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The Wailea Golf Club consists of three courses, the Blue Course, the Emerald Course, and the Gold Course. The Blue Course, first ever built in Wailea is known as the "Grand Lady" of courses. It's name comes from the elegant architecture, weder fairways, and large greens which have a beautiful view of the ocean and Mt. Haleakala. The Emerald Course is one of the newest courses on Maui, rated as one of North America's most women-friendly courses by Golf for Women because of it's tropical playground where flowers of all sorts bloom in abundance. The Gold Course is the most challenging of all three courses. Known as the "thinking player's" course because it demands high strategy and careful club selection. This course has a classic design w/ a rugged natural look. These courses are located in South Maui, Wailea.
Home to many of Maui's great golfers, the Waiehu Municipal Golf Course overlooks the beautiful ocean and the famous Waihe'e Reef. The first 9 holes, built in 1930 are set along the coastline, while the back 9 holes added in 1966 head toward the mountains. Keep in mind that the winds here can get pretty strong. Because this is a public course, the greens fees are low, but getting a tee time may be tough. Par 72; 6,330 yards. Slope rating 121/120/NR. Located in Central Maui, Waiehu.
Ironwood Hills is a 9-hole mountain course with few doglegs and no ponds. The challenge on this course lies in the hilly terrain, the narrow, heavily-wooded fairways, numerous sand bunkers, and the small, fast greens to challenge golfers. In addition, the strong trade winds can reach up to 25 miles per hour in the afternoons. Located on the island of Molokai. Par 34; 2,816 yards. Slope rating 121/124/128.
Set amid tall rows of Norfolk pines, Cavendish is a nine-hole, par-36 layout with long, straight fairways measuring 3,071 yards. The last hole may be the toughest on the course, with an elevated green and strong trade winds. Fees are paid via an honor system in a donation box, carts are not available. Located on the island of Lana'i. Par 36; 3,071 yards.
Built by Jack Nicklaus and Doug Stephenson, Challenge at Manele was ranked among the top 50 by Conde Nast Traveler. Facilities include a pro shop, clubhouse, and restaurant. Located on the island of Lana'i. Par 72; 6,310 yards. Slope rating 115/123/135.