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Twin Warriors Golf Club

EGSA’s Spring Golf Tournament will be held at New Mexico’s premier golf course, winner of the “Best Of The City Award” for five consecutive years. Twin Warriors Golf Club, located at the EGSA Spring Conference hotel, the Hyatt Regency Tamaya, is one of two courses that make up My New Mexico Golf, one of the most prestigious golf groups in the Southwest. It has garnered numerous awards since opening in 1991.

The people of Santa Ana believe the Twin Warriors showed them the path to the Upper World along the banks of the Rio Grande. Today, this sacred area borders one of the Southwest's finest golf courses. Designed and developed with meticulous care and cultural sensitivity, the Twin Warriors Golf Club offers both the championship golfer and the resort-style golfer a unique high-desert golfing experience.

Twin Warriors Golf Club is eighteen holes of high desert, championship golf routed in and around 20 ancient cultural sites of previous habitation and activity. The course has beautiful grassy knolls and ridges dotted with Juniper and Pinon Pine. Wonderful dry washes known as arroyos and eroded land features, along with the sacred butte known as Tuyuna or "Snakehead" complete a picture framed by spectacular views of the Sandia Mountains.

Winding through the sacred lands of the Tamayame (people of Tamaya) and 20 ancient cultural sites, Twin Warriors Golf Club at Hyatt Regency Tamaya boasts 18 holes of high desert, championship golf. Designed by Gary Panks to preserve the land and its cultural spirit, this Santa Fe area golf course features beautiful grassy mounds and ridges dotted with juniper and piñon pines along with the sacred mesa known as Tuyuna.

Costs:

Greens Fees $165.00 (includes box lunch)
Rental Clubs $63.75
One Mulligan $5.00
Three Mulligans $12.00 

Make sure to stop by the EGSA Registration Desk on Sunday, March 18 anytime from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm, where the list of foursome pairings for the tournament will be posted. All requested changes to the pairings must be made by 6:00 pm on Sunday. At that time, the final pairings will be submitted to the golf course and we cannot guarantee changes can be made after that time.