There's a reason Santa Ana Golf Club has been featured by such prestigious publications as Golf Digest, Golf Magazine and the New York Times. It's the same reason that officials tapped Santa Ana as the venue for the 2009 PGA Professional National Championship, and there's a reason it is part of My New Mexico Golf, two of the most celebrated golf facilities in the Southwest. The reason is that Santa Ana Golf Club is a gem of a course. The Santa Ana Golf Club offers golf the way it was meant to be played. "The New York Times" calls Santa Ana "one of America's three best true links-style golf courses." The course follows in the tradition of golf's first and finest links-style courses and was highly rated by both Golf Week and Golf Digest. You'll enjoy a 27-hole championship links-style golf course, five sets of tees on every hole, play from 5,500 yards to 7,400 yards (depending on which tee you play from), a 22,000-square-foot Club House, eight lakes, a full-service Pro Shop, excellent practice facilities, hospitality quarters, and a four-star restaurant, a casual bar and grille.