Which Island in Hawaii has the most golf courses?

Which Island in Hawaii has the most golf courses?

The Big Island, with its varying climates and topography, offers the widest array of golf courses in Hawaii. If you’re thinking about a Hawaii golf vacation, it never hurts to think big. As in, the Big Island of Hawaii. It’s twice as big as all the other islands combined, and it’s also the newest, which makes for some interesting topography.

How many holes in a big island golf course?

Daily Fee – 9 Holes – Par 33 – 2490 yards This Big Island golf course is friendly, local, and has a very Hawaiian sense of community. This course serves as its own social center in the former sugar mill town of Honokaa along the Big Island’s Hamakua Coast. Amazingly enough, this nine-hole course is packed into just 15 acres.

How many golf clubs are there on Kauai?

The island of Kauai has 8 golf clubs: Kauai Lagoons G.C. (Kiele Mauka Nine / Kiele Moana Nine • Waikahe Nine) Kiahuna G.C., Koloa Kukuiolono G.C., (9 hole) Makai G.C. at Princeville (Ocean & Lakes nines • Woods Course (9 hole)). Poipu Bay Resort G.C., Poʻipū. Prince G.C. at Princeville, Hanalei. Puakea G.C., Lihue

How much does it cost to play golf in Hilo?

There are 2 golf courses in Hilo: Greens fees $25 Mon-Fri; $35 Sat-Sun (if you can get a tee time); twilight rates are $10 less The municipal golf course in Hilo is the only golf course on the Big Island with a municipal layout. Visit their website for details.