Craig Hocknull
April 10, 2015

Scottsdale Living

Mirabel Golf Club reaches golf membership cap

Mirabel, Scottsdale’s premier golf club, has reached its maximum capacity in golf memberships. As many private golf clubs across the country struggle to maintain and grow membership, this is a true testament to Mirabel’s prominence and reputation in the industry. Originally set at 350, the golf membership cap was lowered to 275 in 2012 in order to maintain the Club’s close-knit community atmosphere.

“Meeting our golf membership cap is a direct result of Mirabel’s remarkable, luxury golf club experience,” said Mirabel General Manager, Randy St. John, CCM. “In addition to our amenities, the members have built a welcoming and desirable community that makes Mirabel one of the best private clubs in the Southwest.”

A Tom Fazio designed course, Mirabel is one of the most honored private golf courses in Scottsdale and has been regularly recognized by Golfweek, GOLF Magazine and Arizona Foothills Magazine as among the best private golf clubs in the United States.

There are still a limited number of social memberships, and Mirabel will offer future golf memberships through a market-based pricing program as they become available. Market-based pricing allows the price of membership to fluctuate according to supply and demand, as opposed to being tied to a set initiation fee.

Member satisfaction is a priority at Mirabel and benefits include access to the award-winning golf course, comprehensive tennis and fitness programs, a variety of year-round dining options and a resort-sized swimming pool with private cabanas. Members are also granted exclusive access to the Frank Lloyd Wright inspired Desert Lodge clubhouse.