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    Malanquín Country Club
    Road to Celaya (3 kms south of town, just north of Los Frailes)
    Tel: 152-0516 or Tel/Fax:152-6721
    Hours: Tues-Sun 8am – 6 pm, Closed Mondays

    s a 9-hole course that opened in 1970. If you are not a member, you can only tee off after 1 pm on the weekends. The country club also has four clay tennis courts, swimming pool and a driving range. Members of the Country Club also have privileges at Country Club of Quertétaro, the Country Clun of Juriquilla, and the Country Club of Celaya.

    Green Fees for Non-Members:
    9 Holes is 456 pesos.
    Caddie for 9 holes is 80 pesos plus tip or 18 holes for 100 pesos plus tip.
    Electric Cart is 156 pesos for 9 holes, or 240 pesos for 18 holes.


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    11 Responses to “Golf”

    chris Says:

    just wondering if you have another 9 holes and if any homes are built on the course

    michael Says:

    Does anyone know if they rent clubs?

    Leigh B. Braude Says:

    I am a 26 handicap, athletic female 62 years old looking for golfing partners to play some golf from March 24 till March 31. Golf anyone?

    Jim Birckhead Says:

    I will be in SMA April 17-25,looking for someone to golf a game or two with. I’m about a 18 handicap and love the game, but just have fun with it. I hear there is a new course opening this month. Is that true. I also was wondering if I could rent clubs.

    Mike Coker Says:

    I played Malanquin in 2005. 9 holes only. They had rental clubs then but it was a mongrel’s bag – no two clubs alike! The 5 wood was decent so I used it a lot. The course is decent – probably like a typical muni course in the States. If I remember correctly, there is a neat par 3 with a big drop in elevation. I hired a caddie who was ok.
    I keep hearing rumors of a Nicklaus course…

    Mark Du Bois Says:

    I’d like to correct a few errors in the information regarding Club de Golf Malanquin…
    I suggest calling the club for current info regarding when you can play and the current fees.
    If you are a member of the club you not only have privileges at the clubs mentioned, but also at nearly 100 courses throughout Mexico. Some of the best golf in Mexico is available within one hour of San Miguel in Queretaro. One comment that rings very true…Malanquin is one tough golf course! As a former PGA pro, I can attest to the difficulty. A 6 or 7 handicap at Malanquin will regularly beat the pants off of most scratch golfers on their home course!
    The caddy fees quoted are for a “B” caddy and the fee does not include a tip which should be 40 to 50 pesos. “A” caddies are around $200 pesos including a tip. “C” caddies are inexperienced for the most part (mostly kids working week-ends and after school) and are about $100 pesos including a tip.
    Forget the Nicklaus course…it’s not happening, but Ventanas de San Miguel is, and it’s just on the north edge of town. Should be open soon. Ask at their office in town.

    chris white Says:

    How much is a yearly or 6 month membership.

    kenan oldham Says:

    I never saw a response concerning a new golf club in SMA. Isn’t there one out on the road to Las Grutas( At that intersection?) Thanks for your reply.
    Kenan

    john Says:

    just considering retirement in / near SMA…i’m a golfer. am i understanding correctly that 9 holes of golf would cost me about $45usd excluding caddie’s fees? i currently live in socal, and i guess i’ve been spoiled when it comes to being able to find (reasonably) affordable courses.

    rossana Says:

    Hey Guys
    I just won a free week end stay at Ventana golf included..somebody is interested in buying it …even for half price I am not a golf player ( the value in the coupon is 1000 usd )
    rosros73@hotmail.com

    mark burke Says:

    hullo, I am in town untill april 2012 and am looking for somone to play golf with ,I am a 60 year old australian male?

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