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Maui is a Golfer’s Paradise

Maui is known for it’s water sports, but golf reigns king here as well. I’ve heard there are approximately 15 courses (public and private) on the island.

The Wailea Blue Golf Course has been a staple in the Wailea area for many years. It was the first thing built in Wailea and is known as the Grand Dame of Wailea. Adjacent to the golf course are the Wailea Golf Vistas, a gated community consisting of approximately 48 home sites, most of which are already built upon. A handful of lots are for sale, as well as a 12,654 square foot home (MLS# 344411) located on a cul-de-sac with maximum privacy, listed for $1,328,000. Take a tour with me below.


4291 Wailina Place is lot #32 on this plot map

Also worthy of mention is the King Kamehameha Golf Club. The club is located on Honoapiilani Highway in the foothills of Wailuku. For me, the club is special for its clubhouse. The lore goes that Frank Lloyd Wright designed a home for Marilyn Monroe which was never built. Someone acquired the plans and built the clubhouse in the design of the original house. What awesome architecture it is.

Aside from the color pink, the home melds architecture with nature as only Frank Lloyd Wright can

Additional courses are as follows:

  • West Maui – Kapalua Bay, Kapalua Plantation, Kaanapali Royal, Kaanapali Kai
  • South Maui – Wailea Blue, Wailea Gold, Wailea Emerald, Elleair, Makena North
  • Central Maui – Dunes at Maui Lani, Kahili and Kamehameha Golf Club
  • Upcounty Maui – Pukalani Country Club

A good source of reviews of all of these courses is Golf Maui.

For more information on the Maui Golf Vistas or any golf properties, contact me. Aloha.

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Katie Minkus, R(B), Broker-in-Charge Big Island Sales

August 25, 2010

Aloha Ken. I’m not a golfer, but I believe my husband said the courses in Wailea are not just some of the best of the best in Hawaii, but some of the hardest as well!! (Which wasn’t a great point for him to make when trying to enroll me in golfing with him!).

Katie Minkus, R(B), Broker-in-Charge Big Island Sales

August 25, 2010

Aloha Ken. I’m not a golfer, but I believe my husband said the courses in Wailea are not just some of the best of the best in Hawaii, but some of the hardest as well!! (Which wasn’t a great point for him to make when trying to enroll me in golfing with him!).

Ken Molina R(S)

August 25, 2010

I’m not a golfer but my brother in law is and so are my nephews. They said the same thing. The courses in central Maui are very windy…fyi.

Ken Molina R(S)

August 25, 2010

I’m not a golfer but my brother in law is and so are my nephews. They said the same thing. The courses in central Maui are very windy…fyi.

Aloha Tony, Hawaii real estate agent

August 26, 2010

What a great picture. It makes me want to golf! Maui is awesome for golf, and Oahu has something like 36 golf courses too. But overall I think Maui has a nicer selection of high end resort courses. Plus real estate is a little cheaper there than on Oahu.

Aloha Tony, Hawaii real estate agent

August 26, 2010

What a great picture. It makes me want to golf! Maui is awesome for golf, and Oahu has something like 36 golf courses too. But overall I think Maui has a nicer selection of high end resort courses. Plus real estate is a little cheaper there than on Oahu.

Ken Molina R(S)

August 26, 2010

From what everyone tells me, you are correct about the golf courses. The real estate here can be pretty pricey too!

Ken Molina R(S)

August 26, 2010

From what everyone tells me, you are correct about the golf courses. The real estate here can be pretty pricey too!

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