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The Estancia Club

by Michael Bartlett

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 097887840X, Hardcover)

What if an enlightened group of individuals set out to build a combined Pine Valley and Augusta National in a desert setting near an Arizona landmark? That was the proposition posed by the founders of the Estancia club, which now ranks among the finest golf facilities and residential communities in the world, with a membership roster to match. The Estancia Club story is part business drama, part visionary quest, and part cosmic serendipity. The business drama revolved around battling economic odds with financial acumen and faith in a dream. The visionary quest was for a golf course and clubhouse exemplifying the highest levels of excellence. The right people in the right place with the right timing led to a rare creative experience that changes the lives of those who lived it. Once, there was Pinnacle Peak and the Sonoran desert. Almost magically, there appeared a golf course and clubhouse that looked as solid and venerable as the rock and stone of which they were made. How this happened is a fascinating tale that combines grit and greatness.

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