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Wailea Golf Club - Gold Course100 Wailea Golf Club Dr
Wailea, HI 96753
Phone: (808)875-7450Fax: (808)875-5114
This resort, which was named by "GOLF Magazine" to its 1998 list of "Silver Medal Resorts," has three award-winning eighteen hole courses, as well as a full outdoor training facility and two clubhouses. All fifty-four holes afford spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and a nearby dormant volcano. The Blue Course celebrated its 25th anniversary in 1997, and features wide fairways that meander throughout the resort and the beautiful homes and condominiums. A true resort course, the Blue has seventy-four bunkers and four lakes, and is consistently ranked among Hawaii's best resort courses. It was rated 66th among the "Top 75 Resort Courses" by "Golf Digest" in 1992. The Gold Course is the most challenging of the three, with its rugged, natural look. The course incorporates ancient lava rock walls, stark rock outcroppings and gardens of indigenous grasses. Strategically-situated bunkers and the undulating terrain demand strategy and finesse to score well. "Golf Digest" ranked it the 7th "Best In State" course in 1995-96. The Emerald Course has a distinctly tropical flavor, and features abundant blossoms and beautiful landscaping. Designed to by a fun layout for all golfers, this course has four to six tee boxes on every hole, allowing players to tailor the course to their ability. This club has been honored as one of the country's most female-friendly golf facilities by "Golf for Women" magazine from 1996-99.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Tidwarf Grass||Fairways: Bermuda Grass|
|Dress Code:||No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required|
|Season:||Open all year|
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Worth the money, May 17, 2004
|reviewer: Larry Graves
from Lemont, Illinois
|The Wailea courses are top notch. The Gold Course gives a view of 3 other islands. An afternoon tee time can get you a spectacular sunset also. It is a course lines with lush vegetation and amazing wildlife. Bring water and plan on shorter drives due to the humidity. There are other cheaper courses but if you're going to golf in Hawaii, do not waste your time on a lousy course.|