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Kahili Golf Course | Wailuku, HI

Kahili Golf Club | By kahili golf
2500 Honoapiilani Hwy, Wailuku, HI 96793
2.3k 712

How Much

$25 - $79

Who

All ages

When

Check the description for time information.

Contact Info

808.242.4653 Visit Website

Description

Kahili Golf Course

Maui Golf Course has never been better!

Best known for Maui's best value, you must play the Kahili Golf Course. At the foothill of the West Maui Mountains you will experience the spectacular bi-coastal views, Mt. Haleakala, superb turf conditions and immaculate putting surfaces in a pure golf experience without adjacent properties. You will be greeted with a friendly smile when you visit our spacious clubhouse and restaurant. Come and play the Kahili Golf Course and have lunch with breathtaking views. You'll be glad that you discovered this Maui treasure.

A popular choice of both visiting and local golfers, Kahili Golf Course plays host to numerous Maui and state-wide tournaments throughout the year. Nahele Banquet Room at Kahili Golf Course is the ideal location for weddings, reunions, business meetings and seminars.

***Proper Golf attire is required for all players including collared shirts, NO tee shirts, tank tops, swimwear, jeans or slippers.  Soft spikes are required.

Tee Times

Kahili Golf Course Online Booking Policy

You will need a valid credit card to reserve your tee time. Any charges to the card will be made at the time of play.

The price of the reservation is determined by the time and day of the tee time.

All cancellations must be made 24 HOURS BEFORE THE TEE TIME. If you wish to cancel your tee time please contact us at: (808) 242-4653. You are responsible for the tee time if you do not cancel, whether you play or not.

DRESS CODE: Proper Golf attire is required for all players and riders; no tank tops, swimwear, jeans or slippers.  Soft spikes are required.

Course

Experience a day of golf at one of Maui's best golf courses. The 6570 yard, Par 72 was constructed in 1991 and designed by Robin Nelson and Rodney Wright.

The Par 3's on the back side lay up and downhill to small greens. On the front side, a small dry creek bed and a lake come into play; accuracy is a must. The Par 4s are designed to make the golfer work to get to the greens in regulation. There are many elevation changes combined with doglegs in both directions. The Par 5s are designed to give the long ball hitter a chance for a birdie or possibly an eagle.