Hawaii Golf Courses
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Hawaii’s a golfer’s paradise. Nestled within its six geographically unique islands are over 70 of the world’s most breathtakingly picturesque championship courses. The only problem is, you may find it hard to concentrate. At first. From the crystal blue water to the sound of crashing waves, the immaculate emerald fairways and greens surrounded by dunes and volcanic rock, the vertigo-inducing cliffs overlooking the Pacific…it takes a couple of holes but eventually you’ll be able to block out the sensory overload of playing on some of the most beautiful courses in the world and focus on your next shot.
The golf courses of Hawaii offer everything a golfer could ask for, from the yawning fairways of Waikoloa on the Big Island to the grand majesty of the Plantation Course at Kapalua on Maui, and as wide a range of rating and slope to challenge the double-digit handicapper all the way up to the professionally ranked. And each successive tee box will reward your senses with all the surprises, and risk-reward challenges, that golfing in paradise has to offer.
Featured Hawaii Golf Courses
Hawaii Golf Courses
Beach Course at Waikoloa Beach Resort, seaside course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. at Par 70, 6566 yards.
Hapuna Golf Course, seaside course designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay and rated the "Best Public Course" in Hawaii by GOLF Digest in 1995-96, at Par 72, 6875 yards.
Hualalai Golf Course, seaside course designed by Jack Nicklaus at Par 72, 7,117 yards. (Four Seasons Resort guests only)
Oahu Golf Courses
Makaha Resort and Golf Club, mountain valley course designed by William F. Bell at Par 72, 7,077 yards.
The Arnold Palmer Course at Turtle Bay Resort, site of the LPGA SBS Open at Turtle Bay, designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay at Par 72, 7,218 yards.
Waikele Country Club, seaside resort course designed by Ted Robinson overlooking Pearl Harbor, at Par 72, 6,663 yards.
Maui Golf Courses
The Plantation Course at Kapalua, site of the PGA Tour SBS Championship each January, at Par 73, 7,411 yards.
Gold Course at Wailea Golf Club, site of The Champions Skins Game 2001-2007, designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. at Par 72, 7,078 yards.
Makena Golf Course, mountain course overlooking the ocean designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. at Par 72, 6,914 yards.
Kauai Golf Courses
Prince Course at Princeville at Hanalei, rated "#1 Course in Hawaii" and "#5 Course in the World" by Golf Digest, seaside course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. at Par 72, 6,960 yards.
Poipu Bay Golf Course, home of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf 1994-2006, seaside course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. at Par 72, 7,034 yards.
Kiele Course at Kauai Lagoons Golf Club, seaside course designed by Jack Nicklaus, at Par 72, 7,070 yards.