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New Mexico Tech Golf Course

Mission Statement

To promote the facility as an educational and recreational extension of the university by providing a quality, family-oriented environment for recreation, including professional PGA certified instruction and the principles of self-esteem, respect, honesty and integrity.

GOLF DIGEST magazine named us "one of the 10 best public courses in New Mexico, and one of America's 500 best places you can play."

The golf course is an uncrowded 18-hole, championship layout of rolling hills, dramatic elevation changes, and dynamic views of the Rio Grande valley.

The tree-lined fairways serve as the site for the the Socorro Open and Elfego Baca Shoot, on the first week in June and The Annual NMT Presidential Golf Tournament, two of the largest professional and amateur golf tournaments in the Southwest.

We are located 73 miles south of Albuquerque. Take a look at our map to get directions.

 

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