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In a state best known in the sports world for its world-class sled dog mushers and downhill skiers, golf is an increasingly popular sport, with the added attraction of wildlife on the golf course.

The greens in Anchorage, the Matanuska-Susitna Valley, Kenai Peninsula, Fairbanks and Kodiak attract a growing number of golfers. Moose, caribou, black bears, fox, lynx, rabbits, eagles and even Dall sheep are known to wander onto the greens, much to the delight of golfers who pack a camera in with their golf clubs. Golfers say the wildlife is more of an attraction than a nuisance.

The use of Yellow and Orange balls is recommended to help with the visibilty due to light frost or snow.

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Alaska offers some of the most beautiful and challenging golf terrain to be found anywhere in the world. In Alaska about 20 percent of the Anchorage area population enjoys the game.

The average three-month golf season is more like five months, because with the midnight sun, greens hours are lengthy. Because of the growing popularity of golf, players are advised to book course time three to five days in advance at the height of the summer season.

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