Dove Mountain

Low density plan inspired by a true atmosphere of community and genuine respect for natural habitat is the main environment of Dove Mountain. Soaring from 2,700 to 4,300 feet, this golf spot offers magnificent views from all directions, with nearly 9 square miles given to open space. Ten miles of boundary from Arizona State Trust proves the integrity of this golf vacation destination‘s perimeter.

Dove Mountain is the home of the The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, which was designed by legendary golf architect, Jack Nicklaus. The high Sonoran Desert in the area provides a challenging attitude that integrates solidly into the variety of easy shot values. As a result, the golf vacation location invigorates an elite venue that different kinds of golfers can take advantage of, including golf legends. The lush desert mountain terrain of this 27 holes Nicklaus signature design presents a unique character that blends among noble saguaros. Beneath the surrounding Tortolita Mountain Range, this course requires shots that go beyond imagination. It calls players to perform their creativity on every area, even those that seem like plain fields.

Dove Mountain was obviously crafted to test every generation of champions. For that reason, it has received accolades from prestigious tour professionals and reviewers especially during the annual World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship in 2009. The event expected the same number of ranked players in the when it returned in 2010. With view on the golf trip course from every angle on the accommodations, the residences have also grown through the years, here. Indoor and outdoor spaces are present all year round on the twenty custom estate home sites and award winning clubhouse complex that offers a homey atmosphere to both residents and guests.


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