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Why homebuilders are getting creative with Valley golf courses

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A unique putting course being created in the West Valley as part of new housing development will feature holes identical to those of championship golf courses around the nation. / Provided by Lennar / Phoenix Business Journal

By Angela Gonzales  | Phoenix Business Journal

An 18-hole championship golf course being designed by Jack Nicklaus at Toll Brothers Inc.’s Sterling Grove in Surprise will be only the second golf course to be built in the West Valley in nearly a decade.

In fact, during the past three years, the only golf courses to open in Maricopa County were Victory at Verrado in 2017 and Desert Mountain’s Seven Golf Course in 2019.

Spanning 200 acres, the West Valley’s newest course will be open for Sterling Grove homeowners in January 2021, with a $10,000 initiation fee and a $450 monthly membership fee, said Kevin Rosinski, senior vice president for Toll Brothers (NYSE: TOL).


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