000, 7555 E. Eagle Crest Dr., Mesa. 480-948-3730, 10601 N. 56th St., Scottsdale. Public/18/72/135/7337. 480-832-0210, 1922 S. 74th St., Mesa. Fountain of the Sun Country Club Private/18/70.8/135/6325. Resort/18/72/122/6762. Queen Valley Golf Club Public/18/67/89/4029. 480-986-3158, 500 S. 80th St., Mesa. 520-463-2214, 600 N. Fairway Dr., Queen Valley. Stardust Golf Club Private/18/62/4224/93. Leisure World Country Club Painted Mountain Golf Club Public/18/66/NR/4482. 623-544-6012, 12702 Stardust Blvd., Sun City Desert Springs Golf Club 480-832-0003, 908 S. Power Rd., Mesa. 480-832-0156, 6210 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa. West. Private/18/60.5/96/4267. 623-546-7400, 19900 N. Remington Dr., Surprise. Gainey Ranch Golf Club Private/18/73/115/6434. Public/18/70/104/6026. Quintero Golf and Country Club Semi-Private/18/72/120/6306. 480-483-2582, 7600 Gainey Club Dr., Scottsdale. 928-501-1500, 16752 W. State Rt. 74, Peoria. Starfire at Scottsdale Country Club Arroyo/Lakes: Resort/18/69.1/124/6187 Legacy Golf Resort Palmbrook Country Club Private/18/72/145/7190. 480-948-6000, 11500 N. Hayden Rd., Scottsdale. Desert Trails Golf Course Dunes: Resort/18/68.4/121/6013., 6808 S. 32nd St., Phoenix. 623-977-8383, 9350 W. Greenway Rd., Semi-Private/18/67.6/123/6085. 623-544-6017, 20218 Skylark Drive, Sun City Public/18/69.7/123/6297. Sun City West. Private/18/70.2/122/6529. Rancho Manana Country Club West. Private/18/61/91/4027. Glen Lakes Golf Club, 5734 E. Rancho Stonecreek, The Golf Club 623-939-754, 15450 W. Northern, Glendale. Legend at Arrowhead Palm Valley Golf Club Manana Blvd, Cave Creek., 4435 E. Paradise Village Pkwy. Dobson Ranch Golf Course Public/18/61.4/99/4596., 21027 N. 67the Ave.,, 2211 North Litchfield Rd., Semi-Private/18/72/125/6007. Public/18/69.9/128/6299. 480-644-2291, 2155 S. Dobson Rd., Mesa. Glendale. Semi-Private/18/70.7/125/6509. Goodyear. Public/18/72/129/6509. Public/18/72/117/6593. Golf Club Scottsdale The Raven Golf Club at South Mtn Sunbird Golf Resort 480-443-8868, 28445 N. 122nd St., Scottsdale. Legend Trail Golf Club Palo Verde Country Club 602-243-3636, 3636 E. Baseline Rd., Phoenix. 480-883-0820, 6250 S. Sunbird Blvd, Chandler. Dove Valley Ranch Golf Club Private/18/72.4/138/6970., 9462 E. Legendary Lane, 480-895-0300, 25630 Brentwood Dr., Sun City. Public/18/72/130/6571. Public/18/66/96/4350. 480-488-0009, 33244 N. Black Mountain Pkwy, Scottsdale. Public/18/72/6845/135. Private/18/70.2/122/6529. Phoenix. Public/18/72/131/7011. Gold Canyon Golf Resort Raven Golf Club at Verrado Sun City Country Club 800-624-6445, 6100 S. Kings Ranch Rd., Gold Links Golf Course at Queen Creek, Palo Verde Golf Course 623-215-3443, 4242 N. Golf Drive, Buckeye. 623-933-1353, 9433 N. 107th Ave, Sun City. Duke at Rancho El Dorado Canyon. Resort, Sidewinder: 480-987-1910, 445 E. Ocotillo Rd., Queen Creek. 602-249-9930, 6215 N. 15th Ave., Phoenix. Public/18/72/132/7258. Semi-Private/18/72/115/6223. 480-883-6314, 42660 W. Rancho El Dorado Pkwy, Resort/18/71/132/71.3 Dinosaur Mountain: Public/18/70/100/6061. Public/18/57.3/81/3484. Maricopa. Public/18/69.9/117/6536. Resort/18/70/143/71.3. Red Mountain Ranch Country Club, Sun City Lakes Golf Club Lone Tree Golf Club Papago Golf Course 480-985-0285, 6425 E. Teton, Mesa. 623-876-3023, 10433 Talisman Rd., Sun City. Eagle Mountain Golf Club Grandview Golf Course 480-219-0830, 6262 south Mtn Blbvd., Chandler. 602-275-8428, 5595 E. Moreland St., Phoenix. Private/18/72/144/6774. Semi-Private/18/69.2/119/6251., 14915 E. Eagle Mountain Pkwy, 623-544-6013, 14260 Meeker Blvd., Sun City Semi-Private/18/69.6/118/6314. Public/18/72/132/7068. Fountain Hills. Public/18/71/139/6755. West. Private/18/72/126/6846. Rio Salado Golf Course Sun City North Golf Club Longbow Golf Club Paradise Valley Country Club 480-990-1233, 1490 E. Weber Dr., Tempe. 623-876-3010, 12650 N. 107th, Sun City. 480-807-5400, 5601 E. Longbow Pkwy., Mesa. 602-840-8100, 7101 N. Tatum Blvd., Paradise Public/18/61.6/105/4739. Private/18/69.5/117/6410. Public/18/70/128/6750. Valley. Private/18/72/132/6802.

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Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch We-Ko-Pa Golf Club 480-988-0004, 4415 E. Village Pkwy, Gilbert., 18200 E. Toh-Vee Circle, CLUB #HOLES TYPE INITIATION MONTHLY TRAIL FOOD CAP OF FACILITIES PHONE Phoenix Arizona Public/18/71/126/6710. Fountain Hills. Cholla Course: FEE DUES FEE MIN. MEMBERS Public/18/72/130/7225.Saguaro Course: continued from previous page Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia Public/18/71//6912. Alta Mesa GC 18 Equity Market $520 $1,700 $0 350 G (480) 832-3257 623-594-3585, 12575 W. Golf Club Drive, Peoria. Ancala 18 Non $25,000 $610 $900 $0 600 GTSF (480) 391-1000 Public/18/72/134/7259. Westbrook Village Vistas Golf Course Anthem Golf & CC 36 Non $42,000 $730 $870 $0 950 GTSFSp (623) 742-6202 Sun City Riverview Golf Club 623-566-1633, 18823 N. Country Club Pkwy., 623-876-3025, 16401 Del Webb Blvd., Troon Golf Country Club Peoria. Semi-Private/18/72/121/6544. Arrowhead CC 18 Non $1,500 $435 $9 $300 450 GTSFSp (623) 561-9600 Sun City. Private/18/69.6/116/6391. 480-585-0540, 25000 N. Windy Walk Dr., Arizona CC 18 Equity $42,000 $920 $20 $2,000 550 GTSFSp (480) 889-1504 Scottsdale. Private/18/72137/6599. Westbrook Village Lakes Golf Club Aspen Valley GC 18 Equity Market $241 $0 $250 400 G (928) 527-4653 Sun City South Golf Club 602-566-3439, 19260 N. Westbrook Pkwy. Peoria. 623-876-3015, 11000 N. 103rd, Sun City. Troon North Golf Club Semi-Private/18/72/120/6412. Blackstone CC 18 Equity $20,000 $750 $19 $0 500 GTSFSp (623) 707-8710 Private/18/71.2/115/6774., 10320 E. Dynamite Blvd., Scottsdale. Public/18/71.5/138/6709. Western Skies Golf Club Briarwood CC 18 Equity Market $520 $0 $600 400 GTS (623) 584-5600 Sun Lakes Country Club 480-545-8542, 1245 E. Warner Rd., Gilbert. Capital Canyon GC 18 Non $0 $0 Club $0 0 GTSFSp (928) 445-0009 480-895-9274, 25425 N. Sun Lakes Blvd, Tuscany Falls Country Club Public/18/72/120/6673. Chaparrel Pines 18 Non $25,000 $610 $900/A $0 400 GTSF (928) 472-1430 Sun Lakes. Private/18/60/NR/3874. 623-536-2491, 16262 Cjlubhouse Dr., Goodyear. Semi-Private/18/72. Whirlwind Golf Club Cottonwood 18 Private $0 $1525/A $0 $0 0 GTSF (480) 895-9449 Sunland Village East Golf Course 480-940-1500, 5692 W. North Loop Rd., Chandler. CC at DC Ranch 18 Equity Market $1,076 $25 $1,000 400 GTSF (480) 342-7200 480-986-4079, 2250 S. Buttercup, Mesa. Union Hills Country Club Public/18/71.2/128/6691. Desert Forest GC 18 Non $40,000 $1,075 $0 $0 250 G (480) 488-4589 Semi-Private/18/62/80/3579. 623-977-4281, 9860 Lindgren Ave., Sun City. Private/18/72/129/6827. Whisper Rock Golf Club Desert Highlands 18 Non $75,000 $1,100 $21 $1,500 575 GTSFSp (480) 585-7444 Sunland Village Golf Course 480-575-8700, 32002 N. Old Bridge Rd., Desert Mountain 108 Equity Market $1,320 Club $1,500 2375 GTSFSp (480) 595-4000 480-832-3691, 725 S. Rochester St., Mesa. Viewpoint Golf Resort Scottsdale. Private/18/72/145/7405. Semi-Private/18/62/80/3623. 480-373-5555, 650 N. Hawes Rd, Mesa. The Estancia Club 18 Equity Market $1,358 $0 $0 325 GTSFSp (480) 473-4400 Semi-Private/18/71/116/6224. Wildfire Golf Club Firerock CC 18 Equity $36,000 $825 $24 $1,500 300 GTSF (480) 836-3435, 5225 E. Pathfinder., SunRidge Canyon Golf Club Forest Highlands 36 Property $40,000 $617 $20 $0 825 GTSF (928) 525-9014, 13100 N. Sunridge Dr., Villa De Paz Golf Course Phoenix Faldo Course: Resort/18/71/127/6846 Fountain Hills. Public/18/71/140/6823. 623-877-1172, 4220 N. 103rd Ave., Phoenix. Palmer Course: Resort/18/72/135/7170. Leisure World CC 18 Non $2,148/A $0 $0 $0 1100 GTSFSp (480) 634-4370 Public/18/72/114/6140. Mesa CC 18 Equity $4,500 $567 $15 $950/A 475 GSTF (480) 964-3514 Superstition Mountain Golf Club Wigwam Golf Resort 480-983-3200, 8000 E. Club Village Dr., Villa Monterey Golf Course, 451 N. Litchfield Rd, Mirabel GC 18 Equity Market $1,350 $1,200 $1,500 275 GTSFSp (480) 437-1500 Superstition Mountain. Private/18/72/135/6652. 480-990-7100, 8100 E. Camelback, Scottsdale. Litchfield Park. Resort/18/69.1/122/6085. Moon Valley CC 18 Non $2,500 $495 $18 $800 450 GTSFSp (602) 942-0000 Public/18/56.9/89/3014. Superstition Springs Golf Club Willowbrook & Willowcreek GC, Palo Verde 18 Property $0 $1225/A $0 $0 1100 GTSF (480) 895-0300, 6542 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa. Vistal Golf Club 623-876-3030, 10600 Boswell Blvd., Sun City. Paradise Valley CC 18 Equity $66,100 $420 Club $825 475 GTSF (602) 840-8100 Public/18/72/135/7005. 602-305-7755, 701 E. Thunderbird Trail, Phoenix. Private/18/72. Public/18/72/115/6469. Phoenix CC 18 Equity $22,500 $795 $0 $0 600 GTSFSp (602) 263-5208 Talking Stick Golf Course Pinewood CC 18 Equity $1,500 $825/A $18 $0 350 GTSF (928) 286-1100, 9998 E. Indian Bend Rd, Pinnacle Peak CC 18 Equity $35,000 $750 $20 $1,500 325 GTSF (480) 585-6992 Scottsdale. North: Public/18/72.7/123/7200. South: Public/18/NR/7200. Red Mnt. Ranch 18 Non $5,000 $495 $1,495 $0 450 GTSF (480) 981-6501 The Rim GC 18 Non $12,000 $850 $900 $0 295 GTSFSp (928) 472-1470 Tatum Ranch Golf Course 480-962-4653, 29888 N. Tantum Ranch Dr., Cave Rio Verde GC 36 Non $20,000 $666 $0 $0 775 GTSF (480) 471-7010 Creek. Private/18/72/128/6870. Scottsdale National 18 Invitation Only $0 $0 $0 350 G (480) 443-8868 Seville Golf and CC 18 Non $7,500 $597 $1,000 $0 456 GTSFS (480) 722-8100 Terravita Golf and Country Club 480-488-7962, 34034 North 69th Way, Scottsdale. Silverleaf GC 18 Non $175,000 $1,310 $24 $0 350 GFSp (480) 515-3200 Private/18/72/139/7186. Sun Lakes CC 18 Non $950/A $0 $10 00GSTF (480) 895-9274 The 500 Club Superstition Mtn. 36 Non $20,000 $885 $18 0 525 GTSF (480) 983-3200 623-492-9500, 4707 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd, Terravita Golf Club 18 Non $17,500 $640 $1,548 $0 325 GTSF (480) 488-7962 Phoenix. Public/18/72/121/6867. Tonte Verde GC 36 Non $20,000 $700 $0 $0 450 GSF (480) 471-2710 Toka Sticks Golf Club Torreon GC 36 Non $20,000 $365 $21 $0 780 GTSF (877) 771-6771 480-988-9405, 6910 E. Williamsfield Rd., Mesa. Troon CC 18 Non $55,000 $1,050 $21 $1,200 325 GTSF (480) 473-5093 Public/18/72/117/6605. Union Hills CC 18 Equity $5,200/A $0 $0 $400/A 390 GTSF (623) 974-5888 Tonto Verde Golf Club Whisper Rock GC 36 Non $130,000 $967 $0 $0 580 G (480) 575-8700 480-471-2710, 18401 El Circulo Drive, Rio Verde. Semi-Private/18/72/126/6342. White Mountain CC 18 Equity $13,000 $285 $19 $0 450 GT (928) 367-4357 We-Ko-Pa Golf Club Yuma Golf & CC 18 Equity $1,500 $465 $0 $600 450 GTS (928) 726-4210 TPC of Scottsdale 480-585-4334, 17020 N. Hayden Rd., Scottsdale. Stadium: Public/18/71/138/7216 Note: All of the clubs indicated different priced memberships (individual, family, corporate, etc.) therefore, prices reflect information on family memberships if possible. The double asterisk indicates dual memberships. Facilities range from golf (G), tennis (T), swimming (S), fitness (F), and spa (Sp). Spa includes salon and massage therapy. Under Type of club, property represents land/membership only. Under Trail fee, club represents only club carts allowed Champions: Public18/71/140/73.7 The publisher and staff of Desert Golf & Tennis make every effort to ensure accuracy in our maps and directories. Should you find any errors please email us with the corrections. Our desire is Trail Ridge Golf Club for our maps and directories to remain as current as possible; with your assistance we will 623-544-6015, 21021 N. 151 St., Sun City West. Private/18/71.3/127/6618. achieve the highest level of accuracy. We value your input. maps@desertgolf&

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Rio Rico Resort & Country Club Torres Blancas Golf Course Tucson National, The Club 520-281-8567, 1069 Camino A la Posada, Rio 520-625-5200, 3233 S. Abrego Dr., Green Valley. 520-575-7540, 2727 W. Club Dr., Tucson. Tucson Arizona Rico. Semi-Private/18/72/7,119/128. Semi-Private/18/72/69/123/6371. Orange/Gold: Resort/18/72/71.6/133/6549, Gold/Green: Resort/18/72/70.3/136/6319, 1. 49er Golf Club Rolling Hills Golf Club Trini Alvarez El Rio Golf Course Green/Orange: Resort/18/72/69.5/133/6146. 2. Arizonia National Golf Course 520-298-2401, 8900 E. 29th St., Tucson. 520-791-4229, 1400 W. Speedway Blvd., Tucson. 3. Canoa Hills Golf Course Private/18/72/59.9/90/4146. Public/18/72/68.5/119/6090. Ventana Canyon, The Lodge at 4. Canoa Ranch Golf Course 520-828-5701, 6200 N. Clubhouse Lane, 5. Country Club of Green Valley SaddleBrooke Country Club Tubac Golf Resort Tucson. Canyon: Semi-Private 6. Crooked Tree Golf Course 520-825-2505, 64500 E. Saddlebrooke Blvd., 520-398-2021, Box 1297, #1 Otero Rd., Tubac. /18/72/70.2/137/6289 7. Del Lago Golf Club Tucson. Saddlebrooke/Catalina: Resort/18/71/6,776/128. Mountain: Semi-Private 8. Desert Hills Golf Club 9. Dorado Golf Course Private/18/72/67.3/116/5842, /18/72/70.5/139/6346. 10. El Conquistador Country Club Saddlebrooke/Tucson: Private Tucson Country Club 11. Fred Enke Golf Course /18/72/68.1/121/6033, Tucson/Catalina: 520-298-2381, 2950 N. Camino Principal, Vistoso, The Golf Club at 12. The Gallery Golf Club Private/18/72/68.2/122/6005. T u c s o n . P r i v a t e / 1 8 / 7 2 / 6 ,8 0 9/123. 520-797-9900, 955 W. Vistoso Highlands Dr., 13. Haven Golf Course Tucson. Public/18/72/6,935/145. 14. Heritage Highlands Golf Club San Ignacio Golf Club 15. La Paloma Golf & Country Club 520-648-3469, 4201 S. Camino Del Sol, Green 16. Oro Valley Country Club Valley. Public/18/71/6,704/136. 17. The Pines Golf Club at Marana 18. Preserve Golf Club 19. Quail Creek Country Club Santa Rita Country Club 20. Randolph North Golf Course 520-762-5620, 16461 S. Houghton Rd., 21. Rio Rico Resort & Country Club Tucson. Semi-Private/18/72/122/6042. 22. Rolling Hills Golf Club 23. SaddleBrooke Country Club Silverbell Golf Course 24. San Ignacio Golf Club 520-791-5235, 3600 N. Silverbell Rd, Tucson. 25. Santa Rita Country Club Public/18/72/69.6/119/6361. 26. Silverbell Golf Course 27. Skyline Country Club 28. Starr Pass Golf Course Skyline Country Club 29. Stone Canyon Country Club 520-299-1111, 5200 E. St. Andrews, Tucson. 30. The Views Golf Club at Oro Valley Private/18/71/6,123/118. 31. Torres Blancas Golf Course 32. Trini Alvarez El Rio Golf Course Starr Pass Golf Course 33. Tubac Golf Resort 520-670-0400, 3645 West 22nd St, Tucson. 34. Tucson Country Club 35. Tucson National, The Club Rattler/Coyote: Resort/18/72/71.2/135/6578 36. Ventana Canyon, The Lodge at Classic: Resort/18/72/71.8/135/6686. The Gallery Golf Club 37. Vistoso, The Golf Club at Stone Canyon Country Club 520-219-1500, 945 W. Vistoso Highlands Dr., Tucson. Private/18/72/72./135/6683. The publisher and staff of Desert Golf & Tennis make every effort to ensure accuracy in our maps Heritage Highlands Golf Club The Views Golf Club at Oro Valley and directories. Should you find any errors please email us with the corrections. Our desire is 520-597-7000, 4949 W. Heritage Club Blvd, for our maps and directories to remain as current as possible; with your assistance we will Marana. Semi-Private/18/72/6,904/134. 520-825-3110, 1565 E. Rancho Vistoso Blvd, Oro Valley. Semi-Private/18/72/6,723/143 achieve the highest level of accuracy. We value your input. maps@desertgolf& La Paloma Golf & Country Club 49er Golf Club Desert Hills Golf Club 520-299-1500, 3660 E. Sunrise Blvd., Tucson. 520-749-4001, 12000 E. Tanque Verde Rd., 520-625-5090, 2500 S. Circulo de Las Lomas, Canyon/Hill: Resort/18/72/70.8/140/6307 Tucson. Semi-Private/18/72/6,681/116. Green Valley. Private/18/72/69.2/125/6182. Ridge/Canyon: Resort/18/72/71.7/143/6487. Ridge/Hill: Resort/18/72/69.7/142/6296. Arizonia National Golf Course Dorado Golf Course 520-749-3519, 9777 E. Sabino Green Dr. 520-885-6751, 1200 N. Dorado Club Dr., Tucson. Oro Valley Country Club Semi-Private/18/72. Public/18/72/59.3/92/4120. 520-297-3322, 300 W. Greenock Dr., Oro Valley. Private Golf clubs- tucson Private/18/72/6,964/129. Canoa Hills Golf Course El Conquistador Country Club 520-648-1881, 1401 Calle Urbano, Green Valley 520-544-1800, 10555 N. La Dr., Tucson. The Pines Golf Club at Marana CLUB #HOLES TYPE INITIATION MONTHLY TRAIL FOOD CAP OF FACILITIES PHONE Semi-Private/18/72/6,610/130. Canada: Semi-Private/18/72/69.8/126/6185, 520-744-7443, 8480 N. Continental Links Dr., FEE DUES FEE MIN. MEMBERS Conquistador: Semi- Tucson. Public/18/72/68.1/123/5810. Canoa Ranch Golf Course Private/18/72/70.5/124/6331. CC of Green Valley 18 Non $1,000 $445 $0 $0 350 GS (520) 625-8806 520-393-1966, 5800 S. Camino del Sol, Green Preserve Golf Club Desert Hills GC 18 Equity $4,250 $490 $0 $0 410 G (520) 625-5090 Valley. Semi-Private/18/72/68/120/6040. Fred Enke Golf Course 520-825-9022, 66567 E. Catalina Hills, 520-791-2539, 8251 E. Irvington Rd., Tucson. Tucson.Public/18/72/69.9/130/6392. 49er Golf & CC 18 Non $500 $100 $900 $480 500 GSF (520) 749-4925 Country Club of Green Valley Public/18/72/6,807/137. The Gallery GC 36 Non $15,000 $795 $1,325 $0 780 GTSFSp (520) 744-2555 520-625-8831, 77 Paseo de Golf, Green Valley. Quail Creek Country Club Lodge at Ventana 36 Equity $17,000 $795 $1,510 $900 556 GTSFSp (520) 577-1400 Private/18/72/6,738/124. The Gallery Golf Club 520-393-5802, 2010 E Quail Crossing Blvd, Green 520-744-4700, 14000 N. Dove Mountain Valley. Private/18/72/70.4/127/6489. Oro Valley CC 18 Equity $7,500 $678 $1,500 N/A 340 GTF (520) 297-1121 Crooked Tree Golf Course Blvd., Marana. Skyline CC 18 Non $2,500 $620 $18 $600 850 GTSFSp (520) 299-1111 520-744-3322, 9101 N. Thornydale Rd., Tucson. South: Private/18/72/71.5/128/6828, Randolph North Golf Course Public/18/72/6,896/130. North: Private/18/72/70.6/134/6576. 520-791-4161, 600 S. Alvernon Way. Tucson. Stone Canyon Club 18 Non $1,200 $875 $22 22 450 GTSFSp (520) 219-1500 520-625-4281, 110 N. Abrego Drive, Green Dell Urich Course: Public/18/72/67.1/112/5939, Tucson CC 18 Equity $10,000 $625 $0 $1,200 425 GTSFSp (520) 298-6769 Del Lago Golf Club Valley.18/72/6,867/117. Randolph North Course: 520-647-1100, 14155 E. Via Rancho del Lago, Vail. Public/18/72/70./120/6436. Note: All of the clubs indicated different priced memberships (individual, family, corporate, etc.) therefore, prices reflect information on family memberships if possible. The double asterisk indicates dual memberships. Facilities range from golf (G), tennis Public/18/73/7,206/135. (T), swimming (S), fitness (F), and spa (Sp). Spa includes salon and massage therapy. Under Type of club, property represents land/membership only. Under Trail fee, club represents only club carts allowed

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Casablanca Golf Club Legacy Golf Club Las Vegas 702-346-7529, 930 West Mesquite Blvd.,, 130 Par Excellence Drive, Mesquite. Public/18/72/7,011/130. Henderson. Public/18/72/7,233/136. 1. Angel Park 2. Anthem Country Club Cascata Golf Club Los Prados Golf Club 4. Arroyo Golf Club 702-294-2000, 1 Cascata Drive, Boulder City, 702-645-5696, 5150 Los Prados Circle, Las Vegas. 3. Badlands Golf Club Public/18/72/143/7137. Semi-Private/18/70/5,350/107. 4. Bali Hai Golf Club 5. Bear’s Best Las Vegas Golf Course Chaparral Country Club Mojave Resort 6. Black Mountain Golf Club 520-758-3939, E. Mohave Dr., Bullhead City. 702-535-4653, 9905 Aha Macav Parkway, 7. Boulder City Golf Course Semi-Private/18/72. Laughlin. Resort/Public/18/72/6,939/126. 8. Callaway Golf Center 9. Canyon Gate Country Club 10. Casablanca Golf Club Craig Ranch Golf Club The Oasis Golf Club 11. Cascata Golf Club 702-642-9700, 628 West Craig Road, Las Vegas. 800-266-3313, 851 Oasis Blvd., Mesquite. 12. Chaparral Country Club Public/18/70/6,001/105. Palmer: Public/18/72/6,982/141. 13. Craig Ranch Golf Club Canyons: Public/18/71/6549. 14. Desert Lakes Golf Club Desert Lakes Golf Club 15. Desert Pines Golf Club 520-768-1000, Desert Lakes Dr., Bullhead City. Painted Desert Golf Club 16. Desert Rose Golf Club Resort/18/72., 555 Painted Mirage, 17. Desert Willow Golf Course Las Vegas. Public/18/72/6,840/136. 18. DragonRidge Golf Club 19. Eagle Crest Golf Club Desert Pines Golf Club 21. Falcon Ridge Golf Course, 3415 E. Banzana Rd., Palm Valley Golf Club 22. Highland Falls Golf Club Las Vegas, Public/18/71/6,810/122. 702-363-4373, 9201 Del Webb Boulevard, Las 23. Lake View Executive Golf Course Vegas. Semi-Private/18/72/6,849/127. 24. Las Vegas Country Club Desert Rose Golf Club 25. Las Vegas Golf Club, 5483 Clubhouse Drive, Las The Palms Golf Club 26. Las Vegas National Golf Club Vegas. Public/18/71/6,511/117. 800-621-0187, 2200 Hillside Drive, Mesquite. 27. Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort 28. Legacy Golf Club Public/18/72/7,008/137. 29. Los Prados Golf Club Desert Willow Golf Course 30. Mojave Resort 702-263-4653, 2020 W. Horizon Ridge Pkwy, Primm Valley Golf Club 31. The Oasis Golf Club Henderson. Public/18/60/3,811/91. 702-679-5510, 1 Yates Well Road Exit, Primm. 32. Painted Desert Golf Club Lakes: Public/18/71/6,945/134. 33. Palm Valley Golf Club DragonRidge Golf Club Desert: Public/18/72/7,131/138. 34. The Palms Golf Club, 552 South Stepahine Street, 35. Primm Valley Golf Club Henderson. Private/18/72/7,200. Red Rock Country Club 36. Red Rock Country Club 38. The Revere at Anthem 702-304-5600, 2250 Red Springs Dr., Las Vegas. 39. Rhodes Ranch Eagle Crest Golf Club Mountain course: Private/18/72/7001. 40. Rio Secco 702-240-1320, 2203 Thomas Ryan Blvd., Las Arroyo course: Private/18/72/6883. 41. Royal Links Golf Club Vegas. Semi-Private/18/60/4,067/96. 42. Shadow Creek Golf Club The Revere at Anthem 43. Siena Golf Club Falcon Ridge Golf Course, 2600 Hampton Rd., 44. SilverStone Golf Club 702-346-6363, 345 Calais Dr., Mesquite. Henderson, Public/18/72/7,143. 45. Southshore at Lake Las Vegas Resort Public/18/71/6546. 46. Southern Highlands Golf Club 47. Spanish Trail Golf and Country Club Rhodes Ranch 49. Sunrise Vista Golf Club Highland Falls Golf Club, 20 Rhodes Ranch Parkway, Las 50. TPC at the Canyons 702-254-7010, 10201 Sun City Boulevard, Las Vegas. Public/18/72/6,860/122. 51. TPC at Summerlin Vegas. Semi-Private/18/72/6,512/126. 52. Wildhorse Golf Club Rio Secco 53. Willow Creek Golf Club Lake View Executive Golf Course 702-889-2400, 2851 Grand Hills Drive, Las Vegas. 54. Wolf Creek 702-727-6388, 1471 Mount Charleston Drive, Public/18/72/7,332/142. 55. Tuscany Golf Club Pahrump. Public/18/59/3,587/77. Royal Links Golf Club Las Vegas Country Club, 5995 Vegas Valley Blvd., Las 702-734-1122, 3000 Joe W. Brown Drive, Las Vegas. Public/18/72/7,029/135. Black Mountain Golf Club Vegas. Private/18/72/7,164/117. 702-565-7933, 500 Greenway Road, Henderson. Shadow Creek Golf Club Semi-Private/27/72/6,550/123. Las Vegas Golf Club 888-778-3387, 3 Shadow Creek Dr., North Las 4300 West Washington, Vegas. Private/Resort/18/72/7,239/139. Boulder City Golf Course Las Vegas. Public/18/72/6,631/117. 702-293-9236, 1 Clubhouse Drive, Boulder City. Siena Golf Club Public/18/72/6,561/110. Las Vegas National Golf Club 800-727-8331 (Par-Tee1), 10575 Siena Monte, 1911 East Desert Inn Rd., Las Ave., Las Vegas. Public/18/71.5/6,843/129. Angel Park Arroyo Golf Club Bali Hai Golf Club Callaway Golf Center Vegas. Public/18/71/6,815/130., 100 South Rampart Blvd.,, 2250 Red Springs Drive,, 5160 Las Vegas Blvd., 702-896-4100, 6730 South Las Vegas Bldv., SilverStone Golf Club Las Vegas. Palm: Public/18/70/6,722/128 Las Vegas. Public/18/72/6,883/124. Las Vegas. Public/18/72/7,050. Las Vegas. Public. Open 6:30am-10:00pm. Driving Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort 702-562-3770, 8600 Cupp Dr., Las Vegas. Mountain: Public/18/71/6,530/130. range, Lessons (The Giant Golf Academy) and, 10325 Nu-Wav Kaiv Blvd., Las Desert: Public/9/36/3560 Mountain: Badlands Golf Club Bear’s Best Las Vegas Golf Course practice greens are available. Vegas. Snow Mountain: Public/9/36/3599 Valley: Public/9/36/3398. Anthem Country Club, 9119 Alta Drive, Las Vegas. 702-804-8500, 11111 West Flamingo Rd, Las Resort/18/72/7,146/125. Sun Mountain: 702-614-5050, 1 Clubside Drive, Henderson, Desperado-Diablo: Vegas. Public/18/72/7,194. Canyon Gate Country Club Resort/18/72/7,112/130. Wolf: Southshore at Lake Las Vegas Resort Private/18/72/7,267. Public/18/72/6,926/133.Desperado-Outlaw: 702-363-0303, 2001 Canyon Gate Drive, Las Resort/18/72/7,604/149. 702-558-0022, 100 Strada di Circolo, Henderson. Public/18/72/6,602/125.Diablo-Outlaw: Vegas. Private/18/72/6,742/125. Public/18/71/6,925/133. Public/18/72/6,802/129.

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Southern Highlands Golf Club 702-263-1000, 1 Robert Trent Jones Ln., Las Vegas. Private/18/72/7,240.

Spanish Trail Golf and Country Club 702-364-0357, 5050 Spanish Trail Lane, Las Vegas. Sunrise-Canyon: Private/18/72/7,002/124. Lakes-Sunrise: Private/18/72/6,957/131. Canyon-Lakes: Private/18/72/,7107/131.

Sunrise Vista Golf Club 702-652-2602. 2841 Kinley Drive, Nellis. Eagle-Falcon: Public/Military/18/72/7,051/115 Raptor-Eagle: Public/Military /18/72/6,946/123. (See Map #49) TPC at the Canyons, 9851 Canyon Run Drive, Las Vegas. Public/18/71/7,063/131.

TPC at Summerlin 702-256-0111, 1700 Village Center Circle, Las Vegas. Private/18/72/7,243/139.

Tuscany Golf Club 1-866-TUSCANY, 901 Olivia Parkway, Henderson. Resort/Public/18/72/7,109/131.

Wildhorse Golf Club, 2100 West Warm Springs Rd., Las Vegas. Public/18/72/7,041/131.

Willow Creek Golf Club 775-727-4653, 1500 Red Butte Street, Pahrump. Semi-Private/18/71/7,025/124. Wolf Creek Wolf Creek 866-252-4653, 403 Paradise Pkwy, Mesquite. Public/18/72/7,018.

The publisher and staff of Desert Golf & Tennis make every effort to ensure accuracy in our maps and directories. Should you find any errors please email us with the corrections. Our desire is for our maps and directories to remain as current as possible; with your assistance we will achieve the highest level of accuracy. We value your input. maps@desertgolf& Private Golf clubs- las Vegas CLUB #HOLES TYPE INITIATION MONTHLY TRAIL FOOD CAP OF FACILITIES PHONE FEE DUES FEE MIN. MEMBERS

Anthem CC 18 Equity $12,500 $830 $900 $200/Q 450 GTSFSp (702) 614-5000 Canyon Gate 18 Non $1,500 $680 $1,000 $800/A 500 GTSF (702) 363-0303 DragonRidge CC 18 Non $12,500 $765 $22 $1,200 400 GTSFSp (702) 614-4444 Las Vegas CC 18 Equity $23,000 $800 $1,050 $1,200 650 GTSFSp (702) 734-1122 Red Rock CC 36 Non $8,000 $830 $1,500 $1,200 425 GTSFSp (702) 304-5600 Southern Highlands 18 Non $50,000 $1,395 $22 $1,200 300 GTSFSp (702) 263-1000 GC at Southshore 18 Non $10,000 $745 $1,500 $1,200 475 GSTF (702) 568-5800 Spanish Trail CC 27 Non $0 $700 $0 $22 589 GTFS (702) 364-5050 TPC at Summerlin 18 Non $40,000 $800 $0 $800 450 GTS (702) 256-0111

Note: All of the clubs indicated different priced memberships (individual, family, corporate, etc.) therefore, prices reflect information on family memberships if possible. The double asterisk indicates dual memberships. Facilities range from golf (G), tennis (T), swimming (S), fitness (F), and spa (Sp). Spa includes salon and massage therapy. Under Type of club, property represents land/membership only. Under Trail fee, club represents only club carts allowed

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