How to Celebrate Women's Golf Month


June is Women’s Golf Month. Superstition Mountain Golf and Country Club is proud to be a home to many outstanding women golfers of all levels. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just learning the game, Superstition Mountain encourages women of all ages and skill levels to get involved in the sport of golf. Here is some additional info about Women’s Golf Month and how you can participate.

About Women’s Golf Month
Superstition Mountain has long believed that golf should be for everyone and has actively supported women in the game. We are honored to have an active female membership, with more than 30% of tee times booked by women - a high percentage among private golf clubs. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just learning the game, Superstition Mountain encourages women of all ages and skill levels to get involved in the sport of golf. 

Women in Golf at Superstition Mountain
Launched as a PGA industry initiative in 2005, Women’s Golf Month is organized by the LPGA, PGA of America, National Golf Course Owners Association and the LPGA Amateur Golf Association. The month-long initiative is intended to promote a fun, friendly atmosphere for women to learn and play golf. The goal of Women’s Golf Month is to attract and retain new women to the golf community.

While June may be designated as Women’s Golf Month, anytime is a good time to hit the course. If you are thinking about getting involved with the game, we’ve compiled a few links and resources to get you started.

Members of our private golf club can take advantage of our talented staff of golf instructors. From private instruction, golf clinics, group lessons and on-course instruction, the pros at Superstition will help golfers of all levels reach their goals. Click here or visit the pro shop for more information.  

Keep up with our blog for advice on how to take your game to the next level, even if that level is from beginner to a more experienced beginner.

PGA Professional/Superstition Mountain Golf Instructor Dan Williams reminds us to set measurable goals as the first step to improve your golf game. Here are a few more blogs to help you on the journey to get comfortable with, and improve, your game.


Superstition Mountain Golf and Country Club is honored to have hosted several LPGA tournaments and have several LPGA Pros among our membership. The LPGA tour players; Carlota Cigand, Mina Harigae, Dana (Finkelstein) Fall, Jaclyn Lee, Charlotte Thomas, Caroline Inglis, Jennifer Kupcho and Brianna Do can be seen throughout the year, honing their skills on our two Nicklaus Design golf courses.

Read about what they have to say about the golf industry and life as a professional athlete in the blog:  Talking golf with LPGA Pros

Along with talented golfers, Superstition Mountain sets the bar high in terms of employing women who are leaders in the golf industry. Our Club is owned by successful businesswoman, Susan Hladky. In a typically male-dominated field, Hladky has made her presence known throughout the industry and continues to help keep Superstition Mountain one of the top-private golf course communities in the country.

Rough Riders
If you’re a woman looking to learn the game, or just want to play for fun, Superstition Mountain’s “Rough Riders” club is a great place to start. Rough Riders is designed for women who want to learn and enjoy golf in non-competitive environment. Offered during the fall and winter seasons, the Rough Riders meet once a week for lunch, a 45-minute clinic with one of our golf pros and 9 holes of play. This program also provides women with an opportunity to meet others who are interested in the game and are looking to spend a fun day out on the course.

Private Golf Course Community
For women who are players, or want to get involved in golf for the first time, there’s no better place than Superstition Mountain Golf and Country Club. Our Gold Canyon Country Club offers pristine courses, expert golf professionals and plenty of fun golf events for members. To learn more about Superstition Mountain, contact us at 480-983-3200.