Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Golf in Hawaii

After looking at these pictures, there's not much that needs to be said about Hawaii golf. Check out Hawaii golf courses and book your times at Hawaii tee times and you're set to go.

Obviously, Hawaii has some of the best weather in the world to go along with unbelievable scenery. Combine this with over 100 golf courses to choose from and you have yourself a prime golf trip destination.

Hawaii's Big Island:
Known as the "Golf Capital of Hawaii" the big island features an array of courses with lush fairways set between black volcanic rock rough.

Home to over 40 courses, Oahu has a few of the oldest courses on the island dating back to 1898 as well as more modern resort courses. You will find par-3 courses here as well as Championship layouts.

Maui has two distinct areas that feature a majority of its courses, West Maui and South Maui. West Maui has two 36 hole resorts at Kaanapali and Kapalua while South Maui also has two resorts, Wailea (54 holes) and Makena (36 holes).

There are three main resorts at Kauai, Princeville on the North Shore (45 holes), Kauai Lagoons (36 holes), and Poipu Golf resort (18 holes) along the southern coast.

Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman each designed a course on Lanai that have been frequently voted among the best in the world as golf travel destinations. Nicklaus created "The Challenge at Manele" which is along the southern coast while Norman designed "The Experience at Koele."