The Yin And Yang of Phoenix Golf Course Real Estate

There’s a basic truism about life and real estate along a Phoenix area golf course – not everyone’s going to hit the ball straight.

It’s virtually unavoidable, no matter how many trees and shrubs you plant or screens you erect to try and slow a screaming hook.

So if you want this:

… you can expect this …

These were taken this morning along the first fairway at the Corte Bella Country Club. Until this morning, I never had seen a golf ball wedged in the attic vents like this. How it happened, given the location of the tee boxes and the house next door, I’ve got no idea.

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Jonathan Dalton

Jonathan Dalton is a 40-plus-year resident of the Valley and has been helping folks buy and sell homes since 2004. He can be reached at 602-502-9693 or info at

1 Comment

  • Charleston real estate blog 8 years ago

    Tee box and green views are great, pick a fairway lot where slices and hooks may hit and expect to collect a few balls. I saw a new construction townhome yesterday with a golf ball on the great room floor and a broken window. My buyers liked a unit in the building next door a lot more, it viewed the green.

    I’m glad to see the header looks good!

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