Superstition Springs Golf Club

6542 E. Baseline Rd
Mesa, AZ

Superstition Springs Golf Club 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 No. 9, a 425-yard, par 4, requiring a shot over water. This club hosted PGA Sectional qualifier tournaments in 1991 and 1992.

Conveniently set in the heart of the East Valley lies on of Arizona’s most challenging golf layouts. Measuring more than 7,000 yards from the back tees with a slope rating of 135, this PGA Tour qualifying site will test every aspect of your golf game. Ranked among the Southwest’s finest golf experiences, this premier 18-hole course is known for its multiple tee placements and dazzling water holes.

An ideal location for special events, the clubhouse at Superstition Springs features spectacular views of the golf course, offering both a restaurant and lounge, pro shop, banquet facilities and more.

Green fees at this course include tax.


Take the US 60 east to Power Rd. Exit 188 Go south to Baseline, then west to the clubhouse. We are on the north side of Baseline Rd. about 500 yards west of Power Rd.
Course Designer

Greg H. Nash

Score Card Summary

Tee Box Yards Slope Rating
Back 7005 130 73.0
Middle 6405 126 70.7
Forward 5328 117 70.7