Kapalua Plantation Course
The Plantation Course at Kapalua is the host of the PGA TOUR Tournament of Champions each January, which features an elite field of the previous year’s PGA TOUR winners.
The Plantation Course was designed by famed golf architects Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore and stretches out across natural geographic formations and pineapple plantation fields. The views are simply incredible from every hole on the course. The par 73, 7411-yard course has also hosted many of golf’s greats. Previous competitors include Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Bubba Watson, Jim Furyk, and many more.
Built around the beauty of the West Maui Mountains, the Plantation Course at Kapalua ranks among the world’s greatest golf courses. Witness awe-inspiring views and dramatic elevation changes as you test your ability and experience golf at its finest.
The finishing 17th and 18th holes are truly two of the great finishing holes in golf. The 17th is a 508 yard par 4 and the 18th a 663 yard par 5! Not to worry though, each hole has serious elevation changes and drives can easily be found over 400 yards down the fairway!