SaddleBrooke TWO retirement community announced their comprehensive renovation plan for its MountainView Golf Course. The 18-hole MountainView Golf Course is a public course built in 1997 and has hosted NCAA Collegiate tournaments. Groundbreaking on renovations is scheduled for May 1.
“This multimillion-dollar project is the result of a community focus by our homeowners to ensure SaddleBrooke TWO provides the most up-to-date amenities of any 55+ community in Southern Arizona,” said Dan Linegar. “This project, along with a newly constructed 14-court pickleball complex, are great examples of that commitment by our residents. As HOA president, I am very excited to see this renovation at our MountainView Golf Course get underway.”
While the course will be fully closed beginning in May, work is already underway as the team has begun renovations and improvements to the cart paths, irrigation mainline, and more. SaddleBrooke TWO is working in tandem with Invited Club Management (ICM) on the scope of this project. In addition to renovation support, ICM is the management company for both MountainView Golf Course and The Preserve Golf Course. Once complete, the golf course renovation will reposition MountainView as one of the premier golf experiences in Tucson.
“It’s amazing that the renovation of MountainView is just around the corner,” said Matt Hudson, PGA director of golf operations for SaddleBrooke TWO. “It is truly a product of collaboration between the staff and the community and accomplishes the goal of providing the very best for the residents of SaddleBrooke. State-of-the-art irrigation, new bunkers, and fresh tee decks will all contribute to the improvement of a community favorite.”
Planned improvements include:
* Replacement of irrigation system;
* Newly designed bunkers featuring drainage, sand, shape, and placement;
* Newly designed tees;
* New cart path from hole number 9 green to putting green area;
* Totally redesigned parking area and increased golf cart parking capacity;
* Drainage repairs and improvements;
* Tree relocation to improve turfgrass quality;
* Seven acres of strategic turf reduction; and
* Rebranding for courses, including new logos.
Director of Golf Course Maintenance Paul Hallock said, “This is a very exciting time in the evolution of the MountainView Golf Course. We have taken painstaking steps to improve conditions overall, and this project is the icing on the MountainView cake. At the completion of this project, our members, their families, guests, and the Greater Tucson community will be proud of what we have accomplished with this investment.”
Although work had begun behind the scenes, the official course closure and Groundbreaking Ceremony took place on May 1. To enjoy a round at MountainView before renovation begins, please call the Golf Shop at 520-818-1100 or book online. Periodic updates and renovation progress will be posted on our social media channels and sent through regular emails. To sign up for email updates visit our website at sbhoa2.org.
About Invited Club Management (formerly ClubLife Management)
Invited Club Management, an affiliate of Invited, the World Leader in Private Clubs, provides full-service management and consulting services to owners of private clubs and premier, daily-fee golf courses. Drawing on 62 years of experience in the club space, Invited Club Management is uniquely poised to leverage the superior technologies, platforms, and resources that drive peak financial performance and unparalleled member satisfaction at more than 200 owned properties for the benefit of our management clients.
About Invited (formerly ClubCorp)
Since its founding in 1957, Dallas-based Invited has operated with the mission of Building Relationships and Enriching Lives®. The leading owner-operator of private golf and country clubs, city, and stadium clubs in North America, Invited is relentless in its pursuit of providing extraordinary experiences, meaningful connections, shared passions, and memorable moments for its more than 400,000 members. The company’s mission is supported by 20,000 peak-season employees and a portfolio of 200 owned or operated golf and country clubs, city clubs, sports clubs, stadium clubs in 29 states, and seven BigShots Golf locations. Invited creates communities and a lifestyle through its championship golf courses, workspaces, handcrafted cuisine, resort-style pools, tennis and pickleball facilities, golf lounges, fitness centers, and pioneering programming.
Marquee Invited properties include: Firestone Country Club (Akron, Ohio), Mission Hills Country Club (Rancho Mirage, Calif.), The Woodlands Country Club (Houston, Texas), and The Metropolitan Club (Chicago, Ill.).