Mauna Lani North
Mauna Lani’s North Course has fast become one of the most popular tournament venues on the Big Island and rated as one of the best golf experiences in all of Hawaii. Built on a lava bed, the North Course is characterized by rolling terrain punctuated by Kiawe forests. Number 17 is the North’s signature hole, a par 3 measuring 140 yards which requires a tee shot from an elevated tee to a green that is framed by an astounding natural lava amphitheater, a photo opportunity you don’t want to miss!
A 230-acre protected archaeological district lies on the northern boundary of the golf course. Another interesting feature would be that herds of feral goats also like to 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 the holes are quite contrasting to the South Course. Water hazards also come into play on many holes, not to mention several holes that neighbor the beautiful Pacific Ocean.Request quote for your vacation to Hawaii