King Kamehameha

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Book King K and play Maui’s premiere private course. King K is an immaculately cared for course with Maui’s highest USGA ranking. This is a perfect course for avid golfers looking for private amenities. This is a private club and tee times can be limited-  Closed to Outside Public play after Jan 1, 2017.  Must play with  a member, call us as Clif Couincil, PGA owner of King K GC is a member but very limited times, call for details 808-875-4653

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Product Description

The King Kamehameha Golf Club (aka King K) is Maui’s only 18-hole private golf course. Located on the sloped of the West Maui Mountains, King K is beautifully maintained and offers bicoastal views of North and South Maui. It has Maui’s highest USGA Course rating at 75.7 so perfect for avid golfers. The trade winds play a large role at King K with its location in Central Maui. Large fairways, greens, dogleg holes take perfect advantage of the mountain natural terrain. There are several beautiful water features- lakes and waterfalls that make this Guest for the Day program so special.  Course closes to Public play on Dec 31, 2016,  Jan 1, 2017  need to play with a member,  Call us if you want to play as the owner is a member of King K GC.  At the present, this is a member only private club. CAll Maui Golf Shop to get details to play with owner and member.

Additional Information

Tee Times

7am-8am, 8am-9am, 9am-10am, 10am-11am, 11am-Noon, Noon-1pm, 1pm-2pm, 2pm-3pm, 3pm-4pm, 4pm-5pm

General Info

2500 Honoapiilani Hwy, Wailuku, HI 96793




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Year built : 1991,2005 GPS Tracking Yes Lockers/showersYes
Greens TifEagle Metal Spikes No Cart fees Included
Fairways Tifton 328 Walking No Rider Fee Yes
Practice Range Yes Fivesomes No Twilight rates No
Lessons Yes Pro Shop Yes Bar & Restaurant Yes


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