Saturday, November 28, 2015

The Golfer’s Paradise: World-Class Kauai Golf Destinations (part 2 of 2)

There are 18 championship holes over 210 oceanfront acres including 85 bunkers, changing tradewinds and 5 water hazards. You get to see over 30 acres of tropical flora and fauna as well plus other natural attractions like the rare nene gees, monk seals, humpback whales and historical sites. There are a number of heiau, stone walls made by hand and other cultural treasures dating back to the 1500s.

Only the highest level of service is offered at Poipu Bay Golf Course. Upon arriving, you will receive the traditional aloha welcome plus a chilled citrus-scented towel. The staff is friendly and very helpful all the time. Golf carts come with state-of-the-art GPS showing hole and green layouts.

There are also included rules and tips and other options that track your ball and monitor your gameplay for optimum performance. The clubhouse has a 21,000 square foot area with golf shop, locker rooms, lounge, club storage and restaurant.

Golf at Its Best

Princeville Golf Club on 5520 Ka Haku Road, Princeville was rated as the #1 course in the state of Hawaii and was awarded 5 stars by Golf Digest readers. Princeville at Hanalei has 2 world-class championship golf courses namely Prince Golf Course and Makai Golf Course that total 45 holes. The course was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. to improve the natural beauty of the island’s north shore whole providing the right challenge to different skilled golfers.

Kauai golf continues to reap awards and acclaims from these two courses such as one of the best resort golf courses in America, one of the most modern courses in the U.S. and one of the greatest courses in Hawaii and America.

You get to experience the ultimate tropical setting with a view of Hanalei Bay, the N Pali Coast and the Pacific Ocean.

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