Grand Wailea Resort Maui Golf Package
When it comes to great golf destinations, Wailea Resort tops the leader board.
Spanning some 1,500 acres in sunny South Maui, this luxurious resort encompasses six world-class hotels, superbly appointed condominiums and villas, exceptional private homes, five crescent beaches, an award-winning tennis club, fabulous shopping, and of course, Wailea’s three renown golf courses. When you’re not on the fairways, Wailea offers a wealth of other things to see and do: dozens of restaurants ranging from poolside snack bars and casual delis to upbeat luaus and outstanding fine dining; numerous activities by land, air or sea, easily arranged by the resorts’ guest services staff; children’s programs that are so much fun it’s a shame they’re reserved for the under-18 set; decompression and personal pampering at world-class spas; hours’ worth of shopping; tennis games, cultural programs, business centers and much more.
The Grand Wailea Resort and Spa
Luxury 5-Diamond Maui Beachfront Resort
Situated on 40 acres fronting the spectacular Wailea Beach on the southwest shore of the island of Maui is the Grand Wailea Resort Hotel & Spa. Built in 1991 with a commitment to portray the richness of Hawaiian nature, culture, and people, the resort features luxurious accommodations, award-winning cuisine, the unparalleled Spa Grande, and an array of recreational facilities and outdoor activities. The resort has 780 guestrooms, including 60 suites. The Napua Tower is a 100-room exclusive small hotel within the resort. At the Grand Wailea Resort guest accommodations are well designed and spacious.
Indulge in complete pampering and service during stays at this unforgettable Hawaiian gem. A honeymooner’s dream, it offers gourmet cuisine at the diverse offering of restaurants, exciting bars and a grandiose spa recognized as one of the world’s best, while families will enjoy the exciting activities pool where thrilling water slides, lazy rivers, white water rapids and the only water elevator in the world will keep little ones entertained throughout their stay.
Built in 1991 with a commitment to portray the richness of Hawaii’s nature, culture, and people, the resort features luxurious accommodations, award-winning cuisine, the unparalleled Spa Grande, championship golf and tennis and an array of recreational facilities and outdoor activities. From the moment they approach through a tree-shaded drive and pass a large waterfall, guests at the Grand Wailea recognize this 40-acre resort is something grand—in scale and in luxury. The resort features five themes: water (pools, hot tubs, a reflecting pool, waterfalls, koi ponds); flowers and trees (the world’s largest resort landscaping project); sound (splashing water, music); light (the sun, tiki torches); and art (a collection that includes works by Picasso, Legar, Bolero, and Warhol). Families, honeymooners, and vacationing couples gravitate to the pools, but sunning lawns and the beach remain uncrowded.
Other Maui Choices
YOUR GOLF ADVENTURE INCLUDES:
- Deluxe hotel accommodations.
- Full Size Car Rental.
- Your choice of Wailea Resort’s Gold Emerald or Blue Courses. (Other Maui Courses can be arranged)
- 30 Day advance guarantee tee times are reserved for you.
- Shared use of a golf cart for 18 holes.
- Resort Shuttle Transportation within Wailea Resort.
ALL LOCAL TAXES INCLUDED: Including rental car taxes and fees.
Sample Package will be customized to fit your plans.
Wailea Gold Course
18 holes, par 72, 7078 yards.
Wailea Gold Course was the home course of The Champions Skins Game from 2001 to 2007. The 7,078-yard golf course is the most challenging of Wailea’s trio, with a rugged and masterful design that takes advantage of the terrain’s natural undulations. Four to six tee boxes on every hole also make it a suitable track for every skill level.
Designed by Robert Trent Jones II, the Gold was honored by both Golf Magazine and Golf Digest as one of the country’s ten best new resort courses when it opened in 1994. Known as a “thinking player’s course,” the Gold offers a true test of a golfers skills. You can enjoy spectacular vistas of the ocean, Molokini islet, ancient lava rock walls, coconut trees and sparkling white bunkers.
The Maui Historical Society recognized the course for its preservation of prehistoric lava rock walls during construction, and hailed as one of the world’s best designed courses by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler in the magazine’s first golf resorts poll. The Gold’s 200 foot elevation change from top to bottom enhances the numerous ocean and mountain views available from virtually every hole.
Wailea Emerald Course
18 holes, par 72, 6825 yards.
Designed as a fun course for every skill level, the 6,825-yard Wailea Emerald Course was one reason Golf for Women Magazine first granted the Wailea Golf Club a Top Fairways Award for the country’s most women-friendly golf clubs, an honor that Wailea has won seven times.
In the sunny, usually warmer end Maui, The Emerald Course delights players with its carpet-like fairways, colorful foliage, and numerous vistas of the Pacific Ocean and Mt. Haleakala. With less forced carries and kinder fairways, this makes the conditions great for players who view golf as an enjoyable form of recreation rather than a grueling test of concentration and precision, but with four to six tee boxes on every hole, it allows you to increase the challenge to your skill level.
The Emerald Course features a double green shared by holes #10 and #17. The green borders a 2.7 million gallon brackish water lake and is one of the most picturesque spots on the course.
Wailea Old Blue
18 holes, par 72, 6765 yards.
Wailea’s Old Blue offers up a golf experience that is truly classic. As the first course ever built in Wailea, the Old Blue laid claim to the lay of the land that would put Wailea on everyone’s wish list of places to visit.
The course winds its way on a tour of the resort while serving up views of the neighboring islands on one side and 10,023-foot dormant volcano, Mt. Haleakala on the other. Players of all levels will come away from a round on the Old Blue wanting to accept an invitation to play again. Now, after all these years, the Old Blue continues to welcome back many golfers who feel that a trip to Maui is not complete without a round or two on the Old Blue.
With views of the Pacific Ocean, several offshore islands, a volcanic cinder cone known as Pu’u Olai and majestic Mount Haleakala. It features several fountains and lakes, and an abundance of colorful hibiscus, wiliwili trees, bougainvillea and plumeria, lush wider fairways and large greens, with superb course conditions and resort level service help create unforgettable lasting impressions. The Wailea Old Blue really is classic golf in paradise.