18 Holes | Par 72 | Bermuda Grass | Greg Nash (1986)
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**GPS available for only $3 per player. **NO PASSES OR DISCOUNTS ACCEPTED OFF THIS RATE – PLEASE CALL THE GOLF SHOP FOR DETAILS AT (480) 985-5622 ***Closed for Overseed on the Sept.23rd to re-open Oct. 5th***
PGA Tour Qualifying Site for two years, Superstition Springs Golf Club has been chosen by the PGA Tour as the regional qualifying site. Experience for yourself the course that challenges the future stars of professional golf. Eighteen holes of spectacular championship golf awaits you featuring expansive bunkers, unique mounding, multiple tee placements and dazzling water holes. Come see why Superstition Springs is recognized as one of the Southwest's great golf experiences.
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Reviewed by skippy_53_1946 on 8/18/2013
Last played on Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Course was in fair shape. There was not a lot of water in the hazards and that was to our advantage. Although there was an added charge for the GPS I was aware of it but was not aware that it was automatically added to the green fee when checking in. I would recommend the course at the discount rate but I would not recommend the course at a full rate until there is better maintenance. Greens were not holding and seem hard. It was a great round though for the price
Superstition Springs appears to be a course that was wedged into some left-over real estate, and I believe the designer did a good job in designing most holes. However, there are a lot of very short Par 4's. Unfortunately, while the design is interesting, the course does not reach its potential. It is poorly maintained, ill kept, and covered with trash. It is disappointing to pay the green fees required for this course and have to move trash to hit you ball from the fairway. The course layout is very pretty, but the maintenance seems to be missing. The Tee boxes are the worst I've seen in the area. The ground is so hard that it is difficult to place a Tee more than 1/2" into the ground. Par 3 Tees are chopped up. It does not appear that the tee locations are moved often enough, and the divots make it difficult to find a place to hit from the Tee. Fairways are spotty: again, the overall layout is beautiful and there is a lot of potential, but the greens keepers must not work often. Several fairways had large garden hoses pulled across the fairway. On the 9th fairway it became a hazard for my playing partner with the ball wedged under the hose. A lot of players do not respect the greens. Ball marks were often not repaired, and the greens were erratic, some fast, some slow. Sand traps were soft, and easy to have a buried ball, which is OK if the sand would have been dry, not soaking wet. The course can be relatively expensive, and from what I can tell, it is quite popular. This says a lot for it, and I have a difficult tine understanding the low level of maintenance. I think it is challenging, with water coming into play on quite a few holes. It could be a delightful golfing experience, but too many details are overlooked.
The course overall was in decent condition...couple of areas on front 9 with big sections of free standing water. Very challenging design, trouble on most wholes...lots of bunkers and water. They ran out of golf carts (?!?!) and we were delayed 30-40 minutes. I would not recommend this venue.
Reviewed by deb_williams6 on 2/11/2013
Last played on Friday, February 8, 2013
Our cart powered out after the 15th hole. Called the clubhouse and waited a very long time before a nice young man came to help us (a cart from the 4-some ahead of us had the same issue). When we got to the clubhouse, everything was black and locked up and absolutely no staff anywhere to be found. Was very disappointed with this. Called the course to see if we could play again, still pay the same amount, but be allowed to go out earlier. Gave us the last tee-time before the twilight rate. Hopefully we will finish this time. We had to wait for our cart on the 1st hole as it was coming off the course from a prior round.
I thought I was being charged $75. Turned out to be $85+ with tax and GPS fee. First for me to be charges for the GPS seperate from the golf. The rate you gave me was the same as everyone got, so no big deal. Course was OK. Very nice on some holes,but average to poor on others. No sand in our cart bottle. Not a lot of bunker rakes on some of the HUGE bunkers. Trash laying all over on one hole where watr drained onto the course--couldn't someone clean it up?!!! Greens were fun, hard and didn't hold well, but OK. A lot of ball marks from people not fixing theirs.
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