Alliance Country Club first opened for play in 1911. After the present clubhouse was erected in 1925, the golf course was increased to eighteen holes. Par was 71 and the course covered nearly 135 acres. Architect Calvin Black was hired for the conversion of the old nine to an entirely new layout. Ferdinand Garbin redesigned the course in 1983.
In 1929, Gene Sarazen and John Ferrell played another exhibition match before a gallery paying $1.00 each. Perhaps the most famous event held at Alliance Country Club was the Machine International LPGA Tournament in 1959. The tournament was won by Mickey Wright who defeated Patty Berg, Marlene Hagge, Marilyn Smith and a rookie by the name of Kathy Whitworth.
Alliance Country Club plays to a maximum distance of 6,431 yards. The course has severely sloping and fast greens. A creek comes into play on fourteen of the holes. There are some long par 4's, five of which are over 400 yards.
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