Like all small cities, Santa Fe has a wide variety of golf course, from public to exclusive.
Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe
205 Caja del Rio, at the intersection with NM Highway 599
Open every day year-round
18-hole course: non-residents $49, New Mexico residents $29, Santa Fe residents $19;
9-hole course: non-residents $17, New Mexico residents $12 ($14 weekends), Santa Fe residents $10 ($12 weekends);
cart rental: $11 for electric, $4 for pull carts;
golf club rental: $20
Major credit cards and New Mexico checks accepted.
This is a city-owned public facility featuring both an 18-hole and a 9-hole course. Tee times may be reserved as much as one week in advance. Services include two putting and pitching greens, a practice sandbunker, a driving range, a pro shop, instruction, and a restaurant and food-and-beverage cart on the course.
Pueblo de Cochiti
5200 Cochiti Highway, south of Santa Fe
Open from dawn to dusk every day year-round
Fees: $25 weekdays, $32 weekends (reduced November-March);
cart rental: $11 for gas-powered, $5 for pull carts;
golf club rental $15 or $30. MasterCard, Visa and Discover cards
accepted. No checks.
This is an 18-hole Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed public course, on Cochiti Indian Reservation land. Tee times may be reserved as much as one week in advance. Services include a clubhouse, a driving range, a short practice area, and a snack bar and beer.
Santa Fe Country Club
Airport Road and NM Highway 599. (505) 471-0601
Open all year except in January, from dawn to dusk. Mondays are reserved for tournament play only.
Fees: New Mexico residents: $25 on weekdays, $35 on weekends;
non-New Mexico residents: $55;
electric cart rental: $22;
golf club rental: $15. MasterCard, Visa, American Express cards accepted, as well as checks.
Opened more than half a century ago, this is Santa Fe’s oldest golf course. Tee times can be reserved as much as one week in advance. Services include a driving range, a short game practice area, a putting green and a snack bar, grill and on-course food cart. The restaurant is for country club members only.
132 Clubhouse Drive in Las Campanas
Open from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week
Electric carts rent for $16. MasterCard, Visa and American
Express are accepted, but checks are not.
The upscale Las Campanas residential enclave just north of Santa Fe features two Jack Nicklaus-designed, private, 18-hole courses. Residents and their guests may reserve tee times as much as one week in advance. Services include three practice greens and bunkers, a driving range, instruction, and a full restaurant and deli.
3101 Old Pecos Trail, (505) 986-2255 or (505) 986-2200 (for memberships)
Open March through November, from 7 a.m. till 7 p.m. May through September, and 8 a.m. till 6 p.m. March, April, October and November
Fees: $30 for 9 holes, $60 for 18 holes (includes an electric cart);
golf club rental: $20. MasterCard, Visa and American Express cards accepted, no checks.
This private, nine-hole course, close to downtown Santa Fe, is located within the Quail Run residential enclave, and is open to members and their guests, as well as members of some country clubs outside the Santa Fe area. Tee times may be reserved as much as one week in advance. Services include a putting and chipping green, a short game teaching area, and a restaurant in the clubhouse.