Scottsdale golf homes are as abundant and
varied as the golfing experiences offered at the more than 200 golf
courses around the Valley of the Sun.
home buyer can easily find a home site on a golf course that matches
his or her skill level and personal life style preference. Scottsdale
golf residences can be found on or near public courses, on private courses
and tucked away in gated, planned communities. Many Scottsdale golf
courses highlight desert terrain, where the game can be played among
saguaro cactus and paloverde trees. Other course use natural terrain
as part of the challenge. A more traditional experience with tree-lined
fairways can also be found. McCormick
Ranch Golf Club, Scottsdale’s first planned community, has
two eighteen-hole courses whose design and vegetation style will be
familiar to golfers from midwestern areas of the country.
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possible to live in a Scottsdale golf home on a course that is steeped
in celebrity and tradition. Scottsdale boasts a number of championship
golf courses, and hosts such popular tournaments as the PGA Tour’s Phoenix
Open at the Tournament Player’s Club of Scottsdale and the Arizona Open
Golf & Country Club.
is a private, member-owned, limited-membership club restricted to Troon
community real estate owners. Current prices of resale homes at Troon
start around $237,500 for townhouses or patio homes and go to over $2
million for single-family homes. Resale home sites can be purchased
for anywhere from $185,000 to around $850,000.
Tournament Player’s Club of Scottsdale
(TPC) has two 18-hole courses that are open to the public – the
Stadium course and the shorter Desert course. Resale homes at TPC are
priced from around $439,900 to nearly $800,000.