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Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club -Lost Gold
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Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club -Lost Gold

8000 E Club Village Dr., Superstition Mountain,Arizona,83219-9985
Type: Semi-Private, open to the public
No. Holes: 18
Detailed description
Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club -Lost Gold, is a Semi-Private, 18 hole golf course located in Superstition Mountain, Arizona. Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club has two 18-hole championship courses, The Lost Gold Course and The Prospector Course. Each day, one of the courses is open to the public. The "open to the public" course rotates between the two courses almost, but not always, on a daily basis.

A links-style Arizona golf course, the Lost Gold Course maintains the Superstition Mountain reputation for playability and meticulous conditions.

Jack Nicklaus teamed with son Jack Jr. to design this AZ golf course, which opened in 1999. The links-style course offers generous fairways, and it possesses greater shot value than the Prospector Course, due to slightly smaller greens and strategic bunker placements.

The Lost Gold Course was the site of the 2002 Senior Slam, when Fuzzy Zoeller edged Don Pooley by one stroke to win the $300,000 top prize.

Superstition Mountain's Lost Gold golf course plays to a par-72 and a maximum distance of 7,351 yards. The course rating is 73.9 and the slope rating is 140.