Maui Golf Rounds Presents:
Kapalua Bay and Plantation

Kapalua Bay

The Bay is Kapalua's first course and was designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Sean in 1975. This course runs by the Ritz Carlton down to the ocean and offers some challenging golf on two short but tricky ocean holes when the trades are blowing. The back side is more sheltered from the wind and plays a little easier. The exception is the finishing holes... 16 with a stream winding down the middle of the fairway makes the tee shot a little more of a decision with the wind blowing 20 mph into your face. 17 is a tough well-bunkered par 3 with a lake on the left for a long iron shot. Most enjoy playing golf on the Bay because of the ocean holes. Lava flowing into the sea created Kapalua which means "Arms embracing the Sea."

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Kapalua Bay

Kapalua Plantation

This resort is ranked one of the best in the nation by GOLF Magazine. Terraced among silvery-blue pineapple fields above a flawless beach in glamorous west Maui, Kapalua is the only resort in the nation that manages to combine an essentially rural character with world-class sophistication.

Golf-wise, the resort's star attraction is the Plantation Course. Designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, the Plantation has broad fairways and enormous greens; which are a match for the sprawling, verdant site, that rambles over dramatic, topsy-turvy terrain swept by Pacific winds.

Views of Molokai and other offshore islands from all three courses are outstanding.

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Kapalua Plantation


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