Marriott's Camelback undergoes $16M redesign

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Marriott's Camelback Golf Club here renovated its golf course, clubhouse, golf shop and restaurant.

The $16 million redesign also includes the addition of a 1,000-square-foot meetings room and 6,500-square-foot freestanding ballroom adjacent to the 18th hole.

Designed by golf architect Arthur Hills, the 36-hole resort course features new greens, trees and bunkers.

Hills' redesign lengthened the resort course from 6,500 yards to 6,868 yards and added three new lakes.

Marriott's Camelback Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz. In addition, golf carts are now equipped with ProLink, a flat, color screen that offers golfers displays of the course and greens layouts, yardage to the daily pin placements, professional tips and two-way messaging service between golf carts and food concessions.

The 36,000-square-foot clubhouse consists of pueblo-style buildings, flagstone patios and an outdoor fireplace. The pro shop was expanded to 24,000 square feet, and the restaurant added greater seating capacity.

Through Jan. 8, Marriott's Camelback Inn Resort, Golf Club & Spa is inviting golfers to stay and play.

The plan includes accommodations, full breakfast and a round of golf.

Prices are $369, based on single occupancy, and $479, based on double occupancy.

The resort's Sonoran Retreat offers the above components plus unlimited tennis and unlimited use of spa facilities.

Spa treatments are available for an additional cost.

Rates are $379, single, and $489, double.

For reservations, call (800) 835-6206.

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