Alpine Golf & Country Club is a Semi-Private, 9 hole golf course located in Alpine, Arizona.
Alpine Country Club first opened for play in 1960. The course was designed by Lawrence Gay and Ernie Gay.
This course was built at an elevation of 8,200 feet and offers many scenic views. Located two miles east of the junction of U.S. 190 and U.S. 180 in Alpine, this area is known as the "Alps" of Arizona. The golf course is the highest in the Southwest.
The fairways are surrounded by dense groves of aspen trees, blue spruce, and ponderosa pines. It is a dramatic setting and the coolest summer golf course in the West.
The course is short and narrow with many trees lining its fairways. The majority of the greens are small and fast.
The course is a par 35 and plays to 2650 yards for men and for the ladies plays to just over 2,305 yards.