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Listing of ALL Maui Golf Courses, Country Clubs and Venues for Golfing, Direct Contact Info & Details!
Royal Ka'anapali Golf Course, Maui, Hawaii, Golfing
Maui is the supreme spot for golf enthusiasts. Built on the sides of volcanoes, between the bright blue waters and bright blue skies you'll find dark green golf courses dotting the island. Many golf clubs offer equiqment rental and/or discounts. Some have an on-site restaurant or bar and all supply a gorgeous view of Maui. Enjoy a round of 9 or 18 holes on pristine golf courses in paradise. The best time to play is in the mornings before the tradewinds arrive in the warmer afternoons. Once you play on Maui, you'll be back again and again.
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  • Bay Course at Kapalua
    Rating: 72.1
    Slope: 136
    Yardage: 6,600
    Architect: Arnold Palmer & Francis Duane
    Type: Resort
    Interesting facts: Host of PGA events, Host of USGA Championships, Course works down to the ocean where the par 5 fifth hole actually has the golfer hitting over the ocean waves of Oneloa Bay.
    300 Kapalua Drive
    877-527-2582 or 808-669-8820

  • Challenge at Manele
    Rating: 64.6 - 73.7
    Slope: 115 - 135
    Yardage: 5,024 - 7,039
    Architect: Jack Nicklaus
    Type: Resort
    Interesting facts: Located on the island of Lana'i, overlooking Hulopo'e Bay, is built on lava outcroppings with 3 holes situated on cliffs. This five-tee course challenges even the best of golfers. Every hole offers a stunning Pacific Ocean view with natural terrain. During the winter season, you can do a little whale watching while putting.
    One Keomoku Highway, Lana'i City

  • The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course
    Rating: 741.1
    Slope: 141
    Yardage: 6,841
    Architect: Robin Nelson
    Type: Private Open To The Public
    Interesting facts: Maui's highest USGA slope-rated course. Known for being a favorable golf venue for both experienced and non-experienced players. "Golf Digiest" named this as one of the "best-kept secrets" golf course in America. Considered an Irish course topography with a Hawaiian flair. Host of the Maui Open.
    1333 Maui Lani Parkway

  • Elleair Maui Golf Club
    Rating: 73.2
    Slope: 135
    Yardage: 6,801
    Architect: Bill Newis
    Type: Private Open To The Public
    Interesting facts: Golfer-friendly, this course is a nice choice for players of all skill levels. Prevailing tradewinds provide a challenge. Fantastic views of Haleakala and Auau Channel make every hole a joy to play. An on-site restaurant, Kono's is available for a quick bite or a catered banquet.
    1345 Piilani Highway

  • Emerald Course at Wailea
    Rating: 72.6
    Slope: 128
    Yardage: 6,825
    Architect: Robert Trent Jones, Jr
    Type: Resort
    Interesting facts: Voted by "Golf for Women Magazine" as one of the friendliest women's fairway. Tee boxes set at each hole give the golfer an added advantage to challenge themselves or play to a different skill level. A brackish water lake borders the unique feature of a shared double green of holes 10 and 17.
    100 Wailea Golf Club Drive

  • Experience at Koele
    Rating: 75.3
    Slope: 141
    Yardage: 7,014
    Architect: Greg Norman & Ted Robinson
    Type: Resort
    Interesting facts: Situated on the island of Lana'i, this course offers a cool climate, wooded areas of pine, koa and eucalyptus. Starting at 2000 feet above sea level, you'll play against a backdrop of streams, seven lakes and cascading waterfalls. Views of Maui and Moloka'i compliment the whole golf outing. Finish the course with a par 4, 250 foot tee shot drop.
    One Keomoku Highway, Lana'i City

  • Gold Course at Wailea
    Rating: 73.4
    Slope: 137
    Yardage: 7,078
    Architect: Robert Trent Jones, Jr
    Type: Resort
    Interesting facts: Host of the Champion of the Skins Game. The Maui Historical Soceity has recognized this course for its preservation of the prehistoric lava walls within the course. Considered the most challenging of the Wailea courses, it also offers tee boxes at every hole allowing golfers of various skill to enjoy the fairway.
    100 Wailea Golf Club Drive

  • Ka'anaapli Kai Course
    Rating: 70.7
    Slope: 135
    Yardage: 6,388
    Architect: Arthur Jack Snyder
    Type: Resort
    Interesting facts: Yes, this is the golf course seen on TV's Golf Channel "Big Break Ka'anapali." Located on an old sugar cane plantation, you can hear the Sugar Cane Train pass by while you play. It may seem like an easy par 70, but looks can be deceiving if you try any shortcuts. Recently renovated by architect Robin Nelson.
    2290 Kanaapali Parkway
    866-454-4653 or 808-661-3691

  • Kahili Golf Course
    Rating: 72.3
    Slope: 135
    Yardage: 6,554
    Architect: Robin Nelson &: Rodney Wright
    Type: Private Open To The Public
    Interesting facts: A great golfing value, this course lies at the foothills of the West Maui Mountains with a beautiful view of Haleakala. The varied elevations include a lake, dry creek bed and lush fairways. A restaurant, banquet facilities and a spacious clubhouse provide a perfect venue for weddings, parties, meetings and seminars.
    2500 Honoapiilani Highway

  • King Kamehameha Golf Club
    Rating: 75.7
    Slope: 134
    Yardage: 7,060
    Architect: Ted Robinson, Sr. & Ted Robinon, Jr.
    Type: Private Members Only
    Interesting facts: Designed to be tough, this course, filled with water features, stretches over the windy West Maui Mountain range. Offering a "Member-For-A-Day" pass, golfers can play this course for less than many resorts. A 74,000 sq ft club house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright provides breath-taking views of Haleakala and the deep blue sea.
    2500 Hanoapiilani Highway

  • Makena Golf Course
    Rating: 73.6
    Slope: 138
    Yardage: 6,914
    Architect: Robert Trent Jones, Jr
    Type: Resort
    Interesting facts: Open from sunrise to sunset, this course offers a golf experience which runs from the volcanic side of Haleakala to the rolling waves of the Pacific Ocean. You may have to work at keeping your eye on the ball with awe-inspiring views views of wili-wili trees, kiawe forests, natural streams and even native wildlife along the links.
    5400 Makena Analui
    800-321-6284 or 808-874-1111

  • Maui Country Club
    Rating: 71.1
    Slope: 121
    Yardage: Not Available
    Architect: Alex Bell & William McEwan
    Type: Private Members Only
    Interesting facts: This family golf course is perfect for walking. Easy to get tee times, this 9 hole venue offers a challenge with its daily tradewinds or try the sand trap practice area. A clubhouse Snack bar serves up the same delicious lunch and pupus as poolside. This private course even has membership opportunities for part-time Maui residents.
    48 Nonohe Street

  • Old Blue Course at Wailea
    Rating: 72,2
    Slope: 129
    Yardage: 6,765
    Architect: Arthur Jack Snyder
    Type: Resort
    Interesting facts: Taking in the sights of Maui's famous volcano, Haleakala, neighboring islands and the beautiful grounds of the Wailea Resort, this course is a classic. Players return often to take in this perfect layout with splendid foliage.
    100 Wailea Golf Club Drive
    888-328-maui or 808-875-7450

  • Planation Course at Kapalua
    Rating: 73.6
    Slope: 140
    Yardage: 7,411
    Architect: Ben Crenshaw & Bill Coore
    Type: Resort
    Interesting facts: Such an incredible course the PGA only allows previous winners to tee up at its season opening event. The course is built against the West Maui Mountains while taking in the daily tradewinds and nature's surrounding beauty. Host of PGA events and Host of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.
    2000 Plantation Club Drive
    877-527-2582 or 808-669-8044

  • Pukalani Country Club
    Rating: 72.9
    Slope: 127
    Yardage: 6,882
    Architect: Bob Baldock
    Type: Resort
    Interesting facts: Set in Maui's "up country," on the side of a dormant volcano, overlooking the island of Maui, has breath-taking views. Featuring 19 greens and 18 holes, hole 3 will be your challenge. You can either chip shot into a well trapped green nestled in a ravine hundreds of yards below or heft it across the green straight into the wind.
    360 Pukalani Street

  • Royal Ka'anapali Course
    Rating: 71.8
    Slope: 129
    Yardage: 6,700
    Architect: Robert Trent Jones, Sr
    Type: Resort
    Interesting facts: Hawaii's first golf course, this favorite was once touted by Arnold Palmer as one of the "Tour's most difficult." Starting with a 550 yards par 5 hole, the links wind around the shoreline of the West Maui Mountains. This challenging hole-by-hole course will also test your club selection and putting skills. Host of Champion Skins Game.
    2290 Kaanapali Parkway
    866-454-4653 or 808-661-3691

  • Waiehu Golf Course
    Rating: 70.5
    Slope: 117
    Yardage: 6,330
    Architect: not available
    Type: Municipal
    Interesting facts: Inexpensive and lovely, this venue was built in the '20's along the waterfront and dune marshland. It offers par 3, par 4 and par 5's all on the front nine. Play while in view of the famous Waihe'e Reef. Relax with the family after your game at the adjacent Waiehu Beach Park or dine at the on-site restaurant.
    200 Halewaiu Road

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