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The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course 1. The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course
The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course was designed by course architect, Robin Nelson, who used the land itself as inspiration for the course’s design. It is, in many ways, a throwback to the way courses were made centuries ago; only in this instance, The Dunes enjoys the advantages of today’s technologies, like irrigation. It is the perfect blend of old- and new-world ingredients! But, unlike the course designers of old, Nelson’s task was to make a course that is not only tough on the low handicapper but also enjoyable for the high-handicapper. It is a difficult task, yet many think he’s done it!

Elleair Maui Golf Club
2. Elleair Maui Golf Club
Our course design rivals any other golf course in Maui. It combines fairness with challenge and is suitable for any player or skill-level. The course is continually being improved to make it even more golfer-friendly, with the widening of fairways, reshaping and enlarging of greens, and the installation of new hybrid Bermuda turf grasses.
Elleair has all of the classic design attributes. They include: an inviting opening hole; reachable holes facing each cardinal point of the compass; and the prevailing trade winds test the golfer and reward smart play.

Kaanapali Golf Courses 3. Kaanapali Golf Courses

The Royal Ka'anapali Course opened its lush fairways in 1962 and is one of only two courses in all of Hawaii designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. The architect took advantage of the rolling landscape to create gently sloping fairways and large contoured greens to ensure a challenging approach to each hole. Stretching 6,700 yards, this par 71 course will challenge your club selection and putting skills.

Ka'anapali Kai Course was originally created as an executive course and was later redesigned by architect Arthur Jack Snyder in 1976. At 6,400 yards, the Par 70 course is a more forgiving golf course with subtle, undulating greens that accomodates all levels of play and in 2008 hosted the 12 ladies of Big Break Ka'anapali - the Golf Channel's #1 series!


The Bay Course

The Plantation Course

4. Kapalua Golf Courses
The Bay Course -
Arnold Palmer and Francis Duane designed The Bay Course. The forerunner of Kapalua Resort's two championship golf courses, The Bay Course is a 6,600-yard par 72 with gently rolling fairways and generous greens. The Bay Course is an excellent example of resort golf at its best. The course record is 62 set by Mike Sullivan in 1995 at the Lincoln-Mercury Kapalua International.

The Plantation Course -
The par 73, 7,411-yard Plantation Course, is the course of the champions, site of the PGA TOUR Hyundai Tournament of Champions each January featuring an elite field of previous year's PGA TOUR winners. The field has included golf greats such as Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, Justin Leonard, Ernie Els, Davis Love III and many more. The grand scale of the course designed by Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore unfurls across natural geographic formations and pineapple plantation fields that take your breath away. The course record is 62 set by K.J. Choi in 2003 at the Mercedes-Benz Championship.


Makena Golf Courses 5. Makena Golf Courses
Makena Golf Course's extraordinary layout boasts 18 spectacular holes of the most pristine golf imaginable in Hawaii. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. Makena Golf Course first opened in 1981 to rave reviews.  Un-encroached upon by housing developments or other commercial buildings, Makena Golf Course is one of the last courses on Maui to remain in its original, natural state, offering panoramic views of rugged native kiawe and wili wili trees, ancient Hawaiian rock walls, natural streams and gullies, and abundant wildlife. It's as much a remarkable nature walk as it is a challenging golf outing.  The course is a rugged, natural test of golf - winding up, down, over and around the verdant foothills of Maui's 10,028-foot-high dormant volcano, Mt. Haleakala.

Pukalani Country Club 6. Pukalani Country Club
Set in the gentle hillsides of "Up-Country" Maui, Pukalani Country Club overlooks the Pacific Ocean and offers breath-taking panoranic views of the Valley Isle of Maui. The Pukalani Country Club is nestled at the 1,100 foot elevation level of world famous Mount Haleakala, an extinct volcano whose name in Hawaiian means "House of the Rising Sun" and is appropriately reflected as the golf course's logo.
The Pukalani Country Club's greenery covers nearly 160 acres. Built in 1980, the course is 6,962 yards long from the championship tees, plays to a par 72, and features 19 greens in its 18-hole layout! On hole #3, golfers may choose a tough iron shot across a ravine and into the wind for one green, or a challenging chip shot straight down to a well-trapped green several hundred feet below into the ravine. No other golf course in Hawaii can compare or offer you this unique setting and challenge of our hole #3.

Wailea Gold Course

Wailea Emerald Course

7. Wailea Golf Club
Wailea Gold Course -
The home course of The Champions Skins Game from 2001 to 2007, the 7,078-yard Wailea Gold is the most challenging of Wailea’s trio, with a rugged and masterful design that takes advantage of the terrain’s natural undulations. But four to six tee boxes on every hole also make it a suitable track for virtually every player.

Wailea Emerald Course -
Designed to be fun for practically every player, the 6,825-yard Wailea Emerald Course was one reason Golf for Women Magazine first granted the Wailea Golf Club a Top Fairways Award for the country’s most women-friendly golf clubs, an honor that Wailea has won seven times.


Wailea Old Blue 8. Wailea Old Blue

From an era when character defined the golf course, Wailea’s Old Blue offers up a golf experience that is truly classic.  As the first thing ever built in Wailea, the Old Blue laid claim to the lay of the land that would put Wailea on everyone’s wish list of places to visit.
As the “Grand Lady of Wailea”, the Old Blue is the perfect hostess.  She guides her guests on a tour of the resort while serving up views of the neighboring islands on one side and 10,023-foot dormant volcano, Mt. Haleakala on the other.  While captivating with her beauty, she entertains with her classic design.  Players of all levels will come away from a round on the Old Blue wanting to accept her invitation to play again.  Now, after all these years, the Old Blue continues to welcome back many golfers who feel that a trip to Maui is not complete without a round or two on the Old Blue.