MAUI, HAWAII- The Valley Isle. Maui is the second largest island in the Hawaiian archipelago. The Valley Isle is an accurate description of Maui as it is formed by two dormant volcano’s that creates a valley that bridges between them. The famous volcano Haleakala, (aka East Maui Mountain) has a summit 10,000 feet high- 10,023 ft to be exact. It is considered to be one of the worlds tallest mountains- from sea floor to summit. To the West are the “West Maui Mountains”. In Hawaiian, the Mauna Kahalawai, are an older dead volcano that has eroded over the centuries leaving characteristic peaks and valleys. All in all, the surrounding blue waters of the Pacific, Haleakala’s towering summit and lush green valleys of the West Maui Mountains create the perfect backdrop top notch, world-class golf.

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