Press & Media Mentions

Alpine Golf Course Announces Leagues Starting May 30

Door County Today (May 23, 2022) – The Alpine Golf Course is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a Ladies League, Men’s League and its first-ever Co-ed league starting May 30, 2022. The Leagues include Ladies, Men’s and Co-ed divisions that will be open to locals and visitors every Monday night at 4:00 p.m. The Co-ed League includes Ladies, Men’s and mixed brackets to choose from. There will be drink specials, prizes, recreational brackets, and competitive leaderboards.

Alpine Resort Golf Course Opens for 2022 Season

Door County Pulse (April 7, 2022) - The Alpine Resort has opened its iconic, 18-hole golf course for the 2022 golf season. Members started getting early-bird access April 1 before the course opens for public play April 21.

Alpine Resort Opens for Weddings Beginning 2022, Announces Opening of Cottages Spring 2022

Door County Today (October 14, 2021) - The Alpine Resort is proud to announce that they will be accepting wedding venue bookings for 2022 and welcoming couples who are looking to celebrate their special day along the Egg Harbor shoreline. The Alpine Resort, Door County Wisconsin’s popular golf, lodging, and waterfront destination, announced today the resort is opening bookings for their cottages and golf course rooms with visitors welcome to check in Spring 2022.

New owner to reopen historic Alpine Resort golf course in Door County this summer and ‘create next 100 years of memories’

Wisconsin Gold (May, 7, 2021) - The new owner of the Alpine Resort and Golf Course in Egg Harbor, which had been in one-family ownership for a century, is already renovating the clubhouse and grooming the golf course with the goal of beginning play by Memorial Day, said Jacinda Duffin of True North Real Estate, who represented the buyer over the nearly year-long purchase process.

PODCAST – Door County Pulse: The Future of the Alpine

Andrew Kleidon and Myles Dannhausen Jr. discuss what's in store for The Alpine now that it has sold after 100 years in the Bertschinger family. They also take a look at what's happening with another historic lodge, the former Little Sister Resort property, and the ongoing development pressures in Egg Harbor.

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