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Big Island Golf Package, Big Island Golf Courses, Big Island Golf Packages

Big Island Hawaii Golf Vacation Packages, Hawaii

Big Island Golf Resorts

Mauna Lani Bay Hotel
Four Seasons Resort Hualalai
Hapuna Beach Prince Resort
Mauna Lani Point
Hilton Waikoloa Village
Marriott Waikoloa Beach Resort

Big Island Hotel Options

Outrigger Keauhou Beach Hotel
Sheraton Keauhou Beach
Royal Kona Resort 
Big Island Condominium Options
The Islands at Mauna Lani
Villas at Mauna Lani Bay
Waikoloa Colony Villas
Outrigger Waikoloa Fairway Villas
Shores at Waikoloa
Outrigger Royal Sea Cliff
Outrigger Kanaloa at Kona
ResortQuest Kona by the Sea
Castle Kona Bali Kai 

Other Island Options



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The Big Island is the largest Hawaiian island. Built over five volcanoes, it is an island of contrasts. From the deserts of Ka'u to the rainforests of Hamakua, from the snow capped peak of Mauna Kea to the warm golden beaches of Kona, the island is still growing thanks to the world's most active volcano, Kilauea.

Visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and hike Kilauea, explore lava tubes, steam vents and sulphur banks, and marvel at the ancient petroglyphs. Kilauea, the world's most active volcano, has been spewing lava almost continuously since 1983. View the liquid fire of creation, flowing molten lava as it makes it's way over 20 miles downhill to the sea.

Mauna Kea, at over 13,000 feet above sea level, is the tallest volcano in Hawaii and, when measured from it's base on the ocean floor, is the world's tallest mountain. Visit the world class observatories on the peak of Mauna Kea but be prepared for thin air and possible snow. Flurries can happen even in summer. Mauna Loa, slightly shorter than Mauna Kea, spreads over half the island and is the world's largest volcano. The mountain's massive weight has created a depression in the ocean floor more than 5 miles deep!

Explore historic Hilo on the lush western coast. Waterfalls, orchids, lava caves, and tide pools abound on this tropical side of the Big Island. Drive to Ka Lae (South Point) to stand on the southernmost point of the United States. Watch the boats launch by being hoisted down over 400 foot cliffs to the sea. Hike a few miles over Ka Lae bluffs to the Green Sand Beach (yes, the sand really is green!).

Relax in the warmth of the Kona coast with it's beautiful beaches, world class golf courses, and spectacular resorts. Visit the black sand beach at the northern end of the road in Pololu, walk the Waikoloa Petroglyph fields, dive or snorkel for manta ray and sea turtles, indulge in fine dining. All the Big Island has to offer is waiting for you when you stay at our popular location on the island of Hawaii.


Big Island Golf Course Options

You may choose to play any of the courses listed as part of you package.

Courses you select will determine the final cost for your package.

Hapuna Golf Course

The Hapuna Golf Course is an 18-hole championship golf course nestled in the dramatic natural contours of the land from the shoreline to about 700 feet above sea level. The course offers spectacular views of the Kohala Coast and the Pacific Ocean while majestic Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, and Kohala Mountains form the backdrop. This course, which was named "GOLF Magazine's" 1998 list of "Gold Medal Resorts," was built on the side of a hill overlooking the ocean. It is a target type course with plenty of natural vegetation in play. Water hazards (three lakes) come into play on four holes. There are also some transitional or waste bunkers that are part of the course's design.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72, 6,875 Yards, Rated 72.1, Slope Rated 134


Kona CC Ocean Course

Kona Country Club's Ocean course offers difficulty to golfers because the course is situated very close to the shoreline and has a strong crosswind. Being so close to the ocean, golfers may even get sprayed by ocean mist. The handicap-one hole, number 8, a 355-yard strong dogleg right features a long right fairway bunker lodged in the bend and a small green bunkered on the left. Out-of-bounds markers line the right side of this par-four hole. Two of the Kona Country Club's back nine holes, the 12th and 13th, play along the ocean, giving additional hazards.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72, 6,579 Yards, Rated 71.6, Slope Rated 129


Kona CC Muntain Course

Kona Country Club at Keauhou Bay offers numerous golfing experiences. Golfers find themselves playing over lava tube blow holes, look over onto the Pacific Ocean or admire ancient Hawaiian archeological sites. Amazing ocean views from every hole! The fairways are concurrent to the ocean, and everything, including most greens, break toward the ocean. The 7th hole, the number-one handicap 420-yard par four, is a favorite hole. This hole features an elevated tee shot to a narrow landing area, and two right fairway bunkers and impinging lava. To make this tee shot successful, a gentle "right-to-left" shot should give you an advantage over the approaching sloping fairway.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72, 6,471 Yards, Rated 71.5, Slope Rated 133


Big Island Country Club

A true Pete/Perry Dye course, Located at the 2500 foot elevation in the cool mountain air above Kona. The course has Bent grass greens and Bermuda fairways with spectacular water features. Five sets of tee boxes ranging from 4,600-7,200 yards give all caliber of players the proper challenge. The 17th hole island green is their signature hole. This course is at a higher elevation than typical Hawaiian courses. The fairways are slightly rolling and play host to over 2,000 types of vegetation. The medium-sized greens are undulating and moderate in speed. Two holes have large trees in the middle of the fairway. The greens, as well as the fairways, remain in excellent condition throughout the year. Water comes into play on nine holes.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72; 6,661 yards, Rated 73.9, Slope Rated 136


Makalei Hawaii CC

The setting for this exceptional full service country club is very spectacular. The course is routed through the lava fields at elevations of 2,100 to 2,800 feet. This location provides unbelievable views of the island and the coastline below. The added elevation make shot selections interesting and the courses design makes for an enjoyable day of golf. The facilities and dining room are all first class, and you will be treated as a member for the day. The greens are fast and require a delicate touch in order to score well here.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72, 7,091 Yards, Rated 73.5, Slope Rated 143


Mauna Kea Course

The incomparable Mauna Kea Golf Course offers golfers the perfect challenge to match their level of play. Created by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., the 18-hole championship course presents dramatic changes in elevation, large undulating greens, and 120 well-placed bunkers. There are incredible panoramic sweeps of sea and land, featuring snow-capped Mauna Kea, rugged lava beds, and the sparkling blue Pacific. One of the most spectacular features is the famous Third Hole -- where surging inlet water races to meet the rocky shoreline, affording one of the most breathtaking views in golf today.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72, 7,114 Yards, Rated 73.6, Slope Rated 135


Mauna Lani South

Mauna Lani Golf Club South Course fairways are composed of Bermuda grass and the rough is rather thick. Most of the fairways are lined by the natural rough along with pahoehoe and a'a lava rock. Lava rock must definitely be avoided as if you are lucky enough to have your ball bounce back to the fairway your ball will never be the same again. The South Course highlights are two holes that play beside the ocean. Hole #15, a par 3, requires a tee shot over the ocean to the green and is one of the most photographed holes in the world. Hole #7, another par 3, borders the ocean and during the winter months golfers can enjoy watching humpback whales migrating offshore. Most of the greens are flat and you can roll your ball to the flag. The speed of the greens is sometimes hard to determine and there are many subtle breaks.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72, 7,029 Yards, Rated 73.1, Slope Rated 133


Mauna Lani North

Mauna Lani Golf Club North course with its sinuous brown forms of pahoehoe (smooth) lava, emphasizes rolling fairways. Groves of twisted kiawe trees along the fairway edges and a more pronounced topography make the holes seem quite a contrast from the south 18. Water hazards come into play, and several holes are contiguous with the ocean. There are as many as five different tee positions on most of the holes to give golfers a wide range of options in meeting the challenging conditions. The North Courses rolling terrain and groves of Kiawe trees come into play.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72, 6,993 Yards, Rated 73.2, Slope Rated 136


Waikoloa Beach Course

Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., the resort-style Beach Course is literally carved through the magnificent lava flows along Anaeho'omalu Bay. The Beach course features numerous sand bunkers, brilliant water holes and the most spectacular oceanfront par-five in Hawaii on the 502-yard, twelfth hole. Carved through the magnificent lava-flows along Anaecho'omalu Bay, the Beach course is a challenging yet scenic golf course that runs along the Pacific Ocean where views of breaching whales and vistas of the other Hawaiian Islands are not uncommon.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72, 6,566 Yards, Rated 71.5, Slope Rated 133


Waikola Kings Course

Designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, the Par 72 links, 7,000 yard layout features six major lakes and approximately 75 bunkers. The sophisticated bunker strategy and multiple tee placements work together to create a challenging course. The Kings' Course is more of links-style design because of its deep sand bunkers and ocean winds. This Scottish-links style layout features numerous pot bunkers, undulating fairways multiple tee placements and lava outcroppings throughout. Upon opening in 1990, the Kings' Course was ranked as one of the top new courses you can play by Golf Digest. A LPGA tournament was held here in 1992. Carved through the magnificent lava-flows along Anaecho'omalu Bay, the Kings' course is the golfer's avenues into an area steeped in history and legend. Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish built the Kings' Course to challenge the better player with undulating fairways.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72, 7,074 Yards, Rated 73.9, Slope Rated 133


Waimea CC

Set in a beautiful valley between the slopes of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa this excellent golf course is a Scottish links style course that plays its way through beautiful eucalyptus groves and native brush. The course can be a tough test when the trade winds blow. But the relaxing setting in this lovely ranchland will make for a peaceful day of golfing enjoyment. The Ranch House Restaurant nearby is home to some of the finest beef dinners you will have anywhere.

Championship Tees Course Rating: 18 Holes; Par 72, 6,661 Yards, Rated 72.1, Slope Rated 132