Category Archives: Mauna Lani Golf

Mauna Lani Signature Hole Condos

Mauna Lani Point offers the best of both worlds for golfers. A privileged  oceanfront location provides the ultimate Hawaii views sure to please everyone in the group. Plus select condos also have awe-inspiring views of the famous 15th over-water hole of the Mauna Lani Golf Course. This par 3 is one of the most photographed golf holes in the world.  Lucky are the guests of these Mauna Lani Point condos who enjoy this dramatic view all day long!

Ocean View Condos in Hawaii

Friends are sure to be envious when you post photos like this of your  condo rental at Mauna Lani Point. The gated resort community assures privacy for groups of golfers traveling together.

An indoor/outdoor entertainment pavilion is perfect for casual grilled dinners. It features lounge furniture for pre-dinner cocktails, gas grills and an outdoor kitchen and dining table.

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Just adjacent is a beautiful pool with outdoor showers, bathrooms, and a sauna.

 

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Hawaii Golf Courses in Paradise

Hawaii is the quintessential vacation destination: year-round warm weather, white-sand beaches, and top-notch resort rental options. All this and more has made Hawaii a world-class resort spot, and a perfect place to relax with a professionally-mixed Arnold Palmer on one of Mauna Lani’s top-notch golf courses.

Divided between the North and the South Course, Mauna Lani’s scenic walk through the links combined with the unique pedigree of the courses make this island a one-of-a-kind golfer’s delight. Golf Magazine agrees, and has actually awarded the 6,993 yard, 72-par North Course a Gold Medal for its technically challenging, PGA-caliber holes and its breathtakingly unique scenery. In fact, the North Course’s 17th hole –a par 3 situated in a naturally-occurring lava-rock amphitheater– is one of the most sought-after photo-opportunities on the entire island. The scenery doesn’t end there, either. On the north border of the 18th hole, there is a 230-acre protected archeological district for more shots of the Island’s natural splendor.

The South Course is also heralded as a PGA-caliber set complete with its own brand of natural splendor. Winding through the path of the ancient Kaniku lava flow, the 7,029 yard, par 72 course also boasts priceless views of Hawaii’s dramatic surroundings. Similarly to the North Course, the South Course also has a highly-photogenic hole that places you on top of the Big Island and gives the opportunity for a complete panoramic view of all of Hawaii. So, even if your score at the 15th hole is less than stellar, the memories created and the photos taken will forever be a treasured token of your Hawaii Golf vacation.

And for the golfer who wants to experience Hawaii Island’s majestic views but has been out of practice for some time, professional golf instruction with a full array of putting, pitching, and driving tools are available. Putting greens, practice ranges, and a fully-stocked pro-shop are a few of the bonuses the golfers have at their fingertips. And for the kids, the Keiki course is designed specifically to accommodate the junior golfers and set them up for a lifetime of success on the links.

One of the most exotic and comprehensive golf adventures is available at one location. Offering golf specials, instructional discounts, and specials for the family. After the day of strokes, putts, and drives is over, Mauna Lani Point resorts will have a comfortable place for you to lay your head and eagerly look forward to another day on the island links.

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Mauna Lani Resort Hawaii State Open

Mauna Lani Resort Hawaii State Open- Hawaii’s most prestigious and historic golf event of the year, is taking place this year, Friday, Dec. 12 – Sunday, Dec. 14. The tournament is held on the lush and pristine South and North courses of the resort. The courses, set on the serene Hawaiian island, are truly majestic with their perfect grasses and spectacular views. The 54-hole, stroke-play tournament flaunts not only majestic natural scenery but also top golf talent. Players will enjoy the immaculate and challenging course alongside beautiful and serene views overlooking the Hawaiian landscapes and Pacific Ocean whilst playing among challenging and notable talent.

Last year’s title holder- Nick Mason- birdied himself to victory over defending champion Dean Wilson. Mason won the tournament with a score of 4 under 68 in his final round. The tournament ended in a dramatic finale when Nick Mason took the title despite the volcanic fog looming over the course.

Registration for this year’s tournament opens Oct. 10 and closes on Nov. 29 at 5:00pm. The fee prices vary upon the player. The different divisions are as listed: A-Flight (Men), Men’s Open, Pro Senior, and Women’s Open. The tournament is formatted for six-person groups, including five amateurs and one professional. You have the option of inviting your own professional for your group. If not, the tournament committee will choose a professional for your team. For more info and entry forms, please visit this webpage: http://www.aspga.com/category/homepage/

Players and participants are offered special rates for lodging accommodations at the Maui Lani Resort. Players and participants can book ocean side rooms at the luxurious resort in order to fully soak up the premium golf and the exceptional accommodations sitting alongside of the courses. Rates and offers as well as terms and conditions can be viewed through the following website:

http://alohapga.bluegolf.com/bluegolf/alohapga13/event/alohapga1325/index.htm

 

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The Accidental Golfer At Mauna Lani Point

The Mauna Lani Point had the pleasure of hosting Mike Bailey, the Accidental Golfer during his visit the Hawaii, the Big Island.  Mike writes about his golf experiences for www.worldgolf.com and has been a Senior editor for PGA Magazine .

 

To read his article, visit his blog.

 

Mike took a fabulous photo from his townhome a the Mauna Lani Point:

 

Mike Bailey's view from his townhome at The Mauna Lani Point
Mike Bailey's view from his townhome at The Mauna Lani Point

 

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