Valley of The Eagles

Course Type
Links
Designer
TBC
Par
36 
Slope
 
Rating
2.8
Golf Professional
TBC
Green Fees
Reviews
1

Course Information

ADDRESS:
1 mile Haines Highway, Haines, Alaska, 99827, United States
WHAT/THREE/WORDS:
Unknown
TELEPHONE:
907-766-2401
DESCRIPTION:

Generally flat with a few bunkers and water on some holes. Challenging for the enviornment yet an enjoyable layout. Prefab greens as at this time the moose and bears would make real greens impossible to keep up with in repair. No tee times necessary, just show up , with the exception of cruise ship day when you may have to wait for a foursome or two to tee off. As each year passes the course has filled in very well and the scenic background is breath taking looking from the salt water straight up to 6,000 foot snow covered peaks. Alaskans who golf take it seriously and rain and wind don't seem to deter us. That's what raingear is for when not being used on the boat. Special footwear is often used due to ground moisture. "X-tra Tuffs" or standard rubber fishing boots as they are in reality. If you haven't golfed in Alaska or with Alaskans , you're in for a friendly great time.

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2.7 / 5

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Golfing in the remote bush of Alaska

Golfing in Alaska and with Alaskans is an experience no golfer should miss on their "to-do golfing" list. Besides how many friends do you know who have golfed in Alaska in the first place, more or less to have to wait for a bear or moose to clear the fairway before playing through.
Rain or shine it's all smiles and welcomes from all the locals you meet on course. Course improving in leaps and bounds every year and soon to be rated.
Date Sunday, 20, December 2009