Alcester, South Dakota Golf Courses

There is 1 golf course in Alcester, South Dakota and 1 is a municipal course.There are also another 4 golf courses within 20 miles of Alcester, including 2 public, 2 municipal and 0 private courses. The oldest course in the Alcester area is the Akron Golf Course opened in 1921. The longest course is The Bridges At Beresford, which is 3,369 yards. Hawarden Golf Club is rated the best course near Alcester.

9 holes over 2,545 yards with a par of 34 (Municipal) Write a Review
701 Sd Highway 11
Alcester, SD 57001-2267
(605) 934-1839
0 miles from the center of Alcester. Write a Review
9 holes over 2,933 yards with a par of 36 (Municipal) Write a Review
4502 Buchanan Ave
Hawarden, IA 51023-7564
(712) 551-4444
8 miles from the center of Alcester. Write a Review
9 holes over 3,369 yards with a par of 36 (Municipal) Write a Review
601 South 7th St
Beresford, SD 57004
(605) 763-2202
9 miles from the center of Alcester. Write a Review
9 holes over 2,910 yards with a par of 36 (Public) Write a Review
941 Country Club Dr
Akron, IA 51001-8519
(712) 568-3146
14 miles from the center of Alcester. Write a Review
9 holes over 2,967 yards with a par of 36 (Public) Write a Review
2400 East 5th Street
Canton, SD 57013
(605) 987-2474
20 miles from the center of Alcester. Write a Review

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