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Maui Golf Package

Travelers worldwide have long known the island of Maui as a spectacular vacation paradise. The resort areas on this tropical paradise offer something for every visitor. From hideaway beaches to active nightlife, you will find a wealth of vacation options. The three Maui resort areas of Kaanapali, Kapalua, and Wailea feature spectacular hotels and condominiums that offer fabulous service to visitors from throughout the world. Golfers are challenged by a variety of Maui golf courses. From seaside links to mountainside courses golfers will find something here for every player.

Maui is referred to as "The Valley Isle" because of the two volcanic mountain ranges that form the west and east parts of the island. The valley that sits in the middle of the two magnificent island is the center of the islands activity and were the main airport lies. If there is one reason for Maui's enduring popularity it is it's diversity -- the island's uncanny ability to dazzle and soothe almost at the same time.The second largest island in the Hawaiian chain, Maui is 48 miles long and 26 miles across. But into that space is packed long, sandy beaches, tropical rainforests, rolling green pasture lands, dryland forests, and spectacular rocky cliffs.Maui is home to several top beaches in the world and is known for the vast array of choices of activities and attractions.

Maui's beaches are legend. Pristine and sheltered, especially on the leeward coasts, they have been lauded on top 10 lists for years. The beach fronting the Kapalua Bay Hotel is among the best. But you can't dismiss the stretch of white sand at Kaanapali, or the beaches of Kihei and the continuous coves at Wailea and Makena.

Your Maui visit can be just about anything you want it to be. If what you need is an escape by snorkeling in warm, clear waters, or perhaps just surf, sand and golf. Maui has some of the best. If a vacation without learning is no vacation at all, there are specialized programs available for everyone from the history buff to the outdoorsman.For accommodation choices Maui has it all. There are the luxury resorts that line Maui's south and west shores; resorts that take a back seat to no other destination. There are condominiums that offer moderately-priced vacations to families and the budget-minded. Although Maui's average temperature is between 75 and 85 degrees, in one day you can huddle at the top of Haleakala Crater watching a sunrise in 40 degree weather, sit on the sand at Kihei enjoying the tradewinds at noon, and watch the sun set in the west in the cooler evenings.

Kapalua Resort Golf Packages

The Kapalua Resort is home to two of Maui's finest courses. The Kapalua Plantation Course is home of the PGA Tours Tournament of Champions that is the highlight of January each year. In addition to this stunning course Kapalua features the Kapalua Bay Course that is the former home of the LPGA Tour and is one of the most scenic courses on Maui.

There are Two outstanding resorts available in Kapalua each offering world class accommodations and services:

The Kapalua Villas  >


The Ritz Carlton Kapalua  >

Wailea Resort Golf Packages

Wailea Resort is on Maui's sunny south shore and features some of the best beaches on Maui. This complete resort features three championship golf courses as well a some of Maui's finest hotels and condominium properties. Wailea is home to shopping, dinning and every from of acctivity you could ask for. Favored by world travelers Wailea is a special place to spend your Maui vacation.

Wailea is home to Maui's best selection of world class accommodations.















The Four Seasons Resort Maui  >

The Hyatt Andaz Wailea  >

The Grand Wailea Resort  >

The Fairmont Kea Lani Resort  >

Marriott Wailea Beach Resort  >

The Wailea Elua Village  >

Wailea Grand Champions Villas  >

The Wailea Ekahi Village  >

Kaanapali Resort Golf Packages

Historically home to Hawaii's royalty The Kaanapali Resort offers the best of what Maui is famous for. Sunshine almost year round and Maui's best beach. The twin sides of Kaanapali Beach is split by the famous "Black Rock" know for exceptional snorkeling and the best sand on the island, Kaaanapali is heaven on earth. The resort features exceptional world class accommodation choices to fit any desire. There is excellent shopping and dinning in the heart of the resort at The Whalers' Village. The Resort is home to 2 outstanding championship courses The Royal North and Kai South. You have the opportunity to be nearby Lahaina the original capital of Hawaii and famous Front Street for great shopping and dinning.






Hyatt Regency Maui Resort  >

Westin Maui Resort  >

Sheraton Maui Resort  >

Honua Kai Resort and Spa  >

Kaanapali Alii Resort Condominiums  >

Mahana at Kaanapali Beach  >

Kaanapali Beach Hotel  >

Kaanapali Shores Resort  >

Westin Kaanapali Resort Villas  >

 Royal Lahaina Resort  >  

Maui Golf Courses

You may choose to play any of the courses listed as part of you package. Courses you select will determine the final cost for your package.

 

The Dunes at Maui Lani














The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course is built on million-year old sand dunes located in central Maui. Its 18 holes are unique to anything in America because of the terrain upon which they are set, and the design techniques which were deployed by the course's architect. The 6,840-yard par 72 Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course is designed much like the courses built centuries ago in the British Isles, as its holes take full advantage of the natural, sloping island dune terrain. That is why creativity, finesse, strategy, and good shot-making are all part of the Dunes experience. In addition to good golf, The Dunes has the only lit range with grass tees in central Maui, and is home to the newly opened Dunes Restaurant; all very conveniently located in central Maui.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72; 6840 yards, Rated 73.5, Slope Rated 136

 

Maui Nui Golf Club














The Maui Nui Golf Club formerly known as Elleair Maui Golf Club,  located in Kihei,  is suitable for any player or skill-level. Features include an inviting opening hole, reachable par 5's, exceptional views of the Pacific, Mt. Haleakala, Molokini, and the West Maui mountains, and the prevailing trade winds test the golfer and reward smart play. The trade winds hit the course usually in the mornings and late afternoons, and the course was designed with this in mind as many of the holes bring the wind into play. Very interesting layout and very well maintained! Lots of sand traps with medium soft sand. A sand wedge with 12 or 14 degrees of bounce is essential! Soft greens, cushy fairways, and fluffy rough. Pay attention to the grain!

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72; 6404 yards, Rated 73.2, Slope Rated 135

 

Royal Kaanapali North Course














The Royal Kaanapali North Course is one of only two golf courses in all of Hawaii designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. The legendary architect took full advantage of the region's scenic natural beauty to create a course that is distinctive, demanding and appealing. The North is typically Trent Jones Sr., with large, contoured greens that place the emphasis on putting skill. It also boasts one of the best finishing holes in the state, the par-four 18th hole that Arnold Palmer, during the Canada Cup, called one of the most challenging holes he'd played.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 71; 6994 yards, Rated 71.8, Slope Rated 129

 

Kaanapali Kai South Course













The Kaanapali Kai South Course offers sweeping views of the West Maui coast, the neighbor islands of Molokai and Lanai, and in the winter, humpback whales cavorting offshore, what golf could offer more! Arthur Jack Snyder designed 18-hole course includes a par 71 and 6,250 yards that snuggles up to the sea. Not to mention the whimsical Sugar Cane Train, whose steam locomotive, a reminder of turn-of-the-century Hawaii, chugs past on its way to the historic whaling town of Lahaina.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 71; 6555 yards, Rated 71.2, Slope Rated 126

 

Kahilli Golf Course













Formerly known as Sandalwood, The Kahili Golf Course is nestled in the foothills of the scenic West Maui Mountains, the course takes advantage of the local terrain and Hawaiian Trade Winds to create a unique golf experience. The Kahili Golf Course is conveniently located in Waikapu, a mere 10 minutes from Kahului airport and 30 minutes from the Wailea and Ka'anapali Resort Hotels. Uniquely positioned on the the slopes of the West Maui Mountains, this world-class layout affords stunning views of majestic Haleakala and the sapphire Pacific. Carved out of the foothills of the scenic West Maui Mountains. Golfers will enjoy panoramic views of the West Maui Mountains and Pacific Ocean.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72, 6537 yards, Rated 71.9, Slope Rated 130

 

Kapalua Bay Course













There is no better place in the world to experience golf than at Kapalua. The Kapalua Bay Course features a spectacular hole, the par-3 fifth, that is built with the tee on one side of a Pacific inlet and the green on the other. Arnold Palmer and Francis Duane designed The Bay Course. The forerunner of Kapalua's three championship golf courses, The Bay Course is a 6,600-yard par 72 with gently rolling fairways and generous greens. The Bay Course is an excellent example of resort golf at its best.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72; 6600 yards, Rated 72.1, Slope Rated 136

 

Kapalua Plantation Course













The par 73, 7,263-yard Plantation Course, is the course of the PGA TOUR Mercedes Championships each January featuring an elite field of previous year's PGA TOUR winners. Play the course where Ernie Ells shot 32 in 2003! A treat to play at least once in your life. Boasting three world-class golf courses, the state's largest staff of PGA professionals, some of Maui's most spectacular views, a bevy of prestigious accolades, and a state-of-the-art Golf Academy, Kapalua is considered by many as the "golf mecca of the Pacific." The grand scale of the course designed by Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore unfurls across natural geographic formations and pineapple plantation fields that take your breath away.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 73; 7263 yards, Rated 74.9, Slope Rated 138

 

 Wailea Gold Course













The most challenging of Wailea's trio. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., it has been ranked among the country's best new courses by Golf Magazine and Golf Digest, and one of the world's best designed by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler. Jones flavored the Gold with elements of classic golf course design, then finished it with a rugged, natural look. Throughout the course are stark lava rock outcroppings, indigenous Hawaiian grasses, an abundance of kiawe (a relative of mesquite), and remnants of papohaku, prehistoric lava rock walls built by early Hawaiians and preserved for their historic value. The Gold's 200 foot elevation change from top to bottom enhances the numerous ocean and mountain vistas available from virtually every hole. The course has been labeled a "thinking player's" course because it demands strategy and careful club selection to be played well.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72; 7078 yards, Rated 73.4, Slope Rated 137

 

 Wailea Emerald Course













Formally rated one of the best new courses by Golf Magazine and Golf Digest, as well as one of North America's most women-friendly by Golf for Women, the Wailea Emerald is akin to a lush tropical playground. Flowers bloom in great abundance: plumeria, bird of paradise, allamanda, gazenia, bougainvillea. A true delight for any golfer. Don't be fooled by the Emerald's pleasant appearance. It is a superbly designed course created for pure golf enjoyment, regardless of one's handicap. Measuring 6,825 yards from the back, the Emerald features four to six tee boxes on every hole, allowing players to tailor the course to their playing level. Notable features include a large double green shared by holes #10 and #17. Fronting the green is the only lake on the course. This is perhaps one of the Emerald's more picturesque spots.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72; 6825 yards, Rated 71.7, Slope Rated 130

 

Wailea Old Blue













The first course ever built in Wailea, the stately Blue is a gracious resort course that has been ranked among America's best resort courses by Golf Digest. In its lifetime, it has hosted such prestigious events as the LPGA Women's Kemper Open and Japan's Asahi-Kyosen pro/celebrity golf tournament. The Blue's fairways offer views of the ocean and Mt. Haleakala, and some of Wailea's stunning residential communities. It features several fountains and lakes, and an abundance of colorful hibiscus, wiliwili trees, bougainvillea and plumeria. The Blue was designed to appeal to a broad range of players. While it has challenged some of the finest professional players in the world, it also offers a measure of forgiveness in its wider fairways and large greens. Like its sister courses, the worst hazards on the blue are the visual ones: the sapphire Pacific Ocean (where one can spot humpback whales during the winter months), several offshore islands, a volcanic cinder cone known as Pu'u Olai and majestic Mount Haleakala.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72; 6758 yards, Rated 72.2, Slope Rated 129

 

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