Kapalua Plantation Course , Kapalua
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Address: 2000 Plantation Club Drive, Kapalua, Maui, HI 96761, United States
Ticket Price: 135 USD
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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About Kapalua Plantation Course , Kapalua
Hawaii’s greatest golf course earns its title for its impeccable infrastructure… and also for its impeccable view. There’s no part of the course from where you can’t enjoy spectacular views of either the Pacific Oceans or the West Maui Mountains. Famed for it’s rolling landscape, it’s quite large - 7411 yard par 73 layout, spread over 700 acres – and frequently hosts international championships. The world’s best golfers have played here. Golfing on calm days on Bermuda Grass is naturally better, but windy days serve up better challenges. Beginner golfers can sign up for lessons at the Kapalua Golf Academy.
Next to the golf course is an old pineapple farm (this whole are used to be a pineapple plantation). Most of the people on the golf course will be guests of the nearby Ritz-Carlton.
Kapalua Plantation Course Information
- Golfing attire is required.
- Metal spikes allowed.
Kapalua Plantation Course Ticket Prices
- Fees can go up to USD 295.
Kapalua Plantation Course Opening and Closing Hours
- The course tends to reserved for tournaments in January.
How To reach Kapalua Plantation Course by Public Transport
- You’ll have to drive to here if you’re not staying at the hotel.
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Kapalua Plantation Course , Kapalua Reviews
My wife and I came here a couple times for the breakfast which was GREAT! The food was always very good and she loved their blend of coffee. The views from the Plantation House were awesome and the service was great. Would definitely check it out if you are in the area! While recently back in Maui, we stopped in for breakfast again. As always, the food was very good and the service pleasant. The views were great... We could even see whales while we ate breakfast.
Absolutely incredible. The Kapalua Plantation Course is a breathtaking experience for any golf fan. The course is kept in immaculate shape along with the driving range and putting greens. Every hole gives you a new and incredible view of the water and neighboring islands. Absolutely 0 complaints and I pray I can play again here someday.
Great customer service. Some of the best I have had. Course was in the process of getting ready for the Tournament Of Champions so it was cart path only. Not ideal on such a hilly terrain but overall very enjoyable. Always enjoy my visits.
Humiliating experience. We took a wrong turn on a hiking trail and ended up on the course. We asked at the clubhouse for directions back to the trail and were no more than five minutes on our way when one of the employees - Kevin - stopped us and insisted we turn around. "This is a high-class resort and you two are improperly dressed. Turn back now and go around on the road." (We were hiking, so... I guess we weren't wearing the signature Ralph Lauren polo shirt required to be on the property.) We asked if we could just continue until we connected to the trail, but he became rude and belligerent and sent us to the road, forcing us to walk an hour out of our way to reconnect. Ruined our day. In an alternative universe where this isn't the snobbiest resort on the island, the employee would have asked us if we were lost then offered us a quick ride in the cart to get back to our trail. We would have apologized, thanked him, and been on our way. But we didn't seem to fit the demographic that is catered to at the resort, so we were treated poorly.
Bucket list experience! I got to enjoy it with my son in 2010. Always enjoy watching PGA event each January.