The New Mexico State University Golf Course was designed by Floyd Farley and opened in December 1963.
Regarded as one of the most outstanding facilities in the Southwest, the NMSU Golf Course has played host to 3 NCAA National Championships along with numerous conference and USGA qualifying championships.
Highlighted by beautiful scenery, the 18-hole NMSU Golf Course is framed by the majestic Organ Mountains to the east and the picturesque Mesilla Valley to the west. Measuring over 7000 yards from the "Aggie Tees," the golf course provides a challenge to golfers of all skill levels with a wonderful array of holes ranging in difficulty from the very challenging to those that provide good birdie opportunities. The course offers a unique combination of both traditional and desert golf course features with large greens and generous fairways for the average player.
The management team of the NMSU Golf Course is committed to providing its customers with exceptional playing conditions at affordable prices. Improvements to the golf course and its facilities are done on an annual basis with the most noticeable being the the opening of the new clubhouse in October of 2004. Other recent improvements include new bunkering, new tee boxes, improved practice facilities and concrete cart paths.
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