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Play golf in paradise in the Aloha State

Attracting golfers from every corner of the globe, Hawaii is a dream golf destination. From the tropical island of Maui to the Big Island (Hawai’i), there’s something for both amateur and professional golfers here.

The main attractions for every golf vacation in Hawaii are the weather and scenery, with this state providing some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world. You can rest assured that your Hawaii golf trip will include courses that play host to this stunning scenery. Our Hawaii golf vacations comprise world-class golf courses, challenging play, and of course, luxurious facilities away from the fairway.

Both Maui and Hawai’i are Pacific paradises, providing a unique blend of relaxation and exhilarating golf experiences. In Maui, check out the two championship courses at Kapalua Golf or visit Wailea Golf Club and test your swing on three courses here.

If you’re headed to the Big Island, Mauna Kea Resort offers first-class golf all year, while Mauna Lani enjoys two courses and a volcanic landscape. Off the course, you’ll find plenty of activities to keep you busy, alongside captivating culture and prestigious resort amenities.

Hawaii Highlights

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75 golf courses
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Perfect year-round weather
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Famous courses & architects
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Luxury accommodations and resorts
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Dramatic scenery
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Award-winning golf destination

Recommended Hawaii Golf Resorts

Kapalua Golf Ocean



Where the lush greens meet the azure waters of Maui’s coastline. Located in the heart of paradise, the resort’s two world-class courses; the Plantation Course which hosts the PGA Tours’ annual ‘The Sentry’ Tournament, and the Bay Course, have been enchanting golf enthusiasts for decades.

Wailea Blue



Welcome to the golfer’s haven on the enchanting shores of Maui – the Wailea Golf Club. With three championship courses designed to harmonize with the island’s natural beauty, these layouts stand out as an example of true golfing excellence.

Elevated green at Hapuna Golf Course

Mauna Kea

Big Island

Nestled on the picturesque Kohala Coast of Hawaii’s Big Island, Mauna Kea Resort is a golfing gem. For 56 years, Mauna Kea Golf Course has stood as a golfing testament to the perfect blend of nature’s grandeur and human ingenuity.

Mauna Lani Resort

Mauna Lani

Big Island

One of the finest golf resorts in Hawaii, Mauna Lani is designed to meld seamlessly with the island’s majestic landscapes. The courses at Mauna Lani offer not only a golfing challenge but also an immersive experience weaving through the natural volcanic beauty.

“Coming to Hawaii is like going from black and white to color.”

John Richard Stephens
Wailea Emerald Course

Recommended Hawaii Golf Itinerary

Key Features

Combine the luxurious, paradise resorts of Maui and the Big Island, with some of the most spectacular golf on the planet. Play the famed Kapalua Plantation course, with panoramic views over the Pacific Ocean, the volcanic carved layouts of Mauna Lani, and the ocean side holes of Hapuna.

Recommended Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Maui

  • As you step off the plane, you’ll be greeted with the traditional Hawaiian welcome – the Aloha spirit.

  • After settling into the stunning Ritz-Carlton, head straight to the Wailea Golf Club. This prestigious golf complex boasts three championship courses, each surrounded by panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. Tee off on the Gold Course and take on the Robert Trent Jones II masterpiece, known for its elevation changes and majestic scenery.

Day 2: Morning Glory at Kapalua

  • Wake up early for an unforgettable morning at the renowned Kapalua Golf Club’s Plantation Course. Home to the PGA Tours Sentry Tournament of Champions, this course is perched on the slopes of the West Maui Mountains, offering breathtaking ocean views and challenging elevation changes. Don’t be surprised if you encounter a friendly breeze – it’s all part of the experience.

Day 3: Revisit Wailea

  • This is why you came to Hawaii: lush, green fairways and tropical flowers. On the Emerald Course, you will find all of this and more. While not as elevated as the Gold track, the views of the ocean are still postcard-like, especially on the second nine. This relaxing round will be the perfect finale for this section of the trip.

Day 4: Transfer to the Big Island

  • Take a short flight to the Big Island, where a new golfing adventure awaits.

  • Check into the Fairmont Orchid and relax before hitting the links. The Big Island is not only known for its volcanic landscapes but also for its diverse and challenging golf courses.

Day 5: Volcano Golf at Mauna Lani

  • Experience the thrill of golfing against a backdrop of ancient lava fields at the Mauna Lani Golf Course – North Course. This historic course blends modern design with the island’s natural beauty, offering a challenging yet rewarding round of golf.

Day 6: Oceanfront Elegance at Mauna Kea

  • Play a round at the legendary Mauna Kea Golf Course, designed by the iconic Robert Trent Jones Sr. This course features lush fairways along the Kohala Coast, providing stunning views of the Pacific Ocean.

  • After your round, indulge in a sunset cocktail at the clubhouse, reflecting on a day well spent in golfing paradise.

Day 7: Farewell, Hawaii

  • As your golfing adventure comes to an end, savor your last moments on the islands. Whether you’re lounging on the beach, exploring volcanic landscapes, or enjoying local cuisine, Maui and Hawaii offer the perfect blend of relaxation and excitement for any avid golfer.

  • As you bid farewell, remember the spirit of Aloha and the memories of each swing against the backdrop of these tropical wonders.

  • Mahalo and happy golfing!

Tour Summary

7 nights accommodation based on twin/double share

6 rounds of golf including Wailea, Kapalua, Mauna Kea, and Mauna Lani.

Sightseeing suggestions and restaurant recommendations

All taxes and fees included

Dramatic Hawaii coastline


From $5,980 per person double occupancy

All rates are subject to change without prior notice and vary according to seasonality and hotel or golf course availability. Travel insurance is always recommended.

Hawaii Surfboards

Premier Golf Top Tip

While on the Big Island, take a tour of the active volcano, Kīlauea. One of the few places in the world where you can witness the magic lava flowing directly into the ocean. The experience proves a stark but mesmerizing reminder of the power of nature and the instability of these beautiful islands

Kīlauea Volcano

Book your Hawaii golf package with Premier Golf

Our golf travel specialists are experts in planning Hawaii golf vacations. They can help you select the best resorts for your needs, fit golf to suit your itinerary, and provide recommendations on restaurants, tours, and experiences for your trip. Contact a representative to create your own tailored golf trip to Hawaii.

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Hawaii FAQs

There are around 75 public and private across all of the islands of Hawaii. Some of the best include the Kapalua Resort, Wailea Golf Club, Maui, Mauna Kea Resort, Big Island, and Mauna Lani, Big Island.

Prices for golf trips to Hawaii can vary, but generally speaking, tend to run on the expensive side. Flight costs can be high, and our 7-night, 6-day round trip starts from $5,980.

One of the highest-rated golf courses in Hawaii is considered to be Nanea Golf Club (according to Golf Digest). We offer Kapalua: Plantation as part of our package (considered to be number 3 in Hawaii).

Summer golf rates in Hawaii fluctuate year-round. There is no set calendar in the year and different courses will start their summer rates at different points in the year.

Peak golf season in Hawaii is usually between mid-December and March, this is when most visitors flock to Hawaii to escape colder parts of the country, and when most courses will see their most guests.

It is possible to golf year-round in Hawaii, thanks to the almost perfect year-round conditions across the islands. These all-year-perfect conditions have given the Hawaiian islands the nickname of “golf heaven.”

You can book a golf tour to Hawaii with premier golf here, and our team is on hand to help you make your trip to golf heaven as perfect as possible.

The major golf tournament Hawaii is most well known for is “The Sony Open” and is part of the PGA tour.