Mirabel Golf Club Ranks In Top 100 Of Golfweek’s 2015 List Of Best Residential Courses

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Growing List of Awards Further Solidifies Mirabel as one of the Most Honored Private Clubs in Arizona

Desert Lodge Clubhouse - Mirabel

“There are more than 15,000 golf courses in the United States and it is truly an honor to be recognized for a second straight year in Golfweek’s top 100,” said David Engram, Head Golf Pro at Mirabel.

Mirabel, Scottsdale’s premier private golf club, has been ranked in the top 100 of Golfweek’s 2015 Best Residential Courses. Courses are rated based on several factors including: ease and intimacy of routing, variety and memorability of each hole, overall landscaping and the basic quality and condition of the course. Mirabel is one of the most honored courses in the Valley and has been regularly recognized as one of the best private golf clubs in the United States.

Ranked 81st Best Residential Course by Golfweek, Mirabel’s Tom Fazio designed 7,147 yard course plays to a par-71 and is suitable for golfers of all levels. The thoughtful design includes generous landing areas, pristine greens and forward tee positions that create an experience both tough and enjoyable.

“There are more than 15,000 golf courses in the United States and it is truly an honor to be recognized for a second straight year in Golfweek’s top 100,” said David Engram, Head Golf Pro at Mirabel. “We have worked tirelessly to make this club into something really special and this award helps show the entire golf community the type of high-caliber, luxury golf club experience that our members already enjoy.”

Mirabel has been ranked the Best Private Golf Club in Arizona by AZ Golf Insider Magazine and is honored as one of BoardRoom Magazine’s Distinguished Clubs. Recently Mirabel was among a few select communities to be recognized by Arizona Foothills Magazine as one of Arizona’s Best Places to Live for 2014.

The private, gated community which surrounds the golf club consists of 348 homesites offering both luxury homes and custom lots, is quietly nestled in the heart of the Sonoran Desert. Sitting 3,000 feet above Phoenix, Mirabel offers a milder climate and amazing panoramic views of surrounding mountains and city lights.

In addition to top-notch golf, the club boasts championship-caliber Har-Tru clay tennis courts and comprehensive tennis courses, multi-sport fitness facilities and extensive health and wellness programs. Members are also granted exclusive access to the 38,000 square-foot, Frank Lloyd Wright inspired, Desert Lodge Clubhouse. The clubhouse offers exceptional fine and casual dining, full service Medi spa and social activities year round.

The North Scottsdale club offers both golf and social memberships and property ownership is not required for membership, but availability is limited. For more information about Mirabel, visit http://www.mirabel.com. To learn more about current membership opportunities contact Michele Massambani at 480-437-1502 or email membership(at)mirabel(dot)com.

About Mirabel
Mirabel, an award-winning community and member-owned, private club located in North Scottsdale is situated on more than 700 acres of Sonoran Desert. Sitting 3,000 feet above the Valley, Mirabel offers a milder climate, breathtaking panoramic views of surrounding mountains and city lights and dramatic sunsets and star-filled night-time skies. Within the security of the guard-gated community are striking custom homes, expansive home sites with spectacular views and a stunning Tom Fazio-designed golf course and the magnificent 38,000 square foot Desert Lodge Clubhouse.

Mirabel offers equity and transferable memberships that do not require property ownership. Member benefits include access to the award winning Tom Fazio golf course, exceptional fine and casual dining, social activities, championship-caliber Har-Tru clay tennis courts, a resort-style spa and state-of-the-art fitness facilities.

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