Golf Courses in Arizona

Superstition Mountain Is One Of The Best Golf Courses In Arizona

There are dozens of golf courses in Arizona and each is as diverse as the state’s spectacular landscape. Despite stiff competition, the award-winning courses at Gold Canyon’s Superstition Mountain rank among the best. The two immaculately kept courses were designed by Jack Nicklaus for challenging but enjoyable play. As one of the top golf courses in Arizona, Superstition’s Prospector course was ranked by Golfweek magazine as one of its “Top 100 Residential Courses.” The course’s signature hole is a par-5 finishing hole, with a picturesque backdrop of the Superstition Mountains and a stunning water feature.

Lost Gold was the second course opened at Superstition Mountain and the signature 14th hole offers beautiful views and a tricky dry wash guarding the fairway. A legend in its own right, the Lost Gold course awarded Fuzzy Zoeller a $300,000 prize as the winner of the 2002 Senior Slam. Zoeller edged out Don Pooley by a single stroke.

As an Arizona golf course, Superstition has the appeal of great weather and attracts members from around the country looking for a slice of paradise - especially during the winter months. The average Gold Canyon temperature for January is a lovely 54 degrees with an average of merely four days of precipitation.

The club offers something for everyone with first-class golf, social events and a variety of sporting activities. Members become friends and the atmosphere is warm and welcoming.

See for yourself why Superstition Mountain has two of the best golf courses Arizona has to offer.