Haven't played Oak Creek in years but always remember it being a flatter, less interesting version of Sedona Golf Resort, thus would have a hard time ranking it above SDR. On the other hand, SDR and Seven Canyons are close enough that I could see ranking them either way.
It was mentioned by someone that Camelback's Indian Bend course is undergoing a remodel. Evidently, because I was recently housesitting nearby and would drive by the course on Doubletree and it's in total shambles.
Anyway, I was pleased to discover a very extensive breakdown of the planned layout on the course site:
Stretching the course to 7200+ yards - if you look at the course on Google Maps it's pretty easy to see where they found the space, as there is a lot of room between tees. Also, expansion of a large water hazard in the middle holes which instead of kind of being in play on one hole (the par-3 16th) is now very much in play on a few holes.
Additionally, almost every hole is changed/removed in some significant way. For example, instead of having a goofy 90 degree dogleg 2nd hole (which the homeowners on the elbow must have hated), the 2nd is now a par-3, and the 3rd is a straightaway par-5. This is a trend the whole way through. 8 and 11 are still par-3s but no longer run parallel to each other. The curlicue at the far end of the course is removed and the course is now 10 holes out, 8 holes back in. And perhaps most importantly, the weak, goofy 18th hole has been redone and is now a 500 yard par-4 with only a slight dogleg.
If they move a lot of dirt this could end up being an excellent course. Seems like a super weird time to sink 8 million into a course though.