Mountain Club frequent player program

Eagle Mountain provides economic relief for area golfers

The Mountain Club at Eagle Mountain Golf Club helps frequent players to play more and save more – Hole #14.


Ranked as one of the Top 50 Public Golf Courses in the Country by Golf World Readers, the Scott Miller-designed, Eagle Mountain Golf Club has long been a favorite amongst area golfers. This award winning club is not resting on it’s laurels as they recently unveiled their enhanced 2010 Mountain Club program. What is turning into one of the areas most popular golf frequency programs, the Mountain Club offers cardholders and their accompanied guests (three per day) preferred cardholder rates, plus a host of other value added benefits.

 The 2010 version of the Mountain Club makes it easier for frequent players to play more and save more along the way. For starters, the new 2010 program is being offered at a lower purchase price: just $99 if purchased in September or October, 2009 and only $149 if purchased in November or December, 2009. The Cardholder green fees for 2010 have also been reduced and range from just $33 in the off season to $85 in the peak season (rates vary seasonally). A unique enhancement to the 2010 program is that even in season, Mountain Club cardholders can play the nearby We-Ko-Pa Golf Club for the same $85 peak season cardholder rate. Now Mountain Club cardholders are afforded the option to play three award-winning favorites in the Fountain Hills/Fort McDowell area at preferred rates. As part of the additional OB Sports Travel Benefits, Mountain Club cardholders receive low rates at several other OB Sports-affiliated golf clubs including Longbow Golf Club in Mesa and many others throughout the United States including the three OB Sports-managed courses in Las Vegas, as well as clubs in California, Oregon, New Mexico, Florida and beyond, (see for a complete listing). 

“The combination of lower green fees, a lower enrollment cost and even better benefits, promise to make the Mountain Club a popular option for area golfers,” stated Jeremy Hayman, Eagle Mountain’s Head Golf Professional.

The 2010 Mountain Club program includes:

• UNLIMITED rounds of golf at the preferred Mountain Club rate (rates vary seasonally and range from just $33 to $85 – visit for details.

 • UNLIMITED accompanied guest rounds at the Mountain Club rate (up to 3 guests per day)

 • Automatic enrollment in OB Sports’ Bonus Points rewards program – earn points towards dollars spent on green fees at Eagle Mountain Golf Club. Redeem those points for FREE ROUNDS OF GOLF at Eagle Mountain Golf Club

 • 15% discount on non-sale Eagle Mountain merchandise

 • 0% discount in the Eagle Mountain Grille (excludes alcohol and not valid with any other offer)

• Complimentary cardholder tournament (Dec. 2010)

• Complimentary tee prize

• 2010 “Handicomp” handicap service (optional AGA membership - $50.00)

 Opportunity to qualify for OB Sports National Team Championship – Sept. 2010

 • Opportunity to apply for $500 Eagle Mountain/OB Sports Scholarship for eligible college-bound dependents (See Head Golf Professional for details).

•  4-day advance reservations

• OB Sports Traveling Benefits – reduced golf fees at participating OB Sports-managed facilities. Visit

•  Other OB Sports value added benefits (i.e. rental car discounts, dining discounts and more). Visit

•  Card valid from date of purchase through Dec. 31, 2010. 

The 2010 Mountain Club can be purchased at Eagle Mountain Golf Club by calling 480.816.1234 or online at 

 In addition to the great savings in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area, cardholders receive reduced green fees at other OB Sports-affiliated golf clubs throughout the United States including:  Angel Park Golf Club in Las Vegas, NV.; The Legacy Golf Club in Henderson, NV.; Aliante Golf Club in North Las Vegas, NV.; Tijeras Creek in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA.; Hunter’s Creek Golf Club in Orlando, FL.; The Oaks Golf Club in Biloxi, MS.; Tetherow Golf Club in Bend, OR.; Langdon Farms Golf Club in Aurora, OR.; Three Crowns Golf Club in Casper, WY.; Sandia Golf Club in Albuquerque, NM.; High Meadow Ranch in Magnolia, TX.; Centennial Golf Club in Medford, OR. and more. For additional information on the travel benefits offered to Mountain Club cardholders, call Eagle Mountain or visit   

 “Mountain Club cardholders are assured Eagle Mountain’s best rates and a host of value added benefits that will be sure to impress even the most seasoned golfer. Not to mention, as a Mountain Club cardholder you can bring out three guests to Eagle Mountain all at your same low cardholder rate…a benefit not common with other competing programs. So, whether you have friends in town or if you are entertaining clients, the Mountain Club is a great choice,” added Hayman.

Eagle Mountain Golf Club is located approximately 7.5 miles east of Loop 101 on Shea Boulevard and Eagle Mountain Parkway in Fountain Hills, Arizona. The Scott Miller-designed, 18-hole golf course (par 71 and 6,800 yards from the back tees) incorporates the property’s natural box canyons, elevation changes and native Sonoran desert into the design of the golf course. 

 Shortly after opening to the public in 1996, Eagle Mountain Golf Club was named “Best New Public Golf Course” by the Arizona Republic. More recently in 2009, Golf World honored Eagle Mountain as one of the “Top 50 Public Courses in the Country,” and Golf Digest awarded Eagle Mountain with 4 _ stars out of 5. To learn more about Eagle Mountain Golf Club, visit, call 480.816.1234, follow Eagle Mountain on Twitter at or become a fan of Eagle Mountain on Facebook at  

Eagle Mountain Golf Club is professionally managed by OB Sports Golf Management, a diversified, golf-oriented company with a long history of success. OB Sports currently manages 30 premier golf courses and country clubs throughout the United States. Known for its comprehensive and personalized services since 1972, OB Sports has become widely acclaimed as the leader in boutique-style golf course management. For more information about OB Sports Golf Management, visit, call 480.948.1300, follow on Twitter at or become a Fan on Facebook at