Flagstaff, Arizona

• • • The first phase of Forest Highlands was tucked into 657 acres of ponderosa pine country six miles south of Flagstaff. Begun in 1986, all 640 homesites were sold during the most challenging years of Arizona's economic recession, 1987 to 1993. This beautiful community of year-round second homes caters not only to those who love golf, but also to families seeking the highest-quality mountain setting in Arizona. The community's nationally acclaimed golf course was designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish. The course is set into what is recognized as the largest stand of ponderosa pines in the world. A number of holes frame the 12,000-foot-high San Francisco Peaks in the distance.

• • • In 2008 Travel+Leisure Golf Magazine listed it as one of "America's Top 100 Golf Communities." Golf Digest has ranked the course number one in Arizona and as high as number 38 nationally. Golf Magazine has included Forest Highlands among its "Top 100 Courses in the World." The United States Golf Association has staged two national championships at Forest Highlands: the 1996 Junior Amateur Championship and the 2006 U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship.

• • • Following the successful completion of the initial phase, Forest Highlands homeowners and DMB Associates joined together to add 480 acres, 170 homesites and a second championship course designed by Tom Weiskopf.


640 custom homesites on 657 acres

Tom Weiskopf-Jay Morrish signature golf course

Gage Davis-designed clubhouse

Neighborhood parks featuring tennis, fishing ponds and picnic areas, walking and cross-country ski trails

Subsequently, homeowners and DMB expanded the community to 1,137 acres and 810 homesites, and added a new golf course designed by Tom Weiskopf

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