The Sonoran Desert has been a favorite golfing venue for more than a generation. t got on the American golf map around the time that Jack, Tom, Arnie and Gary gathered in Scottsdale to play the first Skins Game in 1983. About 10 miles down the road from that first game, Vista Verde took root and for the past 8 years has provided a favorite gathering place for countless foursomes with a variety of skills.
A change in ownership and a refining of focus led to a name change, from Vista Verde to Tegavah, Yapavai for gathering place. In addition to a 7,729 yard golf course that takes full advantage of the sweeping contours of the desert in which it’s nested, Tegavah is developing a world-class residential community in the Sonoran Desert.
With golf as the foundation, the development planned by TerraWest Communities and OB Sports Golf Management and designed by Tate Studio Architects will embrace the stunning terrain and mountain views and provide a broad array of amenities, including a demonstration kitchen for cooking classes, weight room, fitness center, movement studio, social and multi-purpose areas, outdoor pool and hot tub.
Give the course a test run and while you’re there, check out the development.