Sunland Springs Golf Course, in Mesa, Arizona is a 27-hole executive golf course located in the shadows of the Superstition Mountains. If you're looking to refine your game, or work on specific shots, this is a great course to play. With three separate 18s, these shorter desert-style holes designed by Jeff Hardin in 1997 offer a forgiving layout while not sacrificing any of the fun. A 4,732-yard, par-65 is the longest playing course, combining the Superstition Par-32 and the San Tan Par-33. There's plenty of birdie opportunities to be made even though there's only two sets of tees on each hole. The practice area at Sunland Springs Golf Club has a completely natural grass driving range, chipping area and two putting greens. There's plenty of food options at the counter service while making the turn or there's sit-down dining after you play.