Mauna Kea Golf Course

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The Mauna Kea Golf course is a stunning oceanfront 18-hole par 72 championship golf course located on property at the Mauna Kea but also available to the public. The course was created in 1964 by Robert Trent Jones Sr and is built atop a sprawling lava field. The Mauna Kea Championship Golf Course has a yardage of 7,370, a slope rating of 144 and a USPGA rating of 76.6. The course has also received numerous accolades like Golf Course Magazine’s “Best Courses You Can Play,” a rank of 4th in Hawaii for 2017 and Golf Digest’s “America’s Greatest Public Golf Courses” from 2009 -2016. The signature event at the Mauna Kea course is the Annual Pro-Am Championship which takes place in December each year. There are also several other tournaments and events hosted at the course throughout the year.

The fairways and greens on this stunning course are made up of Bermuda grass, and there is a total of 99 bunkers and many tee levels to accommodate different skill levels. The course includes a driving range, putting greens, locker rooms and shower facilities. There is also a top quality pro shop available that offers quality golfing equipment, branded attire and accessories, logo golf items and gifts. There’s dining at the Number 3 Restaurant and the signature beverage cart serves cocktails and sandwiches for a quick bite.

$245 regular rate, $285 public rate (7 AM-1 PM)
$185 twilight rate, $195 public twilight rate (1 PM and after)
$135 9-hole rate, $150 9-hole public rate
$135 replay rate, $150 public replay rate
$95 junior rate, $95 junior rate for public

62-100 Mauna Kea Beach Drive
Kohala Coast, HI 96743

(808) 882-5400

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