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The Arizona Biltmore Golf Club's newest membership package allows guests to take the luxury resort experience to the next level.

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The picturesque fairway at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club

The Golf Club’s latest tier of membership delivers more luxury amenities and additional convenience for those looking to take their resort lifestyle to the next level. The new Presidential Membership allows for unlimited play at both the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club in Phoenix and its sister courses at the Wigwam resort in Litchfield Park, plus VIP access to the Arizona Biltmore-Waldorf Astoria resort.

Imagine: The biggest challenge of the day could be choosing which of five 18-hole PGA or championship courses to play. The stress of deciding could be soothed at any of the Biltmore’s eight swimming pools, including the Paradise Pool with its swim-up bar and private luxury cabanas, or in the spa, with a Native American-inspired Dreamcatcher essential oil and hot stone massage or desert clay body wrap.

Another day, you might romp on the Biltmore’s seven tennis courts (lit for night play too), and enjoy a cardio sculpt class in the Biltmore’s state-of-the-art fitness center. A round of croquet might beckon next, followed by a life-size game of lawn chess and checkers in a resort tradition since 1929. Tip: Sipping a croquet cocktail like a Cucumber Collins makes it all the more civilized.

“Both golf properties are recognized for being the oldest and most historic courses in the Valley, designed by famed course designers,” says Cameron Kohn, director of marketing for JDM Partners, which owns the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club and Wigwam. “But we wanted to create a way for guests to not only play golf, but to also enjoy and experience the rich history of the resorts. The Arizona Biltmore can be a home away from home even for people living in the Valley.” Annual individual membership for $6,000 initiation fee plus $475 monthly dues; annual family membership for $9,500 initiation fee plus $525 monthly dues, 2400 E. Missouri Ave., Phoenix, 602.955.9655