By Ashleigh Ryan
Teed Up Golf Tours
AUSTRALIAN golf enthusiasts are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing courses to play on a visit to Hawaii.
With picturesque beaches, beautiful weather, breathtaking scenery and ripper golf courses all part of the package, it can be difficult knowing where to start.
Maui, with its white-sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, stunning scenery and first class golf courses is a heaven on earth. Travellers have voted Maui as the best island in the world. And no wonder…..
With 15 fabulous courses, the islands of Maui and Lanai are premier locations for golfers of all abilities. And, each course has its own special qualities.
To make things easier we’ve put together our top 6 playable golf courses in Hawaii.
Kapalua Bay Course
The Bay Course opened in 1975 and in that time has hosted over 20 major professional tournaments. The Bay Course is a championship course that is as challenging as it is beautiful. Known for its breathtaking 5th hole.
Wailea Golf Club
Renowned for its ideal golf weather – typically sunny with gentle breezes
Royal Hawaiian Golf Club
Tumbling terrain framed by ancient jungle trees upward up of 100 feet tall at the foot of the Ko’olau Mountains in Oahu. There’s nothing else quite like it!
The Plantation Course
Consistently ranked as the number 1 golf course in Hawaii, playing The Plantation Course is sure to be on your bucket list.
The Challenge at Manele Bay Course
The spectacular natural setting of The Challenge at Manele guarantees an unforgettable round. Perched atop 200-foot cliffs, the course offers dramatic views of the ocean from all 18 holes.
Ko Olina Golf Course
The course includes 16 water features on 8 different holes, multi-tiered greens and well-manicured fairways. Ko Olina will challenge golfers to use every club in the bag with its demanding par 3’s, well bunkered greens and gentle trade winds.
Teed Up Golf Tours are heading to Hawaii for an unforgettable golf tour in 2015. We’re going to tick off every single one of the above golf courses mentioned – if you’d like to find out more about this tour click here.
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