Pasture golf is a return to Scottish links style courses. Technique over technology, it makes golf both fun and affordable to play. Annie Lake Golf Course - Whitehorse, Yukon Territory

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Annie Lake Golf Course, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory


Name of Course: Annie Lake Golf Course
Address: South Klondike Hwy., Whitehorse, Y.T.
Fees: $2 on Honor System. Annual Fees: Family $60, Adult $40, Child/Senior $20.
Number of Holes: 18
Yardage: 4098
Par:   66
Season: May through September
Course Type: Public
Designed By: Some say it was built by the Community Development Fund Project of Yukon Government, others say it was built by the Army in the 1940's or 1950's.
Facilities & Amenities:

Day use park with picnic tables and barbecue pits. Put $2 play fee in honor box.

Local Resources: Fabulous view looking west from Golf Course.
Advice: Rough course built on tundra. Easy to lose balls. Greens are sand and must be swept after play. Good place to stop on trip from Skagway to Whitehorse. You can play as late as you want in the summer months but don't forget the mosquito repellent.
Reason for submitting course: Rare sand greens.

There are 18 holes at Annie Lake Golf Course. After the ninth there is a trail that takes you to the back 9. As far as I know there has always been 18 holes. Rumor has it that it was built by the army in the 40's or 50's. I think my favorite hole on the back is the par 4 16th, it's 174 yards or 132 yards over the trees. Even with an errant tee shot, it’s a very birdieable hole. - N. K (May 13, 2002)

It's a par 66, 4098 yards. Front 9 par 33 - 2162 yards, back 9 par 33 - 1936 yards. Winter rules apply all year which means a club length not closer to the hole, including the green (some say it's the Hank Karr rule, my uncle). Lost ball on fairway - no penalty (gopher holes). - N.K, May 15, 2002

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