Superstition Springs


6542 E Baseline Rd
Mesa, AZ 85206

Zagat Survey (Scale of 0 to 30)


If you're "sick of the desert, go here" say fans fo the Floridian feel of this "PGA-quality" layout that's "long" on yardage and "water", with unique twisted hurricane palms that make you feel you're in the Southeast rather than the Southwest; vets vie for the balls to fly over "sand traps like World War II bunkers", though the greens they land on are "still coming back from a major makeover" a few years ago.

Profile: This is not a typical desert course, but more typical of what you would expect to find in Arizona. The fairways are wide open, but the holes can be cruel on your approach shots. You must be accurate and straight because of the many bunkers and other hazards on the course. The signature hole is #9, a 425-yard, par 4, requiring a shot over water. This club hosted PGA Sectional qualifier tournaments in 1991 and 1992.

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