Hawai'ian Islands Golf Tour 2015


  • Golf Professional host / golf coaching
  • 8 nights Luxury Accommodation
    4 nights Maui / 4 nights Oahu
  • Daily full breakfast
  • 6 Rounds of Golf
  • Shared Motorised Carts (unless walking course)
  • Daily / tour golf prizes
  • Welcome Drinks
  • All transfers


Plantation 8.720.300


Hawaii - Becoming everyone's favourite 

 The fresh, floral air energises you. The warm, tranquil waters refresh you. The breathtaking, natural beauty renews you. Look around. There's no place on earth like Hawaii. Whether you're a new visitor or returning, our six unique islands offer distinct experiences that will entice any traveller. We warmly invite you to explore our islands and discover your ideal travel experience. 

The Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive in Honolulu / flight to Maui
Transfer to Hotel
Welcome Drinks / Dinner at leisure
Day 2

Golf at Kapalua - The Plantation Course

Day 3 Golf at Kapalua - Bay Course
Day 4 Golf at The Challenge at Mantele - Bay Course
Day 5

Golf at Wailea Gold Course
PM: Flight to Honolulu
Transfer to Hotel

Day 6 Golf at Royal Hawaiian Golf Course
Day 7 Day at Leisure
Day 8

Golf at Ko Olina Golf Course

Day 9 Depart Hotel -Transfer to Airport


Travel Information

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The Golf Courses 

Kapalua - The Plantation Course


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Consistently ranked as the number 1 golf course in Hawaii, playing The Plantation Course is surely on your bucket list! Designed by Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore, the course was designed on a grand scale in keeping with its location on the slopes of the West Maui Mountains and offers dramatic ocean views from virtually every hole. Its lengthy 7,411 yard par 73 layout challenges the pros but its wide fairways and generous greens make it very playable for the average golfer.  With dramatic elevation changes, this course offers plenty of downhill tee shots. You'll feel like one of the pros when - with the aid of the aggressive slope of the 18th fairway - you will enjoy hitting one of the longest drives of your life.
Kapalua - The Bay Course


Kapalua Bay Course.300 Great champions and stories have emerged here, such as Greg Norman's first win on America soil, Ian Woosnam and David Llwellyn's thrilling victory for Wales in the World Cup of Golf and Morgan Pressel's nail-biting win at the Kapalua LPGA classic.  Two of the most popular PGA players ever, Fred Couples and Davis Love III, have each earned victories here - twice. The Bay Course is a championship course that is as challenging as it is beautiful.
Known for its breathtaking 5th hole, the only hole to play over the ocean on Maui, it is certainly be on our "must play".

The Challenge at Manele - Bay Course




The spectacular natural setting of The Challenge at Manele guarantees an unforgettable round. Perched atop 200-foot cliffs, the course offers dramatic
views of the ocean from all 18 holes. Lush, green fairways are bordered by black lava outcroppings, reminders of the ancient origins of Lana'i. Carved out of the rugged coast, the Challenge at Manele sprawls across ancient lava fields with 180-degree ocean panoramas from every hole. Red cliffs plunge down to the sea, lush fairways engulf white sand traps, and blossoms spring from fissures in the black lava rock. This was the palette of designer Jack Nicklaus, who shaped the 7,039–yard, par 72 championship course, carefully protecting and preserving the archaeological ruins within its borders. Teeing off from the cliffs at Hulopoe Bay with the Pacific surging below, you face perhaps the world's most unforgiving water hazard. The twelfth hole is nothing short of a leap of faith, with 200 yards of churning waves to cross. Other holes demand shots over yawning ravines.
 Wailea Gold Course


 Wailea Gold.300 The home course of The Champions Skins Game from 2001 to 2007, the 7,078-yard Wailea Gold is the most challenging of Wailea's trio, with a rugged and masterful design that takes advantage of the terrain's natural undulations. But four to six tee boxes on every hole also make it a suitable track for virtually every player. Created by architect Robert Trent Jones II, the Gold was honored by both Golf Magazine and Golf Digest as one of the country's ten best new resort courses when it opened in 1994. It has also been recognized by the Maui Historical Society for its preservation of prehistoric lava rock walls during construction, and hailed as one of the world's best designed courses by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler in the magazine's first golf resorts poll. Called a "thinking player's course," the Gold offers a true test of one's golf skills.
But the most difficult hazards on it are the distracting island views. In one round, you can enjoy spectacular vistas of the ocean, Molokini islet, ancient lava rock walls, coconut trees and sparkling white bunkers.
 Royal Hawaiian Golf Course


 Royal Hawaiian.300 Formerly known as Luana Hills, Royal Hawaiian is located on the east side of Oahu at the base of the Ko' olau mountain range with Mt. Olomana in the background.  The course is carved through a tropical rain forest and has beautiful views throughout. Royal Hawaiian Golf Course is best described as playing golf in Jurassic Park without the dinosaurs!  It all starts from the 1.5 mile drive through the magnificent rain forest to the clubhouse. You won't find a more beautiful drive to a golf course anywhere.  When you finally arrive at the course you will be amazed that a golf course could be built in such paradise. The Pete and Perry Dye designed layout has contrasting nines, with a front side that features a rugged mountainous terrain and back nine a more open rolling terrain With a slope of 138 from the back tees and a distance of about 6,600 yards, this demanding track is an interesting mix of beauty and challenge. There are simply too many signature holes on this course to describe which is why playing Royal Hawaiian is definitely on our bucket list.
Ko Olina Golf Course


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Ko Olina has been recognized by Golf Digest as one of the "Top 75 Resort Courses in the U.S.A.". The course includes 16 water features on 8 different holes, multi-tiered greens and well-manicured fairways. Ko Olina will challenge golfers to use every club in the bag with its demanding par 3's, well bunkered greens and gentle trade winds. Located on the west coast of the island at the Ko Olina Resort, the Ted Robinson designed Ko Olina Golf Club is one of the few resort courses located on Oahu.  The par-72 layout features generous landing areas, multi-tiered greens, cascading waterfalls and a picturesque ocean location. From the back tees Ko Olina measures 6,867 yards and is superbly maintained, with wide fairways and well-bunkered, multi-tiered greens

The Hotels

Kapalua Villas, Maui (or similar)


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The Kapalua Villas, Maui are located in stunning Kapalua Resort on Maui's northwest coast.  This Maui resort's 22,000 scenic acres stretch from the mountains to the sea, encompassing verdant rainforests, plunging waterfalls, and miles of woodland walking trails.  Enjoy the luxurious Kapalua Spa, 12 inspired dining locations, Golf Academy and 2 world-class golf courses, award-winning Kapalua Tennis Garden, 8 dual zip lines, and 5 beautiful beaches and bays.


Sheraton Princess Kaiulani (or similar)


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The Sheraton Princess Kaiulani offers a glimpse at Hawaii's royal past in the heart of Waikiki. This Oahu hotel graces the former estate of Hawaii's last princess.  Offering Hawaii vacation luxury just steps from world-famous Waikiki Beach, plus unlimited shopping, dining, and nightlife options. You room offers a private lanai, a king-size Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed, rich wood furniture, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a desk, in-room coffee/tea, a safe, and full bathroom with deluxe Shine spa products.


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