Kauai-Golf-Courses
  1. Wailua Golf Course
  2. Kauai Lagoon Golf Club
  3. Princeville Golf Course
  4. Poipu Bay Resort Golf Course
  5. Puakea Golf Course
  6. Kiahuna Golf Club
  7. Makai Golf Club at Princeville

Kauai Golf Courses

On Kauai you will find some of the most spectacular golf anywhere. Designed by some of the most prominent golf course architects of the last 50 years – Jack Nicklaus, Robin Nelson, Robert Trent Jones Jr. – our courses take full advantage of all that Kauai has to offer. Whether you are looking for majestic mountains, rugged ocean cliff sides, mountain streams and waterfalls, deep ravines, or dense tropical jungle, all can be experienced in a single round of golf at one of Kauai’s fine courses.

Kauai Lagoons Golf Club

The Kauai Lagoons Golf Club features the longest stretch of oceanfront golf holes in Hawaii. Recently renovated under the direction of golf course architect Jack Nicklaus, the newly renamed Kiele Moana Nine features brand new TifEagle putting greens and renovated bunkers. All in all, a full half mile of unparalleled ocean front golf. Architect: Jack Nicklaus Holes: 18

Poipu Bay Golf Course

Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, Jim Furyk… These are just a few of golf’s greats that have competed in the PGA Grand Slam of Golf, hosted by Poipu Bay Golf Course between 1994 and 2006. Recently completed greens and bunker renovations ensure top notch conditions as this course winds between Poipu Bay and the Ha’upu Mountain Range Architect: Robert Trent Jones Jr. Holes: 18

Kiahuna Golf Club

The first course located on the sunny south shore resort area of Poipu, Kiahuna boasts some of the fastest greens on Kauai thanks to a thorough renovation that featured a transition to Seashore Paspalum Greens. Architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. has crafted a design that weaves among the remains of an ancient Hawaiian village. Architect: Robert Trent Jones Jr. Holes: 18

Kukuiolono Golf Course

Perched on a hillside in Kalaheo, this nine hole golf course offers sweeping views of Kauai’s south and west shore lines. A true local secret, it was donated to the people of Kauai in the early 1900′s by sugar plantation owner Walter McBryde. Architect: Toyo Shirai and Richard Brun Holes: 9

Makai Golf Club at Princeville

Fresh off of a complete renovation by architect Robert Trent Jones Jr., the Makai Club challenges golfers to negotiate a spectacular combination of lakes, woodlands and ocean front bluffs. Excellent course conditions abound thanks to the introduction of Seashore Paspalum to all tees, fairways and greens.ct Robert Trent Jones Jr., the Makai Club challenges golfers to negotiate a spectacular combination of lakes, woodlands and ocean front bluffs. Excellent course conditions abound thanks to the introduction of Paspalum to all tees, fairways and greens. Architect: Robert Trent Jones Jr. Holes: 18

Poipu Bay Golf Course

Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, Jim Furyk… These are just a few of golf’s greats that have competed in the PGA Grand Slam of Golf, hosted by Poipu Bay Golf Course between 1994 and 2006. Recently completed greens and bunker renovations ensure top notch conditions as this course winds between Poipu Bay and the Ha’upu Mountain Range. Architect: Robert Trent Jones Jr. Holes: 18

Prince Golf Course

The Prince Course is currently closed for renovations. Plans call for the facility to be re-opened in a private capacity in mid to late 2016.

Puakea Golf Course

Upon opening as a 10 hole golf course in 1997, this local favorite was hailed as one of the Top 10 nine hole golf courses in America by Sports Illustrated Magazine. Laid out by Robin Nelson, Hawaii’s most prolific golf course designer, Puakea was expanded to 18 holes and takes full advantage of the majestic backdrop and terrain of the Ha’upu Mountain Range of Jurassic Park fame. Architect: Robin Nelson Holes: 18

Wailua Municipal Golf Course

One of the finest municipal golf courses anywhere, Wailua Golf Course has been host to three USGA National Amateur Public Links Championships. Originally a six hole course laid out in the 1920′s, it is now an 18 hole seaside track that starts and finishes along the ocean and winds inland through historic coconut palm groves. Architect: Toyo Shirai Holes: 18

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