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Alaska Golf Courses

Some people collect spoons or shot glasses when they go on vacation, while others play a round of golf at every place they visit. If you look at a huge frontier and think that it is just begging for a long fairway, Alaska will not disappoint. There are several good golf courses located around the state, many with picturesque views of the surrounding mountains. Granted, the golf playing season here is pretty short, but that’s all the more reason to tee off during the long summer days (and even nights). These courses come with the Alaska version of quirky hazards, too—as in, don’t be alarmed if a moose shows up on the green.

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Season: Open as soon as Mother Nature allows $20+ 9 holes

When is a golf course more than a golf course? When it’s the 9‑hole, par‑3 golf course in Homer, Alas­ka. Sure, you can play a round on this scenic course— it’s the last golf course in Amer­i­ca at the end of the road”, and the only golf course in Homer, Alas­ka —but it’s also a great spot to just relax with a beer or a glass of wine. Enjoy the breath­tak­ing views of Kachemak Bay and Grew­ingk Glac­i­er, all while enjoy­ing tem­per­a­tures that are  ...more

Season: June 1 - Sept 24 $94.95, including transportation to/from your hotel 3.5 hrs

Imag­ine tee­ing off under the mid­night sun, sur­round­ed by the Alaskan wild. The relax­ing envi­ron­ment, fresh moun­tain air, and spec­tac­u­lar panoram­ic scenery make play­ing Black Dia­mond’s nine-hole golf course a once-in-a-life­time oppor­tu­ni­ty. This course was built in 1995, right on top of the Alaskan tun­dra. The rugged grass is chal­leng­ing, but designed for easy dri­ving (via pow­er cart) or walk­ing. Haz­ards include moose-hoof prints, tun­dra marsh,  ...more

Open from May to Sep­tem­ber, this is the only golf course on the island. This nine-hole course fea­tures a full ser­vice pro shop and dri­ving range; it’s oper­at­ed by the U.S. Coast Guard but open to pub­lic. The course opens ear­ly and clos­es two hours before sun­set,” which means you’ll have the oppor­tu­ni­ty for some late rounds dur­ing sum­mer sol­stice! http://​www​.kodi​akmwr​.com/​g​o​l​f​.​shtml

It’s a golfer­’s dream: Hit­ting a straight tee shot down a lush green fair­way, with snow-capped peaks climb­ing high around you. This pub­lic course makes it come true, com­bin­ing stun­ning scenery with chal­leng­ing golf. As you play, you’ll take in views of the Chugach Moun­tains, Mt. McKin­ley, Cook Inlet, and the Anchor­age sky­line. But don’t get too dis­tract­ed: the 6,600-yard course, designed by renowned archi­tect Bill New­comb, includes blind tee…  ...more

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