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Featured on Golf Life and Fox Sports television networks, Santa Fe’s finest municipal golf course offers golfers of all ages breathtaking 360-degree panoramic mountain views that surround the Sangre de Cristos, Jemez, Ortiz and Sandia mountains, scenic high-desert landscape, exclusive low rates and full-service amenities. Partake in the championship 18-hole course, 35-station all-grass driving range, practice greens, putting area and an executive par-3 course ranked “Top Three Big Little Courses in the US” by Travel + Leisure magazine.

Upcoming Events @ Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe

Santa Fe Things to Do | Traditional Spanish Market
Spanish Market Santa Fe Flamenco Dancers

¡Una Vuelta a la Tradición! A Return to Tradition |  After a year’s hiatus due to COVID,  the Spanish Colonial Arts Society invites visitors to “Celebrate a Return to Tradition” at the 69th Traditional Spanish Market, July 24 and 25, 2021, on the Santa Fe Plaza! This year you can visit with nearly 100 of your favorite artists, enjoy festive music, a colorful mass and procession, and a joyful gathering of friends and neighbors. You can expect to see traditional … Read More

The Lord of Cries | Santa Fe Opera

You have been asked once. He lands tonight, on his ship of ghosts, under the scudding skies. His high, thin voice – ecstasy and ruin! Dracul, Dracula: the Lord of Cries! Deny him not his place. The Santa Fe Opera’s 17th world premiere, The Lord of Cries by composer John Corigliano and librettist Mark Adamo, is an exciting new work based on the intersection of two classics of Western literature, The Bacchae by Euripides and Dracula by Bram Stoker. Separated by 24 centuries, The Bacchae and Dracula tell virtually … Read More

Unattended Campfires Can Start Forest Fires
forest fire santa fe national forest

Unattended and abandoned campfires on the Pecos/Las Vegas Ranger District of the Santa Fe National Forest can cause a major headache for fire crews. As the New Mexico fire season gets underway, it’s important to remember that unattended campfires are the leading human cause of wildfire. Visitors to national forests are asked to follow campfire safety procedures to prevent wildfire and ensure public safety. Bring a shovel and plenty of water to make sure you can put your campfire completely out. Build … Read More