Arizona Golf Courses – Test Drive Tatum Ranch Golf Club
From the Arizona Golf Authority Golf News Desk
Cave Creek, Arizona – Tatum Ranch Golf Club is offering avid players the opportunity to sample the private country club lifestyle through their new Summer Membership program.
The golf course, designed by Bob Cupp, opened in 1986 and is both an entertaining and challenging layout that’s matured quite nicely. Generous fairways make it playable for everyone, as do seven, yes, 7 sets of tee markers. Skilled players will be tested from the 6,856-yard tips (72.2 / 135), while friends and family can choose their own comfortable yardage and everyone can enjoy a day of recreational golf, together.
Although the Club is technically located in Cave Creek, it’s right on the edge of both Scottsdale and North Phoenix, just north of Loop-101 on Cave Creek Road – quite convenient to drive to, actually.
The Tatum Ranch summer membership includes:
• Access to the 18-hole championship golf course 5/1 through 9/30/2012
• Seven-day advance Tee Times, any day after 9:00am – cart fee applies
• Access to the driving range and practice facilities 5/1 through 9/30/2012
• Full access to the swimming pool, fitness center, clubhouse amenities and social events
• Preferred rates at OB Sports managed golf courses; check out www.obsports.com/travel
Only a limited number of Summer Memberships are being offered at $1000, so act quickly. Come September 30, if you like the country-club lifestyle, you have the opportunity to upgrade to full membership – at which time, Tatum Ranch will credit the $1000 Summer Pass payment against the initiation fee for any of several full-golf membership categories.
For help with the Summer Memberships at Tatum Ranch Golf Club offer call 480.585.2399, email Ellen Haboush, Director of Membership at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.tatumranchgc.com/summer for all the details.
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