Q: Who owns and operates Pinnacle Peak Country Club?
A: Pinnacle Peak Country Club is a private, member-owned club.
Q: Is Membership in the club limited?
A: To ensure the luxury of uncrowded golf at all times, a high level of service and the best golfing experience, membership is limited to 325 family or single memberships. No real estate ownership is required for membership.
Q: Who in my family will be entitled to use the club facilities?
A: The primary member, his/her spouse or designated partner, and the unmarried children of either spouse, who are under the age of 26, in the military, living at home or attending school on a full-time basis, enjoy the club facilities on the same basis as the member. The ability to spend quality time with members of your family is of paramount importance these days. The club is committed to providing a pleasant country club environment. The club provides programs and activities that are appealing
to family members of all ages, based on interest and participation.
Q: Will other family members be entitled to use the club facilities?
A: Yes. A qualified family member may play golf ten times (excluding member/guest and invitational events) “in-season” and unlimited times “out-of-season.” A family member is defined as a father, mother, brother, sister, son, daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, or grandchild of the member and may use the club facilities in the company of the member upon payment of reduced fees established by the club.
Q: May I bring guests to the club?
A: Yes. Having your friends enjoy the club’s facilities with you is a benefit of Pinnacle Peak Country Club membership. Members are encouraged to invite guests to the club subject to reasonable rules and regulations adopted by the club. Guests are required to pay applicable guest fees. The member must accompany all guests.
Q: Does Pinnacle Peak Country Club have a food and beverage minimum?
A: Yes. Pinnacle Peak Country Club currently has a $1,500 annual minimum for food and beverage combined. The club reserves the right to change the amount of the minimum requirement.
Q: How are initiation deposits and membership fees determined?
A: Pinnacle Peak Country Club’s Board of Directors is responsible for determining initiation fees and deposits, as well as Monthly dues and fees.
Q: Are memberships transferable or refundable?
A: No. If applicable, membership is transferable to surviving spouses only. Membership is not refundable.
Q: Is membership in the club connected to real estate?
A: Absolutely not. Pinnacle Peak Country Club membership is not linked to ownership of property in the surrounding area.
Q: Do you accept priority applications?
A: Yes. When there is a waiting list for membership, there are two lists - (the "A" and the "B" List). Those listed on the "A" List shall be given priority consideration for membership over those listed on the "B" List, as memberships become available.
Q: Who qualifies to be placed on the "A" List?
A: A prospective member buying a residence from a member of the club, regardless of whether the member resigns, shall have the right to apply for membership to the club and be placed on the "A" list for membership consideration, if the application for membership is made not later than 60 days following the closing of the purchase of the member's residence. Additionally, applicants who own and occupy a residence or purchase a lot in Pinnacle Peak Country Club Estates, La Vida or The Pinnacle, or any home or lot which abuts the golf course, are considered "priority" and shall be placed on the "A" list for member consideration.
Q: Who qualifies to be placed on the "B" List?
A: All other applicants shall be placed on the "B" List.
Q: What priority is given to “A” list applicants?
A: The Board of Directors determines what priority shall be given. Presently, and for the past several years, as openings for membership occur, two applicants from the “A” list are accepted, then one from the “B” list, and so forth.
Q: If I am interested in becoming a member, what should I do?
A: If you have any questions, you may contact Diane Gregg, Membership Director, at (480) 585-6992. She will be happy to provide you a tour of our facility, and discuss opportunities for membership at Pinnacle Peak Country Club.