Hawaii Golf
1. Hapuna Golf Course
In 1997, the U.S. Golf Association named Hapuna "The Course of the Future." This Arnold Palmer/Ed Seay-designed 18-hole championship course is nestled into the dramatic natural contours of the land from the shoreline to about 700 feet above sea level. This beautiful course features spectacular views of the Kohala Coast and the Pacific, with snow-capped Mauna Kea volcano as a backdrop. Hapuna's challenging play and environmental sensitivity make it one of Hawaii's most unique golf courses.

3. Makalei Hawaii Country Club
Situated in the Kona region on the west side of Hawaii Island, known for its cool climates and world famous coffee farms, Makalei boasts an elevation range from 1,800 to 2,850 feet.  The layout is a cool, scenic, lush forest alternative to the island’s coastal golf course experiences.  The temperate climate, lush surrounding forests, and elevation offer a great challenge for golfers of all skill levels.  Several distinctive features on the course include bent grass greens, lava tubes, cinder cones and a stone wall dating back more than a century.

4. Mauna Kea Resort Golf Course
"Mr. Rockefeller, if you allow me to build a golf course here, this'll be the most beautiful hole in the world." Robert Trent Jones, Sr., at the 3rd hole site.

Without changing the essential character of his father's design, Rees Jones Inc. re-planted the championship Course with highly efficient ultra-dwarf Tifeagle Bermudagrass on the greens and Tifway 419 hybrid Bermudagrass on the tees, fairways and roughs. State-of-the-art irrigation systems, liners in the bunkers, and advance drainage improvements keep our Hawaii golf course in top shape and save on environmental resources. As for play, the number of bunkers has been increased to 99, overall yardages have expanded by about 200 yards from the tips, and multiple tees will challenge all levels of players.




6. Waikoloa Resort Golf Courses
The Beach Course -
Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., the Beach Course at Waikoloa winds its way along historic lava flows near Anaehoomalu Bay. Emerald fairways and immaculate greens are well-guarded by the uniquely contrasting combination of white sand bunkers, simmering blue lakes and the every present black lava flows. It’s an enjoyable sensory experience you simply won’t find anywhere else in the world.
While the sights please your eyes and the trade winds tickle your senses, the strategic layout will challenge your skills and your mind. Generous from the tee, with large greens and low-lipped bunkers this is a course that can truly be enjoyed by the occasional player while providing all the challenged need for the most avid or skilled player from the back tees.

The King's Course -
On Hawaii's Big Island, there are miles and miles of lava fields that stretch from the Kona-Keahole Airport for almost 30 miles up the Kona-Kohala Coast. Many  Hawaiians consider this land  sacred and powerful. Accordingly, the Kings’ Trail, which runs through the heart of the lava from Kona, up the coast to Pu'ukohola Heiau, contains several areas which were most powerful and sacred of all.
Designed by the world famous team of Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish the 7,074 yard Kings’ course meanders over and around the ancient black lava flow, and its wide, undulating fairways are framed by palm trees and vibrant flowers of Hawaii. The Kings' Course plays inland towards the ancient mountain of Mauna Kea, ever present in the distance. The course is a strategic layout that requires a player to think his way around the course. Multiple tee placements, strategic lakes and challenging pot bunkers add complexity to the experience.