Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort and Casino
About Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort and CasinoThe Inn of the Mountain Gods, the only AAA four diamond-rated resort in southern New Mexico, is situated high in the cool climate and tall pines of the Sierra Blanca range in the Sacramento Mountains. With 273 luxury rooms and suites in Mescalero, the tribal-owned inn features numerous dining options; 38,000 square feet of action-packed gaming; a comedy club, a championship golf course, Top Golf Swing Suite, a spa and the country’s southernmost ski area, Ski Apache, offering the best warm-weather powder skiing in the world with 55 runs served by 11 lifts and New Mexico’s only eight-passenger Gondola. Recreational activities and amenities include a boat dock for kayak and paddle-boarding rentals, Apache Eagle Zipline, bike rentals, batting cages, fishing, skeet shooting, disc golf and horseback riding.
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Course was in great shape. Greens were on last bit of recovery from being punched so putting was somewhat challenging. The carts definitely need replacing or at the very least a lot of maintenance. My cart brake would not lock, a bit challenging when on a hill, which most of the course is. Overall was great and staff, what there was, very accommodating.
Beautiful but disappointing
No scorecard, no ice chest, divots everywhere and no cart service. It’s such a beautiful place but sadly not taken care of or serviced.
If you’re going to have aerated greens, at least inform people before they book a tee time, or at the very least give a discount for green fees since you can’t putt on them.
Course was in great shape but I had no warning in advance that they punched the greens (aeration) the afternoon before so the greens were terrible. I would not have played if I knew beforehand.
Locals are very loud and drunk.
Been playing here for long time, but staff , service, and facilities are getting worse.
From first hole group ahead of us supposedly staff of the golf course had there day off completely drunk from first hole getting in confrontation with us and other golfers, and playing slowest golf holding us other golfers behind us, keep trying to call the club house but busy signal, On Top of that Marshall did not show for entire 18 hole we played.
For the amount they charge to play it’s not worth it.
Had me wanting to come back for more
This course was AMAZING!!! What a challenge it was but well worth it. Only issue was a tournament was rescheduled for that day that we where not aware of so we got the first 9 holes before the tournament started so we left. Will be back.
Spactular mountain course
Great course but had to play back 9 twice due to punching. Golf now needs to let that be known at time of booking.
Front nine supposed to be signature holes and it was closed.”
Make the tee time
Nice course really enjoy playing it, however is is kind of cost but you do get what you pay for
Greens are almost back to 100%.
Finally have a normal monsoon season this summer. Good rainfall has given the course what it’s needed for a long time. Greens are in great shape over what they were the last two summers. Conditions made it worth cartpath only rules that were in effect the day we played the Inn.
Beautiful Mountain view
Course in much better shape than last year, the greens have healed. Enjoyed our round of golf but no where to get a drink or food
$109 was $65
Expensive up 50% over last time
No one returns calls
No help at course or resort
Couldn’t get anyone to answer
But they wanted to charge me for a no show AFTER I CALLED TEN TIMES as they asked me to
No food available without hour wait
Beautiful place that needs to hire some help
Love this place but won’t be back