Alaska Golf Information
The greens in Anchorage, the Matanuska-Susitna Valley, Kenai
Peninsula, Fairbanks and Kodiak attract a growing number of
golfers. Moose, caribou, black bears, fox, lynx, rabbits,
eagles and even Dall sheep are known to wander onto the greens,
much to the delight of golfers who pack a camera in with their
golf clubs. Golfers in Alaska
say the wildlife is more of an attraction than a nuisance.
The use of Yellow and Orange balls is recommended to help
with the visibility due to light frost or snow.
Golf continues to grow in popularity in Alaska.
For a state that does not have an ideal golf climate the golfers
in Alaska are among the most dedicated in
the country. We have broken Alaska down into 3 main top golf
regions, Anchorage Area golf courses, Juneau
Area golf courses and Fairbanks Area golf
Use our Alaska Public Golf Course Directory
to find information on the Top Public Golf Courses
Alaska has to offer. Our directory provides course
descriptions, course features, phone numbers, directions,
pictures and directs links to the individual golf