Maui Golf

Written by Liza Hartung
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If you're getting tired of carting around on the "Big Island," try hopping over to the next biggest one for some Maui golf. As expected from any Hawaiian island, Maui is full of greenery, waterfalls, sugarcane fields, and the beauty of nature every where you turn. It even has its own massive volcano, Mount Haleakala, which, thankfully, shall continue its dormancy while you play golf around it.

Is your significant other not exactly about to jump for joy at the idea of golfing all day? Well, Maui offers a range of activities for then non-golfer. Simply send your special someone off on a whale-watching trip, helicopter ride, or horseback excursion while you get down to some serious Maui golf.

Maui Golf Courses

There are plenty of courses for you to choose from on this great island; however, two of the more exhilarating ones are The Dunes at Maui Lani and Pukalani Country Club. Pukalani is full of wide, hilly fairways. Its 1,100 foot elevation puts you in cooler air so you can play on even the hottest of days. Being that high, mind the wind when you're teeing off, but enjoy those scenic views.

The Dunes at Maui Lani is often described as the best course on the island. Boasting teaching facilities and an instructional staff headed up by PGA professional Bill Greenleaf, how can you not want to check out this place? Plus, you could play a great game of hide-and-go-seek among its 60-foot sand dunes. Once you've played enough Maui golf to make yourself sick, you can drop by the Dunes Restaurant and enjoy some fine dining


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