Fairfield Homes is excited to announce our newest gated golf community, The Hills at Tucson National in Tucson! Learn more…

Fairfield Homes is excited to announce our newest gated golf community, The Hills at Tucson National in Tucson. This master-planned community is nestled within rolling hills overlooking the natural Sonoran Desert scenery with 16 homesites spanning from 45,792 square feet all the way to 109,445 square feet.

Tucson National offers five floor plans ranging from 2,700 to 3,800 square feet, or build a custom single-story or multi-level Kevin Howard designed home, each with an optimized view of the world-class Sonoran golf course. Customize your private portion of the desert.

Nearby, the luxurious Omni Tucson National Resort is available with 79 guest rooms and a full-service spa, pools, tennis, and fine dining. Each property offers a unique view of sparkling lakes and native desert vegetation framed between two distinctly different 18-hole championship courses on more than 260 acres.

Come build your extraordinary semi-custom or custom home in the beautiful mountainous region of Northwest Tucson. Learn more about The Hills at Tucson National community in Tucson today, call 1-800-830-5135 or visit www.fairfieldhomes.com/hills-tucson-national.

 

 


Every home needs a great outdoor living space, especially in the stunning presence of the desert and beautiful sunshine weather Arizona has to offer. Your outdoor area is the perfect place to enjoy nature, relish the best temperatures throughout the day, spend time with friends and family, and engage in entertainment.

Every detail counts to make your outdoor area match and complement your household’s lifestyle. There are plenty of things you can do to begin transforming your backyard into the ideal spot for entertaining and relaxing year-round, but first, consider a few factors to determine how you can best amplify your outdoor experience.

What’s the Purpose?

Having a functional and serene outdoor space encourages and provides the opportunity to spend more time outside. When you’re looking to achieve the ideal outdoor space for you, the key to breaking down how you would like it to function depends on your lifestyle and what activities are important to you. Ask yourself what the purpose of your project is, how you want to use your patio, and plan accordingly.

  • – Do you plan on hosting dinner parties outside?
  • – How many guests do you typically entertain?
  • – Does your outdoor area need to be kid or pet-friendly with a separate area just for them?
  • – What activities do you and your guests enjoy?
  • – Would you prefer a quiet space to relax and unwind?
  • – Would you prefer sun or shade?
  • – Are there any arrangements you would like to make with your landscape?

Consider the Layout

Take a walk outside. An important point when it comes to designing your space is to consider the layout you’ll be working with.

  • – How much space is available?
  • – Are there existing elements?
  • – What can you add or remove?
  • – How can you position elements in optimal ways?

Determining the position of your patio space, orientation, and outlook will help plan out your course of action. Make note of components you’d like to see in specific placements, such as a pool to the right side, a fire pit to the left side, and a spacious outdoor kitchen underneath your covered patio. Once you visualize where you would like these elements to go, creating your ideal space will come easily. It’s also important to note where the sun rises and falls in your backyard because sunlight levels can affect the comfort of you and your guests.

Establish the Ambiance

The final step in creating the perfect outdoor environment lies in a pleasant ambiance. There are many ways to decorate your space and give it a touch of personality where people can enjoy themselves and make memories. Anyone can have a backyard, but not everyone can have a welcoming outdoor living space.

With Greenery

Brighten things up with greenery—plants unfurl fabulous foliage and beautiful blooms to delight in. Arizona does not typically have a green color palette due to the sandy desert landscape, but there are many options beyond the natural saguaros and cacti to adorn your backyard—Baja Fairy Duster, Desert Lavender, and Flame Honeysuckle being a few of the colorful flora you can add to your scenery.

With Water

Add a cooling element to your landscaping design. Ponds, fountains, water statues, and waterfalls are all attractive options that add sound, texture, and movement to your outdoor living space. A birdbath feature could also bring in visiting wildlife.

With Fire

Gather around a fire pit for a sense of closeness. When the temperature outside drops, a fire pit will warm you and your guests up during those cool nights. Arrange chairs around the edges, and enjoy the flickering, crackling show with family and friends.

With Lighting

Illuminate the beauty of your outdoor area during the nighttime. Adding or upgrading lighting makes it possible to stay outside longer and emphasizes the features that make up your yard.

Fairfield Homes is Southern Arizona’s most highly sought-after home builder, delivering the utmost luxury and quality in-home while showcasing the natural desert beauty all around. Our floor plan options feature gorgeous indoor-outdoor living designs, such as a private, covered patio option, with enough space to make your ideal outdoor living area a reality. Get started today!


The latest home tech features transform our day-to-day operations, making the effort of running a home so much smoother. Applying technology in the home space frees up the homeowner to automate certain home devices and, in turn, the systems curate the home owner’s preferred living experience from temperature to home security. It’s more than a feature, it’s an experience.

Tankless Water Heaters

Converting your water to a tankless model is a valuable upgrade for any home. Their energy efficiency makes tankless water heaters an attractive alternative to storage tank water heaters. Whereas standby heat loss is a big factor in higher energy costs in storage tank water heaters, purchasing an insulated unit can reduce heat loss. Overall, systems reduce maintenance, last longer, use less energy, and offer unlimited hot water.

HVAC Systems

Heating, ventilation, and cooling systems purify the air in your home and provide warmth or cooling for your climate needs. Modern HVAC systems are efficient, cost-effective, and beneficial to your health. Programmable thermostats offer you the convenience of scheduling your AC to turn on exactly when you need it—like 15 minutes before you get home.

A great ally against indoor allergens and lung-irritating pollutants, Smart HVAC units sense data on air quality to keep your air clean. Systems predict the right time for maintenance but typically last 15 to 20 years. Manufacturers continue to support existing equipment by making replacement parts available.

Light Controls

Wake up on the right side of the bed with a lighting control program that suits your needs and preferences. New lighting technology not only gives you the freedom to choose the type of brightness in your environment, but also enhances convenience, safety, and efficiency with a push of a button from any connected device.

Set your preferred dimmed ambiance, and transport to a completely relaxed state of mind. You can also easily program lights to turn on or off on a set schedule, saving electricity.

Window Shade

When paired with smart lighting technology, smart blinds can help maximize the amount of daylight in your home and cut down on electricity usage by being automated. Similar to light controls, window coverings make life more convenient, add ambiance, and induce better sleep.

Blinds can be set to open and close during specific times of the day and some can even respond with the temperature to adjust automatically. Natural light becomes a more integral part of your home while inconvenient or uneven light that filters through the blind slats and disturbs your sleep at night is removed.

Door Locks

Better access to your home begins with the locks on your front door. Smart locks increase accessibility without compromising security. From your phone or keypad, entry locks offer extra convenience so no more fumbling for keys or dropping items at your doorstep. Codes can be changed at will, meaning you will have full access control to ensure who is entering and leaving the home.

Video Security

Home security has come a long way over the years—including the introduction of video recording devices to give you peace of mind wherever you are. Smart security enables real-time check-ins on various elements of your home and property so that you can know exactly what’s happening, and receive real-time alerts on any questionable occurrences. With expanded and more effective capabilities, remote security systems are a proactive tool for the safety and efficiency of your home.

Garage Door Openers

Your garage door is the largest access point in your entire home—and the garage opener remote essentially acts as a key to your home. A smart garage door opener can keep intruders from getting in, but it can also help you get dangerous fumes out of your garage. If you use other smart technology in your home, such as smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, you can get an alert when these fumes build up in your garage to protect the health and safety of your family.

At Fairfield Homes, we design each of our homes with energy-efficient choices throughout. Our integrated wellness system, Fairfield Balance, prioritizes your health and lifestyle. Some of the features you can expect in your home range from blackout blinds to air and water quality filtration systems. Want to learn more? Contact us today to schedule a showing of one of our homes, or to answer any questions you might have.

Sources:
https://www.newhomesguidecharleston.com/Resources/Charleston-New-Homes-Guide-Blog/January-2017/What-new-home-technology-should-you-choose-when-bu
https://madisonhomebuilders.com/blog/smart-home-ideas-build/
https://magazine.realtor/technology/feature/article/2020/03/the-ultimate-smart-home-new-construction
https://homeguides.sfgate.com/what-are-the-benefits-of-an-hvac-system-13415758.html
https://www.homeserve.com/en-us/blog/buying-guide/lighting-control-system-benefits/ https://turbolock.com/blog/top-10-benefits-of-a-smart-lock-system-for-home-and-office/

The latest home tech features transform our day-to-day operations, making the effort of running a home so much smoother. Applying technology in the home space frees up the homeowner to automate certain home devices and, in turn, the systems curate the home owner’s preferred living experience from temperature to home security. It’s more than a feature, it’s an experience.

Tankless Water Heaters

Converting your water to a tankless model is a valuable upgrade for any home. Their energy efficiency makes tankless water heaters an attractive alternative to storage tank water heaters. Whereas standby heat loss is a big factor in higher energy costs in storage tank water heaters, purchasing an insulated unit can reduce heat loss. Overall, systems reduce maintenance, last longer, use less energy, and offer unlimited hot water.

HVAC Systems

Heating, ventilation, and cooling systems purify the air in your home and provide warmth or cooling for your climate needs. Modern HVAC systems are efficient, cost-effective, and beneficial to your health. Programmable thermostats offer you the convenience of scheduling your AC to turn on exactly when you need it—like 15 minutes before you get home.

A great ally against indoor allergens and lung-irritating pollutants, Smart HVAC units sense data on air quality to keep your air clean. Systems predict the right time for maintenance but typically last 15 to 20 years. Manufacturers continue to support existing equipment by making replacement parts available.

Light Controls

Wake up on the right side of the bed with a lighting control program that suits your needs and preferences. New lighting technology not only gives you the freedom to choose the type of brightness in your environment, but also enhances convenience, safety, and efficiency with a push of a button from any connected device.

Set your preferred dimmed ambiance, and transport to a completely relaxed state of mind. You can also easily program lights to turn on or off on a set schedule, saving electricity.

Window Shade

When paired with smart lighting technology, smart blinds can help maximize the amount of daylight in your home and cut down on electricity usage by being automated. Similar to light controls, window coverings make life more convenient, add ambiance, and induce better sleep.

Blinds can be set to open and close during specific times of the day and some can even respond with the temperature to adjust automatically. Natural light becomes a more integral part of your home while inconvenient or uneven light that filters through the blind slats and disturbs your sleep at night is removed.

Door Locks

Better access to your home begins with the locks on your front door. Smart locks increase accessibility without compromising security. From your phone or keypad, entry locks offer extra convenience so no more fumbling for keys or dropping items at your doorstep. Codes can be changed at will, meaning you will have full access control to ensure who is entering and leaving the home.

Video Security

Home security has come a long way over the years—including the introduction of video recording devices to give you peace of mind wherever you are. Smart security enables real-time check-ins on various elements of your home and property so that you can know exactly what’s happening, and receive real-time alerts on any questionable occurrences. With expanded and more effective capabilities, remote security systems are a proactive tool for the safety and efficiency of your home.

Garage Door Openers

Your garage door is the largest access point in your entire home—and the garage opener remote essentially acts as a key to your home. A smart garage door opener can keep intruders from getting in, but it can also help you get dangerous fumes out of your garage. If you use other smart technology in your home, such as smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, you can get an alert when these fumes build up in your garage to protect the health and safety of your family.

At Fairfield Homes, we design each of our homes with energy-efficient choices throughout. Our integrated wellness system, Fairfield Balance, prioritizes your health and lifestyle. Some of the features you can expect in your home range from blackout blinds to air and water quality filtration systems. Want to learn more? Contact us today to schedule a showing of one of our homes, or to answer any questions you might have.

Sources:
https://www.newhomesguidecharleston.com/Resources/Charleston-New-Homes-Guide-Blog/January-2017/What-new-home-technology-should-you-choose-when-bu
https://madisonhomebuilders.com/blog/smart-home-ideas-build/
https://magazine.realtor/technology/feature/article/2020/03/the-ultimate-smart-home-new-construction
https://homeguides.sfgate.com/what-are-the-benefits-of-an-hvac-system-13415758.html
https://www.homeserve.com/en-us/blog/buying-guide/lighting-control-system-benefits/ https://turbolock.com/blog/top-10-benefits-of-a-smart-lock-system-for-home-and-office/

Young or old, kids or no kids — single-story living is well-suited to a wide range of individuals’ needs and lifestyles. Popularized during the postwar economic boom, one-story homes defined the attainability of the American dream. This popularity carried into the 1970s and declined in the early 21st century, however, within recent years the acclaim of single-story living returned. With the right plan, living in a one-story home brings countless benefits.

Ideal for Any Age

Think of single-story living as an age-defying home. Toting the laundry or walking to your bedroom is much simpler in a single-story home than a two-story home. Stairs pose a problem for accessibility and oftentimes safety. Old and young individuals alike can move with greater ease and independence in a single-story home. And, you do not need to worry about potentially injuring yourself by falling down the stairs. Any age can thrive in a single-story home and you won’t need to worry about age-proofing — or retrofitting your home — to fit your lifestyle.

Simple Maintenance

Buying a home is simply the starting point of years of maintenance. Everything you need in a single-story home will exist on the same level, making upkeep or cleaning more attainable. You won’t need to go back and forth upstairs carrying bulky cleaning supplies or engage in arduous exterior scaffolding. In a one-story home, your paths are straightforward and simple.

Energy-saving and Cost-effective

A single-story home displays energy-efficient choices, saving you money on utility bills. Since heat rises and cool air drops, living in a two-story home means you will face adjusting your heating and AC accordingly. In fact, a two-story home with the same square footage as a single-story home costs double the amount to keep it warm in the winter and cool in the summer. A single-story house will require much less energy use.

Ability to Add-On

A combined space like single-story homes offers more flexibility in interior design than multi-level homes. It can adapt to your needs and at a lower cost. If you want to add on to your home in the future, like a mother-in-law suite or sunroom, then you won’t need to worry about an upper level thwarting your plans.

Open Floor Plans

In a single-story home, you won’t need to sacrifice space. Without doors and walls acting as barriers to each location, homeowners and guests can roam freely and comfortably. Open floor plans truly enlarge the common areas and give a sense of interconnectedness. You can expect no stone to go unturned in a single-story home, meaning the square footage is used to its greatest potential.

Effortless Indoor-Outdoor Living

Single-story homes blend perfectly with your outdoor living space. Multiple access points to the outdoors from your kitchen, living room, or bedroom are feasible in a one-story home. There are also more options for high ceilings and large glass sliders that not only optimize spectacular landscape views but allow for quick access to the patio or deck. With this convenience of location, homeowners and guests receive the best of both worlds.

When it comes to single-story living, Fairfield Homes know precisely how to optimize the space and feel of a home. We have been designing luxurious semi-custom and custom single-story homes in Southern Arizona for over 40 years. Each home is carefully designed to provide the best from quality resources to exquisite views. Contact us today to get started on a home that fits your lifestyle!

 


Designing a custom or semi-custom home is a huge undertaking with a number of big decisions falling on your shoulders. When you build, it turns into a full-scale commitment that may look overwhelming — from customizing the floor plan to selecting paint options. As you begin the home-building process, consider implementing these tips to make your dream home a reality.

Start Simple

Start your project with a goal. You’re crafting a sanctuary that you will come back to at the end of each day to unwind and feel at ease. So, take it easy in the beginning. Create a checklist of ideas, features you may want in each room, or important must-haves. Once you lay out the structure of your project, then you can begin working your way towards final decisions with the help and feedback from your builder.

Plan for the Future

Imagine what your life could look like two years, five years, even 10 years down the road. Would your home still meet your style and function desires? When designing a home, you need to think long-term rather than “right now.” Do you plan on having kids? How much storage space will you need? Turns out, most homeowners underestimate how much space they need, which can be inconvenient for organization purposes and cost more to upgrade later on. Planning your home to fit your future needs will save you from continuously expanding to suit your situation.

Prioritize Function and Flow

A design that serves a purpose holds up over time. Dig into the details of your daily routine and consider what would make your everyday life uncomplicated. An open floor plan, for example, establishes a good connection and logical layout for smooth access throughout your home. Think about your previous or current home, what you like or dislike about the setup, and make sure you can achieve this with your future home. Leave no stone unturned and use every space to its fullest potential.

Upgrade During the Build

Some materials can be easier to change than others, but larger functional characteristics that impact important structural elements will not be. By upgrading at the start, you won’t need to worry about improving later. High-end materials and new appliances will last for years and save you money on maintenance and repairs. And, new homebuyers will be looking for the updated features. All in all, don’t set yourself up for additional work and money spent down the road — upgrade now.

Make it Your Own

You deserve to look around 15 years from now and still love the selections you chose. Although your custom home builder has the experience and expertise, YOU make the decisions. Pick the materials that best reflect your taste, personality, and style, that you will appreciate for years to come. Designing your own home can be a meticulous process, but it’s also so rewarding to take a part in building your future!

Fairfield Homes designs custom and semi-custom homes with wellness and luxury in mind to fit your lifestyle. Contact us today to get started on the home of your dreams!

 


Many people report that moving into a community was one of the best decisions they ever made. From upscale features and amenities to a warm and welcoming neighborhood, living in a community is like occupying your own private city. And, you can freely explore your newfound city with a sense of safety and comfort.

Low Maintenance Living

Living in a planned community often includes active homeowner associations that handle the ongoing upkeep of your community. Homeowners maintain their independence with less of the responsibility, not having to worry about yard work, exterior painting, and roofing that you may have to do without an HOA. In addition, these communities are designed with the buyer demographic in mind, with select floor plans and features that accommodate active adults.

Higher Home Standards

A community that holds higher home standards, such as those with HOA codes, helps maintain a clean and cohesive atmosphere in the neighborhood. These rules ensure the quality and design of your property and neighborhood. This means tidier yards, quality home appearance, and smoother roads shared with neighbors who care about maintaining their homes and community. Typically, these homes are more expensive, but may increase your property value for a profit in the long run.

Active Lifestyle

It’s more than a community, it’s a lifestyle. Living in a community with a multitude of leisure facilities and activities gives residents an opportunity to remain physically healthy. Some active adult communities include on-site sports courts, pools, workout facilities, and golf courses. Leisure and sports activities in communities improve individuals’ health and well-being and promote the development of inclusive communities. Every interest is considered to get the best out of your living experience. And, the best part, it’s all exclusive to you and your community.

Exclusivity and Security

Living in a gated community means far fewer solicitors knocking on your door, if any at all. Under careful monitoring by your community’s security and gates, you can feel safe and secure knowing who is coming and going. In this controlled area, you also benefit from less crime and less interference from the outside world.

Sense of Community

Studies show that having a sense of community largely affects a person’s well-being and quality of life. We all want to feel like we belong, and that’s exactly what you get when you move into a community. Your neighbors become your friends, and over time, possibly like your second family. It’s more than a friendly wave in the morning, you and your neighbors likely share hobbies and interests depending on your community’s characteristics.

At Fairfield Homes, we love bringing you home to a community that fits your lifestyle. Contact us to get started on your dream home.

Sources: 
https://trailridge.net/resources/the-benefits-of-community-living-for-seniors/
https://toughnickel.com/real-estate/Advantages-of-Living-in-a-Gated-Community
https://www.privatecommunities.com/blog/5-benefits-of-living-in-55-plus-community.htm
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK310922/

Summer is the season for fun and creativity. It’s a time for brightening up your home and bringing new elements for a personal touch. Whether you’re enjoying the sunshine outdoors or cooling off in the comfort of your home, there are so many ways to brighten up and personalize your space.  

Celebrate the beginning of a new season with these fresh indoor and outdoor home decor ideas!

Interior Home Decorations for Summer

Bright Colors

During the summer, the sun splashes remarkably vibrant rays from all angles of your windows. Bringing bright colors into your home, whether through pillows, throw blankets, or even wall design naturally catches the eye. White and pastel colors reflect more light, giving your home an open and airy feel.

You could even mix-and-match colored decor, like mint green with pastel pink or light blue with soft yellow. The colors of summer bring a fresh, lively, and fun essence to the scene of your home. Splashing a bit of color amongst your living room or bedroom decor will round in that summertime look.

A SUMMER-Themed Candle

Candle scents are often associated with a particular season. For example, the smell of a pumpkin spice candle may elicit memories of fall. But what scents remind you of summer? 

Perhaps summer smells like an ocean breeze or beach driftwood. And nothing quite suggests summer is upon us like fresh fruit. Watermelon, oranges, lemons, strawberries, and more scents bring the outdoors into your home. Set the tone for the season with a summer-themed aroma and decadently styled candle.

Light Bedding

The cold weather of winter and spring is no more, get prepared for the heat of summer! It’s time to pack up the flannel, fleece, and heavyweight blankets in favor of lighter bedclothes.

Linen and cotton fabrics are ideal for warmer seasons because they are made from a natural fiber that allows more air to pass through. Adorning your bed with a throw blanket could even replace those heavier, heat-trapping comforters. Keep cool while you sleep.

Accent Dishes

Bring summertime to your dishware. Upgrading your table setting with accent dishes that complement your everyday dishware adds a touch of seasonal enthusiasm to your home. 

Popular summer dish designs include tropical, nautical, and floral. You could also go for vibrantly colored plates, bowls, and trays to exude the brightness of summer. Your accent dishes will bring joy, creativity, and fun to your dining experience no matter your choice.

Updated Shower Curtains

The average person walks into a bathroom at least five times or more a day, and that means looking at the same shower curtain over and over again. Retire the old shower curtain for a brand new one that transports you to a tropical oasis.

An underwater aquarium scene or tropical garden scene can make for a fun game of I Spy. Or opt for a bright, colorful pattern to make your bathroom more vibrant. Changing up your shower curtains will bring a sense of entertainment and liven up your bathroom for the season.

Exterior Home Decorations for Summer

String Lights

Currently, string lights domineer outdoor setting designs. This trend of stringing up lights around your backyard and trees exists to transform your regular outdoor experience into a magical retreat.

String lights are easy, simple, and inexpensive items that capture the perfect ambiance. You can even save Christmas lights that you would normally pack away to incorporate into your outdoor summer experience. 

SUMMER-Themed Pillows

With summertime comes beautiful weather and a desire to sit outside more. When you cozy up on your patio furniture to gaze up at the sky, you will need a soft and decorative pillow to lean back on.

Adorn your patio or yard furniture with pillows that capture the summer look you’re going for. You can get bold by mixing different designs or maintaining a theme. However you choose to mix-and-match is up to you; after all, summer is about creativity and fun!

Shaded Canopy

Summer doesn’t always need to include soaking in the sun. If you would rather keep the summer heat and rays at bay, you would love to add a shaded canopy to your patio. 

Shaded canopies are not just used for practicality, you can choose from a variety of colors and designs. Keep in mind that dark colors absorb sunlight and light colors reflect sunlight when choosing a canopy for the best shade.

Fire Pit

When friends and family come to visit, they gravitate towards the fire pit. It’s simply the best area to sit around and talk with each other and it’s also the ultimate, versatile decoration.

Despite the hotter summer months, it often gets cooler at night. You can use the fire pit to make food and s’mores, stargaze, or lounge and talk. Summer is a time to kick back and sit around the fire pit with the ones you love. 

Wind Chimes

Bring the outdoor summer experience together with wind chimes. Wind chimes add a melodious sound and calming effect to your home. Thought to rid off negativity, wind chimes reduce stress and promote inner peace. When purchasing wind chimes, stay mindful of your neighbors. Too much metal may prove bothersome, but you can opt for more relaxing tones with bamboo chimes, beaded chimes, or sea glass chimes.

Moreover, decorative wind chimes add a flare of style to your landscape. Wind chimes do not sound exactly like any other, so your outdoor sound is uniquely yours.

At Fairfield, we’re experts in helping you design your dream home. Don’t miss out on optimized views and luxurious home design, contact us today!  


Fairfield Homes, a luxury home builder of over 40 years introduces their newest community, Dove Mountain in Marana with Golf Course lots available. This master-planned golf community is nestled at the base of the Tortolita Mountains, an expansive mountain range that covers over 6,200 acres.

Let’s build your dream home together in beautiful mountainous areas of Tucson. Learn more about the Dove Mountain community in Marana today, call 1-800-830-5135 or visit fairfieldhomes.com/fairfield-homes-dove-mountain.

Wake up in your customized forever home ranging from 2,300 to 4,000 sq. ft. or choose an executive custom homesite for your individual needs and watch the sunrise paint the mountains each and every morning.
Each home promises comfort and style with luxurious details and finishes like granite slab countertops, chrome fixtures, high ceilings, elegant tile flooring, and more.

Every floorplan optimizes gorgeous desert views and stunning mountainscapes for you to enjoy.

As a part of your Fairfield Homes purchase, you receive a Golf Club at Dove Mountain membership.

Alongside the picturesque canyons of the Tortolita Mountains, Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona, offers golf course lots, secluded and stunning views with stately Saguaros, the Sonoran Desert, canyons, and foothills. This high desert and mountainous region unfurl gorgeous plant life and 360-degree views with brilliant skyscapes on the golf course.

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