Located in one of Arizona’s premiere golf communities, Troon North is removed from the noise associated with city life. However, the community is just a short drive away from many of North Scottsdale’s famous shopping and dining experiences. Alongside Troon North’s award-winning golf course, the community is full of outdoor opportunities. With multi-use trails for hiking and biking, residents are able to enjoy Troon North’s naturalistic, desert environment. Troon North’s 4-acre Community Park, conveniently located within walking distance of most trail networks, also features a green-space area, a playground and tennis and basketball courts.
If you’re looking for a property within the master-planned, Troon North community, the 1,800 square foot area features single-family detached homes, resale townhomes, golf course properties, custom builds and vacant lots. Neighborhood development began in the 1990s, and the majority of homes available in the area were built at this time, but custom builds are completed in the Troon North community each year.
Troon North is home to Troon North Golf Club, a semi-private golf club that offers a mix of public play and private golf memberships. Golfers in the Troon North Golf Club have access to two, 18-hole golf courses that traverse Pinnacle Peak’s natural ravines and foothills. The course was designed by Tom Weiskopf, the international tour pro who won the 1973 Open Championship at Royal Troon in Scotland (he also co-designed the Troon Village course with Jay Morrish). Golf Digest recently ranked Troon North’s Pinnacle Course in the top 25 best golf courses in Arizona. The course is complemented by Troon North’s 37,000 square foot Clubhouse, which provides members with a casual, contemporary bar and grill, a golf shop and banquet, conference and catering facilities.
School-aged children in the Troon North area generally attend these schools in the Cave Creek Unified School District: Desert Sun Academy, Sonoran Trails Middle School and Cactus Shadows High School.