Tucked up against Ted Turner's famed Vermejo Park Ranch, the Raton Country Club offers players an unique opportunity to play in one of the truly untouched regions in the country. Depending on the season, wild turkey, bear, deer, elk and more can be viewed from our greens.
The Raton Golf Course is a nine-hole course nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The surrounding scenery includes a gorgeous view of majestic New Mexico mesas and a variety of wildlife on and near the fairways. The Raton Golf Course opened in 1919.
The course features 6116 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 69.6/114 from the women's tees, 65.0/103 from the mid tees and 67.4/111 from the men's tees. This fun, challenging course offers the opportunity to golf 18 holes through the placement of additional tee boxes.
The Raton Country Club is open to the public, no membership is required to play or to join in our tournaments.