Beach Course Videos
Beach Course Hole 2
A par 3 hole. Be sure to take enough club to get over the water and do not underestimate the trade winds.
Beach Course Hole 4
Ke ana (Lava Chimney)
One of three par 5’s which features a slight dogleg right with water running down the left side of the fairway. You will want to avoid the fairway bunker and OB on the right.
Beach Course Hole 5
Ka name o Pele (Pele’s Beauty)
A par 4 signature hole which has a short dogleg right with lava running down the entire right side of the hole. You will want to hit your tee shot in the fairway. The ideal approach shot is to play for the front of the green as the bunkers and lava surround the greenside.
Beach Course Hole 7
This par 5 is our signature hole of the resort as it features all of the beauty that one can imagine against the backdrop of the Pacific Ocean.
Beach Course Hole 9
Puni ka ku`ono (Around the Corner)
This sharp dogleg left par 4 features a fairway bunker that must be avoided on the tee shot. Watch out for the fairway bunker on the far end of the fairway.
Beach Course Hole 18
Ulu Loulu (Grove of Palms)
This par 4 hole overlooks the 17th green with Mauna Kea in the background. You face a slight left to right cross wind and will need to avoid the coconut palms on the right. A birdie here will win a lot of bets.