Ironwood Country Club is a private-equity club with two carefully maintained courses nestled in the foothills of the Santa Rosa Mountains. Ironwood recently put the finishing touches in a 2-year, $24 million dollar reconstruction of their clubhouse, Turnaround Café and fitness center. All told, the club has spent upwards of $5 million dollars to maintain the courses’ immaculate condition. The club’s two courses are well known and respected within the Valley.
The South Course plays 7,256 yards from the tips and there are no homes on the course itself. The South Course is rated sixth in the Top Ten courses in the Valley. The South Course was established in 1973 and features wide fairways and tifdwarf greens. The South Course is a long one and sits high above the desert floor, providing golfers with a spectacular view.
The North Course plays 6,060 yards and has no homes on the front nine. The North Course was established in 1977 and is narrower and shorter, compared to the South Course. This course is laid out against the mountains and also includes sharp elevation changes and, like the South Course, includes tifdwarf greens.
The country club has a new 10,000 square foot fitness center with cutting-edge Precor and Paramount equipment. The fitness center also has free weights, a stretching table and also contains an aerobic room that’s perfect for Pilates, yoga and body sculpting. The fitness center is staffed and managed by certified and experienced fitness instructors. The club also includes a turnaround café and additional restroom facilities on the courses.
The club’s yearly membership cost is $22,125, with monthly dues of $1,169. The social and tennis initiation cost is $2,000, with social dues of $341. The club is private and for members and guests only, with a maximum of 685 memberships.
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