Country Club at DC Ranch To Welcome Phase II

Coming Spring 2019, the Country Club at DC Ranch welcomes Phase II of its highly anticipated $8.5-million expansion and update.

The expansion of the Country Club at DC Ranch not only brings a new fitness center, group exercise rooms, a resort-style pool, a casual indoor dining room, a poolside kitchen, an expanded ladies’ lounge, a larger clubhouse kitchen, enhanced golf practice areas and course enhancements, but it also means welcoming a new director of fitness and wellness, Danielle Fryer. Fryer is eager to create a powerful fitness community at the new-and-improved Country Club at DC Ranch. “I’m mostly looking forward to sharing the day in and day out, time, energy, creative education and having lots of fun with my Club community,” she says. “I’m excited to bring not only movement programming but also nutrition and mindfulness programming, too.”

Fryer plans to offer quarterly incentive programming and clinics—even quirky fitness outings, like fitness bowling. To take advantage of the beautiful Scottsdale surroundings and the Valley’s superior temps, there will be many outdoor adventures available to members, too. In addition to hiking and road and mountain biking adventures, Fryer also anticipates an annual fitness adventure retreat to shake things up.

And the fresh programming and amenities available at the Country Club at DC Ranch won’t just offer best-in-class opportunities to the adults members; with additions like a tween room and an expanded kid’s playroom, the littlest guests will have much to look forward to as well. “Our goal is to connect in the realm of
health and fitness with toddlers, tweens, teens and adults of all ages and capabilities—and reach the athletes too. Our schedule will include playful fitness classes, like scavenger hunts and dance, for example.” Fryer says that all members can expect both lifestyle and sport-specific classes, like barre, Pilates, yoga, meditation, core performance, fascia recovery, balance work, strength training, lifting classes for both women and adolescents, tiny tumblers, neuro biomechanical training and more within the fitness-focused community.

HIGH TECH: Any member who comes to work out in the Country Club at DC Ranch facility will be equipped with a strength and conditioning program via a member app. “It is my professional goal that our members be empowered to train effectively while expanding their fitness archive of awesome exercises,” says Danielle Fryer, director of fitness and wellness.

To Learn More: Melanie Halpert, Director of Membership and Marketing, 480.342.7246,
Danielle Fryer, Director of Fitness and Wellness, 480.342.7245,

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