Hawaii Prince Golf Club - A course - 7th

Get blown away on 27 holes at Hawaii Prince Golf Club on Oahu

Enjoying the 27-hole Hawaii Prince Golf Club on Oahu is as simple as A-B-C. Each of the three nines -- named A, B and C -- are wonderfully playable and well conditioned. The sun shines on this leeward side of the island almost constantly, serving up perfect tropical weather for those mainlanders who come to escape their snow-bound homes. And it's one of the rare courses that's popular with locals and tourists, mainly because it's affordable and fun to play.
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Kaanapali Kai golf course - 11th

Kai Course at Kaanapali on Maui really is women, kid friendly

The Royal is the more challenging of the two golf courses at Kaanapali, but many locals prefer to play the Kai Course. Why? They have more fun on the Kai. For less skilled players, families and certainly players who don't hit it as far, the Kai fits the bill. And in terms of views, the Kai Course holds its own, too. Mike Bailey has more from Maui.
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Makai Golf Club at Princeville - hole 3

Renovation unlocks the beauty of Robert Trent Jones Jr.'s Makai Golf Club at Princeville on Kauai

Makai Golf Club at Princeville resort on Kauai has come a long way since its multi-million dollar renovation finished in 2010. Robert Trent Jones Jr. revived one of Hawaii's sleeping beauties. Seashore paspalum now covers the fairways, greens and tees. Green surrounds were reshaped. New white Silica sand from Vietnam created bunkers that visually pop against a panoramic backdrop and spectacular cliff-top views of the Pacific come from five superb holes.
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Hawaii Golf Destinations

  • Maui

    For many reasons, Maui is an ideal choice for golfers when planning a Hawaii golf vacation. In addition to being a favorite spot for honeymooners and romantic getaways, there are few better things to do than play some of the Pacific's most spectacular courses, including Wailea Golf Club, Makena Golf & Beach Resort, Royal Ka'anapali and more.

    For visitors to the West Maui Mountains, Kahili Golf Course is a must-play. Visiting and local golfers alike are fond of Kahili, a picturesque course with views of the Pacific Ocean. The 6,560-yard, par-72 course is a challenge, with elevation changes, hilly par 3s and long par 5s.
    Maui's only 18-hole private club, King Kamehameha Golf Club marries nature with classic design. The Ted Robinson Sr.-designed course, named in honor of Hawaii's greatest king, is located on the slopes of the West Maui Mountains.
    The classic design of Elleair Golf Club combines different elements including reachable holes that face each cardinal point with strong prevailing winds that reward smart play for a layout that is both fair and challenging. The layout wanders through the foothills of Haleakula, providing subtle elevation changes as well as views of the ocean.
  • Kauai

    Known as the Garden Isle, Kauai is not only a golf paradise, but one of the special spots in the world for honeymooners, ecotourists and folks just looking to get away from it all. From the world-famous Princeville to Poipu Bay, Kauai is home to some of the world's most scenic and spectacular golf courses, but it's also a place where one can get lost in time and beauty.

    Poipu Bay Golf Course has an ideal location between the beautiful coastline and lush emerald mountains. The course sprawls across 210 acres of tropical flowers and vegetation. The site is the former home to an ancient Hawaiian village, whose remnants have been incorporated into the course.
    Makai Golf Club at Princeville is a 27-hole layout that was carved into a sloping hillside, perched high above the Pacific overlooking the beautiful Hanalei Bay. The course enjoys an unrivaled setting with both mountain and ocean views.
    It is said that when legendary golfer and architect Jack Nicklaus created the Kiele Course at Kauai Lagoons, the terrain lent itself so well to his vision that he made but a single change to his original design. Little wonder that this incredible resort course received accolade after accolade for being one of the finest golf gems in the Pacific. In 2010 Jack Nicklaus was again called upon, this time to head up the redesign of his famed Kiele ocean nine. The result is a spectacular 18-hole golf experience ranked the 6th best course in Hawaii in GolfWeek Magazine’s 2012 Best Courses: State by State.
  • Oahu

    While other Hawaiian islands give you golf that can be showy, Oahu keeps it real, offering diverse golf options, as well as great resorts and spas, that will keep them coming back for more.

    Hawaii Prince Golf Club offers three interchangeable nines, each with a variety of different challenges, which provide three unique 18-hole combinations. There are 90 sand bunkers and 10 ponds awaiting golfers throughout the 27 holes in addition to stunning views of the Waianae Mountains.
    Mililani Golf Club is situated on Oahu's central plain with the Koolau range to the east and the Waianae range to the west. The course was carefully routed through stands of Norfolk pine and eucalyptus trees. Throughout your round you'll come across the golf course's trademark red African tulip.
    Olomana Golf Links, located in the Windward community of Waimanalo, is a popular golfing destination for Oahu locals. The 18-hole golf course features two distinctly different nines that offer a variety of unique challenges on each, including rolling hills, water hazards, and cavernous sand traps.
  • Lanai

    Lanai may not have a quantity of golf courses seen on other Hawaiian islands, but it offers amazing quality in its two 18-hole championship golf courses: The Challenge at Manele and The Experience at Koele.

    The Challenge at Manele is a visually stunning golf course that is painted a rainbow of colors from black lava outcroppings to red cliffs that tumble towards the blue sea to the pristine white sand traps that dot the lush green coastline.
  • Big Island

    When you're the big kid on the block, you better do it right, and the Big Island of Hawaii does just that when it comes to satisfying golfers.

    With Mauna Kea Golf Course, Robert Trent Jones Sr. transformed what was seemingly a barren lava field into what is now one of Hawaii's most popular courses. The challenging layout has holes that play right along the sea as well as over 300 feet above.
    Hapuna Golf Course stretches along the beautiful Kohala coastline before rising to over 700 feet above sea level. The snow-topped Mauna Kea volcano serves as a dramatic backdrop and there are seemingly endless views of the Pacific. Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay collaborated to create a visually stunning links course that utilizes the natural contours of the landscape and silky fescue grasses.
    Waikola Village Golf Club sprawls across the foothills of Mauna Kea, overlooking the beautiful Kohala Coast. Robert Trent Jones Jr., inspired by its location, sought to preserve the natural features of the course while creating additional challenges that were unique to the island landscape.