Club makes changes to become more accessible to guests
(Scottsdale, Ariz.) - Troon, a leader in upscale golf course management, development and marketing, announced that Quintero Golf Club in Peoria, Ariz. is now offering expanded playing opportunities for non-members. With tee time reservations available for daily-fee play, guests can enjoy the now semi-private Quintero Golf Club, which was recently purchased by Infinity Capital Golf Resources, LLC of Scottsdale, Ariz.
The accessible, yet still secluded golf club is located less than one hour northwest of downtown Phoenix, Ariz. in the high Sonoran desert and ranked among the "Top 100 Residential Courses" and "America's Greatest Modern Courses" by Golfweek. Quintero, also named one of the best in Arizona by Golf Digest, was designed by esteemed architect Rees Jones and includes an extensive practice facility. Located at an elevation between 1,986 and 2,670 feet in the Hieroglyphic Mountains, the entire property is surrounded by Federal lands, adding to its secluded feel.
"Quintero Golf Club rivals some of the best golf courses in the country," said John Easterbrook, Troon's executive vice president, operations. "We are thrilled that more golfers will have the opportunity to experience the incredible design and pristine setting that makes Quintero so unique."
In addition to 18 holes of spectacular mountain golf, the facility takes full advantage of the sweeping desert landscape with significant elevation changes and lush collections of native cactus and trees, including Saguaro, Ocotillo, Ironwood, Palo Verde, and Acacia. Great care has been taken to maintain the natural setting, making the course appear as if it has been a part of the landscape for many years.
For more information on Quintero Golf Club, visit www.QuinteroGolf.com.