I've played top ranked courses everywhere and this one really lives up to its reputation for quality and difficulty. Very friendly staff, and the course is always in excellent shape. A must play course for anyone wanting to golf in New Mexico.
This review is for the restaurant.
HAVE AGAIN: the service was very good. Most enjoyable sitting outside.
NOT HAVE AGAIN: the beef fajita wrap was terrible: the beef was tough with fat and gristle. I had to take out the meat.
As usual, awesome course! The best in the state.
I don't golf, so this review more concerns the clubhouse and golf shop. First, the golf shop seems to have just about everything you'd need for a day on the links. Windbreakers, tees, clubs, whatever you need. If you have a golfer friend or family member, I think the Paa-Ko branded stuff could be a near momento.
The clubhouse offers a limited menu, with beer and wine to boot. To be honest, I wasn't that impressed with either the food or service. It wasn't bad per se, but they weren't on top of it. The place wasn't crowded, and yet it took a long time to get a sandwich out to me. On top of that, the pretzel was still frozen when it did come out.
I am in Albuquerque for work and decided to drive up here Saturday morning to check it out. I decided to hit some balls on the driving range and it was awesome. The course is amazing, the location is at 6,500' up in the mountains. The driving range was beautiful and I had it all to myself, nice little chipping area as well. The pro shop was nice and the staff was friendly. I can't wait to come and play a round here. It's a must see in the ABQ area.