Hawaii must surely be golf heaven. It’s not surprising that it is one of the most popular destinations of choice for avid golfers and travelers world wide. We have visited approximately 14 Hawaii golf resorts through our travels and always leave wanting more.
Hawaii is blessed with amazing scenery, perfect weather conditions and world class championship golf courses. There are a variety of breathtaking course layouts as each of Hawaii’s 6 islands offer a unique experience. From scenic seaside water hazards to holes lined by lush tropical forest to perfectly manicured greens adjacent to ancient volcanic rough, these marvelous golf resorts are some of the best in the world.
Many of the Island courses host top PGA Tour events including the Hyundai Tournament Of Champions, the LPGA Classic, the Sony Open, the PGA Classic and many more. There are over 70 magnificent golf courses and luxurious resorts to choose from over the six tropical islands.
One of the best features of Hawaii golf vacations is the wide variety of things to do in addition to golfing. The breathtaking scenery throughout the islands makes for very enjoyable sightseeing. The island culture is one of warmth and friendliness and the legendary Aloha spirit is alive and well. And the island resorts and amenities are world class. All of these things combine to make Hawaii a truly magical vacation destination.
This section of our website is devoted to sharing some of our experiences at the numerous Hawaii golf resorts that we have enjoyed. These are some of the best courses on the planet!
The Princeville at Hanalei is a spectacular ocean view resort on Kauai’s north shore. It has a beautiful tropical setting just a few minute away from the picturesque Napali coast. The Princeville is home to the Prince Golf Course and Makai Golf Course which are both championship golf courses designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
The St. Regis Princeville Resort provides luxurious accomodation with all of the amenities expected of a world class hotel. After the round of golf, you can relax at the spa in the hotel and then indulge in an exquisite evening of fine dining. Read more…
Located on beautiful Maui, the second largest Hawaiian island, are the Kaanapali Resorts. You have a choice of six luxurious vacation club resorts or five world class luxury hotels. These hotels and luxury condos have it all from lush gardens, swimming pools, and mini waterfalls. Our preference is to stay at the Royal Lahaina Resort where every room faces the Pacific Ocean.
The Kaanapali Golf Resort operates two courses. The Royal (north course) that hosts the annual Champions Tour Skins Game and the Kai (south course) which is a little shorter and is more suited to the average golfer. Both courses never lose sight of the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean. Read more…
The Waikoloa Beach Resort was one of our favorite golf resort vacations. For those of us who cut our eye-teeth playing golf courses amongst the boreal forest of Canada or the cactus strewn golf courses in the Sonoran desert, a golf experience on the islands of Hawaii will come as an out-of-life experience. Read more…
The Makaha Resort Golf Club is like golfing in paradise. And it’s just a few miles from the famous Waikiki Beach. Read more about this perfect Hawaii golf vacation. Read more…
Just six miles south of Kona, in the village of Keauhou, is the Kona Country Club. This complex contains two golf courses, the Ocean Course and the Mountain Course.
Ewa Beach Golf Club
Ko Olina Golf Course
Turtle Bay Resort
Kapalua Plantation Course
Wailea Golf Club
Waikoloa Village Golf Club
Mauna Kea Resort
Mauna Lani Resort
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