Big Island Golf Courses

Big Island Golf Courses

You may choose any course listed to be included in your Big Island Golf Package. Your Golf Tee Times are pre booked and guaranteed in advance as part of our packages. Your final package will be adjusted to reflect your choices.

Mauna Kea Golf Course

Mauna Kea Golf

The multi-award winning Mauna Kea Golf Course has led the way in standards of course beauty and design since 1964, solidifying its place in Hawaii’s history as one of the most scenic and favored golf courses. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr., the 18-hole championship course presents dramatic changes in elevation, large undulating greens and 120 well-placed bunkers. The spectacular signature hole is the famous third, where surging inlet water races to meet the rocky shoreline, affording one of the most dramatic and breathtaking views of any course today.

Mauna Kea includes world-class practice facilities to elevate your game while enjoying epic vistas of the Kohala Coast’s rolling waves, panoramic views of the sea and land, snow-capped Mauna Kea Volcano, rugged lava beds and the sparkling blue Pacific.

18 Holes; Par 72, 7,114 Yards, Rated 73.6, Slope Rated 135

Mauna Lani South Course

Mauna Lani South
Mauna Lani’s South Course is home to Hole #15, one of the most photographed over-the-water golf course holes in the world. Renowned as the former home to the annual Senior Skins Game from 1990 – 2000, the course snakes through the stark, rugged a’a lava of the prehistoric Kaniku lava flow. The challenging South Course offers the golfer a panorama of mountain and ocean views. Fairways composed of Bermuda grass 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 be damaged. Signature holes on the South Course that play beside the ocean are the famous Hole #15 and Hole #7, another par 3, borders the ocean and during the winter months golfers can enjoy watching humpback whales migrating offshore.

18 Holes; Par 72, 7,029 Yards, Rated 73.1, Slope Rated 133

Mauna Lani North Course

Mauna Lani North

Mauna Lani’s North Course has fast become one of the most popular tournament venues on the Island. Rated as one of the best golf experiences on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Built on a lava bed, the North is characterized by rolling terrain punctuated by Kiawe forests. A 230-acre protected archaeological district lies on the northern boundary of the golf course. Herds of feral goats frequent the entire golf course, moving from hole to hole throughout the day.

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. With the 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.

18 Holes; Par 72, 6,993 Yards, Rated 73.2, Slope Rated 136

Waikoloa Beach Course

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.

18 Holes; Par 72, 6,566 Yards, Rated 71.5, Slope Rated 133

Hapuna Golf Course

Hapuna Golf Course

Hapuna Golf Course offers spectacular views of the Kohala Coast and the Pacific Ocean while majestic Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, and Kohala Mountains form the backdrop. With its seemingly endless views and dramatic elevation changes beginning at sea level and rising to 700 feet, Hapuna Golf Course nestles into the rugged desert terrain above the west shore of Hawaii’s Big Island.

This Arnold Palmer / Ed Seay designed course is a championship links-style design that was built in 1992 and stretches to just under 6900 yards. Its challenging play and environmental sensitivity make it one of Hawaii’s most unique golf courses. The Pacific Ocean serves as the picture perfect backdrop and can be seen from every hole. Teeing off at just under 700 feet of elevation, the signature par-4 12th hole provides one of the most spectacular panoramic views on the Big Island, where the island of Maui is visible in the distance. Hapuna Golf Course is also favored among locals and therefore has gained a reputation as one of Big Island’s hidden gems.

18 Holes; Par 72, 6,875 Yards, Rated 72.1, Slope Rated 134

Kona CCC Ocean Course

Kona Ocean Course

The William Bell designed Ocean Course was built in 1966, and maintains its charm by incorporating natural settings along the Pacific Ocean and gorgeous mountain views. Being so close to the ocean you may even get sprayed by the ocean mist on picturesque ocean signature holes #3, #12 and #13. Enjoy seeing the grand splash on hole #13 where you will see the impressive blow hole known as “puka” in Hawaiian.

Keep a lookout for Humpback Whales during November through March. This 18 hole championship course offers wide, lush fairways, Bermuda Grass greens and numerous sand bunkers. The only natural obstacles are the turquoise blue water and lava rocks.

?18 Holes; Par 72, 6,579 Yards, Rated 71.6, Slope Rated 129