Test your skills and enjoy a golf getaway when you visit Farmington! With some of the most beautiful courses in New Mexico, and the Southwest, Farmington offers golfers a variety of courses to play.
The gem of the Four Corners region is Pinon Hills. This multi-tee, public golf course has received national attention from Golf Magazine and Golf Digest and continues to be recognized as one of the top municipal courses in the United States. Other courses in the area include Civitan Golf Course, Riverview Golf Course and Hidden Valley Golf Course. The San Juan Country Club course is a private regulation 18-hole course that hosts the annual San Juan Open.
Amongst these courses you're sure to find a course that challenges you and leaves your swing in better shape than when you arrived! We even have courses to please you if you are interested in Footgolf or Disc Golf.
2200 N. Dustin, Farmington, NM 87401
Civitan Municipal Golf Course is a Par 3 course. A local favorite, this golf course is centrally located within Farmington. A Footgolf Course is also onsite.
221 Highway 511 Blanco, NM
Enjoy a day of catch and release fly fishing along this privately owned section of the San Juan River. Make time to explore the disc golf course and art gallery!
2101 Sunrise Parkway, Farmington, NM 87401
Pinon Hills Municipal Golf Course is a must for any golfer. This scenic course was voted the 2018 best course in New Mexico by Golf Advisor, has been ranked one of the top Municipal Golf Courses in the United States and is a favorite for regional golfers. Test your skills at this high-desert oasis and discover what all the buzz is about!
5775 Country Club Dr. Farmington, NM 87402
Home of the San Juan Open, this exceptionally challenging eighteen-hole golf course is complete with driving range and practice greens.
#29 Rd 3025, Aztec, NM 87410
The Aztec Municipal Golf Course, formerly known as the Hidden Valley Golf Course, is a regulation 18-hole course.
#64 CR. 6520, Kirtland, NM 87417
Riverview Golf Course is a regulation 18-hole course in Kirtland, New Mexico.