Mesa Country Club announces new business membership opportunity

Re-connects the Club to its roots as the Hub for East Valley business leaders

When Mesa Country Club began in the late 1940s, it was considered the club for established and up-and-coming business leaders in the East Valley. With the club’s recent renaissance, this trend is re-emerging. To encourage its growth, Mesa Country Club recently announced a new category of membership targeted to meet the specific needs of today’s executives and entrepreneurs.

The new Business Membership enables corporations to designate between four and 12 employees as Members of Mesa Country Club. The corporation would pay a one-time $3,500 initiation fee as well as monthly dues (ranging from $300 to $550 per month) per designee. The designated members would then enjoy all the benefits and privileges of membership in Mesa Country Club, making it ideal for corporate entertaining, team-building, and networking. The benefits and privileges also would extend to the designees’ spouses and children under age 25.

“The business community in the East Valley is continuing to grow, and Mesa Country Club has once again become a major contributor to that growth,” said Jeff Lessig, Club Operations Manager for Mesa Country Club. “We have a terrific core of members who are a vital part of the social, economic and political structures in these communities. We’ve developed this Business Membership to make it easier for entrepreneurs and other business executives who may be new to the East Valley to tap into these established networks while also enjoying the fun and camaraderie that defines the Mesa Country Club experience.”

Located along the borders of Tempe and Scottsdale in northwest Mesa, near the intersection of the 101 and 202 Loops, Mesa Country Club is easily accessible from downtown Phoenix, Scottsdale, Arcadia or any city in the East Valley. Unique among its classic peers, Mesa Country Club skirts up and down the plateau from which the city of Mesa got its name, creating dramatic elevation changes throughout with deft twists and turns moving both right and left. Mesa Country Club’s golf course offers a completely “core-golf” layout, with fairways lined by towering eucalyptus and pines with no intrusions onto the golf course by residential development. At just under 6,900 yards and deceivingly narrow, the golf course puts up a tremendous defense of par with subtle movements left and right and lightning fast greens.

 In addition to golf, the club campus includes three dining options, six lighted tennis courts, a junior Olympic pool, spa, and golf practice facilities. To learn more about Mesa Country Club, visit or contact the club at, or 480.964.1797 to arrange a tour.