Kahana Golf

Guests who are staying at Kahana and looking to play a game of golf are out of luck as there are no Kahana Golf courses. If you are eager to play a round of golf then you don’t have to worry. There are world-class golf courses just a few minutes away from Kahana.

 

You can choose to go South to the town of Kaanapali or North to Kapalua. If you prefer a challenging course with the wind working against you check out Kapalua. Its location is less protected from the trade winds and you can expect the winds to make the game more difficult, especially if you are playing in the afternoon. You can choose from the Bay Course or the Plantation Course which are the two options at the Kapalua Golf Course. If you head to Kaanapali then you can choose to play in either the Kaanapali Kai Golf Course or the Royal Kaanapali Golf Course. The Royal Kaanapali Golf Course is one of the ONLY two Robert Trent Jones Sr.’s golf courses.

Kapalua Golf Course – Kapalua Golf – The Plantation Course

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This golf course in Lahaina is a dream course for most avid golfers. This is the host for the PGA Tour’s annual Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Playing here can be a bit tricky since winds get in the way. However, the views you can see from the course are amazing. Casual and avid golfers can have an exciting and stimulating game here.

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Kaanapali Golf Course – Royal Kaanapali Golf Course

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Royal Kaanapali Golf Course opened in 1962 and is the first resort golf course in Hawaii. Prepare for an eye-catching view of Molokai and Lanai during the game as this might ruin your focus. Remember that even the legendary Arnold Palmer once concluded that the 18th hole is one of the most challenging finishing holes he’s ever played. Lastly, the Royal Kaanapali Golf Course is one of the ONLY two Robert Trent Jones Sr.’s golf designs.

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