Prepare to be wowed by Rainmakers, a golfing paradise that’s sure to take your breath away. Designed by none other than the legendary golf course architect Robert Trent Jones II, this championship golf course is an absolute masterpiece.
Nestled in the high mountain walls, it boasts mesmerizing views of meandering arroyos and natural rock outcroppings that frame a panoramic 18-hole journey, making it one of the most sought-after golfing destinations in the Southwest. So if you’re looking to experience a truly unforgettable round of golf, Rainmakers is the place to be!
In 2023, ranked the #1 Private Golf Course in New Mexico & T-#87 in America [Golfweek Magazine]
Indulge in an unparalleled golfing experience amidst breathtaking natural scenery at Rainmakers. The championship golf course spans across acres of protected lands, perfectly reflecting our deep respect for the game and the environment. As avid golfers ourselves, we understand the thrill of chasing the sun down the fairways and soaking in the stunning views with every swing.
Each hole at Rainmakers offers a remarkable variety of four to six tee boxes, catering to golfers of all levels. Come experience the ultimate golfing adventure at Rainmakers, where every game is nothing short of astonishing.
Golfers, get ready to test your skills at one of the most breathtaking courses around! At an impressive 7,110 yards, this course is definitely playable for low handicappers. And the best part? The course is set at an elevation of over 7,000 feet, which not only adds to the challenge but also provides stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
You might even catch a glimpse of some wildlife, including majestic elk, graceful deer, elusive bobcats and even black bears! In fact, the resident elk herd is so healthy that the course has a special local rule allowing golfers to improve their lie if their ball lands in an elk track. So come for the golf, stay for the wildlife, and experience the beauty of this unique course firsthand.
“We developed the golf course with the utmost sensitivity to protecting and enhancing the natural splendor of the site. Our success was confirmed by Audubon International, which named Rainmakers as the first Signature Sanctuary course in New Mexico.” —Robert Trent Jones II