Troon North

Troon North offers a variety of living spaces to suit various needs.

Welcome to Troon North

Luxury golf community with a lush mountain and desert backdrop 

Situated at the foothills of Pinnacle Peak, Troon North is an 18,000 master-planned community. Luxury homes are surrounded by lush and verdant vegetation with breathtaking views of the desert landscape. Adjacent to a 183-acre mountain reserve, residents will love living surrounded by the iconic beauty of the southwest. The community park has several sports facilities, including basketball and tennis, barbeque sites, and ramadas. The Pinnacle Peak neighborhood is known for upscale shopping, dining, and world-class resort-style living.

Troon North offers a variety of living spaces to suit various needs. There are gated as well as non-gated neighborhoods. Spacious single-family homes that back up to the golf courses are especially in high demand. The community’s townhouses and luxury condominiums are better suited for busy lifestyles. Troon North has an eclectic mix of full-time and seasonal residents with year-round amenities sure to please everyone.

What to Love

  • Choices on a variety of living spaces
  • Two championship golf courses
  • Breathtaking panoramic desert views
  • Hiking trails at Pinnacle Peak
  • Plenty of outdoor recreation, including golf and tennis
  • Upscale shopping and dining

Local Lifestyle

Even though Troon North has a mix of full-time and part-time residents, it still fosters a strong sense of community. Club membership comes with ownership, and residents often get together at community events throughout the year. Locals regularly take advantage of neighborhood amenities, whether golfing, hiking, or grabbing a bite to eat at an on-site eatery. 

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

Troon North Golf Club attracts golf connoisseurs with the best luxury golf experience the southwest has to offer. Two 18-hole courses run through the natural landscape and foothills of Pinnacle Peak. This Tom Weiskopf-designed layout provides the authentic desert golf experience. Overlooking the 18th hole of the Pinnacle course, Dynamite Grill offers onsite dining with elevated American favorites and spectacular views.

Pinnacle Grille also features stunning views and is a local mainstay serving various dishes in a casual setting. Among diners’ favorites are their gourmet burgers and grilled steak. They also have a full bar and an extensive wine list.

Troon North residents can head to the Four Seasons Resort for fine dining. Talavera is a contemporary steakhouse. Elevated Latin dishes such as garlic shrimp and paella are local favorites here. For homestyle comfort food, look no further than Proof Canteen, which specializes in classic dishes such as chicken and waffles, baby back ribs, and smokehouse barbeque. 

A 20-minute drive from Troon North, The Promenade is Scottsdale’s premier destination for shopping. It has a wide range of department stores, national retailers, and unique boutiques, plus restaurants and services. Across the street, Kierland Commons is an open-air plaza with an array of stores and restaurants. 

Things to Do

Long-revered as a golf community and destination, the Phoenix Open is one of the most anticipated stops on the PGA tour. The five-day event sees a large number of golf enthusiasts in the area, with about half a million attendees. 

Arizona’s prestigious Bentley Polo Championships is another highly-anticipated, action-packed event. In addition to the polo match, the full day of events includes a fashion show, a car show, and live musical performances. 

Drawn to Arizona’s warm and sunny climate, numerous professional baseball teams come to the Scottsdale metropolitan area for spring training. Fans from all over watch their favorite teams train and engage in scrimmage matches.

Barrett-Jackson is a local legend in the auto world. Headquartered in Scottsdale, their car auctions have been drawing hundreds of thousands of car enthusiasts and collectors worldwide. Their weeklong auction is held at WestWorld of Scottsdale and is the longest and largest of its kind.

Overview for Troon North, AZ

3,092 people live in Troon North, where the median age is 62 and the average individual income is $126,043. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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62 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Troon North, AZ

Troon North has 1,409 households, with an average household size of 2. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Troon North do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 3,092 people call Troon North home. The population density is 1,691.683 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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  • Less Than 9th Grade
  • Associate Degree
  • Bachelor Degree

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