The Alpine Golf & Country Club is the highest golf course in Arizona playing at an elevation of approximately 8,100’. It is also one of the highest golf courses in the country. The fairways are lined with 100’ + Ponderosa Pines which serves to “picture frame” each and every hole. The abundant wildlife, especially Elk, makes their presence known throughout the tract. The elevation of the course generally provides for more carry of the golf ball, depending on the conditions, one may consider “clubbing down” during approach shots.

The Alpine Golf & Country Club is governed by United States Golf Association rules and carries a rating of 65/109 for men from the white tees and 65.7/118 for ladies from the red tees. The men’s course is 2650 yards long and is a par 35; the lady’s course is 2305 yards and is a par 34. The course record for 9-hole play is 27 shot by a local Alpine resident.