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When most people imagine a trip to Hawaii, they think about spending a lot of time on sandy beaches. However, there are plenty of us that want absolutely nothing to do with the sand…traps. Hawaii is a golfer’s paradise. There is clearly no bad time of the year to enjoy 18 holes and you’ll be constantly surrounded by unbelievable natural beauty when you do. Read More

This is why the state hosts three different pro golf tournaments a year and sees countless others travel from all over the world for a chance to play here. Here’s what you can expect from the different islands.


Golfing on the Hawaiian Islands

Island of Hawai’i

The main island isn’t lacking for courses. So, no matter what kind of budget you’re working with, you’ll have no problem finding somewhere to play. Many of these courses include cliffside fairways right on the ocean. If at all possible, try getting a tee time on Mauna Lani, Waikoloa, or Mauna Kea, all of which are on the stunning Kohala Coast.

Oahu, Hawaii

You’ll find Hawaii’s first golf course on Oahu. People have been playing The Moanalua Golf Club since 1898. Of course, the legendary Turtle Bay Resort is here, too, located on the island’s famous North Shore. If you’re a fan of Greg Norman, it will probably be a dream come true to play at Royal Hawaiian Golf Club, which he designed.

Maui, Hawaii

The southwest corner of Maui has a number of golf courses, but the two most popular are probably located at Kapalua Resort and Kaanapali Beach Resort. If you can’t get a tee time at those, don’t worry. There are four more sitting between those two courses.

Kauai, Hawaii

Although the “Garden Isla” is best known for its cascading waterfalls and green mountains, it’s also home to Princeville Makai Golf Club and Ocean Course at Hokuala. The latter has more oceanfront holes than any other in the state. If you make it to Poipu Bay Golf Course, you can try to break Phil Mickelson’s standing record of 59.

Lanai, Hawaii

Though it’s not the largest island, it boasts one of the highest-ranked courses in the world: Manele Golf Course at Four Seasons Lanai. You may know if it as Jack Nicklaus’s most renowned masterpiece, the crown jewel of the courses he designed.

Molokai, Hawaii

On the other end of the spectrum, there is Ironwood Hills Golf Course, which is probably the most relaxed option in all of Hawaii. There is no clubhouse or golf pros. Just show up for your tee time and start playing.

Island of Hawai’i

The main island isn’t lacking for courses. So, no matter what kind of budget you’re working with, you’ll have no problem finding somewhere to play. Many of these courses include cliffside fairways right on the ocean. If at all possible, try getting a tee time on Mauna Lani, Waikoloa, or Mauna Kea, all of which are on the stunning Kohala Coast.

Oahu, Hawaii

You’ll find Hawaii’s first golf course on Oahu. People have been playing The Moanalua Golf Club since 1898. Of course, the legendary Turtle Bay Resort is here, too, located on the island’s famous North Shore. If you’re a fan of Greg Norman, it will probably be a dream come true to play at Royal Hawaiian Golf Club, which he designed.

Maui, Hawaii

The southwest corner of Maui has a number of golf courses, but the two most popular are probably located at Kapalua Resort and Kaanapali Beach Resort. If you can’t get a tee time at those, don’t worry. There are four more sitting between those two courses.

Kauai, Hawaii

Although the “Garden Isla” is best known for its cascading waterfalls and green mountains, it’s also home to Princeville Makai Golf Club and Ocean Course at Hokuala. The latter has more oceanfront holes than any other in the state. If you make it to Poipu Bay Golf Course, you can try to break Phil Mickelson’s standing record of 59.

Lanai, Hawaii

Though it’s not the largest island, it boasts one of the highest-ranked courses in the world: Manele Golf Course at Four Seasons Lanai. You may know if it as Jack Nicklaus’s most renowned masterpiece, the crown jewel of the courses he designed.

Molokai, Hawaii

On the other end of the spectrum, there is Ironwood Hills Golf Course, which is probably the most relaxed option in all of Hawaii. There is no clubhouse or golf pros. Just show up for your tee time and start playing.

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Global Network of Partner Resorts

We’ve partnered with thousands of courses to provide a similarly large number of destinations that our Ship Sticks customers have access to. For almost anywhere you want to travel, Ship Sticks customers can enjoy a stress-free journey to the resort without the burden of carrying their clubs from the airport to the clubhouse.

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Because of our partnerships, we’re able to offer a substantial discount to our Ship Sticks customers. The cost of using Ship Skis is often comparable with or even less expensive than checking your clubs with an airline.

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