We are excited to announce that we will be holding this years Rules of Golf Workshop completely virtual. You will be able to re-watch at any time from the comfort of your home. The scheduled seminar is set for March 8th. If you wish to attend the live workshop please fill out the survey below. Click HERE for attendance survey.
Please read this update on SCAGA policies and events as related to the COVID-19 virus situation. In light of the national emergency to decrease the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Sun Country Golf House Staff will work in a hybrid mix between working remotely and in the office while practicing CDC guidelines. Our concern is with the health and … Read More
Sam Choi, a sophomore on the University of New Mexico’s men’s golf team, has been named to the 2020 Arnold Palmer Cup International Team. Choi has had a terrific year already notching three top-5 finishes including a win at the John Burns Intercollegiate. The Arnold Palmer Cup is slated for July 3-5, 2020 at Lahinch Golf Club in Ireland. According … Read More
Our very own University of New Mexico Championship Golf Course will play host to the 53rd Pacific Coast Amateur Championship on July 23-26th. The Sun Country team is comprised of UNM Sophomores Sam Choi and Ignacio Arcaya, and Monte Vista Colorado’s Greg Condon, who won our 2019 NM-WT Amateur Championship at Paa-Ko Ridge GC earlier this month. The Sun Country … Read More
At the 2016 Annual Meeting the SCAGA Board of Directors renamed the SCAGA Volunteer of the Year to the Donna Sauve Award. Along with renaming the award after our long time SCAGA and USGA volunteer, Donna Sauve was also honored with this award. Donna has had a great deal of influence in the Sun Country Amateur golf world through her … Read More
Roswell’s Cavan Jones, a local 14-year-old golfer, holds his follow-through after a drive on the driving range at the NMMI golf course. Jones is headed to storied Augusta National after winning first-place in his age division at the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship regional qualifier in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Sept. 10. (AJ Dickman Photo)