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The Hawaiian islands are blessed with a perfect year round climate, warm trade winds, scenic beauty and a welcoming host culture.

The resorts that grace each island are superb in every way ... they offer a wealth of accommodation choices and activities to please the most discriminating traveler. Here is our list of favorite resorts and we think they'll be your favorites too ... so come and visit. "E Komo Mai"

Hapuna Hawaii / Big Island

The Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel sits on a bluff fronting the award winning Hapuna Beach and is situated on a beachfront site adjacent to its sister property the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel. The Arnold Palmer designed Hapuna Golf Course is a sprawling layout that climbs the hillsides high above the Kona-Kohala coastline.

Course: Hapuna Golf Course
Par: 72
Yardage: 6875
Fee: $75-$125

Activities: golf, tennis, pool, spas & fitness centers, beauty salon, dining, shops, beaches & ocean activities, children’s programs, luaus, and more...

Resort: (808) 880-1111

Golf: (808) 880-3000

Hotel: (808) 880-1111

Website: www.princeresortshawaii.com

Mauna Kea Resort Hawaii / Big Island

Hawaii Island has an abundance of world-class resorts but only one is The Original – Mauna Kea. Laurance S. Rockefeller’s dream and vision became a reality in 1965 when the Mauna Kea Golf Course and Mauna Kea Beach Hotel opened to rave reviews. The Robert Trent Jones Sr designed golf course is the first ever carved out of a lave field. Today, the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel still sets a standard by which others are judged … and the golf course after a polishing by son Rees Jones, shines as brightly as ever.

Course: Mauna Kea Golf Course
Par: 72
Yardage: 7370
Fee: $160-$255

Activities: golf, tennis, spa & fitness center, pool, dining, beauty salon, shops, beach & ocean activities, children's program, luau and more. . .

Resort: (800) 9-PRINCE

Golf: (808) 882-5400

Hotel: (808) 882-7222

Website: Visit Site

Mauna Lani Resort Hawaii / Big Island

The 3200-acre Mauna Lani Resort is incredibly natural given its size and scope. This is no surprise as all the way back in the 1930’s Francis I’I Brown the territorial representative, and extraordinary golfer’s stewardship of the land began by acquiring and protecting the oceanfront site that is now Mauna Lani. And today Mauna Lani remains committed to preservation of the land for future generations. Mauna Lani’s two outstanding golf courses are among the most photogenic on earth. As testimony to its superb quality and characteristics, the South Course hosted numerous Senior Skins Games and is now the home of the Hawaii State Open.

Course: Mauna Lani — North Course
Par: 72
Yardage: 6913
Fee: $195-$225

Course: Mauna Lani — South Course
Par: 72
Yardage: 6938
Fee: $195-$225

Activities: Golf, spa, ocean sports, fitness & tennis club, cultural activities and children's program

Golf: (808) 885-6655

Hotel: (800) 367-2323

Website: Visit Site

Waikoloa Beach Resort Hawaii / Big Island

The Waikoloa Beach Resort is truly remarkable. Since its beginning back in the 1980’s Waikoloa has been hailed as Hawaii’s resort of adventure. It’s big, bold and beautiful. From the spectacular Hilton Waikoloa Village to the oceanfront Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa and more… your accommodations possibilities are plentiful. And the activities are seemingly endless… At nearly every turn Waikoloa’s history and culture are there to greet you. When it comes to golf Waikoloa has two gems; the Robert Trent Jones Jr designed Beach Course and the Jay Morrish & Tom Weiskopf’s highly acclaimed Kings’ Course.

Course: Waikoloa — Beach Course
Par: 70
Yardage: 6566
Fee: $90-$180

Course: Waikoloa — Kings' Course
Par: 72
Yardage: 7074
Fee: $90-$180

Activities: golf, tennis, spa & fitness center, dining, shops, beaches & ocean activities, children's programs.

Resort: (877) WAIKOLOA

Golf: (808) 886-7888

Website: Visit Site

Ka'anapali Golf Resort Maui

The Ka’anapali Golf Resort features two courses that compliment each other very well. The Royal Ka’anapali Course has been a great test for the best players in the world for over five decades. And recently has been host to numerous big events on both the LPGA and Champions Tour along with the Golf Channel’s Big Break and currently the Wendy’s Champions Skins Game. The Kai Course offers a wonderful complement to the more difficult tournament course. The Kai is not overly long and is particularly user friendly for middle to high handicappers. The neighbor island vistas from the Kai Course are magnificent from nearly every hole.

Course: Kaanapali — Royal Ka'anapali
Par: 71
Yardage: 6700
Fee: $139-$249

Course: Kaanapali — Ka'anapali Kai
Par: 70
Yardage: 6388
Fee: $119-$205

Activities: 5 major hotels, condominiums, golf, dining, tennis, shops, spas and fitness centers, ocean activities, cultural activities and more.

Golf: (866) 454-GOLF (4653) / (808) 661-3691

Website: http://www.kaanapali-golf.com

Kapalua Resort Maui

Kapalua is an incomparable resort destination located on Maui’s northwest coast. This resort spans 23,000 glorious acres from the top of the verdant West Maui Mountains to six breath-taking bays that border the sea. Kapalua’s logo, the butterfly encompassing a pineapple, is one of the most famous and recognizable of any resort in the world. And when it comes to golf it may be the best known of any resort in Hawaii, and why wouldn’t it be, given the fact that Kapalua hosts the PGA TOUR’s Hyundai Tournament of Champions in January.

Course: Kapalua — Bay Course
Par: 72
Yardage: 6600
Fee: $148-$208

Course: Kapalua — Plantation Course
Par: 73
Yardage: 7411
Fee: $178-$278

Activities: golf, tennis, restaurants, beach & ocean activities, hiking, pineapple tours, cultural programs, children's programs.

Resort: (800) KAPALUA

Golf: (877) KAPALUA

Website: http://www.golfatkapalua.com/

Wailea Resort Maui

Along the sunny southern shore of Maui you will encounter a stunning resort called Wailea. Situated on 1500 acres, nestled at the base of Mount Haleakala and bordering five crescent shaped white sand beaches, this resort destination offers a wide range of flagship beachfront hotels for you to choose from. Wailea is the only resort in Hawaii with 54 holes of golf and each of the three 18-hole layouts offers a unique experience. The one thing you’ll never forget about Wailea Golf is the stunning vistas.

Course: Wailea — Emerald Course
Par: 72
Yardage: 6825
Fee: $99-$235

Course: Wailea — Gold Course
Par: 72
Yardage: 7078
Fee: $99-$235

Course: Wailea — Old Blue Course
Par: 72
Yardage: 6765
Fee: $99-$160

Activities: golf, tennis, spas & fitness centers, dining, shops, beaches & ocean activities, children’s programs, luaus, and more. . .

Golf: (888)328-MAUI / (808) 875-7450

Website: http://waileagolf.com

Four Seasons Resorts - Lanai Lanai

When visiting the Four Seasons Resorts Lana’i you have two distinct hotel properties that showcase the island’s diverse landscapes. Perched in the interior highlands of the island, amidst massive Cooke pines and eucalyptus trees is the Lodge at Koele. This resort embodies Lanai’s plantation past. The Lodge provides an ideal spot for rest and relaxation but also a convenient jumping off point to experience Lanai’s wilder world-class sporting life. The hunting on Lanai is great and there are many off-road trails to explore. The nearby Lanai Pine Sporting Clays course will entice beginner and challenge experts.

Activities: Beach, Fitness facilities, golf, Kids for all Seasons program, outdoor pool, snorkeling, spa services, tennis

Resort: 800-321-4666

Website: www.FourSeasons.com/Lanai/

Hawaii Prince Oahu

On Oahu the Hawaii Prince Hotel is located at the gateway to Waikiki here visitors are poised to enjoy the world-renowned Waikiki Beach and the best shopping in the islands all within walking distance. The Hawaii Prince Golf Club features 27 holes and is the only golf course on the Island that is owned and operated by a hotel in Waikiki. The three unique 9 hole layouts can be played in different combinations. Golf Course architect Arnold Palmer will reward you for a good driving here.

Course: Hawaii Prince Golf Club
Par: 72
Yardage: 7255
Course: B & C
Fee: $57-$160

Activities: golf, tennis, spas & fitness centers, dining, shops, beaches & ocean activities, children’s programs, luaus, and more. . .

Golf: (800) 944-4567

Hotel: (808) 956-1111

Website: http://princeresortshawaii.com/waikiki-oahu-golf.php

Turtle Bay Resort Oahu

On the northern most tip of the island of Oahu the Turtle Bay Resort sits on a peninsula with panoramic views of the stunning Pacific Ocean. Located on 880 acres this oceanfront property sits on five miles of beachfront with three gorgeous bays. Turtle Bay has two fine courses, the Fazio and the Palmer. Arnold Palmer created a wonderful blend of aesthetically pleasing visuals and tremendous shot values. The George Fazio Course is a very user-friendly resort layout that is just plain fun to play and is a great place to bring your family. It is also an excellent arena for higher handicappers to learn about playing golf in Hawaii.

Course: Turtle Bay Resort — Palmer Course
Par: 72
Yardage: 7218
Fee: $90-$185

Course: Turtle Bay Resort — Fazio Course
Par: 72
Yardage: 6769
Fee: $60-$115

Activities: golf, tennis, restaurants, spa, beach & ocean activities, swimming pools, horseback riding, hiking, children's program

Resort: (808) 293-6000 / (800) 203-3650

Golf: (808) 293-8574

Website: http://turtlebayresort.com/Golf/Golf.asp

Kauai Lagoons Kauai

Marriott's Kauai Lagoons-Kalanipu'u is a secluded oasis located on the lush Garden Isle of Kauai. Designed to accommodate the more discerning traveler searching for privacy and tranquility, the resort offers a uniquely serene Hawaiian experience.

Course: Kauai Lagoons Golf Club - Kiele Moana Course
Par: 71
Yardage: 7120
Fee: $135-$205

Activities: Golf, beach, shopping.

Golf: 800-634-6400

Website: http://www.kauailagoonsgolf.com

Poipu Bay Resort Kauai

At Poipu on the island of Kauai on 50 oceanfront acres bordering Keoneloa Bay you will encounter one of the most highly regarded resorts in Hawaii, the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa. The Poipu Bay Golf Course is one of Robert Trent Jones Jr’s best designs. As testament the best players in the world competed here at the PGA Grand Slam of Golf for 13 seasons.

Course: Poipu Bay Golf Course
Par: 72
Yardage: 7123
Fee: $95-$240

Activities: golf, tennis, beach & ocean activities (includes a five-acre saltwater lagoon), 25,000 sq. ft. indoor-outdoor ANARA® health and fitness spa, restaurants, mountain bike riding, children's Camp Hyatt program.

Golf: (800) 858-6300

Website: http://www.poipubaygolf.com

Princeville Resort Kauai

The St. Regis Princeville marks the legendary brand’s first resort in Hawaii and introduces an unparalleled level of sophistication and serene luxury to one of the most remarkable destinations in the world. Located in the 9,000 acre resort community of Princeville at Hanalei this luxury resort on Kauai resides on the northern shore of “the Garden Island” and provides visitors all the amenities expected from an island destination considered to be one of the most spectacular in Hawaii.

Course: Makai Golf Course at Princeville
Par: 72
Yardage: 7223
Fee: $179-$239

Course: Prince Golf Course at Princeville
Par: 72
Yardage: 7378
Fee: $165-$250

Activities: Golf, zip tours, horseback riding, hiking.

Golf: Prince Course: (808) 826-5001; Makai Course: (808) 826-1912

Website: http://www.princeville.com/

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