The venue for the Hawaiian Open since 1965, the course at Waialae Country Club is a much-modified Seth Raynor layout that sadly only retains fleeting glimpses of its original design.
One of two 18-hole layouts to be found at the Hualalai resort, the Jack Nicklaus-designed Hualalai golf course is the only one that’s open to resort guests. It’s also used as an early season venue on the Champions Tour circuit.
Makena Golf & Beach Club is situated on the southwest coast of the Hawaiian island of Maui, beneath the towering shield volcano of Haleakala.
Robert Trent Jones Jnr designed the Gold course at the 54-hole Wailea golf complex in 1994 and it sits on a challenging, compact tract of land that slopes from east to west on Maui’s southwest coastline.
Named after the greatest king in the history of the Hawaiian Islands, the course at King Kamehameha Golf Club is set in the foothills of the West Maui Mountains.
A year after building the Gold course at Wailea Golf Club in 1994, Robert Trent Jones Jnr came back to add another 18-hole design, the Emerald course, thus completing the 54-hole golfing element at a sprawling facility.
The course at Hoakalei Country Club is a modern Ernie Els design, laid out on an old sugar cane plantation next to the former US Navy airfield at Barbers Point on the island of Oahu.
Robert Trent Jones Jnr designed the 18-hole Makai course at Princeville's Makai Golf Club and he returned to renovate the layout before its grand reopening in 2010.
First set out by Jack Nicklaus within a 36-hole golf facility known as Kauai Lagoons Golf Club in the late 1980s, the remodelled Ocean course at the Hōkūala resort winds through mango and guava groves on a dramatic clifftop property.
The original 18-hole course at the Mauna Lani Resort opened for play in 1981. A decade later, it was split in two with a new 9-hole circuit added to each nine to form the North and South courses.