There are many great courses to choose from if you’d like to play golf while visiting Maui. We have included information about West Maui’s finest courses, with views from the West Maui mountains to the neighboring islands of Lana’i and Molokai. At a price point for all budgets and difficulty levels for all abilities and skills, the greens in West Maui are sure to beckon the pros and the first timers.
Robert Trent Jones Sr designed course features gently sloping fairways, large contoured greens which hug the shoreline and offers ocean vistas and views of MolokaʻI and LanaʻI islands from nearly every hole. The signature 5th hole leads directly down to Kā‘anapali and Black Rock Beach.Yards: 6700 | Par: 71
Natural canals, trenches and lava rock boundaries along landscaped gardens make this course enjoyable for any level of golfer. With sweeping views of the West Maui Coast and neighbor islands Molokaʻi and Lanaʻi, the Kā‘anapali Kai Course is one of the top courses on the island.Yards: 6400 | Par: 70
Kapalua Bay Course has hosted over 20 major professional tournaments. It’s the site of victories of golf champions like Greg Norman, Ian Woosnam, David Llewellyn, Morgan Pressel, Fred Couples and Davis Love. The Bay Course is a championship course that is as challenging as it is beautiful. Known for its breathtaking 17th hole, the only hole to play over the ocean on Maui, it should certainly be on the "must play” list for any golfer visiting Maui.Yards: 6,600 | Par: 72
Consistently ranked as the #1 golf course in Hawaii and the site of the PGA TOUR Tournament of Champions each January, Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, Justin Leonard and Ernie Els have played along the slopes of the West Maui mountains. It offers ocean views from virtually every hole, dramatic elevation changes, wide fairways, generous greens, downhill tee shots and an 18th fairway which offers one of the longest drives.Yards: 7,411 | Par: 73