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Volunteer to Serve

One of the most impressive things about SaddleBrooke lies within the people. The widespread talents and experiences of our residents provide a vast pool of capable volunteers to help keep our community such a great place to live. A wide array of Committees provides valuable support to the administrative staff and the Board of Directors. At any time, residents are encouraged to express their interest in volunteering their energy to the various Committees or the Board of Directors by completing one of the forms below. Forms are also available in the administrative office.

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Board of Directors Candidate Form

Committee Interest Form


Annual meeting

Download the PDF version.

Community Update


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August 20, 2017

Common Grounds Maintenance:
  • Attending to work orders.
Fitness Center:
  • Reopening of the SaddleBrooke One Fitness Center will be delayed. 
    The fitness center is now scheduled to reopen on August 23rd at 4:00 am. 



All walkers must be off the course by 7am; Evening walking after 6pm


 Click the Blue Button above for the walking course schedule.     

Pocket copies of the schedule may be picked up in the Communications Center
(main level Clubhouse across from the elevator), Fitness Center, & RoadRunner Grill.

Please remember to stay on the cart path at all times and clean up after your pets.

Thank you for your cooperation!


  Main Pool Hours:  6:00 am to 10:00 pm

Children's Hours:  11:00 am to 1:00 pm
                                4:30 pm to 6:30 pm

 Lap Pool Hours:   6:00 am to 8:30 pm


SaddleBrooke One Fitness Center reopening will be delayed. 

It is now scheduled to reopen at 4:00am on Wednesday, August 23rd.

Meetings are 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month
9:00am Bobcat Suite  (lower level of the SB One clubhouse)
Upcoming Meetings:   Sept. 7th, Sept. 21st

from left:  Chris Toney, Treasurer; Paul Fuchs, VP; Len Alcantara, Director; Tim Mahanna, VP Planning;
Jim daily, President; Char Crossman, Director; Fred Pilster, Secretary

Upcoming Board Meetings
Regular Board Meeting:  August 24th - Coyote North & South


If you have an upcoming activity or event that you would like included in this weekly email,
please send an email to

The deadline for submission is Tuesday of each week.

 The award winning American Legion Oro Valley Post 132 is sponsoring a
Golf Tournament, August 26 at “The Views” in Sun City

All of the proceeds to provide care and assistance to local homeless and “at risk” veterans
and to the families of the deployed soldiers of our adopted Arizona National Guard Units.
If you play golf, please sign up and support this worthy cause. Registration is $80 per golfer. “We Care” special hole sponsorships available for a donation of $450. The sponsoring company, organization or individual will receive recognition and advertising space at the hole of their choice, a full page color ad in the event program and an appreciation plaque. Tee box sponsorships available for a donation of $100. The names of the tee box sponsors will be published in the tournament program. Raffle prizes always welcome. You can make a difference. Donations to Post 132 are tax deductible. Donations of any amount are gratefully accepted. Contact Steve Didio at stevedidio@comcast.net or 520-219-9997.
CLICK HERE FOR ENTRY / DONATION FORM  or go to http://www.OVAmericanLegion132.com    
September 11th
Bingo 2nd Monday of each month - The Vistas Dining Room
Bingo Sales Begin at 5:30 p.m. | Early Bird Bingo at 6:45 p.m.
 Regular Bingo begins at 7:00 pm
(Prices start as low as $3 per pack for 11 games (Cash Only!)
Seating is limited so come early!  $6 limited Bingo menu buffet.
If you have questions, call Virgil Maynard: 825-6620 or email
virgilRmaynard@gmail.com. Please do not call the SaddleBrooke offices.
The SaddleBrooke Health Fair celebrates its twentieth anniversary on Saturday, October 14, 9 am – Noon, at the SaddleBrooke One clubhouse.  Parking is at MountainView with luxury coaches shuttling between MountainView and SaddleBrookeOne. Shuttles run until 1:30 pm to allow fairgoers time for lunch at the Road Runner. Parking for golf carts and cars with handicap stickers is at SaddleBrookeOne.
The Health Fair features a larger proportion of screeners this year providing free tests and assessments. Mini-lectures by three area doctors will be held at the Tennis Pavilion.
Traditional favorites include immunizations, skin cancer screening, free blood sugar and cholesterol tests, vision assessments, and more. New exhibitors will feature both medical fields and senior services.
Screeners and exhibitors will be identified with a “Years of Service” ribbon. When you notice someone who has been at the Health Fair for 10, 15 or even 20 years, please thank them for their ongoing commitment to our community. 
Registration is now open for fall courses offered by the SaddleBrooke Institute for Learning in Retirement.

Go to www.sbilr.org to see what's on offer and to enroll. To enroll, you must be a member of the ILR. A lifetime membership is $25 and additionally, each course is $15.
The Gardeners Exchange of SaddleBrooke Ranch in conjunction with the SaddelBrooke/Saddlebrooke Ranch Master Gardeners welcomes “Grow the Rainbow” with speaker, Deborah North, Pima County Master Gardener on Wednesday, August 23, 1 PM at La Hacienda Club at SaddleBrooke Ranch.
What do orange fruits and vegetables have that green ones don’t? Deborah North, Pima County Master Gardener, will explain what the rainbow of fruits and vegetables that we can grow do for us. This class will help you plan, plant and grow your way to a colorful, more plant-based diet during every season of the year. All residents of SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke Ranch are invited to attend. No registration. Open seating. For more information, please contact Laurie Foster at 520-268-1057.

SaddleBrooke Pickleball Association Introductory Lesson
Time:  Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, Sept. 19, 20 and 22 @11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Location: Pickleball courts 7, 8 and 9 at THE PRESERVE
Cost: $10 Payable day of the lesson in cash (exact amount) or check made out to SPA.
Please wear non-marking tennis shoes – no sandals or flip flops, and a visor/cap, sunglasses and sunscreen. Bring water with you to stay hydrated! Paddles and pickleballs will be provided. If you can, please watch this video, http://pickleball.biz/just-beginning-watch-this-first/ before you come to the Introductory Lesson. Please arrive 10 minutes before the lesson begins for payment and check-in. For additional information and to register, please contact Shawne at sfcrydo@yahoo.com

SaddleBrooke/SaddleBrooke Ranch Master Gardener Training Course-Fall 2017

Interested in becoming a SB/SBR Master Gardener?  Our Fall 2017 training course begins on Friday, September 22, 2017 at 9:00 am.  The course consists of 15 classes which will end on January 19, 2018, with 3 week breaks for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s.  Our location is SaddleBrooke Ranch. Some of the topics to be covered include, botany, soils, irrigation, fertilization, cacti/succulents, desert adapted plants, citrus, pest management, and much more.

The course fee is $120.00, which includes all materials and the U of A Master Gardener Manuals. If you would like to expand your knowledge of high desert gardening, as well as devoting time helping your friends and neighbors with their plant and landscape problems, please sign up for our MG Training Course, which is offered every 2 years. The sign up and payment deadline is September 1, 2017.

For more information, contact Barb Nicholson at BBradNic51@aol.com or 520-825-4266.

  From 10:00 AM until 1:30 PM once a month, care receivers enjoy a fun-filled program which includes activities, crafts, simple chair exercises, games, music, entertainment and a light lunch, while their caregivers take time for themselves.The program is free of charge.  For more information or to apply go to www.LTNM.org

Artist of the Week ~Dixie Irwin~ Gecko Pins!
SaddleBrooke's Very Own Gift Shop

   All items made exclusively by SaddleBrooke Residents

Located between the HOA1 Arts & Crafts building & Fitness Center

9:00am - 1:00pm May thru September (CLOSED SUNDAYS)   

SaddleBrooke One

Clubs and Groups Announcements



August 20, 2017 

Free 4-Week Introduction to Centering Prayer
DVD series by Fr. Carl Arico "Centering Prayer: A Way of Life"
Wednesdays 2:00-3:15 pm: Aug. 9, 16, 23 and 30.
Click here for more details

Al-Anon "Back to Basics"   Meetings every Monday at 3:00 pm
in the Bobcat Suite  (lower level of SB One clubhouse--at the end of the hallway)

Change in meeting place:  During the summer (June-August) we meet
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS at 6:30 PM in the Agate Room
of the HOA2 Arts & Crafts Center, 38725 S Mountainview Blvd.
SaddleBrooke Bereavement Support Group
Meets Every Sunday, 4-5:30 p.m.  SaddleBrooke One Clubhouse, Coyote Room South (lower level).  Support groups provide a confidential forum, to share feelings, concerns and information as a way of supporting and encouraging each other as we make our journey through loss and grief. Always lead by master prepared facilitators. No cost to Attend...No commitment to come back.  FOR INFORMATION, call 825-8980
Come join us!  We have great fun, & the game is just competitive enough to be interesting. 
This is a non-sanctioned game, every Wednesday at the HOA1 Activity Center, 9AM-12:30PM (arrive at 8:45).  Sign-up book is at Activity Center counter. 
Open to all residents and renters of SB1, SB2 & the Ranch.  Coffee is available!
Questions:  Rosemary Marcello -
651-775-9722, rmarcello46@gmail.com
 Small Slams Bridge Club
Thursdays HOA1 Activity Center
Sign in starts at 12:30PM / Game Time 1PM
Walk-in Pairs welcome by 12:45PM--will be seated after players with reservations
Resident-resident pairs will be given priority seating before resident-guest pairs.) 

Interested in improving your duplicate game? This club is for you. We are an American Contract Bridge League (ACBL) sanctioned; limited to players with 0-750 Masterpoints.  You don't need to be an ACBL member to play. No partner? No problem! Email us 2 days before a game & we will try to get you one.

Games are $4.  We are open to SB1, SB2, & Ranch homeowners, renters, and their guests.   
Reservations or questions:  

Thursday Night Bridge Pairs & Those Who Wish to Join Us
Thursday Night Bridge Pairs is a rubber bridge club. We meet on Thursday evenings at 6:30 in the HOA #1Activity Center. The fee to play is $1.25 per person. The sign-up sheet is located in a white folder on the podium in the HOA#1 Library. We prefer that you bring a partner, but if you need one, an attempt will be made to find one for you if you contact us.

Please phone either Connie Kacer (825-7585)
or Barb Fleming (825-2827) if you have any questions.

Users Group meetings may have been suspended but some instructors are still teaching classes.
Check the website calendar for all summer classes:  

 Why Not Dance ? 
Ball Room Dance Lessons Offered Tuesdays & Wednesdays
in HOA1 Vermilion Room for residents of SaddleBrooke and the Ranch
No sign up required.  Questions?  Contact Walter:  wteike@msn.com
Dance Schedule:  Tuesdays 1pm-2pm - Instruction  |  2pm-3pm - Open Dance for all residents
Wednesdays 12 noon - Open Dance for all residents  |  1pm - Instruction

The Digital Photography Club of Saddlebrooke (DIGS)
The Digital Photography Club of Saddlebrooke is open to any resident of Saddlebrooke  and SaddleBrooke Ranch who has an interest in taking their photography to the next level, both in the field and the digital darkroom. Photographers with all levels of photographic experience are welcome. Check out our website here or contact Jim Hagedon (jim@hagedon.net), for monthly meeting information & upcoming programs.
We meet the second Tuesday each month at 3:30 PM at the Activities Center at 64518 Galveston Ln.  Guests are welcome.
Visit our website to learn about events & actions in SaddleBrooke & the Tucson area.  There are lots of opportunities to get involved!



 The SaddleBrooke EZ Riders offer indoor cycling sessions. You are in total control of the level of intensity you want to experience.   The 45 minute ride also includes stretching before and after the workout. An experienced resident volunteer leads each session, which are choreographed to music.
For information: Dave Palmeri - djpwine@gmail.com

  SaddleBrooke EZ Riders have moved to the Paloma Room at DesertView.  Ride times remain the same:
Sun. 7:30am & 11:15am    Tue. 2:45 pm & 4:00pm   Fri. 12:15pm   Sat. 7:30am

The SaddleBrooke Genealogy Club
Meets 1st Thursday of each month 1:00 PM in the Coyote Room   


The horseshoe pits are located in SaddleBrooke between the softball field & the Edwin Rd. wall. Official play is Tuesday & most Wednesdays at 9AM during the winter , 7:00 AM in the summer. Some people play Friday morning. Or play when you have the urge. The black horseshoe equipment box can be opened with your homeowner’s pool key. All we ask is that you sign a waiver sheet (in the box/leave in the box) before using the equipment. If you decide to become a member, a $10 donation is requested. Come. Relive your youth!

Contacts:  Joe Florito - 818-0363 or Don Stone - 818-1693

The SaddleBrooke Links Players meet for golf every Thursday
& for Fellowship Forum every other Thursday at the HOA1 Coyote North room,
starting with Fellowship at 10AM (topics cover living right today) followed by golf. 
For more information contact
Dave Thomas at 825-3017 / email:
or Jim Tayburn at 818-1274 / email:

 For those interested in Radio Controlled Model Aviation (including Model Airplanes and Drones).
Come join us for breakfast and comradery every Wednesday morning at 8:00 AM in the Roadrunner Grill. Our flying days are Tue, Sat, and Sun. Whether you are new to RC models or a seasoned flyer – all are welcome – we teach flying and flight safety. 

SaddleBrooke Paper Crafters Club
Our objective is to share ideas & techniques in rubber stamping & paper crafting while creating friendships.  We meet at 1PM the 2nd Wednesday each month in the HOA1 Arts & Crafts Room #4, and we also have monthly Saturday workshops taught by a member or a visiting artist.
All SaddleBrooke and SB Ranch Residents are welcome to join.  Annual dues are $20.

Contact Sharon Scanlan: 825-5367 or Opal Larkin: 825-4062

 Monthly event which needs your support: We have a pick-up service of gently used clean towels, linens, blankets, flat sheets and pet supplies such as carriers and pet food. Prescription containers are also needed. E-mail 2tftsmom@gmail.com or call 520-548-7861 to arrange the pick-up. Please contact us at least one full day before the requested pick-up date so that we can arrange the most efficient schedule. Just place it in your drive-way on the day of pick-up and we do the rest.                                                        Next Pick-up Friday, September 1st      

Monthly meetings are on the 2nd Wednesday of each month, in Ballroom East, Mountain View Clubhouse. Guest speakers have included Dr. Zhudi Jasser, representatives from Border Patrol, the NRA, County Sheriff, County Attorney, County Supervisor, State Reps, Senator, & many more.     
See our website: sbrc1.org

Agave Front Lounge, SaddleBrooke One
Thursdays, 11:30am - 1:00pm

SaddleBrooke Rotary is packed with energetic volunteers and many came together to assist schools in Oracle, San Manuel, Mammoth, Catalina, and Nogales. Our club provides youth leadership training, funds college scholarships, and supports Ronald McDonald House. If giving back to your community is something you enjoy and if you’d like a team of like-minded professionals to work with, Rotary may be for you. For more information or to join us for a Thursday lunch, call Neil Deppe at 520-297-4858.  
Aug. 24: Our guest speaker is Judith B. Simmons,
Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona.

SaddleBrooke Seniors - What's New?!
Visit sbseniors.org

SaddleBrooke Singles Club
SaddleBrooke singles (male & female) meets formally once a month to plan a variety of activities in which members can participate as a group. If single in SaddleBrooke and interested in joining us, please contact David Dodd (dkdodd@usa.net - 520-954-5944)

 Saddlebrooke Stroke/ Neurological Support Group
Inviting all those, who are going through the daily physical and emotional times of helping their loved ones maintain their dignity of life, to come to our monthly lunches, meetings for the support from open, free discussion on how to help not only their loved ones, but themselves, the care-giver.
Luncheons are 3rd Friday of month. Reservation must be made RSVP: Esta Goldstein 825-1181 or jsda38@icloud.com. Any questions or inquiry you can call Esta 825-1181 or Liz Boyd 825-5587.

Come for breakfast & enjoy the fun.  Join a group of Rotarians on Thursday mornings at the MountainView Bistro, East Room at 8AM.  This is a wonderful way to meet new friends & listen to great speakers.  Learn how you can give back to yoru community.  BE A GIFT TO THE WORLD!  For more information, contact Gary Haslett:  825-4442,

 Tennis players, SaddleBrooke Tennis Club wants you !
STC has much to offer, for every level of player from the beginner to the expert.  Interested in knowing more about tennis at SaddleBrooke?  Visit www.saddlebrooketennisclub.net  then click on About our STC video.

For more information, call the tennis center (825-0255) or Connie Kacer (825-7585)
We look forward to meeting you and seeing you on the courts!


SaddleBrooke Western Heritage Preservation Club 
Now seeking new members for the upcoming season, Sept - April.
Our first meeting is scheduled for Sept. 15, 6:00 PM, 
with guest performer Mary Kaye (Mary-kaye.com).
Season Membership Dues are $10 per household. We plan to have at least twelve meetings for the season, each with outstanding performers.

For more information email or call Al Mollenkopf : amollenkopf@wbhsi.net, 520-850-5636 

  Women on Our Own
for single women in non-committed relationships
Make new friends & participate in fun activities!
If interested, contact Lynn Crookes
LCrookes54@gmail.com, 433-9759.

If you have a club or group announcement that you would like included in this weekly email, please send an email to jhuff@saddlebrooke.org   

The deadline for submission is Tuesday of each week.

SaddleBrooke One

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Weekly Dining Specials

Weekly Dining Specials

SaddleBrooke One

Weekly Meeting Schedule

Weekly Meeting Schedule

                         Committees & Commissions 

Meeting Schedule

August 2017

Committee chairs: If the meeting time, date or location has changed or is listed incorrectly, please notify Trisha Rogers at (520) 917-3758  trogers@saddlebrooke.org as soon as possible.

Edits will be made to the website within 24 hours (Sun-Fri) of notification & noted on future Departmental Updates.

*Meetings in RED have been canceled

*Meetings in BLUE have a change in time, date and/or location
or have added an additional special meeting date.


Aug 22 – Finance
Coyote North at 2:00pm

Aug 24 – Executive Session
(closed meeting)
Conference Room at 12:30pm

Aug 24 – Meeting of the Board of Directors
Coyote North and South at 2:00pm

Aug 25 - Unit Representatives
Activity Center at 9:30am

Information listed above was confirmed as accurate as of 8.18.17 at 8:57 am.

Weekly Golf Digest

Golf Digest



Information for the SaddleBrooke Golfer!
August 15, 2017
Bernie Eaton, Director of Golf

News & Notes


We would like to congratulate Len Alcantara for making a Hole in One on Monday, August 14th.  Len aced SaddleBrooke #2 with an 8 iron for his 3rd career Hole in One.  Congratulations Len!


What’s the first word that comes to your mind when I say “Cleveland?” For those who grew up with golf, it’s probably “Launcher.”

The Launcher name is synonymous with Cleveland Golf, and it still carries a cult-like enthusiasm despite the company not releasing a “Launcher” product in five years. This time around, golfers won’t find Launcher clubs in the bags of Tour pros as in year’s past. That’s because the new Cleveland Launcher line — which includes Launcher HB (HiBore) woods, CBX irons and Launcher HB (HiBore) — is filled with game-improvement clubs made for amateur golfers who need the ultimate in distance and forgiveness by offering the highest-launching clubs possible.

Launcher HB (HiBore) Woods


Cleveland’s line of HiBore golf clubs have always been identified by a bowl-like, or concave construction on their crowns — at least on the drivers — that’s designed to launch the golf ball as high as possible. The idea behind HiBore has always been that golf clubs that produce higher-launch will be more forgiving, and ultimately help golfers hit longer and straighter shots.


Cleveland is chasing even higher launch and more forgiveness with the new line of Launcher HiBore drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, as well as greater ball speeds. To achieve this, there are four key technologies in the new Launcher HB golf clubs:

  1. New Crown: While not the same cup-like design as HiBore drivers in the past, the new Launcher HB drivers have a HiBore crown designed to flex at impact to produce a high launch and low spin by lowering CG (center of gravity) in the club head.
  2. Flex Fin: Fin-like designs on the sole compress at impact to help transfer energy from the club head to the golf ball at impact for faster ball speeds, especially on mishits.
  3. Cup Face: Cleveland says the Cup Face is designed to produce a higher COR (coefficient of restitution, a measure of energy transfer), thus making the clubs produce more distance and forgiveness.
  4. Ultra-lightweight hosel: Cleveland designed the hosels to be lighter, therefore lowering overall CG in the club head, helping to make them higher launching and more forgiving.


The Cleveland Launcher HB clubs will come stock with Miyazaki C. Kua shafts in the following lofts;  Driver ($299.99): 9, 10.5 and 12 degrees,  Fairway Woods ($219.99): 15 and 18 degrees,  Hybrids ($199.99): 19, 22 and 25 degrees.

CBX Irons


While donning the Launcher name, Cleveland’s new CBX irons also use designs that you may recognize from its new CBX wedges.


In order to create more spin, and therefore more control, Cleveland’s CBX irons have the company’s Tour Zip Grooves with double-laser milling between the grooves, just like you see on its CBX wedges. The irons also have a V-Sole that helps them more easily glide through the turf. The V-Sole is progressive throughout the set to optimize the turf interaction of each individual iron. Like the CBX wedges, the CBX irons have feel balancing technology, too, which means weight is moved toward the toe to center CG in the head for better distance control and feel, according to Cleveland.


As you’d expect from an iron with the Launcher name, the irons are also built for distance. This is attributable to their cavity-back construction and a cup face that’s designed to increase ball speeds across the face.

Cleveland’s CBX irons come stock with True Temper Dynamic Gold DST 98 shafts, and will sell for $699.99 (4-PW).

Launcher HB Irons


Take one look at Cleveland’s new Launcher HB irons, and you can see why they have that name They have obvious influence from HiBore driver designs of the past, equipped with the concave, bowl-like shape on their cavities.


The sets are progressively designed so the short irons look like traditional irons with the mid and long irons progressing to look more like hybrids. The hollow irons are said to provide “drastically more forgiveness,” according to Cleveland, and the HiBore crowns are designed to keep weight low and rearward in the clubhead for more forgiveness and higher launch. They’re also built with high-strength, HT1770 steel faces to raise COR and boost distance.



Cleveland’s Launcher HB irons will come stock with either Miyazaki C. Kua graphite shafts ($799.99: 4-PW) or True Temper Dynamic Gold 98 steel shafts ($699.99: 4-PW)


August / September Major Events

 Aug 16SMGA Partner's Event 7:30 am SG 
 Aug 21Catalina Course Closed for Greens Aeration  
 Aug 22Tucson Course Closed for Greens Aeration  
 Aug 23SaddleBrooke Course Closed for Greens Aeration  
 Sep 12SBWGA / SMGA Sampson & Delilah Event 8 am SG 
 Sep 13SMGA Partner's Event 7:30 am SG 
 Sep 142 PIN EVENT 3:30 pm SG 
 Sep 18SaddleBrooke Course and Practice Facility Closed for Over-Seeding  
 Sep 25Tucson Course  and Putting Greens Closed for Over-Seeding 
 Sep 26SBWGA and Ladies 9ers LAGOS Event 9 am SG 
 Oct 2Catalina Course Closed for Over-Seeding = All holes closed  
 Oct 2-8Golf Shop Closed for Over-Seeding  

 Golf Shop Merchandise Specials!

ALL Men's and Ladies Clothing - 25% OFF

Men's and Ladies Sale Rack - 50% OFF ORIGINAL PRICE


**Foot Joy Sof-Joy Gloves - $8 Each plus tax


*Discounts not applicable to Special Orders and may not be combined with other discounts.  Valid for in stock product only. Additional discounts Not valid for sale rack items unless stated otherwise.  Prices do not include tax.

New Arrivals -


SaddleBrooke One Golf Shop 
64500 East SaddleBrooke Boulevard• Tucson • Arizona • 85739

Weekly News From the Fairways

News From the Fairways

August 18, 2017 - Greens Aeration and Over-Seed Schedule

Greens Aeration - Upcoming

The final core aerification will be completed on the greens August 21st thru 23rd.

One course will be completed each day.  Core aerification is an essential part of maintaining healthy turf grass.  The many benefits include; reduced compaction, reduced thatch, and better water and air movement into the root zone.  


                                 IRRIGATION UPDATE

Work on Phase 2 of the Irrigation Replacement Project continued this week. Here are some facts and dates regarding this project: 

--  Sprinkler head and lateral pipe installation on Catalina #8 and #9.  These holes will be closed or modified for this portion of the work

-- Mainline installation will move to the Catalina Course Holes 1 & 2

-- Please slow down and watch for workers

 -- 18 holes will remain open at all times

Thank you in advance for your cooperation on this important project

Over-Seed Schedule - 2017

 CourseCloses Re-Opens
SaddleBrooke and Practice FacilitySeptember 18 October 9 
 Tucson Course and Main Putting GreensSeptember 25 October 16 
 Catalina Course and Catalina Putting GreenOctober 2 October 23 

Practice Facility Maintenance

The Practice Facility is closed on Monday’s and Wednesday’s from 9 am to 10:30 am for maintenance.  This includes the short game area.  This schedule will run through September.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Summer Golf Course Walking Hours Are in Effect

Summer walking hours are being observed

Normal Walking Hours Remain in Effect on the Tucson Course·   

All walkers must be off of the courses by 7am

·       Evening walking is only available after 6pm


·       Golfers always have the right of way

·       All pets must be on a leash

·       Please clean-up after your pets

·       Please refer to the weekly walking schedule for additional course availability

Gate System Suspended for the Summer - All Courses 

Open to Regular Cart Traffic


Fairways, Tees and Roughs - Use Sand Only Please


Each week this email will provide a 7 day calendar for the available walking times for each golf course.  Walking maps are available in the SaddleBrooke One Golf Shop or SaddleBrooke One Administration Office.  

Changes from the normal times are  highlighted in yellow.

Pocket copies of the schedule may be picked up in the Communications Center (main level of the Clubhouse, across from the elevator), The Fitness Center, and the communications kiosk at the hostess station in the Road Runner Grill.


Please remember to stay on the cart path at all times and clean up after your pets. 

Thank you for your cooperation. 

Click the Blue Button above for the walking course schedule.  

Thank you for your cooperation!

Weekly Message From Saddlebrooke Two

News From Saddlebrooke Two

Monday Message for the Week of August 14, 2017



  • ALC - WEEDS! WEEDS! WEEDS! It’s that time of year again! Monsoons bring wonderful rain and not so wonderful WEEDS! Complaints regarding weeds are coming in from the Patrol and homeowners. Please keep your yard free of weeds and your bushes and trees pruned. If you plan to be away for an extended period of time, contact a landscaper to maintain your property. Also, be sure to empty any water features that will attract mosquitoes. You may be far away, but many us live here year around. Please be a good neighbor and homeowner and keep your property weed-free and well maintained. Thanks!

  • The Renovation of the Mesquite building has begun.  The demolition crews are hard at work and have started with the restroom/showers and will work their way to the restaurant area.   While the showers are shut the pool will also be closed.  During the pool closure we will be changing out old sun shades, re-plastering the pool and refurbishing the deck.  The Pro Shop is still open and operating as normal.  Construction schedule sets late November as the completion date if all goes well. If you are in the area, please be careful and obey all signs at the Mesquite building.

  • Identification - Residents are reminded that they should carry their Member Identification Card on their person for safety or emergencies – especially hikers, bikers and golf cart drivers.  

  • Monsoon season is here!  Common Area crews will be out cleaning roads, checking all drains, looking for broken or downed trees, and actively treating any standing water for mosquitoes.  This usually puts us behind with our regular job duties which includes clearing behind homes.  Please be understanding and patient; we will be there as soon as possible.

  • “I Don’t Want it” SaleSign up starts September 20th 9:00am in Ballroom West at the MountainView Clubhouse. After the 20th you can sign up at the administration building. The Sale date is Saturday, October 21st 7:00am – 11:00am MountainView parking lot. For more information call CJ at 825-5256.

  • HOA #2 Homeowners:  Please remember that when mailing your homeowner dues payment to send to the following address:  SaddleBrooke HOA 2, P.O. Box 94134, Las Vegas, Nevada 89193-4134.  Please do not drop your payments off at the HOA 2 office as this needs to go directly to Las Vegas.  Payments can also be made on-line.  Click on the following link for more information >>>Homeowner Dues Payment Link

  • ALC Meeting Location Change - Agate room of the Arts and Crafts Center at the MountainView complex. Therefore, if you are working on any home changes that might require consultation with or approval by the ALC, the Thursday morning meetings will be held at the Agate Room. Please let any contractor you are working with know about this change. If you have any questions about this change, contact the ALC at (520)879-4155 or via email at askhoa2alc@yahoo.com



The HOA #2 Architectural and Landscaping Committee - Thursday 9am – Agate Room, MV Arts & Crafts Center



  • Common Area crew is currently working in units 36 and 48 cleaning behind the walls. They will be moving to Units 29, 32 when completed. Staff is working overtime in units 14, 15 and 17.

  • We would like to invite all residents to look at their mail box and if it is faded give it a fresh coat of black paint.  Over the past two and half years the HOA has been putting forth a focused effort on painting walls and bollards, clearing vegetation at intersections to provide better visibility.  We will start replacing faded street signs over the next two years and will continue our efforts to keep the community looking neat and clean.

  • Special thanks for the cooperation from the residents that cleared vegetation on their properties to support our effort to ensure our intersections have adequate visibility.



  • Attention! Class cancellation due to installation of Ceiling Fans in the Mariposa & Paloma Rooms – No Free Cycle on Tues August 15th No Cardio Tone or Yoga on Wed August 16th, Strength Training & Chair Fitness on August 15th will be at the regular time.

  • Aqua Classes will be held at the Preserve Pool.

  • CD Water Aerobic classes will be at HOA1, 7am & 8am Monday-Saturday

  • Reminder Fitness Classes must be pre-paid if not using charging privileges. To pre-pay for classes go to the Administration Office.

  • Fitness Schedule: Classes at DesertView >>>>Fitness_Calendar_August_2017



  • 2017 Free Clinic Schedule>> Clinic_Schedule The clinics cover the usual topics and will be held at MountainView and SaddleBrooke Ranch. In addition, free clinic can be set up for specific clubs or smaller in-depth clinics for your membership at $5 per person.



  • Patrol NewsletterCheck it out!   NEW >>>>Patrol Newsletter 2017-08-14

  • Monsoon season & the pools: When there are electrical storms we will close the pools as soon as lightning is observed to ensure residents’ safety. The pools will then re-open when no lightning has been observed for a period of at least 30 minutes.



·MountainView Bistro: Hours & Information on MountainView Bistro

                                                Click here >> MountainView Bistro_Newsletter

The Bistro will be closing at 1:30pm on the 19th of August due to a special event. Click here for more information >>>Bistro Closure 1:30pm August 19th

Up Coming Wine Dinner >>  Bistro Wine Dinner 2017-08-16

·The Preserve: Hours & Information on the Preserve Dining

                                                Click here >> Preserve Newsletter



  • DesertView Newsletter >>> DesertView Theater Newsletter

  • DesertView:  Click here for info on DesertView Performing Arts Center >> Events_Listing

  • Event Tickets may be purchased at the Administration Office, Monday through Friday from 8am–3:30pm. Call 825-2818 or on-line at http://www.dvpac.net/<<Click here for all shows

  • Banquet Events:Contact John Fazio, Banquet Manager at 879-4158 to book your event.  Click Here for More Info >> Events & Banquets

RoadRunner Grill Remodel Project

RoadRunner Grill Remodel Project

Resident comments may be emailed to hoa1@saddlebrooke.org.

Scroll down to view furniture choices and restaurant layout.

Click here for March 31, 2016 presentation.

Click here for February 11, 2016 presentation.

Click here to view the January 6, 2016, special presentation.

RoadRunner Grill Furniture and Layout

Download the RRG furniture choices presentation.

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