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Championship & Executive Hybrid Golf Courses

Alto Lakes Golf & Country Club, located in South Central New Mexico, has boasted an exceptional golf experience for its members and their guests for more than half a century. Our established residential community dwells at the foothills of the Sacramento Mountains, lending to majestic, pine-laden views. The club is comprised of two 18-hole championship golf courses and an 18-hole Executive Hybrid course (no par fives), all three offer different and exciting challenges: Alto Lakes Golf & Country Club, and The Outlaw at Alto Lakes, and Kokopelli at Alto Lakes. The three courses complement each other, providing endless and unforgettable golf adventures. All of our courses are picturesque, with wildlife, including deer, elk, and wild mountain horses. Whether you’re playing for leisure or in one of our club’s Championship events, all three courses certainly show out!

Daily tee times are available for Alto this June & July beginning at 6:30AM until 5:00PM (CLOSED Monday/Tuesday, and for Outlaw from 8:00AM until 5:00PM (CLOSED Wednesday/Thursday). Tee times are accessible through Foretees, in person, or by phone. (Please see Guest rules below.)  Tee times for Kokopelli will be updated soon!

All ALGCC Tournament Portal Foretees 2024 Golf Tournament/Event Calendar

Phone Numbers:         Alto Golf Shop (575) 336-4232           Outlaw Golf Shop (575) 336-3150


 




 
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Tee times are taken two weeks ahead of time and open for reservations at 4:00 PM. Alto Lakes Golf & Country Club is the premier golf destination in the Southwest. From our emerald greens to our professional staff, Alto provides one of the best values in golf anywhere in the world.

Guest Rules

Members are welcome to bring guests to play at any time of the year at both courses, as long as the guest is accompanied by the member. We do not allow unaccompanied guests. Members can fill out a Family Unaccompanied Guest Letter and turn it in to the club office seven (7) days prior to your family arriving. Guest fees will be charged to the member's account. Family Unaccompanied Guests are limited to play after 2:00 PM between Memorial Day and Labor Day inclusive of those weekends; tee times may only be reserved the day before play is desired. 
Dress Code
Collared shirts (mock necks must be 1 inch or longer), and mid-thigh or longer shorts are required for both men and women. "Workout" type clothing, bike shorts, short shorts, or other street clothes are not permitted. Any further questions regarding attire can be answered by the Golf Shop staff at either golf course.
 

MIXED COUPLES GOLF

Mixed Couples is a 9-hole scramble “fun” event designed to mix different members and couples together to get to know each other and have fun in a relaxed environment. This fun scramble happens Thursday afternoons at 4:00PM May through October (check tournament calendar).

Couples are paired with other couples to make 4-person teams in a scramble format. Pairings are made by the Golf Shop prior to shotgun start. There will be front 9 and back 9 flights.
 
COST: $10 per player (includes prize fund and one drink ticket per player).
 
Registration can be done through this link (click below):
Mixed Couples Golf

Alto Lakes Course

Alto Lakes offers both scoring opportunities and challenges. The front nine eases into the round with more of a parkland atmosphere, lending itself to good scores. In addition, there are plenty of challenges along this front nine as bunkers and boundaries come in to play. The back nine lends itself to a little more terrain and more challenging shot making. The green complexes also offer challenging undulations, completing the mountain golf experience. Along the journey, you will enjoy breathtaking views and lots of wildlife.

--BELOW-- Click on Hole# for picture and description

HOLE
Black
Blue
White
Gold
Silver
PAR
Men's Handicap
Women's Handicap
OUT
385
371
312
290
278
505
479
439
400
368
132
126
110
108
90
505
480
452
416
388
175
150
125
125
106
422
387
340
300
306
163
144
144
105
89
405
387
362
320
282
417
400
373
344
306
3109
2924
2657
2408
2213
4
5
3
5
3
4
3
4
4
35
8
6
12
10
18
18
16
12
14
16
4
2
10
14
6
8
2
4

The Outlaw at Alto Lakes

The Outlaw is the younger of the two courses and was added to the club’s resume in 2011. This is generally considered the more challenging of the two courses. Tremendous terrain throughout the layout is the biggest challenge for players, as the distance control can be volatile.  In addition to terrain, The Outlaw course also meanders its way through beautiful native areas with various indigenous vegetation and, yes, plenty of wildlife as well. The green complexes are typically faster than that of Alto Lakes, which can add to the challenge.

--BELOW-- Click on hole# for a picture and description.

HOLE
Black
Blue
White
Gold
PAR
Men's Handicap
Women's Handicap
OUT
370
340
302
271
391
371
342
313
184
166
140
114
414
394
372
302
190
170
160
126
550
523
498
426
363
339
316
281
331
318
268
178
522
508
482
420
3315
3129
2880
2431
4
4
3
4
3
5
4
4
5
36
5
7
9
9
11
15
1
5
7
17
3
1
15
11
13
13
17
3

Golf Shop Merchandise

Alto Lakes Golf & Country Club has Golf Shops at all three clubs: Alto, Outlaw, and Kokopelli.

Alto Location:

Outlaw Location:

Kokopelli Location:  Photos coming soon!

Lightning Alarm

We have installed a Lightning, Tornado, and Severe Storm Prediction System, called Thor Guard. You can visit the individual pages for Alto and Outlaw to see real-time data about the severity of storms, and possibility of lightning strikes, and heat warnings. (You can also find these links in the dropdown menu above.)

Alto     Outlaw



From the ThorGuard Manual:
The severity of storms is determined by the total energy created by the storm itself. This energy is composed of both negative energy (lower cloud based ions) and positive energy (ground based or very high- altitude ions). The attractive structure between these ionized fields results in cloud to ground lightning if the energy levels are sufficient to create the discharge. The general purpose of lightning is to eliminate the build-up of energy and return the atmosphere to a balanced state, or a nice day. Remember, rain can be falling and the clouds look dark, but if that storm has little energy, there will be no lightning. It is also important when looking at radar images that dark red or any color return is an indication of the amount of rain being detected, not an automatic indication of lightning.

On the TG360, the energy being produced by the storm is presented by the force level. The higher the force level over 2.5, the more severe the storm. An average storm with limited lightning may only reach a force level of 4.0. A more intense storm may reach 13. A robust storm with a great deal of lightning can reach 35. A severe storm level can exceed 60. When the 360 exceeds 100, it is obvious your storm is very strong, and may have high winds and very hard rain. If you are watching the thormobile display, a clear indication of the growth of the storm can be seen by the speed of the force upward movement. The definition of “force” is the accumulation of ionized energy, or lack of this energy, in the atmosphere.

If you ever watched the movie karate kid, you probably remember the “wax on – wax off” line. In terms of the 360, energy growth is the “wax on” and the decay of energy which returns to an all clear, safe condition, is “wax off”. there is no longer an all clear countdown from five or ten minutes. when the force level drops below 1.0 (adjustable), the all clear will be issued. due to the very nature of lightning not always being directly beneath a storm cloud, the red alert message will be displayed until the force level of 1.0 is achieved. While it may still be safe to be outdoors at a warning level as a storm approaches, you are not safe when a warning level is achieved after a red alert. The same applies to caution. The TG 360 clears more quickly than any previous thor guard system because we eliminated the “timer”. When measuring the local electrostatic field each second 170,000 times, artificial timer controls are no longer necessary. Lightning strikes are also detected and ranged based on the energy discharges the 360 sees, not on the technology all detection systems employ. This eliminated all false returns. to date, the red alert false alert rates experienced on all of the new 360 systems is virtually zero. The bottom line here is that when the 360 achieves a red alert, believe it. There will be lightning close-by

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