Alaska is a great place to go golfing! In a state with so much nature and wilderness, and so many natural variations in the landscape, it's not hard at all to find an excellent place to golf. Visitors to Alaska who enjoy golf will often choose at least one golf course to see before leaving the state. People who live in Alaska have their choice of many courses. Whether you're looking for a course that's untamed and unpredictable, or a golf course that is manicured and well-planned, Alaska has a little something for every golfer.
Anchorage Golf Course
Anchorage Golf Course offers golfers a truly unique experience. Located on a hillside in Anchorage, the Anchorage Golf Course provides beautiful views and an opportunity to see a variety of different animals wandering through their natural habitat. With a challenging layout in a serene setting, this golf course is more than the sum of its parts. For many golfers, this course transcends to something deeper and more meaningful. In summer, the golf course hours go late into the night for anyone who enjoys late-night golfing.
Moose Run Golf Course
Moose Run Golf Course is known as the northernmost golf facility of its type in the United States. With 36 holes, Moose Run is known as an excellent facility for beginners as well as advanced players. Moose Run consists of two courses: Hill Course and Creek Course. Hill Course is a good learning course, though it can also be challenging and enjoyable for players with more experience. Creek Course is known to have beautiful views and a lot of wildlife.
Valley of the Eagles Golf
Valley of the Eagles Golf is situated along the Chilkat River. With amazing views of the water, this par-36 golf course isn't as new or well-maintained as some other golf courses, but golfers agree that the views and setting make this golf club one of the best. Golfers also comment that the owners of the Valley of the Eagles are particularly fun to talk to.
Settlers Bay Golf Course
Settlers Bay Golf Course, which was voted the best golf course in the valley by locals in 2016, 2018 and 2019, clearly has a lot going for it. With a first-rate restaurant called the Albatross and a clubhouse made from timber frame, Settlers Bay Golf Course is a perfect place to spend an afternoon in Wasilla. The Albatross Restaurant is well suited for a pleasant supper after golfing all day.