Kauai Lagoons Resort
The Kauai Lagoons Resort features two excellent golf facilities, both designed by Jack Nicklaus. The championship Kiele Course is the more demanding of the two. It was recently voted one of the top 100 golf courses in America by Golf magazine. The other course is the Mokihana Course. A much more forgiving layout, Lagoons is built in a rolling, Scottish-links style. Wide open fairways and very little water make this a good course for resort play.

Kiahuna Golf Club
A Robert Trent Jones, Jr., design located in sunny Poipu is the Kiahuna Golf Club. An 18-hole gem, Kiahuna offers up every kind of hazard you can imagine…and some you’d never dream of. For example, have you ever hit into a Blind Eye Spider Cave? You might at Kiahuna. This design will keep you guessing.

Poipu Bay Resort
Poipu Bay Resort is the newest resort course on Kauai. This par-72, 18-hole layout is situated next to the new Hyatt Regency Kauai in Poipu. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., this is a fun and challenging seaside layout that, depending on which set of tees the golfer uses, can be stretched from 5,241 yards all the way to 6,959 yards. Built along the open cliffs on Keoneloa Bay, Poipu Bay Resort has 86 bunkers. Within the confines of the course some interesting old Hawaiian heiau have been preserved, and there is a great stretch of finishing holes along the water.

Princeville Makai Golf Course
The spectacular resort area of Princeville has long been hailed as a golfing mecca. The Robert Trent Jones, Jr.-designed Princeville Makai Golf Course consists of three distinct nines—Woods, Lake and Ocean—all of which offer challenging golf and dramatic views of the verdant north shore of Kauai. The Lake nine and the Ocean nine both lead down to the cliffs overlooking the Pacific, with the Ocean sporting one hole—the seventh—that shoots over a windy Pacific inlet to a green on the next cliff side. The Woods is an inland design, but is every bit as beautiful. Golf Digest has listed the Makai Course among its Top 25 Resort Courses and in “America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses” for 16 consecutive years.

Prince Course
Take it from the master of Golf Course architecture, Robert Trent Jones, Jr. "Golf doesn't get much better than here at Princeville at Hanalei."

Prince Golf Course enhances the natural habitat of Kauai’s North Shore while providing strategic variety for Golfer’s of all skill levels.

Wailua Course
Wailua Golf Course was first built as a 9-hole golf course in the 1930’s. The second 9 holes was added in 1961. Course designer is Toyo Shirai. Wailua GC hosted 3 USGA Amateur Public Links Championships and is voted by Golf Digest as one of Hawaii’s best 15 golf courses.

You will experience the beauty of the course as well as a sense
of the enduring history of the islands and Kauai.

Puakea Course
"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.

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