Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club
March 13, 2023
When your club’s name is shared with legendary landmarks you also need gifts and awards that live up to it. Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club, named after the nearby Arizona mountain range, turned to Malcolm DeMille for help creating a suite of gifts and awards for their events. The relationship started with flight winner money clips featuring a landscape-oriented top showing the club’s logo in black epoxy. The top was then affixed to the Malcolm DeMille large stainless-steel finding, which provides the money clip with a size, weight, and durability that is incomparable.
Next, Superstition Mountain was in search of a trophy that was lustrous, modern and would allow the iconic mountain logo to hold its own for the Ladies Member-Member. With this in mind, Malcolm DeMille knew our popular trophy trays fit the bill. The team at Superstition Mountain G & CC chose our 13” square stainless-steel trays adorned with a satin bronze casting of their mountain logo and engraved with the event details, providing highly sought-after awards for the Ladies to strive for.
The newest addition to Superstition Mountain’s gifts and awards is a realistic sculpture of the eye-catching mountain to which the club owes its namesake. Malcolm DeMille’s detailed rendering of the mountain is cast in antique bronze and stands at a substantial 12 ¾” x 9 ¾” x 6” tall. Superstition Mountain G & CC will utilize this amazing trophy for two events. To distinguish between the two, the name plate on the trophy will change to showcase each event’s logo and event name. The first event using the award was “The Legend.” On event day, the beautiful trophy stood its own against the picturesque scene at Superstition Mountain.
Malcolm DeMille is proud of this newest piece of art and would like to thank the Superstition Mountain Staff for believing and trusting our team to create a legendary trophy, stunning awards, and memorable gifts for their events. Visit our Instagram page @MDSculpt to see a 360-degree view of the truly dynamic Superstition Mountain trophy created by Malcolm DeMille.