Alaska is well known for golfing. There are 30 Alaska golf courses in the state and some of the most scenic views of any course in the United States. Golf season runs from May through September when it is on average 53 to 62 degrees outside.
Anchorage, Alaska is the biggest city in Alaska. Anchorage flawlessly combines wild Alaskan beauty with modern urban comforts and mesmerizing outdoor spaces.
The Anchorage gold course is number one in the state according to golf week. It has 66,000 yards with views of Denali, the tallest mountain in North America. The anchorage gold course is even hosting the 2022 senior women championship.
Another appealing thing about Alaska golf courses is how long the days are. During the golfing season, there is sunlight from 5 am to midnight. With enough balls, you can play 4 rounds of golf in one day!
After a long day of golfing, there are plenty of other activities to enjoy in Alaska. Fishing, glacier crusing, and soaking up vitamin d from the extended sunlight are popular activities.
To learn more about what you can do on an Alaska golf course trip, watch the video above!