Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort Championship Golf Course
***COURSE CLOSED FOR THE WINTER***
Experience New Mexico golf at its finest on one of the most spectacular golf courses in the country. Nestled among tall pine trees under the majestic Sierra Blanca Peak is the impressive Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort Championship Golf Course. Designed by Ted Robinson, this New Mexico Golf course features an island fairway as well as fast breaking greens that are not only beautiful to see, but also quite challenging to play. Come see why our Championship Golf Course recently garnered a top spot in Golf Digest’s “Top 40 Casino Golf Courses” ranking (Rated 23rd)!
“One of the top 50 golf courses nationally.”
- Golf Week Magazine
“The most underrated golf course in the southwest.”
- Travel and Leisure
“Rated 23rd out of Top 40 Casino Golf Courses.”
- Golf Digest
To book a tee time, please call (800) 545-9011 or click the button below
For our current golf rates, click here.
Hotel guests can make tee times three months in advance. Non-Guests can reserve tee times up to two weeks in advance. All cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance.
Things to Know
This New Mexico Golf Course requires all players to wear collared shirts, soft-spike or spikeless shoes and does not allow cutoffs on the course.
Dates of Operation
Golf course is closed. Expected opening date is April 2014.
Head Golf Professional: Daniel Nunez
Golf Course Superintendent: Frizzell J. Frizzell Sr.
Type of Facility: Public Resort
Season: Year-round (subject to weather)
Inn of the Mountain Gods Designed by Ted Robinson, this New Mexico Golf course features an island fairway and fast breaking greens that are not only beautiful to see, but also quite challenging to play.
Championship Golf Course
Black: 7212 yards -- 72.6/132
Blue: 6732 yards -- 70.5/128
White: 6356 yards -- M: 68.7/124 -- L:74.8/137
Red: 5522 yards -- 70.3/127
Explore our course map and hole-by-hole overview.
Hole #1 Par: 5
Mens Handicap: 7 Ladies Handicap: 1
Black: 535 yards Blue: 519 yards
White: 509 yards Red: 449 yards
The ideal first shot on this uphill par 5 is a 270 yard drive from the Blue tees. A second shot of approximately 165 yards, will leave a 100 yard third shot to the two-tiered green. Stay below the pin – this green is fast green when putting downhill.
Hole #2 Par: 4
Mens Handicap: 1 Ladies Handicap: 5
Black: 442 yards Blue: 433 yards
White: 416 yards Red: 354 yards
An ideal first shot on this downhill par 4 is a right to left drive of approximately 240 yards. If you're brave challenge the narrow dog leg and two trees in the middle of the fairway. Navigate around the trees with an uphill second shot of approximately 190 yards. The fast green green features a top to bottom slope with sand on the left side of the green. Stay below the pin.
Hole #3 Par: 4
Mens Handicap: 11 Ladies Handicap: 13
Black: 343 yards Blue: 333 yards
White: 323 yards Red: 251 yards
This short par 4 features trees in the middle of the fairway. Navigate the tee shot left of the trees approximately 233 yards. This leaves a 100 yard shot to the green. Stay below the pin as the green is fast green when putting downhill.
Hole #4 Par: 4
Mens Handicap: 9 Ladies Handicap: 7
Black: 409 yards Blue: 392 yards
White: 375 yards Red: 341 yards
This uphill par 4 features a tree lined fairway. A drive longer than 260 yards puts the trees in the narrow part of the fairway into play. Navigate bunkers on both sides of the green on a second shot of approximately 130 yards. Stay below the pin, this green is fast when putting downhill.
Hole #5 Par: 3
Mens Handicap: 17 Ladies Handicap: 17
Black: 229 yards Blue: 196 yards
White: 174 yards Red: 126 yards
The green on this par 3 is guarded by water on the left and sand on the right. Putting on this green can be trick with slow downhill putts.
Hole #6 Par: 4
Mens Handicap: 13 Ladies Handicap: 11
Black: 377 yards Blue: 352 yards
White: 338 yards Red: 301 yards
Wind swirls on this short par 4 that plays approximately 350 yards. An uphill tee shot leaves you about 100 yards to a wide green protected by front-right and back-left bunkers.
Hole #7 Par: 4
Mens Handicap: 3 Ladies Handicap: 9
Black: 453 yards Blue: 384 yards
White: 365 yards Red: 310 yards
This uphill par 4 is tough off the tee, a bunker protects the right side of the sloping left to right fairway. A good tee shot leaves a shot of approximately 130 yards to a two-tiered green protected a bunker on the left and large trees on the right.
Hole #8 Par: 3
Mens Handicap: 15 Ladies Handicap: 15
Black: 235 yards Blue: 226 yards
White: 205 yards Red: 173 yards
This scenic, downhill par 3 drops in elevation approximately 200 ft. to a green protected with bunkers on the left, right and back. Choose your club wisely as the elevation drop will accommodate a one to two club difference. The green also plays slow coming down the hill.
Hole #9 Par: 5
Mens Handicap: 5 Ladies Handicap: 3
Black: 581 yards Blue: 557 yards
White: 530 yards Red: 447 yards
Shape your tee shot left to right to avoid a fairway bunker located approximately 280 yards from the tee on this downhill, dogleg left par 5. A 230 yard second shot leaves approximately 100 yards to a green with bunkers on the right and left. The two-tiered green breaks against the common slope break of the course.
Hole #10 Par: 4
Mens Handicap: 8 Ladies Handicap: 10
Black: 354 yards Blue: 332 yards
White: 297 yards Red: 283 yards
It's risk and reward on this short par 4. Lay up on the island, approximately 170 yards leaving a second shote of approximately 140 yards of the water to the green. Or, drive over the lake to a distance of 280 yards (all carry). The green is protected by bunkers on the left and right.
Hole #11 Par: 5
Mens Handicap: 14 Ladies Handicap: 4
Black: 494 yards Blue: 488 yards
White: 483 yards Red: 432 yards
The downhill tee shot on this par 5 is protected by a bunker on the left and trees on the right. A good tee shot leaves a second shot of approximately 240 yards to the green. The two-tiered green is protected by bunkers on the left and right. Great opportunity for eagle!
Hole #12 Par: 3
Mens Handicap: 4 Ladies Handicap: 14
Black: 216 yards Blue: 197 yards
White: 171 yards Red: 114 yards
The green on this par three is protected by water in front and back and a bunker on the left. The best option is a straight ball or slight favor of the right side of the green. Take stock of the breeze before selecting your club.
Hole #13 Par: 4
Mens Handicap: 12 Ladies Handicap: 6
Black: 419 yards Blue: 409 yards
White: 384 yards Red: 357 yards
This par 4 generally plays into the prevailing breeze. The bunker on the left side of this wide fairway can come into play on the tee shot. A good tee shot will leave a 150 yard shot to a green protected by a front, right bunker.
Hole #14 Par: 5
Mens Handicap: 6 Ladies Handicap: 2
Black: 548 yards Blue: 518 yards
White: 500 yards Red: 491 yards
This double dogleg is the toughest par 5 on the course. A first shot, dogleg left of approximately 240 yards will avoid the trees lining both sides of the fairway. The second shot is usually a dogleg right, lay-up of approximately 175 yards. This leaves a 100 yard shot to a two-tiered green protected by bunkers on the left and right. Stay below the pin as this green is fast when putting downhill.
Hole #15 Par: 4
Mens Handicap: 16 Ladies Handicap: 16
Black: 474 yards Blue: 393 yards
White: 368 yards Red: 306 yards
Shape your tee shot from right to left to avoid the trees on this dogleg left par 4. A good tee shot leaves a shot of approximately 130 yards to a green protected by bunkers on the left, right and back.
Hole #16 Par: 4
Mens Handicap: 18 Ladies Handicap: 18
Black: 380 yards Blue: 370 yards
White: 346 yards Red: 310 yards
This short par 4 is protected by large pine trees on both sided of the fairway. A tee shot of approximately 240 yards will avoid the pine trees and setup a short iron shot to the green. The green is protected by bunkers on the left and right side.
Hole #17 Par: 4
Mens Handicap: 2 Ladies Handicap: 8
Black: 445 yards Blue: 408 yards
White: 382 yards Red: 347 yards
The tee shot on this long par 4 is protected by a lone pine in the middle of the fairway. Navigate left or right of the tree for a shot of approximately 150 yards to a green protected by left and right bunkers. Stay below the pin, this green is fast when putting downhill.
Hole #18 Par: 3
Mens Handicap: 10 Ladies Handicap: 12
Black: 272 yards Blue: 225 yards
White: 190 yards Red: 130 yards
The 18th is the toughest par 3 on the course. Players are forced to carry over the water to a green protected by left and right bunkers. There are very subtle breaks on this green making it very difficult to read.