Superstition Springs Golf Club 6542 E. Baseline Road, Mesa

Superstition Springs Golf Club 6542 E. Baseline Road, Mesa 480-985-5622, superstitionspringsgc.com

 

Golf Course

First Place: Superstition Springs Golf Club

6542 E. Baseline Road, Mesa

480-985-5622, superstitionspringsgc.com

With golf supposedly on the decline, the immaculately maintained Superstition Springs Golf Club in Mesa steps to the fore and offers an opposing viewpoint.

Start with the star of the show, the course itself, a thing of beauty with undulating fairways, mature landscaping and water features everywhere. It’s a stunning backdrop for golf.

 Named among Americas Best Golf Courses by Golfweek, the par-72, 7,005-yard championship course designed by Greg Nash offers a challenge for all levels with five sets of tees.

Toss in Superstition Springs’ golf shop and practice facility, its Grill & Bar that is open for breakfast, lunch, appetizers and cocktails with a spacious patio that overlooks the 9th green, and its banquet facilities for outings, parties, wedding rehearsals or corporate events and you have much more than a golf course. 

Second Place: Dobson Ranch Golf Course

2155 S. Dobson Road, Mesa

480-644-2291, dobsonranchgolfcourse.com

Third Place: Ocotillo Golf Club

3751 S. Clubhouse Drive, Chandler

480-917-6660, ocotillogolf.com

 

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