Some of the world's best golf courses are on Kauai. Each of Kauai's golf courses has something to offer the avid golfer. The island has a great selection of courses with greens fees ranging from discount to resort, but even the more expensive courses offer some specials when you purchase multiple rounds.
Golf Now - Golf Course Directory for Hawaii - The quality of courses on the islands of Hawaii has turned it it into one of the world's great golf destinations. If you haven't ever had the pleasure of enjoying the Hawaii experience, it's time to say "aloha," sniff the fresh flower leis, and get out the clubs. "like the islands, Hawaii golf continues to grow and mature," writes Don Chapman. In fact, the islands have so much great golf in exotic settings that it might just be crazy to go anywhere else.
Kiahuna Golf Club - Enjoy golf surrounded by the lush, natural beauty of Kauai and it's Hawaiian culture on the newly renovated Kiahuna Golf Club in beautiful, sunny Poipu! World reknown architect, Robert Trent Jones II, skillfully included many ancient remnants of an authentic Hawaiian village into the design of the Kiahuna Golf Club. Your experience will be the beauty of the course as well as a sense of the enduring history of the region and Kauai.
Puakea Golf Course - Puakea Golf Course. Robin Nelson, Hawaii’s most prolific golf course architect, designed the course to play around deep ravines and streams fed by fresh mountain rain water.
Prince Course at Princeville Golf & Country Club - The resort was named to GOLF MAGAZINE's 2002 list of "Gold Medal Resorts." In addition GOLF MAGAZINE ranked the Ocean Course 20th in its "Top 100 You Can Play in the U.S."
The Golf Courses - Princeville Makai Golf Course - This club has three nine hole courses that are played in three eighteen hole combinations. The Ocean Course has a hole that requires a shot over the ocean. The Lake Course has two lakes that come into play on three holes. The Woods Course has a lake that comes into play on one hole. Hole #8, a 196-yard, par 3, is the most interesting hole on this course. "Golf Digest" rated the Ocean/Lake Course as the 8th "Best Public Course" in the state for 1995-96, and 6th in 1997-98. The same publication ranked it 48th among the "Top Resort Courses" for 1992.
Wailua Golf Course - The greens are undulating and well-protected, making them very challenging. The club hosted the USGA National Public Links Tournament in 1985. Locals consider it one of the best municipal courses in the state. "Golf Digest" ranked it 25th among the "Top 75 Public Courses" in 1990, and 2nd best under the category of "America's Top 75 Affordable Courses" in their list of "America's Best Golf Courses Everyone Can Play" for 1996.