Where Champions Come to Play

Ka'anapali Royal Course

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Greens Fee, per person - $159
Rental Clubs - $85

1st tee time: 7:36am
2nd tee time: 7:48am
3rd tee time: 8:00am
4th tee time: 8:12am
5th tee time: 8:22am
6th tee time: 8:34am

The Royal Ka'anapali Course is a Par 71 that stretches to 6,700 yards from the championship tees. The course was opened in 1962 and is one of only two Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed courses in all of Hawaii. The signature hole is the beautiful 5th that takes you directly down to Ka'anapali and Black Rock Beach.

Robert Trent Jones Sr took advantage of the rolling landscape to create gently sloping fairways and large contoured greens to ensure a challenging approach to each hole. You will have views of the two neighboring islands (Molokai and Lanai) from almost every hole on the course. 

The Royal Ka'anapali Course begins at sea level with a par 5 hole extending 550 yards. The course hugs the shoreline before winding its way to the West Maui Mountain foothills. Legendary Arnold Palmer was quoted as saying that the 18th hole was one of the best and most challenging finishing holes he had ever played. The 449 yard hole plays longer than it looks, hugging the brackish water canal the entire length of the fairway and green, making it a memorable last hole. A local tip that will be sure to aid you while playing this difficult par 4 is that all the putts on this green break towards the island of Lanai.

Ka'anapali Kai  Golf Course

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Greens Fee, per person - $129
Rental Clubs - $85

1st tee time: 7:34am
2nd tee time: 7:46am
3rd tee time: 7:58am
4th tee time: 8:10am
5th tee time: 8:22am
6th tee time: 8:34am

Ka'anapali Kai Course was originally designed by architect Arthur Jack Snyder in 1976, but was recently renovated by one of Hawaii's most prolific golf course architects Robin Nelson. At 6400 yards, the Par 70 course is now more forgiving and features subtle, undulating greens that suits all levels of play. The newly designed course even made headlines when chosen in 2008 to host the Ladies Only Big Break Ka'anapali.

Additional features that make the course enjoyable include natural canals, trenches and lava rock boundaries which lie along many of the holes. The course is also beautifully landscaped with native flowers such as the Hawaii state flower Hibiscus, Bougainvillea and wonderfully smelling Plumeria, not to mention the prevalent Norfolk Pines and Coconut Trees that border many fairways.

With sweeping views of the West Maui Coast and neighbor islands Molokai and Lanai, the Kaanapali Kai Course is unquestionably one of the top courses on the island. To add to these great views if playing here between November and April you may even be lucky enough to spot humpback whales cavorting offshore.

Bay Course

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Greens Fee, per person - $229
Rental Clubs - $79

1st tee time: 7:36am
2nd tee time: 7:42am
3rd tee time: 7:48am
4th tee time: 7:57am
5th tee time: 8:11am
6th tee time: 8:21am

The Bay Course opened in 1975 and in that time has hosted over 20 major professional tournaments - the most of any neighbor island course in the state of Hawaii. From the first live prime-time televised event in golf at the 1983 Kapalua International to the Kapalua LPGA classic some 25 years later, The Bay Course has consistently faced the best players in golf and withstood the test of time and technology.

Great champions and stories have emerged here, such as Greg Norman’s first win on America soil, Ian Woosnam and David Llwellyn’s thrilling victory for Wales in the World Cup of Golf and Morgan Pressel’s nail-biting win at the Kapalua LPGA classic.  Two of the most popular PGA players ever, Fred Couples and Davis Love III, have each earned victories here - twice.

The Bay Course is a championship course that is as challenging as it is beautiful. Known for its breathtaking 17th hole, the only hole to play over the ocean on Maui, it should certainly be on the "must play” list for any golfer visiting Maui.

*For those interested in golf, select your tee time and confirm your foursome once on site.

Plantation Course

Friday, March 20, 2020

Greens Fee, per person - $359
Rental Clubs - $79

1st tee time: 7:40am
2nd tee time: 7:49am
3rd tee time: 7:58am
4th tee time: 8:07am
5th tee time: 8:16am
6th tee time: 8:30am

Consistently ranked as the #1 golf course in Hawaii, playing The Plantation Course is sure to be on every golfer’s bucket list. Designed by Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore, the course was designed on a grand scale in keeping with its location on the slopes of the West Maui Mountains and offers dramatic ocean views from virtually every hole. Its lengthy 7,596 yard par 73 layout challenges the pros but it’s wide fairways and generous greens make it very playable for the average golfer. With dramatic elevation changes, this course offers plenty of downhill tee shots. You’ll feel like one of the pros when - with the aid of  the aggressive slope of the 18th fairway - you will enjoy hitting one of the longest drives of your life.

The Plantation Course is the site of the PGA TOUR's Sentry Tournament of Champions each January featuring an elite field of previous year's PGA TOUR winners. The field has included golf greats such as Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, Justin Leonard, Ernie Els, Davis Love III and many more.

*For those interested in golf, select your tee time and confirm your foursome once on site.