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List of Golf Courses in Hawaii

Take a Look at This List of Spectacular Golf Courses in Hawaii

There are several golf courses in Hawaii where you can have a good time during your vacation. A list of such courses has been provided in this article. Let's take a look at them.
SportsAspire Staff
Hawaii undoubtedly has some of the best golf courses in the world. Spectacular scenery, perfect weather conditions, and a friendly atmosphere only enhance the beauty of these courses. While most of the golf courses are affiliated to a resort, the independent ones are no lesser in the services they offer. Of course, when you're looking at packages, an ideal choice would be to book yourself into a resort. Though the decision would be highly dependent on your budget, it is advised that you go for courses affiliated with resorts. It just ensures a more hassle-free vacation. Let's now take a look at some renowned golf courses in Hawaii.

The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course
This course is built on million-year-old sand dunes in central Maui. The 18 holes are unique to America. It is built and designed like courses built centuries ago in the British Isles. It has a lit range with grass tees and a restaurant. There are 18 holes and 6840 yards.

Ellair Maui Golf Club
This club was opened in 1987. Initially, it was called Silversword. There are trade winds in the course usually in the mornings and the late afternoons. There are a lot of sand traps having medium or soft sand. A sand wedge having 12 or 14 degrees of bounce is necessary. This has 18 holes and 6404 yards.

Royal Kaanapali Golf Course
This demanding, distinctive, and appealing course is designed by architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr. It has large, contoured greens that emphasize on putting skill and also has one of the best finishing holes in the state, the par-four 18th hole. It has 18 holes and 6994 yards.

Kaanapali Golf Course
This course provides scenes of the West Maui coast and the neighboring islands of Molokai and Lanai. In winter, humpback whales can be seen cavorting offshore as the course snuggles up to the sea. There is a Sugar Cane Train, whose steam locomotive is a reminder of turn-of-the-century Hawaii. There are 18 holes and 6555 yards.

Other Golf Courses in Hawaii

The Big Island
  • Kona Country Club
  • Big Island Country Club
  • Hilo Municipal GC
  • Hapuna Golf Course
  • Volcano Golf & CC
  • Waimea Country Club
  • Discovery Harbor CC
  • Sea Mountain Golf Course
Oahu
  • Ala Wai Golf Course
  • Coral Creek GC
  • Hawaii Kai Golf Courses
  • Ko Olina Golf Club
  • Luanna Hills
  • Pali Golf Course
  • Pearl Country Club
  • West Loch Golf Course
Kauai
  • Puakea GC
  • Kukuiolono Golf Course
  • Princeville Resort GC
  • Kiahuna Golf Club
  • Wailua Golf Course
Maui
  • Maui Golf Courses
  • Grand Waikapu CC
  • Maui Country Club
  • Dunes at Maui Lani
  • Sandalwood Golf Course
  • Wailea Golf Club
  • Kaanapali Golf Courses
Kaanapali golf course green
Kona Country Club
Kaanapali Golf Course