Maui Golf Courses

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Dunes at Maui Lani
Built on million-year old sand dunes in central Maui, the Dunes at Maui Lani golf course is designed similar to the courses built centuries ago in the British Isles, as its 18 incomparable holes take advantage of Maui's natural, sloping island dune terrain.
Kaanapali Kai Golf Course
The Ka'anapali Kai Golf Course (formerly known as Ka'anapali South) offers panoramic views of the West Maui coastline, the neighbor islands of Lanai and Molokai and humpback whales in the winter months.
Makena North Course
The Makena North Course is well-known not only for its layout and great daily tournament playing conditions, but also for the best golfing weather in the world. It is home of the Hawaii State Open.

Maui Nui Golf Club
This course was designed with the tradewinds in mind. Many of the holes bring the wind into play. Recent improvements at the course include GPS and white sand bunkers.
Pukalani Country Club
Located at an elevation of 1,100 feet (335 m), Pukalani Country Club offers cooler playing conditions than oceanfront golf courses. The course features wide and hilly fairways and green surroundings.
Royal Kaanapali Golf Course
The Royal Ka'anapali Golf Course (formerly known as Ka'anapali North) is one of only two courses in Hawaii designed by the legendary architect Robert Trent Jones Sr., who took full advantage of the area's scenic beauty.
The Bay Course at Kapalua Resort
This course features an amazing hole – the par-3 fifth – which is built with the tee on one side of a Pacific inlet and the green on the other. The resort course also has gently rolling fairways and spacious greens.
The Plantation Course at Kapalua Resort
This par 73 course is the course of the champions. Here, the PGA TOUR Hyundai Tournament of Champions take place each year in January featuring an elite field of the previous year's PGA TOUR winners.
Wailea Golf Club Emerald Course
Rated one of the best new courses by Golf Digest and Golf Magazine, the Emerald Course at Wailea Golf Club features four to six tee boxes on every hole, allowing golfers to tailor the course to their skill level.
Wailea Golf Club Gold Course
The Gold Course is the most challenging courses of Wailea Golf Club's trio. Golf Magazine and Golf Digest ranked it among the country's best new courses.
Wailea Golf Club Old Blue Course
Ranked by Golf Digest as one of America's best resort courses, the Old Blue Course at Wailea Golf Club offers spectacular views of the azure-blue ocean, offshore islands and Mount Haleakala.