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The 18-hole Hill and Creek courses at Moose Run are situated at the foot of the Chugach Mountains and together they comprise the northernmost 36-hole golf complex in the world. The Hill layout is named after the rugged terrain on which the front nine is laid out whilst the Creek takes its name from the Ship Creek that wanders alongside a number of the holes.
US Army combat engineers built the Hill course and it opened as a 9-hole layout in 1952, expanding to a full 18-hole layout three years later. Constructed with small greens but with relatively open, forgiving fairways, it’s an ideal course for learners and high handicappers.
On the other hand, The Creek is a challenging Robin Nelson design that debuted in 2000 as the longest layout in Alaska (at 7,324 yards) and it features the state’s longest hole (measuring all of 640 yards) at the par five 11th. Two of the fairways, at 6 and 11, are routed through reclaimed gravel pits and they’re considered by many to be two of the most attractive holes in The Last Frontier state.
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At the start of the new millennium, Robin Nelson, Neil Haworth and Brett Mogg acquired the Belt Collins interest in the design firm that then became Nelson & Haworth.