Stay & Play Package / 9 days 8 nights
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– 6 Nights accommodation on the Pride of America in a Inside Cabin / Twin Share
– 1 Golf Round at Kapalua Plantation Golf Course in Maui
– 1 Golf Round at Waikoloa Beach Course in Hawaii (Big Island)
– 1 Golf Round at Poipu Bay Golf Course in Kauai
– Return Port to Golf Course Transfers
– 2 Nights Post Cruise accommodation in Waikiki, Oahu
– 1 Golf Round at the Royal Hawaiian Golf Club
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Kapalua Plantation Golf Course, Maui
Consistently ranked as the #1 golf course in Hawaii, playing The Plantation Course is sure to be on every golfer’s bucket list. Designed by Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore, the course was designed on a grand scale in keeping with its location on the slopes of the West Maui Mountains and offers dramatic ocean views from virtually every hole. Its lengthy 7,411 yard par 73 layout challenges the pros but it’s wide fairways and generous greens make it very playable for the average golfer. With dramatic elevation changes, this course offers plenty of downhill tee shots. You’ll feel like one of the pros when – with the aid of the aggressive slope of the 18th fairway – you will enjoy hitting one of the longest drives of your life.
Waikoloa Beach Course, Big Island
The Beach Course is a study in color and contrast, its wide swaths of emerald-green boldly marked by unforgiving black lava, splashed with unabashed tropical flowers and bordered by the beautiful blues of lakes and vast Pacific. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., the Beach Course is poetry by the ocean, with the breathtaking look and tempting risk/reward that is classic Hawaii golf.
Poipu Bay Golf Course, Kauai
Adjacent to the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa on the sunny south shore of Kauai, this outstanding course is backed by lush emerald mountains and sculpted from a rolling plateau eight stories above the Pacific Ocean. Nestled among the gentle contours of Poipu Bay you’ll discover the remains of Hawaiian heiau (places of worship) and ancient stone walls. If this weren’t challenge enough, Mother Nature presents you with one distraction after another. From native nene geese and rare Hawaiian monk seals to green sea turtles and humpback whales, you’ll have lots of wild excuses to back your scorecard. Even the most focused golfer will be challenged by the breathtaking views.
Royal Hawaiian Golf Club, Oahu
Nestled at the base of the Ko’olau Mountains in Oahu, Royal Hawaiian Golf Club enjoys a stunning tropical setting framed by ancient jungle trees that climb to more than 100 feet tall. The father-and-son team of Pete and Perry Dye designed the course. There are many telltale signs that this is a Dye course, from the many elevation changes to the varied bunker styles that are utilized throughout. The round begins with stunning views as you plunge downhill into the Maunawili Valley. There are more trees and narrower fairways on the front nine, contrasting nicely with the wide-open back nine. Royal Hawaiian Golf Club’s back plays towards the mouth of the valley, offering a view of the mountains and sparkling blue Pacific waters in the distance. It’s not an overly punishing golf course but locals and visitors alike have called it the toughest and most scenic course you’ll find on Oahu.