Just a short half-hour drive from either Kona or the resorts on the Kohala Coast this is one of the most unique Hawaiian golf courses. Enjoy the cool air at our 2200 feet elevation, the light winds and magnificent natural setting will inspire your game. Designed by famed golf course architect Perry Dye with 5 sets of tee boxes, the 18-hole, Par 72 course is challenging but enjoyable for all players, featuring wide fairways and water in play on nine of the 18 holes.
Mauna Lani Resort is a luxury ocean front Hawaii golf resort with two championship courses, the Francis H. I`i Brown North and South Courses. Both golf courses offer a challenging experience to novice and professional golf enthusiasts alike. Mauna Lani was home to the Senior Skins Golf Game for 11 years and now hosts the prestigous Hawaii State Open in December. The Big Island golf courses at this luxury resort are masterpieces of design, each strikingly different, yet equally challenging. Each course is a world apart geographically, and in playing experience.
This Big Island golf course captivates golf enthusiasts as it snakes through the stark, rugged a`a lava of the prehistoric Kaniku lava flow, offering a panorama of mountain and ocean views alongside a challenging golf experience. The South Course is also home to No. 15, one of the most photographed over-the-water golf course holes in the world.
This Kona golf layout is a cool, scenic, lush forest alternative to the island’s coastal golf course experiences. The temperate climate, lush surrounding forests, and elevation offer a great challenge for golfers of all skill levels.
Two incomparable golf courses elevate Hualālai to the status of one of the elite golf resorts in world.
The Hualālai Golf Course is the first Nicklaus design on Hawai‘i Island and is home to the prestigious PGA Champions Tour "Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualālai" event. This course is available for play to Hualālai Club members, their guests, and the guests of the Four Seasons Resort.