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in Hawaii, HI (showing 1 - 14 out of 14)

Hapuna Golf Course

Hapuna Golf Course

62-100 Kanuna'oa Dr
Kamuela, HI 96743   Directions

(808) 880-3000


Golfing in paradise goes one step further at the Hapuna Golf Course, an 18-hole championship course designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay.

Sweeping vistas and the natural beauty of the land combine for an incredible experience. The course meanders about 700 feet above sea level and flows with the surrounding mountains for a unique golf experience.

 

Hawaii Kai Golf Club

Hawaii Kai Golf Club

8902 Kalanianaole Hwy
Honolulu, HI 96825   Directions

(808) 395-2358


The Hawaii Kai Golf Club boasts two courses: an 18-hole Championship Course and a 9-hole Executive Course.

Both courses allow golfers to take in stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, which can be seen from every hole. You'll be able to see Maui and Molokai on clear days as well. During the winter months, you'll spot whales on their way to the waters of Maui to give birth. The tropical winds are a bit of a challenge, but they also create a balmy oasis you won't soon forget.

 

Hawaii Prince Golf Club

Hawaii Prince Golf Club

91-1200 Fort Weaver Rd
Ewa Beach, HI 96706   Directions

(808) 944-4567


Hawaii Prince Golf Club is a luxurious and unique course, designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay. Throughout its 27 dramatic holes, the Hawaii Prince Golf Course offers amazing views of the Waianae Mountains. The course is composed of three interchangeable nines, so there's always plenty of variety and challenges waiting. Sand bunkers, lakes and rolling greens will take your breath away.

Honolulu Country Club

Honolulu Country Club

1690 Ala Pu'umalu St
Honolulu, HI 96818   Directions

(808) 441-9400


The Honolulu Country Club is both friendly and challenging, designed in the classic style of golf and favoring precision and length.

The course opened in 1977 and was designed by Arnold Palmer and Francis Duane. Water hazards await, so choose your shot wisely.

 

Kaanapali Golf Resort

Kaanapali Golf Resort

2290 Kaanapali Pkwy
Maui, HI 96761   Directions

(866) 454-4653


The Kaanapali Golf Resort is a legendary golf center, located in the gorgeous and tranquil Maui. With two courses to choose from, you're sure to experience a memorable game of golf during your time here. The first course is the Royal Kaanapali Course, which opened in 1962 and is one of only two courses in all of Hawaii designed by master architect Robert Trent Jones Sr.

 

Kauai Lagoons Golf Club

Kauai Lagoons Golf Club

3325 Holokawelu Way
Lihue, HI 96766   Directions

(800) 634-6400


Kauai Lagoons Golf Club is truly your own little corner of paradise. The course is nestled in a tranquil, tropical setting, with fantastic views of the islands and Pacific. This relaxing environment might help your game - if you don't get distracted by the stunning vistas.

 

Ko'olau Golf Club

Ko'olau Golf Club

45-550 Kionaole Rd
Oahu, HI 96744   Directions

(808) 247-7088


Koolau Golf Club is nestled in the 2,000-foot Koolau Ridge mountain range and spans three distinct climate zones for an adventurous round of golf that will keep you in anticipation at every hole.

Elevation changes, cascading waterfalls and magnificent views will transport you to a golfer's paradise. The course is considered among the toughest in the nation.

 

Makaha Golf Club

Makaha Golf Club

84-626 Makaha Valley Rd
Waianae, HI 96792   Directions

(866) 576-6447


Nestled in the beautiful Makaha Valley, a tranquil tropical escape awaits you. The 18-hole, Makaha Golf Club spans the western shore and the majestic cliffs of the Waianae Mountains, bringing architect William F. Bell's vision to reality. In fact, the Makaha Golf Course was named the island's best course by Honolulu Magazine. The 7,077-yard par 72 course is a classic design and will have you reaching for a variety of shots and nearly every club.

 

Mauna Kea Golf Club

Mauna Kea Golf Club

62-100 Mauna Kea Beach Dr
Kohala Coast, HI 96743   Directions

(808) 882-5400


The Mauna Kea Golf Club holds the distinction of being Hawaii's first great golf course, setting the standards for rolling fairways, small greens and challenging configurations - all nestled into one of Hawaii's majestic mountains.

Designed by architect John Hara, the Mauna Kea golf experience will have you raving long after you leave the grounds. The course made the Platinum List of Top 20 Golf Courses in a 2009 edition of Celebrated Living magazine.

 

Moanalua Golf Course

Moanalua Golf Course

1250 Ala Aolani St
Honolulu, HI 96819   Directions

(808) 839-2311


Oahu Country Club

Oahu Country Club

150 Country Club Rd
Honolulu, HI 96817   Directions

(808) 595-6331


Poipu Bay Golf Course

Poipu Bay Golf Course

2250 Ainako St
Koloa, HI 96756   Directions

(808) 742-8711


Turtle Bay Resort & Golf Club

Turtle Bay Resort & Golf Club

57-049 Kuilima Dr
Kahuku, HI 96731   Directions

(808) 293-6000


The Turtle Bay Resort & Golf Club features two exciting golf course designs to suit golfers of every skill level. The 18-hole Palmer Course spans 7,199 yards from the longest tee for a par of 72. The course opened in 1971 and is the site of the LPGA Tour SBS Open at Turtle Bay.

 

Waialae Country Club

Waialae Country Club

4997 Kahala Ave
Honolulu, HI 96816   Directions

(808) 734-2151


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