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The Dunes at Maui Lani

Kahului, Hawaii
Kahului, Hawaii
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  • Address1333 Maui Lani Pkwy, Kahului, HI 96732, USA

Designed by Robin Nelson and opened for visitor play in 1999, The Dunes at Maui Lani has a distinct links feel to it. It’s laid out on a long, narrow property so the fairways are all routed in either a northwest or southeast direction, which means the prevailing wind cuts across the holes to add to the difficulty.

Feature holes on the front nine include the 145-yard 3rd (played semi-blind from the back markers tee due to the way a fescue-covered dune is positioned to the right of the fairway), and the 509-yard 4th, which plays to a putting surface perched in a plateau setting with a group of small bunkers guarding the front of the green.

On the back nine, many regard the 474-yard 10th as the signature hole on the card. Named “Down the Chute,” this hole begins with a tee shot from the highest point on the course before the fairway then plunges downhill, past a pond on the right, towards a heavily sand-protected green which is framed by trees.

Designed by Robin Nelson and opened for visitor play in 1999, The Dunes at Maui Lani has a distinct links feel to it. It’s laid out on a long, narrow property so the fairways are all routed in either a northwest or southeast direction, which means the prevailing wind cuts across the holes to add to the difficulty.

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Nelson & Haworth

At the start of the new millennium, Robin Nelson, Neil Haworth and Brett Mogg acquired the Belt Collins interest in the design firm that then became Nelson & Haworth.

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