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Golfing on Maui

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Maui Nui Golf Club

Located in Kihei, Maui Nui Golf Club rivals any other golf course in Maui and is suitable for any player or skill level. The beautiful greens offer exceptional views of the Pacific Ocean, Auau channel, Mt. Haleakala, Molokini, and the West Maui mountains. Call to reserve your tee time: 808.874.0777

 

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Kahili Golf Course

The Kahili Golf Course is a favorite on the island of Maui for its beautiful course layout and affordable cost. An 18-hole wonder with beautiful panoramic views of the Wailuku area, this 72-par course is a moderate challenge that promotes a sense of relaxation rather than frustration. Practice facilities include a driving range, chipping and putting greens to keep you in good practice.

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Blue Golf Course

Also called the “Grand Lady of Wailea,” Old Blue is the oldest of the three courses in the Wailea Golf Resort, which lies in the shadow of the dormant volcano Mt. Haleakala. Featuring wide fairways and beautiful large greens, Blue is a friendly and forgiving 18-holes of golf. A 19th-hole called Mulligans is the toast of the resort, with an inviting, lively atmosphere that includes excellent food and quality cocktails.

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Royal Kaanapali and Kaanapali Kai Golf Courses

Two fantastic 18-hole golf courses are yours to conquer at the famous Kaanapali Golf Resort. Home to several prestigious golf competitions, both the Royal Kaanapali and Kaanapali Kai courses are memorable in their layout and setting, offering beautiful views and rolling greens for a challenging day of play. The Royal Kaanapali course is par 71, and Kaanapali Kai is a par 70-course tucked closer in to the mountains of West Maui.

Wailea Gold Golf Course
Wailea Gold Golf Course

Declared one of the country’s best new golf courses when it opened in 1994, the Gold course is the most challenging of Wailea Golf Resort. Offering a rugged design and natural rolling terrain, Wailea Gold was also recognized by Maui’s historical society for its efforts to protect the prehistoric lava rock walls throughout the path. Requiring significant strategy in approach, this 18-hole course remains a joy for its spectacular views and rewarding tees.