Inspired by the Yavapai culture, the We-Ko-Pa Clubhouse features a “desert vernacular” styling with unique detail contributions that draw inspiration from the natural environment. Sloped entry walls and a wood beam canopy create a canyon-like feel entryway, followed by a fire feature that is designed to symbolize the importance of woven baskets within the Yavapai culture. The clubhouse is replete with stylized detailing and yields spectacular views of the McDowell Mountains, Red Mountain, Four Peaks and the Superstitions.
The above ground portion of the clubhouse offers 10,000 sq. ft. of enclosed space split into two separate areas, one on each side of the main patio. The north side of the building contains the golf shop retail and administrative areas along with restrooms and lounge areas. The south side contains the dining areas, kitchen, support offices, a bar and large multi-use room. Both ends of the building are complimented with large open patios.
The lower level of the clubhouse includes an 11,000 sq. ft. underground cart storage area