The Ocean Course

The Ocean Course designed by William Bell sits along the Pacific Ocean with stunning mountain views. The Mountain Course designed by William Bell, Nelson and Robin Wright offers breathtaking Kona coastline views, trails of ancient lava flows and is enriched with Hawaiian culture and wild life. These two distinctive and innovatively designed Big Island golf courses can be enjoyed by both beginners and advanced golfers.

Built in 1966, this William Bell designed course maintains its charm by incorporating natural settings along the Pacific Ocean and gorgeous mountain views. Be ready to take a picture on our signature holes #3 and #12. Enjoy seeing the grand splash on hole #13 where you will see the blow hole known as “puka” in Hawaiian. Keep a lookout for Humpback whales during November through March. Home of LPGA Takefuji Classic in 2000 and 2001, this 18 hole championship course offers wide, lush fairways, Bermuda grass greens and numerous sand bunkers. The only natural obstacles are the turquoise blue water and lava rocks. You'll know why this course was chosen as one of the top 100 courses by Golf Digest. Golf for Women magazine, ESPN, and ZAGAT Guide recognizes this course as one of nation's top golf facilities and it also has a rating of "excellent" as voted by players in America's top golf courses.

Championship Tee: Par 72, 6613 yards, Slope Rating 129