The Anchorage Golf Course overlooks the Anchorage bowl with great views of Cook Inlet and Denali. Visitors have the change to see some of Alaska’s wildlife including moose, fox, waterfowl, and the occasional bear. The layout of the Anchorage Golf Course is as challenging as it is beautiful; 6,600 yards of rolling, tree-lined fairways lead to well-guarded, undulating greens.
Anchorage Golf Course offers a truly unique golf experience. Summer play can range from as early as 5:00 am to well after midnight. The beauty of the course is second to none. Located on the hillside overlooking Anchorage, the course offers a view of three separate mountain ranges. World famous Denali, the tallest mountain in North America, can be seen on a clear day from many vantage points on the course.
The Anchorage Golf Course located on the lower hillside of South Anchorage, is a 6600 yard, public 18-hole course. Designed by renowned golf course architect, Bill Newcomb, the course is framed by the magnificent views of the Chugach Mountain Range, the Anchorage city skyline, Cook Inlet, and Mt. McKinley.The golf season at Anchorage Golf Course runs from May to mid-October.
Golf course in Wasilla, Alaska
Settlers Bay Golf Course features an 18 hole championship golf course nestled in the heart of Alaska’s only residential golf community. Located just eight miles west of Wasilla, on the coast of the Knik Arm, their course is surrounded by Alaska’s natural beauty.
It has unparalleled views of the Chugach mountain Range and quiet glimpses of native wildlife at every turn. Featuring a full service restaurant, known as the Albatross, Settlers Bay Golf Course offers a beautifully unique dining atmosphere as well as a real Alaskan golf experience. Although they are pleasantly off the beaten path, they offer many of the same amenities as the more metropolitan locations, as well as some unique traditions of their own.