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Last Website Update: 10/15/2023

Proudly Serving all Active Duty and Retired Military, Veterans,

DoD Employees, Their Families and our Civilian Guests!

(Open to the Public)

"America's Northernmost 36 Hole Facility"

"Alaska's Only 36 Hole Facility"

Golf Digest

"Best In State"


"Best Places You

Can Play"

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Course Update: 
Hill Course: CLOSED 
Creek Course: CLOSED

Simulator: Open 0800-2000

Please Call ahead for Simulator times; evening hours may vary due to booking rates

Current Hours of Operation:

Pro Shop:   

Monday - Sunday

Tee Times: 

Monday - Sunday

Closed for Winter
Driving Range: 

Monday - Sunday

Closed for Winter              

Grizzly Grill:

Monday - Sunday

Closed for Winter

 Please contact us for Tee times at:

(907) 384-4653

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Junior Golf Policy:

Juniors ages 6 - 15 must be accompanied by an adult to play on the course. All parents/guardians must fill out a Junior Cart waiver for them to ride along. No children under the age of 6 are allowed on the golf course for safety concerns.

Every Round Is A New Adventure

Est. 1952

The Hill Course and Creek Course at Moose Run make up the America's Northernmost 36 Hole Golf Facility. We offer a fun and friendly atmosphere for all types of golfers. Moose Run Golf Course is also one of the state’s best places to practice and to learn the game.

The Hill Course is aptly named because of the gently rolling hills that make up the front nine. The Hill Course’s layout is easily walk-able and offers a perfect introduction to golf for beginning golfers and juniors, while still delivering a challenge to the seasoned player.

The Creek Course is so named because of Ship Creek that meanders through and alongside some of the holes. Being tucked in at the base of the Chugach Mountains, both courses have some of the most beautiful views of this mountain range. A game of golf at either of these courses is often like a trip to a wildlife sanctuary.

Golfers may see both brown and black bear, fox, wolf, lynx, sheep, bald eagle and, of course, moose. Photo opportunities abound and many golfers are seen with their cameras at the ready. While Moose Run Golf Course is a military course, it is open to the civilian community and the many tourists that come here each year. Moose Run Golf Course offers a practice facility including: large driving range, two grass chipping ranges, and three practice putting greens. A perfect way to sharpen your game.

Creek Course
• #1 in Alaska, Golf Digest’s “Best in State” (2015)
• Among the "Top Ten" courses in the Armed Forces, Links Magazine (2011)
• #2 in Alaska, Golf Week's “Best Courses You Can Play” (2016)
• #49 in the United States, Golf Digest "America's 50 Toughest Golf Courses" (2007)
• #10 in the World, Travel and Leisure Magazine’s “Top Military Golf Courses” (2006)
• Golf Digest’s “Best New Courses in America” (2001)

Hill Course
• #4 in Alaska, Golf Digest's "Best In State" (2015)
• #5 in Alaska Golf Week's Best Courses you Can Play (2016)
• Golf Digest's "Best Places to Play"( 2008)

The Creek Course Rated #1 and The Hill Rated #4 "Best in State" by Golf Digest - 2015