June 16-20, 2019
Sandia Golf Club - 30 Rainbow Rd. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113
Santa Ana Golf - 288 Prairie Star Road, Santa Ana Pueblo, NM 87004
University of New Mexico Championship Course - 3601 University SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106
54-Hole Scratch Play (Competitors in age divisions 90 and older will play 9 holes per day, competing for 27 total holes).
2019 Participant List: Please Click Here
Practice Round Info:
Golfers must call the course they are competing at and set their own tee-times for the practice round. Please Note: the courses will not begin accepting calls for tee-times for the practice round until June 1. Additionally, the practice round is free and included in the registration fees already paid by the athletes.
Golfers must provide their own clubs and equipment or rent from the club where they are competing.
Santa Ana Golf Course Info:
Tamaya & Cheena courses to be used for competition (Star course will NOT be used)
SANTA ANA GOLF CLUB
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, a 22,000-square-foot Club House, eight lakes, full-service Pro Shop, practice facilities, hospitality quarters, four-star restaurant, and casual bar and grille.
SANDIA GOLF CLUB
The Par 72 Championship Course stretches from 5,113 to 7,752 yards and will challenge and delight golfers of all skill levels with a memorable layout routed through the rugged high desert landscape featuring 48 strategically placed bunkers, challenging green complexes and panoramic views of the Sandia Mountains and greater Albuquerque area. The property is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, approximately 10 miles north of downtown along Interstate 25 at the Tramway exit.
UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF COURSE
Located south of the University near the Albuquerque International airport, the Championship Course commands a panoramic view of the city and the surrounding Rio Grande Valley. The course offers five sets of tee markers to challenge and enhance the enjoyment of any golfer. The setting offers a nice reprise from the desert commonly found in the southwest and the rolling terrain is superb for enjoying various golf shots. The course rests on the side of a hill and features tree lined fairways. Despite the rolling terrain, the course is walker friendly and features greens that finish near the next tee. It has been ranked among the Top 25 public golf courses in the nation by Golf Digest magazine and has hosted several major tournaments, including PGA and LPGA qualifying events.