Desert Mountain wowed guests at a surprise birthday party for member Paulette Maslick by utilizing “skullmapping,” a 3-D production process that projects animated scenes onto diners’ plates. When hosting private events, clubs continue to innovate to create one-of-a-kind experiences for members. Joe Maslick, a member of Desert Mountain in Scottsdale, Ariz., wanted to present something […]
As the course at the Scottsdale, Ariz. resort is rerouted from 27 to 18 holes, turf usage will be reduced by 45 acres. The work will begin in January 2018 and the new course is expected to reopen in the late fall of next year.
A hybrid sand mix has “dramatically increased the level of playability,” says Dick Hyland, Director of Golf. Liners have also been replaces and the drainage system has been improved.
Each member will be assessed a one-time fee of $16,500, which will be the only contribution ever required of them.