Our Community

Welcome home to Gold Canyon, ARIZONA 

Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club

 

Ben Crenshaw "These greens are as good if not better than any I have ever played".

Jack Nicklaus "This is the finest-conditioned golf course I've ever played".

Tom Weiskopf "Of all the majors around the world that I've played in, these are the finest playing surfaces I've ever played on".

Gary Player "These are the best playing conditions the Senior PGA Tour has ever played on".

Lorena Ochoa "The golf course is in great shape, probably the best I've ever seen. The greens are really fast. They are hard...it's a course that you really need to think on strategy".

Annika Sorenstam "This course is in as good shape as I've seen in a golf course. I really mean that. The greens are smooth as I've ever seen, and the fairways-it's just in immaculate shape".

Welcome to a desert resort lifestyle unlike any other, with two Nicklaus designed golf courses, Clubhouse, Sports Club, Golf Shop, Restaurant, Bar and 340 yard practice range.  Our community and club is world-famous for scrupulous attention to design, and distinctive homes and home sites that are artfully matched to the towering natural beauty of the Superstition Mountains that surround us.

Nestled on more that 890 acres in the Valley of the Sun, Superstition Mountain has set the standard for desert living, featuring a compelling mix of a spirited social calendar, premier golf courses, a Tuscan-inspired Clubhouse and a neighborly atmosphere.  It is desert grandeur on a community scale.  Superstition Mountain, which features two Jack Nicklaus-designed golf courses and some the Southwest’s most dramatic scenery, continues to garner design excellence awards for its semi-custom homes and one-of-a-kind lifestyle.

Our residents enjoy desert living at its finest. With year-round golf, heated pools, tennis and walking trails, every day brings new opportunities to enjoy our resort lifestyle.  And with the perfect blend of privacy and community, you will find the peace and quiet you crave, and the life-long friends that make it all that much more worthwhile.

About Our Real Estate

Superstition Mountain Golf and Country Club is a community of 17 villages - each with a unique character and appeal.  Twelve of our villages are comprised of custom homes and homesites, while five feature semi-custom villas.

Our Tuscan, Spanish, Southwest and Mediterranean architectural styles create distinct panoramas that define each village.  Rich materials like mud-set clay roof tiles, stucco, rustic beams, and natural stone pavers make each exterior distinct and welcoming.

Outdoor living revolves around fountain-accented courtyards, desert landscape, outdoor fireplaces... all designed to maximize your enjoyment of the legendary Arizona weather.
 

About Gold Canyon, Arizona

Nestled at the base of the Superstition Mountains just 35 minutes east of Phoenix, Gold Canyon is an upscale community as breathtakingly beautiful as the Sonoran desert that cradles it.  Originally an Apache stronghold, the towering saguaros of Gold Canyon have witnessed the rise of ranchers, the roll of movie cameras, and now, the whoosh of golf balls driven on the ranges of world-class golf resorts.

Just ten minutes from big-city shopping, entertainment and health care, Gold Canyon combines the best of western living.  Quiet streets, luxury neighborhoods, fine dining and premier golf all draw new homeowners from the world over.  Where else can you swim in September, hike canyons year-round, and enjoy over 325 sunny days every year?

We use our best efforts to include accurate and up to date information. However, no warranties or guarantees are given regarding the completeness or accuracy of any information provided, as this information is subject to change at anytime. Neither Superstition Mountain Homes and Land, employees, agents of Ian Smith PLLC or any affiliates will be liable for loss you or others sustain in relying upon this information.
 

Community Links

  1. Worldgolf.com
  2. Golfnow.com
  3. StudiobScottsdale.com
  4. SuperstitionMountainMuseum.org
  5. Golflink.com