Executive 18-Hole Putting Course
Built on 163 acres, leaving untouched as much of the
island’s flora as possible, the course is designed to take advantage of
its natural terrain. The first seven holes meander across high country at
an altitude of 2,000 feet. The "signature hole," Number 17, plays from a
250-foot elevated tee to a fairway bordered by a lake along its right
side, and trees and dense shrubs along its left. The course's back nine
drops dramatically through ravines wooded with pine, koa and eucalyptus
trees. Water features, a Ted Robinson trademark, are everywhere: seven
lakes, flowing streams with cascading waterfalls, and one green, Number
17, that is completely surrounded by a lake.
"Top 10 Hawaiian Resorts" #1 (2002)
– Golf Digest
"America's Best Resorts: Gold & Silver Medal Awards" Silver Medalist
– Golf Magazine
"Top 50 Golf Resorts In North America & Carribean" #4 (2001)
– Conde Nast Traveler
Online Tour of Course:
Standard golf attire
for men and ladies. Collared shirts, slacks (no jeans), shorts (not over
1" above knee), golf shoes with plastic spikes.
shuttle service is provided for registered resort guests to all resort
activity locations including the golf courses, tennis courts, Lanai Pine
Sporting Clays and stables.