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Prince Golf Course at Princeveille
It has been called one of the most beautiful golf courses in the world. With its setting above the Pacific Ocean with views to the majestic mountains of the north shore of Kauai and the ocean, the Prince Golf Course would be any golfer’s dream to play on. A multi-million renovation, overseen by the original architect, Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
Ranked as Golf Digest’s #1 Golf Course in Hawai’i and one of America’s Top 100 Greatest Courses, the Prince Golf Course is an 18-hole Championship Course situated on pristine land on the Central and Eastern Plateaus.
This par- 72 course climbs slopes and careens down hills for a demanding layout that calls for golfers’ most accurate placement. Named for Prince Albert, son of Hawai’i’s King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma, golf at the Prince Course is truly a royal experience. The Prince Course continues to receive top marks from Golf’s top publications:
All the greens plus practice areas have been rebuilt using Seashore Paspalum grass and Tee boxes have been renovated or are new on various holes. Bunkers have new fiber mesh liners, drainage and new buff colored sand to blend in better with the lush surroundings.
There are five sets of golf tees at each hole with several having nine different tee areas giving everyone a choice of how to play.
The multi-award winning 18-hole course was ranked by Golf Digest as Hawaii’s #1 Golf Course and is listed on Golf Digest’s 2005-2006 List of America’s Top 100 Greatest Courses. With the renovations, the Prince Course will be one of the world’s most magnificent golf courses and probably considered Robert Trent Jones’ masterpiece. Playing golf at the Prince is not just a game, it’s an experience and will be something you’ll remember for the rest of your life – a dream come true.
The first thing you’ll notice when you walk into the newly renovated Clubhouse at the Prince Golf Course is a stunning view of rolling greens, towering trees and the Pacific Ocean. It is a view that will take your breath away. As will the Clubhouse itself with its Porte Cochere featuring a new Hawaiian double hip tile roof and Mahogany clad columns with beautiful wood features throughout the building, as well as stunning views.
The Clubhouse is 60,000 sq. feet and includes newly redone locker rooms with showers, a very large Golf Shop featuring a variety of items including clothing, name brand clubs, balls and so much more. The Tavern at Princeville by one of Hawaii’s premiere chefs, Roy Yamaguchi is located in the lower level.