Kauai Golf Packages
The lush green island of Kauai is noted for the beauty of the flowers and rain forests that are part of the islands volcanic mountains. The variety of micro climates on this tropical island is unique in all the world. From the tropical shores of the Na Pali Coast, to the beautiful beaches of Hanalei Bay, the north shores of this island paradise are beautiful beyond belief. The sunnier shores of Poipu Beach offers sun worshipers an opportunity to enjoy the warm tropical climate Hawaii is famous for. Golfers will find that Kauai is the location for many of the worlds top golf courses. The courses range from seaside links to tropical rainforest locations that offer a wide variety of challenges to every golfer.
Golfers can choose from any of the championship found in each of the resort areas throughout the island as part of our Kauai package. With our package you will have the unique opportunity to select to play rounds at any of these fine resort courses. Princeville, a famed 45 hole layout designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., is ranked among the world’s best courses. Jack Nicklaus designed the Kauai Lagoon’s and Kauai Lagoon’s Keile course. These 36 holes of golf will challenge golfers of all skill levels. The spectacular Poipu Bay Resort Course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., is one of the newest and most picturesque courses in Hawaii.
Kauai is Hawaii’s Garden Island renown for the enchanting beauty of its cascading emerald mountains, its flower bedecked streams and its swaying palm fringed shores. Kauai is the most pristine of the major Hawaiian Islands where the feeling and pace of old Hawaii still lives. Abundant in beaches and where no building is allowed higher than a coco palm, Kauai offers a unique new adventure and a relaxing respite from the bustle found elsewhere. Explore our web site to discover what Kauai’s many return visitors already know, the magic and wonder of old Hawaii is alive and flourishing on Kauai.
Though Kauai’s climate is tropical, it actually consists of many distinct microclimates, including sunny dry areas, lush river valleys, temperate foothills and high mountain rain forests. Most of the year, temperatures on Kauai range in the 70s, with winter nighttime lows in the 60s. Summers on Kauai bring daytime temperatures in the mid-80s and nighttime lows in the 70s. Even in the middle of Kauai’s summer, the nearly constant gentle trade winds create a cool balmy climate instead of the oppressive heat common to other tropical destinations.
Kauai is also a hiker’s paradise. The rewards are unparalleled views, tropical vegetation, streams, waterfalls, swimming holes and most of all, exquisite isolation. The Na Pali Coast/Waimea Canyon/Kokee region has the most extensive network of trails, and there are a few others near the Wailua River.
The Best Kauai Golf Vacations
Choose below from Kauai’s finest resort locations and the list of availble packages. Each package will becusomised to fit your travel plans.
Princeville Resort Golf Packages
Princeville at Hanalei is recognized as one of the premier Ocean View Resort Communities in the world…one visit to this magnificent island destination and you’ll learn why. A perfect setting awaits your visit to Princeville at Hanalei, situated among the lush Sea Cliffs that tower over Kauai’s picturesque Hanalei Bay, and minutes from world famous Napali and Waimea Canyon.
Princeville at Hanalei still retains the peace and beauty of ancient days, when Hawaiians farmed in the green valley below. Named ‘Princeville’ in 1860 in honor of Hawaii’s crown prince, Prince Albert, this one of a kind, Ocean View Resort has been home to Sugar Plantations and Cattle Ranches.
Princeville resort features 2 championship course within this stunning resort destination. The World renowned Prince Course is often named the best course in Hawaii by golf magazines and travelers alike. The 27 hole Makai Course is also a stunning test of golf and is a special treat for golfers of every level.
Kauai Lagoon’s and Kauai Coconut Coast
Kauai’s East Side is sometimes referred to as the Coconut Coast for the groves of coconut palms that grow in its resort areas. The most populated district on the island, about 16,000 of the island’s 62,000 residents reside in the Wailua/Kapaa area. Among the clusters of coconut trees you’ll find historic places, amazing beaches and memorable attractions.
In Wailua, you’ll find a variety of sightseeing opportunities and outdoor activities. Kayak the Wailua River in Wailua River State Park, take a boat ride to the Fern Grotto, or take photos at Opaekaa Falls. Don’t forget to try and spot the Sleeping Giant in the Nounou Mountains or take a hike up this scenic ridge. Sacred places like Polihau Heiau, the large lava-rock temple of Kauai’s last king, Kaumualii, can also be found on the East Side. And be sure to visit Kapaa Town to discover fine Hawaiian craft pieces, aloha-print shirts, jewelry and art.
But the golden beaches of the Coconut Coast may be the area’s biggest draw. Unwind at Anahola Beach Park, whale watch at Donkey Beach or watch the surfers at Kealia Beach to the north. Lydgate Beach Park in Wailua has two lava rock enclosed ocean pools that are perfect places for families and first-time snorkelers. Fun in the sun awaits you on the Coconut Coast.
Poipu Resort Golf Packages
With perfect weather just about all year round, it’s no wonder Poipu is called “The Sunny South Side.” We are your one-stop-shop for all things Poipu- find a place to stay, a new restaurant, the best souvenirs, the happening hotspots, or recommendations on family-friendly activities. Kauai’s alluring southern coastline features a series of unusual reef formations and white sand beaches, each with its own shoreline environment. Swimming, boogie boarding, surfing, snorkeling and scuba diving are all found within a one mile stretch of coastline. Poipu Beach Park is considered among the safest in Hawaii, with a lifeguard on duty seven days a week.
As a former home to the Grand Slam of Golf, Poipu is well known for its beautifully maintained courses, challenging holes and spectacular views of the mountains and Pacific. With an average of 300 days of sunshine per year, you’ll enjoy an incredible golf experience at one of the Poipu Beach golf courses.
Kauai Golf Courses
You may choose any course listed to be included in your Kauai Golf Package. Your final package will be adjusted to reflect your choices.
Princeville Makai Course
The Makai Golf Course at Princeville re-opened in January 2010 after a multi-million renovation that reconfigured the greens from two 9 hole courses into one beautiful 18 hole course. Bunkers were reshaped with new ones added, two new large practice tees and a new expanded practice putting green were created and the grass on the tees was changed to Seashore Paspalum, a drought resistant grass that is so smooth it almost looks like a carpet, a very fine one at that. The Makai Golf Club has won many awards, including the Top 5 Great Golf Settings from National Geographic to Golf Digest’s 75 Best Golf Resorts.
The 7,223 yard par 72 Makai Course’s signature holes include the challenging Par 3 Hole 3, the tee is about 100 feet above a protected green below with a lake fronting the green. Other signature holes include 7, 13 and 18. Scenic views of towering mountains, the sight of Bali Hai and Hanalei Bay and looking down at breaking surf below the cliffs will provide an overall experience you’ll never forget. The golf club has a newly built clubhouse with large lanai where the Makai Grill is located, serving breakfast and lunch from 7 am to 4 pm daily. All the golf carts have GPS and the award-winning golf shop features clubs, clothing items and more and to make it a perfect day of golf.
Championship Tees: 18 Holes, Par 72, 7,273 Yards, Rated 75.4, Slope Rated 134
Kauai Lagoon’s Hokula Course
Hokuala (Formerly known as Kauai Lagoons) is a lush, 750-acre resort carefully secluded in the southwest corner of the island of Kauai in Hawaii. Fairways weave through mango and guava tree forests, along imposing ocean cliffs and over promontories high above the harbor, and among some forty acres of fresh water lagoons that wind their way throughout the resort.
It is said that when legendary golfer and architect Jack Nicklaus created the original Kiele Course in the late 1980’s, the terrain lent itself so well to his vision that he made but a single change to his original design. In 2011, Jack Nicklaus was again called upon. This time to redesign the back nine of his famed Kiele course. Included are all new greens, new white silica sand bunkers, and three new holes. One is a new ocean hole that is now the centerpiece of what is the longest stretch of continuous ocean holes of any course in Hawaii. Four fabulous holes providing over 1/2 mile of unobstructed oceanfront golf.
Championship Tees: 18 Holes, Par 72, 7,309 Yards, Rated 75.6, Slope Rated 144
Poipu Resort Course
Poipu Bay Resort Golf Course was the home of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf from 1994 – 2006. The course has won numerous awards and has been consistently rated among the top golf courses in Hawaii and the U.S. This outstanding course is backed by lush emerald mountains and sculpted from a rolling plateau eight stories above the Pacific Ocean. Nestled among the gentle contours of Poipu Bay you’ll discover the remains of Hawaiian heiau (places of worship) and ancient stone walls. If this weren’t challenge enough, Mother Nature presents you with one distraction after another. This golf course is breathtaking but don’t let your mind wander to the beautiful ocean views and beach vistas or this undulating golf course will eat you alive. You might see rare Hawaiian monk seals and native nene geese and also green sea turtles and humpback whales, you’ll have lots of good excuses to back your scorecard. Even the most focused golfer will be challenged by the breathtaking views. This links style layout designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. can play over 7,000 yards long. The ocean comes into play on holes 15-17, a beautiful venue for golfers of all abilities. A unique and unforgettable golf experience awaits you.
Championship Tees: 18 Holes, Par 72, 7,309 Yards, Rated 75.6, Slope Rated 144
Puakea, designed by golf course Architect Robin Nelson cleverly uses the local natural beauty to great effect, set at the base of the towering Mount Haupu, Puakea plays through deep ravines, crosses mountain fed streams, reveals views of the Pacific Ocean, and treats golfers to the stunning island beauty that is Kauai. Robin Nelson said “Puakea may be the most fun course to play in Hawaii. The course rides up, down and around deep ravines. It has beautiful, pali views on about three-quarters of the course and ocean views for the rest. Each of the holes are distinctly different so you’re constantly facing new, interesting challenges.” Puakea is 7000 yards of exhilarating golf. Using the beautiful island flora and fauna, giving a sense that Puakea is in complete harmony with nature, Nelson’s masterful design clearly conveys the routes golfers should take for textbook pars. However, the more daring golfer will be tempted to achieve glorious birdies and a truly rewarding round of golf.
Championship Tees: 18 Holes, Par 72, 6,954 Yards, Rated 71.5, Slope Rated 135
Kiahuna Resort Course
Robert Trent Jones Jr skillfully included many ancient remnants of an authentic Hawaiian village into his vision when designing Kiahuna Golf Course. At the newly renovated Kiahuna Golf Club, surrounded by the lush, natural beauty of Kauai, on sunny Poipu Beach, you will experience the course’s beauty and a sense of the enduring history of the islands and Kauai.
Kiahuna Golf Club offers challenging resort golf within a fascinating area of ancient Polynesian archaeology The course is structured around many ancient remnants of authentic Hawaiian culture. This challenging short course has narrow fairways, and you will encounter unusual obstacles such as lava walls and stone structures.
The Kiahuna Golf Club is a sanctuary for many of Kauai’s endangered species including the state bird of Hawaii…the Nene. The Black-Crowned Night Heron can be seen, fishing along the club’s numerous water hazards. Golfers may also spot the rare Hawaiian Stilt and the very shy Moorhen along Waikomo Stream.
Championship Tees: 18 Holes, Par 70, 6,925 Yards, Rated 73.5, Slope Rated 134