BlueStar Golf Clubs

BlueStar provide services to a portfolio of golf experiences that stretches literally from Orlando to Oahu, hitting some of the most desirable locales in between. Browse the list of golf courses below and click on a name to visit that club's website.


Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia - Peoria, ArizonaTrilogy Golf Club at Vistancia (Peoria, Arizona)

The only golf course in Arizona to receive Golf Digest's coveted 5 Out Of 5 Star rating in 2008, Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia is not simply a new Arizona golf course; it's a new golf experience. Crafted by renowned golf course architect Gary Panks, the championship design at Trilogy golf club draws upon distinctive land features and a backdrop of stunning Arizona scenery to result in a truly extraordinary setting. Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia is located 25 minutes northwest of Phoenix in Peoria, Arizona.
 


Encanterra Country Club - San Tan Valley, ArizonaEncanterra Country Club (San Tan Valley, Arizona)

A private 18 hole championship course with the signature design of Ryder Cup Captain Tom Lehman. An all-too-rare core style layout, reminiscent of the storied old country clubs of the Southwest. Set with panoramic views of the Superstition and San Tan mountains, the core layout folds the course inwards, away from residences and all distractions. In this way, a heightened golf experience becomes the sole focus. It's a challenging course that rewards careful evaluation of risk, club selection and using the nuances of each hole to advantage. Encanterra is located in San Tan Valley, Arizona in the southeast Phoenix valley.
 


Wickenburg Ranch - Wickenburg, ArizonaWickenburg Ranch Golf & Social Club (Wickenburg, Arizona)

If you're passionate about golf, you intuitively understand the difference between a "good" and a "great" golf experience. Though it often is hard to explain to the uninitiated, there is an indelible magic and mystery in great golf design which, when captured, is simply known to be there. It's why certain new clubs are universally recognized as instant classics. In Arizona, this is epitomized by courses like the Chiracahua Course at Desert Mountain, Desert Highlands, and the Lower Course at Whisper Rock. We expect Wickenburg Ranch to take its rightful place among these. Crafted over the course of nearly a decade under the watchful eyes of two passionate stewards of the game, William "Bill" Brownlee and Wendell Pickett, Wickenburg Ranch was fully constructed in 2008 and then painstakingly refined for the past seven years to ensure maximum playability, shot values, and enjoyment. We are confident the resulting course will establish itself among Arizona’s elite golf experiences.
 


Mesa Country Club - Mesa, ArizonaMesa Country Club (Mesa, Arizona)

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An icon among the classic clubs in the Valley of the Sun, Mesa Country Club serves more than 300 members from all parts of the Valley. Complete with a Billy Bell-designed golf course, tennis, Pickle Ball, restaurants, fitness, and more, Mesa Country Club is in the midst of one of the most impressive renaissances seen in the market today. BlueStar provides consulting on sales & marketing, human resources, and food & beverage.
 


Trilogy Golf Club at Ocala Preserve - Ocala, FloridaTrilogy Golf Club at Ocala Preserve (Ocala, Florida) - Coming Fall 2015

Trilogy Golf Club at Ocala Preserve is a design for the next generation of golf enthusiasts. Complete with all of the requisite challenges of a traditionally styled championship course, Trilogy Golf Club at Ocala Preserve adds elements of environmental responsibility, diversity of challenge, the desire to have fun, and, perhaps most importantly, respect for our most valuable resource, time. Built on just slightly more than 45 acres surrounding the resort campus and Laurel Lake, this progressive thought has borne a golf experience which allows players to air out the driver a dozen times in one round, and in the next round, focus exclusively on short irons and wedges. On one day, players can soak in a full four hour golf experience and on the next, play in less time than it takes to watch 60 Minutes. In the course of two weeks, players can enjoy literally a dozen different course configurations. Golf changes forever. Fall 2015.
 


The Golf Courses at Turtle Bay Resort - Oahu, HawaiiThe Palmer & Fazio Courses at Turtle Bay (Oahu, Hawaii)

36 holes of championship golf set alongside Oahu's iconic North Shore help to make Turtle Bay one of the most popular golf destinations in Hawaii. Though the area is typically better known for its surf culture (Sunset Beach, Pipeline, and Waimea Bay are within a couple miles of the resort), Turtle Bay attracts a wide variety of visitors, including discerning golfers who appreciate the golf that Palmer and Fazio have created.
 


Schaffer's Mill Club - Truckee, CaliforniaSchaffer's Mill Club (Truckee, California)

Schaffer's Mill Club (formerly Timilick Club) was recognized as the "#1 Best New Private Course in California" by GolfWeek magazine in 2008, and the accolades have continued to come in ever since. The Johnny Miller & John Harbottle design weaves its way through the towering pines as if painted with an artist's brush, with two distinctly memorable nine-hole experiences.
 


Bear Lake Reserve - North CarolinaBear Lake Reserve (Cashiers Region, NC)

Bear Lake Reserve in the Cashiers Region of North Carolina is a spectacular resort community with the pristine Bear Creek Lake as its centerpiece. In addition to watersports like boating and fishing, the community also features a nine-hole Nicklaus Design golf course, a 14,000 square foot Lake Club with pool, fitness, and more, and nearly 2,000 acres of Blue Ridge Mountains to explore.
 


Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch - Gilbert, ArizonaTrilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch (Gilbert, Arizona)

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Eighteen holes of spectacular Arizona championship golf meander their way through the cleansed desert of the Queen Creek wash, following with every turn the subtle elevation changes of the area. The par-71 Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch located in the southeast Phoenix Valley was designed by golf course architect Dick Bailey and stretches over 6,700 yards.