This private club is one of the top-rated courses in the area. With an impressive layout, challenging course, as well as ... More
Chamisa Hills Country Club
This private club is one of the top-rated courses in the area. With an impressive layout, challenging course, as well as tennis and banquet facilities, it is an experience in itself. It also has opened the Trevino nine-hole course to the public, and at present, 27 of the club's 36 holes are open at select hours. The course surrounds several lakes, and has a number of major elevation changes. The Sandia Mountains offer a beautiful backdrop from at least a third of the tee boxes and the New Mexico climate makes year-round golf possible.
What a great place for a wedding! The place was beautifully decorated, and the outdoor ceremony was lovely... our guests were very happy. The views were spectacular. We came home with so many wonderful pictures of our wedding!
coming from ny, where club memberships are 6 figures, this club is right on par with the rates. i have spent 2 summers poolside and love the staff.the food surpasses what we expected and the community here in high resort, love it's presence.
i had my wedding there and the staff were rude spilled food on my guest served warm champagne to every one and 30 min before the ceremony they then told us they did not provide chairs. Terri the person that runs the area was rude and could never remember when my wedding was. it was awful. i hope no one ever has to deal with those people. THEY DON'T CARE!!!!!!
We went as guests thinking we might join. The staff was rude, the golf course was in TERRIBLE condition, and after looking at the swimming pool and tennis courts, we decided public courses, pools and courts are worth the crowded conditions. You would think, with the rates they charge, they could keep the greens up and hire people with a pleasant attitude.
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