Day 1 (Arrival)
Day 2 (Maui Golf)
Day 3 (Maui Golf)
Day 4 (Maui Golf)
Day 5 (Lanai)
Day 6 (Lanai Golf)
Day 7 (Lanai Golf)
Day 8 (Hawaii)
Day 9 (Hawaii Island Golf)
Day 10 (Big Island)
Day 11 (Big Island Golf)
Day 12 (Big Island Optional Golf)
Day 13 (Waikiki)
Day 14 (Oahu Golf)
Day 15 (Waikiki)
Today is a “chill day” after yesterday’s mad antics!
Suggested ideas today include:
How about a nice cold draft beer at the Yard House in nearby Lewers Street. Plenty of action there with iconic American snacks and lots of on tap options.
Day 16 (Optional Golf)
Day 17 (Homewards)
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Pricing in the brochure was based on the original tour scheduled for April 2020. Due to Covid-19 prices for the rescheduled tour are yet to be released.
Wailea Beach Resort (Maui)
The Wailea Beach Resort overlooks the beautiful Pacific Ocean with stunning views of Lanai and Kaho’olawe islands. The Resort features three championship golf courses named Emerald, Blue and Gold. A private beach, numerous swimming pools and a level of tranquillity that is hard to beat, Wailea Beach Resort is the ultimate golfer’s paradise in Maui. There are no less than six choices to dine at Wailea Beach Resort, as well as the Mandara Spa for non-golfers.
Four Seasons Resort (Lanai)
The Four Seasons Resort in Lanai is one of the most secluded resorts in the Hawaiian archipelago. The five-star Resort is home to the world-famous Manele Bay Golf Course designed by The Golden Bear Jack Nicklaus. Featuring multiple pools, lagoons and botanical gardens, The Resort embodies luxury. Non-golfers can enjoy numerous beaches, walking trails, tennis courts, the Hawanawana Spa, and shopping at the Four Seasons Lanai Resort.
Westin Hapuna Beach (Hawaii Island)
Residing on the South-West coast of the Big Island in Hawaii, the Westin Hapuna Beach Resort lies on centuries-old lava fields, with an untouched coastline and contemporary living, the Resort is truly world-class. Manicured gardens and various resort pools create an ambience of peace and isolation that encourages reflection and relaxation in a way that only Hapuna Beach can. The award-winning Championship golf course at Hapuna was designed by the late Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay and remains a beacon of The Big Island in the golfing world.
Moana Surfrider (Oahu)
Overlooking the famous Waikiki Beach on Oahu’s southern coast, the Moana Surfrider Hotel is known as the “First Lady of Waikiki.” The Hotel is owned by Westin, and that means luxury opening unto a beach. The Hotel opened its doors in 1901 and offers a seamless blend of Victorian architecture, elegance and comfort with an old-world luxury ambience. The Hotel overlooks the famous Waikiki Beach and is just minutes on foot from the dining and shopping strip of Waikiki. If you are staying in Waikiki, there is no better place than Moana Surfrider.
Wailea Emerald (Maui)
Ideal for golfers of all levels, the Wailea Emerald golf course is the perfect way to begin your Escorted Golf Tour. The golf course has a par of 72, with more forgiving hazards than its two siblings. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr, the Wailea Emerald course is the perfect all-rounder, with fantastic views, fun challenges and a pleasant environment to enjoy your first round at Wailea Beach Resort.
Wailea Gold (Maui)
Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr, the Wailea Beach Resort’s Gold course features stunning views of nearby Mount Haleakala and the Pacific Ocean. The rugged beauty of the golf course is apparent in the dramatic terrain changes, lush surrounds and volcanic rock. The natural landscape is utilised to every advantage on the Gold course; it is considered the middle child of the Wailea golf courses in terms of the challenges presented.
Wailea Blue (Maui)
The most challenging of the three golf courses at Wailea Resort, the Blue course was designed by Arthur Jack Snyder and is known as the ‘Grand Lady of Wailea.’ It offers beautiful views of Mount Haleakala and the Pacific Ocean. The golf course is hilly compared to its siblings because it is located in the foothills of the mountain. The 18-hole route features doglegs, blind tee shots to narrow fairways and exhilarating elevation changes. The beauty of Maui is represented in the Wailea Beach Resort’s Blue golf course.
Manele Bay (Lanai)
Designed by The Golden Bear, Jack Nicklaus, Manele Bay golf course is world-famous. Bill and Melinda Gates were married on the 12th tee. The 6,637-metre golf course features commanding Pacific Ocean views with three holes incorporating the ocean into their backdrops. Manele Bay is a stunning golf course that combines velvet fairways with stark lava outcrops. Playing once is never enough at Manele Bay.
Hapuna Golf Club (Hawaii)
The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort has an onsite golf course. Its 18-hole route features an intriguing mix of links and resort-style holes, which is a combination rarely seen together. Many holes have undulating fairways leading to elevated greens with fescue-grass runoffs that create a links-like feel. Golfers will find Pacific-ocean views from each of Hapuna golf course’s eighteen holes. Challenges come in the form of dramatic elevation changes, sea breezes and winding holes that make distances difficult to judge.
Mauna Kea (Hawaii)
One of Hawaii’s best golf courses, Mauna Kea, lies on the Kohala Coast of Hawaii’s Big Island. Designed in 1964 by Robert Trent Jones, the championship golf course has been in the centre of Hawaii’s golf competitions for decades. Recent improvements have been overseen by Rees Jones (his youngest son). The iconic hole is the par-3 third, featuring a long carry from tee to green over crashing waves and lava fields. Large bunkers that are characteristic of Robert Trent Jones litter the golf course; Mauna Kea has every hallmark of a championship course.
Royal Hawaiian Golf Club (Oahu)
Hawaii’s oldest golf club is the Royal Hawaiian Golf Club, situated on the south side of Oahu. The club was founded in 1933, while the course was designed by the late Pete Dye and his son Perry Dye. The golf course is the first that the duo worked on together. The Royal Hawaiian Golf Course was recently redesigned by The Shark, Greg Norman, from Australia. The golf course brings to mind Jurassic Park with towering tropical mountains, overgrown foliage and terrain changes. The golf course is a relatively unknown gem, but it will be a tour highlight.
Please refer to the itinerary for scheduled sightseeing days and activities.
Big Island Volcano Tour
While on the Big Island of Hawaii, a local guide will take us into the volcanic regions of what is a stunning and ecological phenomenon that must be seen to be believed. The lava flows are not accessible by road and are not always occurring; the views of blackened lava with lush Hawaiian foliage as a backdrop is unforgettable. The scenes on tour resemble Earth’s creation and have a very intriguing effect on the mind.
How to spend your time at Waikiki