6347 E. Southern Ave.
Mesa, AZ 85206
Phone: (480) 807-7760
Fax: (480) 807-2646
Superstition Springs 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 #9, a 425-yard par-4 requiring a shot over water. Open daily from 6am.
Offering 9 and 18 hole courses, Camelot Golf Club is a wonderful club.
Painted Mountain is a challenging and fun golf club.
Play this course offering 18 holes and beautiful scenery.
Las Sendas requires you to think your way around to play it well. Just hitting the ball will not be enough. You must favor the correct sides of the fairways to obtain the best angles to the greens. Some holes require a little governor or lay-up, so as not to leave you with an impossible view to the greens. Generally, the greens are subtle. But be very precise when you read the break to avoid slipping past the hole, as the land mostly falls toward the southwest and the grass grows toward the setting sun. Las Sendas does is not famous for its railroad ties or decor. It is a strategic course; so master the best route.
This is one of the best kept secrets in town. This spectacular course is known for its fast breaking and most challenging greens. Kokopelli only stretches out to 6,716 yards (5615.43 square meters) from the tips, but don't let that fool you. Water will prove to be your fiercest competitor, as it comes into play on eleven holes. Also, mounded fairways will leave you with many side hill lies to contend with. Wherever your ball comes to rest, you are sure to know that the conditions of that spot are perfect. Embraced by the serenity of the San Tan and Superstition Mountains, this layout provides one of the most scenic golf opportunities around.
Fun for the whole family, the Golfland Sunsplash water and amusement park has activities for all ages. Whether you're swirling down one of the slides, floating along the Lazy River, or catching a wave in the Thunder Bay Wave Pool, you're sure to have a great time while staying cool under the hot Arizona sun. For those who'd rather not get their feet wet, the bumper cars, lazer tag, miniature golf course, and go-cart raceway will surely offer fun alternatives. The onsite snack stations will ensure you have enough energy to keep going strong all day long!
Fiesta Lakes Golf Club is situated in the city of Mesa in Arizona and offers extensive lengths of lush green tees. The facilities here provide a nine- hole course, with 1503 yards of space available. Here is the opportunity to perfect your golfing skills, with an amazing scenery awaiting you and a pond located centrally on the course. This course provides an enjoyable experience for all the golf- lovers.
Chandler offers a variety of activities, classes, and programs for residents of all ages, at multiple recreation facilities throughout the City. Come visit the Chandler Senior Center or check out the upcoming classes for senior adults in the latest Break Time magazine. You will discover some of the other reasons that Chandler was named one of the "5 Best Places To Live" by AARP magazine.
San Marcos Golf Course is where it all started for Arizona. This 18-hole, 6,626-yard course opened in 1913 and was seeded with Bermuda grass shortly thereafter, making it the first golf course in Arizona with grass greens. Over the decades, presidents, dignitaries, and celebrities have enjoyed the lush setting and challenging play offered at this course. Not your typical desert target-golf course, this lush, green setting makes players from all over the country feel right at home, while giving desert-dwellers an enjoyable reprieve from some of the harsher desert layouts. The course is fair and rather straightforward by nature, but don't approach it with complacency—plenty of trouble awaits as each hole provides an average of three bunkers. The toughest holes on the course happen to be the two longest par-4s: the fourth hole at 482 yards, and the tenth at 454 yards. Though not abundantly, water lurks on several holes, including a lake that comes into view on the eighth hole and another that comes into play on the 13th. The canal that runs across the 1st, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 18th holes can jump up and ruin a good round.
This well-used par-72, 18-hole course in Mesa provides one of the better deals in this part of the Valley. Designed by Red Lawrence and built in 1974, many golfers enjoy this water-in-play course. Three sets of tees with yardage ranging 5,598-6,593 will accommodate players of all skill levels. Rates are seasonal. Enjoy dining in the Ranch House restaurant while you're here.
The Tumbleweed Recreation Center (TRC) is a 62,000 square-foot recreational facility located in Tumbleweed Regional Park. The TRC offers many classes, activities, and special events for all ages. The TRC includes a fitness center, locker rooms, indoor track, gymnasium, two racquetball courts, exercise & dance studios, classrooms, lounges, a computer lab, child watch, and Wi-Fi.