Santa Ana Golf Club

Santa Ana Golf Club is ranked #33 nationwide in Golf Digest's Top 40 Resort Golf courses.

Santa Ana Golf Club is the award winning sister course to Twin Warriors Golf Club. The course is ranked in the prestigious top 100 in the country by both Golf Digest and Golfweek .

The Santa Ana Golf Club is a daily fee golf course - only one fee for the entire day! The golf course offers the glorious natural splendor of the Santa Ana Pueblo. Located north of Albuquerque, NM and woven through the desert along the Rio Grande, it is surrounded by the grandeur of the Jemez Mountains to the west, the Sangre de Cristos to the north, and the Sandia Mountains immediately east, offering a spectacular view of the 10,000-foot Sandia Peak. Native grasses, subtle mounding and eight crystal-blue lakes will inspire and challenge you to play your best.

Two of the Southwest's most prestigious golf facilities beckon you. Play the legend that is Twin Warriors Golf Club and conquer the tribute to tradition that is Santa Ana Golf Club. Both golf courses are ranked within the Top 100 Public Golf Courses by Golf Digest . As sister courses, these two gems offer a rare opportunity to play two of the best while remaining in the desert retreat of Albuquerque.

The people of Santa Ana believe the Twin Warriors showed them the path to the Upper World along the banks of the Rio Grande. Today, this sacred area borders one of the Southwest's finest golf courses. Designed and developed with meticulous care and cultural sensitivity, the Twin Warriors Golf Club offers both the championship golfer and the resort-style golfer a unique high-desert golfing experience.

The Santa Ana Golf Club offers golf the way it was meant to be played. "The New York Times" calls Santa Ana "one of America's three best true links-style golf courses." The course follows in the tradition of golf's first and finest links-style courses and was highly rated by both Golf Week and Golf Digest .

You'll enjoy a 27-hole championship links-style golf course, five sets of tees on every hole, play from 5,500 yards to 7,400 yards (depending on which tee you play from), a 22,000-square-foot Club House, eight lakes, a full-service Pro Shop, excellent practice facilities, hospitality quarters, and a four-star restaurant, a casual bar and grille.

Santa Ana:

Santa Ana Pro Shop has a wide selection of golfing accessories with a unique southwestern flair, low prices, and great service. We carry quality equipment and name brands that golfers reconize like Callaway, Taylor Made, Maxfli, etc.Visit our pro shop and let our trained staff help you with choosing the correct equipment.

Santa Ana:

Our practice facilities offer a variety of ways to improve your game. You can practice your short game at the putting or chipping greens while enjoying spectacular vistas of the Sandia mountains. At the driving range, you can witness a spectacular New Mexican sunset while working on your drives..Come, experience the beauty and play at the Santa Ana Golf Club, It's fun for all ages.

Twin Warriors Golf Club

Ranked the 49th Best Public Golf Course in America by Golf Digest Ranked the 3rd Best Golf Course in New Mexico by Golf Digest Top 75 Golf Resorts In America by Golf Magazine

Twin Warriors Golf Club is eighteen holes of high desert, championship golf routed in and around 20 ancient cultural sites of previous habitation and activity. The course has beautiful grassy knolls and ridges dotted with Juniper and Pinon Pine. Wonderful dry washes known as arroyos and eroded land features, along with the sacred butte known as Tuyuna or "Snakehead" complete a picture framed by spectacular views of the Sandia Mountains.

Architect: Gary Panks

Established: May 2001

Projected Rounds of Play: 35,000/year

Turf Variety: Greens - Dominant Bentgrass (SR 1019 / SR 1020 Blend), Fairways and Tees - Hybrid Bluegrass, Roughs - Bluegrass Fescue

Twin Warriors, Santa Ana and Prairie Star are approximately 25 minutes north of Albuquerque International Airport, 40 minutes south of Santa Fe, New Mexico and 20 minutes from Albuquerque, New Mexico.

From Albuquerque International Airport:

  • Take Sunport Blvd. West to I-25.
  • Go North on I-25 to Exit 242 (Highway 550).
  • Go West (left) on Highway 550 to Tamaya Blvd (approx. 2.5 miles).
  • Go North (right) on Tamaya Blvd. to Tuyuna Trail.

From the North:

  • Go South on I-25.
  • Take Exit 242 (Highway 550) West (right) to Tamaya Blvd.

From the South:

  • Go North on I-25.
  • take Exit 242 (Highway 550) West (left) to Tamaya Blvd.

From the East:

  • Go West on I-40 to I-25.
  • Go North on I-25 to Exit 242 (Highway 550).
  • Go West (left) on Highway 550 to Tamaya Blvd.

From the West:

  • Go East on I-40 to I-25.
  • Go North on I-25 to Exit 242 (Highway550).
  • Go West (left) on Highway 550 to Tamaya Blvd.