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Maui Golf Courses

Where to find golf courses on the island of Maui. Includes both private golf courses and public golf courses on Maui.

West Maui Golf Courses

Kaanapali Golf Courses
There are two 18 hole golf courses on the grounds of the Kaanapali Resort Development. The Royal Kaanapali Golf Course which first opened in 1962 and the Kaanapali Kai Golf Course, located north of Lahaina and south of Napili Bay and Kapalua.

Kapalua Golf Courses

There are three 18-hole golf courses on the grounds of the Kapalua Resort, (1) the 7411 yard, par 73 Kapalua Plantation Course, the 6600 yard, par 72 Kapalua Bay Course, and the 6317 yard, par 70 Village Course. Hotels near those golf courses include the Kapalua Bay Hotel and the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua. Kapalua is the home of the Mercedes Benz Golf Championship, the Kapalua LPGA Classic women's golf tournament, and the Kapalua Clambake Pro-Am Golf Tournament. Kapalua is located on the west coast of Maui, north of Kaanapali and Napili Bay and south of Honokohau Bay. The Kapalua Golf Course first opened in 1991. Located at 300 Kapalua Drive in Lahaina. For more information call 808-669-8044.

Waiehu Municipal Golf Course
The 18 hole, par 72 golf Maui County municipal course is a great place to play a low-cost game of golf but it's a good idea to make reservations here well in advance. The first 9 holes of this course were built in 1920 and the second 9 holes were built about 40 years later, which makes this course almost feel like you are playing on two 9 hole golf courses. Located on the north coast of West Maui, north of Wailuku Town, off of Highway 340, on Halewaiu Road

Isthmus of Maui Golf Courses

Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course
The 18 hole Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course was designed by golf course architect Robin Nelson and it first opened in 1999. Facilities include a golf school, a lighted driving range, a restaurant, a pro shop, and a banquet room. Located in the Isthmus of Maui on the south side of Kahului Town. The wind makes this a difficult course.

East Maui Golf Courses

Elleair Maui Golf Club
Facilities at the 6404 yard Elleair Golf Course include a new driving range, a golf school, on-course ice water stations, and a pro shop. The course was designed by W. J. Noewis and it first opened in 1987. The Elleair Golf course is located in the town of Kihei on the inland side of Highway 31.

Makena Golf Courses
The Makena Golf Course is located on the grounds of the Makena Resort Development on the south coast of East Maui, south of Kihei and Wailea and north of Ahihi Bay. The Makena Resort has two 18 hole golf courses: the 6914 yard, 72 par Makena North Course and the Makena South Course which was closed in May of 2008 for renovations being directed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr.

Pukalani Golf and Country Club (upcountry)
The 160 acre Pukalani Golf Course is an 18 hole, 6962 yard, par 72 course in upcountry Maui. It was designed by golf course architect Bob Baldock and built in 1980. Located at an elevation of about 1100 feet, on the grounds of the Pukalani Country Club, in Makawao, on the slopes of Mount Haleakala.

Wailea Golf Courses
There are three golf courses on the grounds of the Wailea Resort Development in East Maui, the 6765 yard Wailea Old Blue Course, the 7078 yard Wailea Gold Course and the newest Wailea golf course, the 6825 yard Wailea Emerald Course. For several years The Wailea Golf Course was the home of the Wendy's Champions Skins Game. Located southeast coast of Maui south of Kihei and north of Makena

See also:
- About Golfing on Maui
- Golf Courses on Other Islands
- Other Maui Activities



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