Hawaii Golf Vacations

The Hawaiian Islands are home to some of the world’s most spectacular golf courses, providing a challenge to the skill of both professionals and amateurs alike.  Any severe golfer planning a Hawaii vacation will savour the experience of playing some of these magnificent courses.

Golf On Oahu

Oahu has more golf courses than any other island, so the choice becomes which course to choose? Here are some of the most popular ones.

Coral Creek Golf course: Hawaii Prince Golf Club: Ko Olina Golf Club: Koolau Golf Club
Luana Hills Country Club: Makaha Resort & Golf Club: Pearl Country Club: Waikele Club
Turtle Bay Golf Club

Golf On The Big Island

Play golf at one of the 20 great courses on the Big Island and play amongst striking contrasts of lush green fairways and greens, brilliant white bunkers, black lava rock and azure blue Pacific waters. A couple of the top courses on the Big Island are the Kona Country Club and the Mauna Key Golf Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr.

Golf On Kaui

Golfers can play nine courses including courses designed by Jack Nicklaus and Robert Trent Jones Jr. Poipu Bay Golf Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., is considered to be one of the best courses on the islands and has hosted the star-studded PGA Grand Slam of Golf for 13 consecutive years.

Golf On Maui

Choose from 16 courses, and you will see why it is difficult to imagine a more dramatic setting for these 18 hole masterpieces. Regardless of your score, you will be the envy of all of your friends. Ka’anapali Golf Courses and the Wailea Golf Club should be on your list to play.

Golf On Lanai

Play a round of golf at two world-class courses on the island. Jack Nicklaus and Experience designed the Challenge at Manele at Koele was designed by Greg Norman and Ted Robinson. Both directions consistently rank amongst the finest in the world.

Golf On Molokai

Play a round of golf on one of the two golf courses on the island. Ironwood Hills is a public nine-hole course on Molokai’s rugged north shore, while the Kaluakoi Resort Golf Course is situated on the west end of the island.