The King Kamehameha Golf Club 2013 US Open Local Qualifying

For the fourth year in a row the United States Golf Association selected The King Kamehameha Golf Club as one two qualifying sites in Hawaii. Players from Maui, Oahu, The Big Island, and California will gather for the first of two qualifying stages for a chance to play in the 113th U.S. Open.

Come out and support the seven members in the field!

For more information about The King Kamehameha Golf Club, contact:
Rick Castillo, PGA – Director of Golf
The King Kamehameha Golf Club and Kahili Golf Course
2500 Honoapiilani Highway Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii 96793
Office: (808)249-0092
Fax: (808) 249-8786

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GolfLink Incorporated – Custom Logo Golf Balls Hawaii

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If you’re looking for top-quality Personalized Golf Balls in Hawaii, GolfLink Incorporated has the best deals! GolfLink Incorporated offers the lowest prices on Personalized Golf Balls from name-brand golf equipment manufacturers like Top Flite, Precept, Pinnacle and many more. GolfLink Incorporated is the best source for Personalized Golf Balls anywhere on the web.

We can Imprint your custom logo, photo, or personalized message directly on your golf balls!! Perfect for special events, gifts, country clubs, golf courses, golf tournaments or just to have your own custom balls!

GolfLink Incorporated produces your custom logo golf balls locally, on Oahu, providing quick turn around times with FREE Set Up, No Minimum Order and 3 Day Service!!

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Wailea Old Blue Golf Club – Maui Hawaii 808-879-2530

Wailea Old Blue Golf Club – Maui Hawaii 808-879-2530

Dominating Maui’s skyline is the majestic 10,023-foot dormant volcano, Mt. Haleakala. Meandering across her lower foothills are the pristine fairways of the Wailea Old Blue Course. Stretching 6,765 yards from its tips, this classic Arthur Jack Snyder beauty has charmed her way into the heart of many a Wailea golfer. With cooling fountains, serene lakes, exotic blossoms and coral sand bunkers, the Old Blue is a true Hawaiian resort course.
Her immaculate fairways are woven through the resort, offering a picturesque “tour” of Wailea, with spectacular views of the azure ocean and dramatic volcanic slopes. Her graceful design and generous fairways offer a pleasing repast for “weekend” golfers, but elevation changes and strategically placed hazards have tested some of the best professional players. On the Wailea Old Blue Course ocean vistas are to be found at every hole. In fact, years back when the LPGA Women’s Kemper Open was played here, tournament officials had to admonish some of the competitors for slow play. Turns out the pros were dallying at the 12th hole to do a little whale watching.

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Wailea Old Blue Golf Club
100 Wailea Golf Club Drive
Wailea, Maui, Hawaii 96753
808-879-2530

Wailea Old Blue Golf Club

The King Kamehameha Golf Club – Michael H. Lyons II Palaka Award 2012

The King Kamehameha Golf Club – Michael H. Lyons II Palaka Award 2012 Luncheon & Golf Ball Drop

The 2012 Michael H. Lyons II Palaka Award Luncheon & Golf Ball Drop took place on Friday, August 24, 2012 at The King Kamehameha Golf Club.

To recognize outstanding long-term volunteer service leadership to nonprofit organizations, the Rotary Club of Kahului has revived the Michael H. Lyons II Palaka Award. Created in honor of Mike’s tireless community support, the award is named for the signature palaka shirts he wore.

12 finalists were recognized and The Palaka Award winner was announce at the King Kamehameha Golf Club during a special luncheon on Friday, August 24. Nominees for the award exemplify the highest ideals of volunteer service to a nonprofit organization.

Net proceeds from the golf ball drop directly fund Rotary Club of Kahului’s Michael H. Lyons II Scholarship program, which provides college scholarships for exceptional Maui youth.

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The King Kamehameha Golf Club
2500 Honoapiilani Highway – Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii 96793
Phone: 808.249.0033

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The King Kamehameha Golf Club – 2012 US Open Local Qualifying Tournament

The King Kamehameha Golf Club – US Open Local Qualifying Tournament 2012.

For the third consecutive year, the United States Golf Association selected The King Kamehameha Golf Club as one two qualifying sites in Hawaii. Thirty-eight players from Maui, Oahu, The Big Island, and California will gather for the first of two qualifying stages for a chance to play in the 112th U.S. Open at The Olympic Club in San Francisco. Spectators are welcome with the first tee time at 8:00 a.m. from the first tee. Due to the tournament, the first tee time for members and guests is 10:40 a.m. Thank you for your understanding. Come out and support the seven members in the field!

For more information about The King Kamehameha Golf Club, contact:
Rick Castillo, PGA – Director of Golf
The King Kamehameha Golf Club and Kahili Golf Course
2500 Honoapiilani Highway Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii 96793
Office: (808)249-0092
Fax: (808) 249-8786

http://www.KingKamehamehaGolf.com

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Four Seasons Resorts – Lanai Hawaii

Welcome to the Island of Lana`i

The Four Seasons Resorts Lana’i had two unique experiences on this magical Hawaiian island, Manele Bay Resort and The Lodge at Koele. On the pristine island of Lana’i, these two Four Seasons resorts provide a one-of-a-kind experience – presenting both ocean and highlands landscapes and balancing a sense of tranquility with an abundance of recreational activities. For Reservations at both locations call 1 (800) 321-4666.

Manele Bay
Welcome to Four Seasons Resort Lana’i at Manele Bay. Discover an ocean-side paradise bordering a marine preserve that teems with colourful reef fish and protected species such as green sea turtles and spinner dolphins. Laze on the white-sand beach or golf on two world-ranked courses. Explore this untouched island playground, and experience your own private Hawaii.

Evoking a relaxed island feel, the Resort’s 236 spacious guest rooms – including 21 suites – feature warm golden tones enhanced by rich cherry and rustic wicker furnishings along with tropical accents and East Asian influences. All rooms open to a private lanai – Hawaiian for a terrace or balcony – furnished with an inviting daybed, small dining table and two chairs. Views encompass lushly landscaped gardens or Hulopo‘e Bay and the Pacific Ocean.

Standard amenities include a rattan writing desk, dual-line telephones with voice mail, an entertainment centre with a 40-inch (101-centimetre) LCD television and DVD player, and high-speed Internet access.

Deeply comfortable Four Seasons beds feature a custom two-poster headboard with a hand-carved pineapple motif, the symbol of Lana‘i. Spacious bathrooms offer signature Four Seasons features: a marble double-basin vanity, deep soaking tub and separate glass-enclosed shower stall.

Four Seasons Lana’i at Manele Bay
One Manele Bay Road, P.O. Box 631380
Lana’i City, Hawaii, U.S.A., 96763
(808) 565-2000

http://www.fourseasons.com/manelebay/

 

Welcome to Four Seasons Resort Lana’i, The Lodge at Koele. Like a gracious country manor, hidden within the central highlands on the private island of Lana’i, Four Seasons shares a unique perspective of Hawaii’s natural beauty. Savour peaceful tranquillity, along with two world-ranked golf courses and exciting adventures on land and at sea.

Infused with upcountry plantation charm, the Resort’s 102 luxurious rooms and suites – some with a stone fireplace – are set on two levels within the main building and in the north and south wings. Residential-style furnishings and colourful décor are inspired by the natural surroundings. Every room has ceiling fans, paintings by local artists, a cosy window seat and carved pineapple finials on the two-poster bed. Technology includes a 40-inch (101-centimetre) LCD television and high-speed Internet access.

On the spacious lanai (balcony or terrace), guests can relax on rustic outdoor furniture and enjoy the crisp highland air. Tranquil vistas encompass a mix of views over the lush gardens, Orchid House, Pagoda, reflecting pond, riding stables and an old Hawaiian church. Spacious bathrooms offer Four Seasons signature features, including a marble double-basin vanity and deep soaking tub with shower.

Four Seasons Lana’i – The Lodge at Koele
One Keomoku Highway, P.O. Box 631380
Lana’i City, Hawaii, U.S.A., 96763
(808) 565-4000

http://www.fourseasons.com/koele/

 

 

The Challenge at Manele – Island of Lanai Golf

High above the crashing surf of Hulopo’e Bay, The Challenge at Manele is an outstanding course that more than lives up to its name. Built on lava outcroppings, the course features three holes on cliffs, which use the Pacific Ocean as a water hazard. The five-tee concept challenges the best golfers – tee shots over natural gorges and ravines must be precise.

Designed by Jack Nicklaus, this dramatic, unspoiled natural terrain is a stunning backdrop, and every hole offers majestic ocean views. The winter months bring spectacular sightings of whales right from the fairways.

The golf course is open every day from 6:30 am to 4:30 pm.

The Challenge at Manele
P.O. Box 630310
Lana’i, HI 96763
Phone: (808) 565-2222

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The Challenge at Manele

The Experience at Koele – Island of Lanai Golf

Designed by golf legend Greg Norman and architect Ted Robinson, this championship course offers stunning views of mountains and lush greens, with the ocean in the distance. It offers dramatic contrast to The Challenge at Manele, with a cooler climate, wooded slopes, manicured bunkers and terraced water hazards.

The course begins on a plateau nearly 2,000 feet (610 metres) above sea level, with sweeping views of Maui and Moloka’i across the ocean channel. The signature hole, Number 17, plays from a 250-foot (76-metre) elevated tee to a fairway bordered by a lake on one side and dense foliage the other. The front nine moves dramatically through ravines wooded with pine, koa and eucalyptus trees, and seven lakes and flowing streams with cascading waterfalls dot the entire course. No other course offers a more incredible combination of highland terrain, inspired landscape architecture and range of play challenges. Playing a round here will ensure you bragging rights, no matter what your score.

The golf course is open Wednesday through Sunday from 6:30 am to 4:30 pm

The Experience at Koele
1 Keomoku Highway, P.O. Box 631380
Lanai City, HI 96763
(808) 565-4653

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The Experience at Koele

2011 Maui Open Golf Tournament – Dunes at Maui Lani

The 2011 Maui Open Golf Tournament (presented by Maui Toyota) was held August 5-7, 2011 at The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course.

The 2011 Dunes at Maui Lani Maui Open is a 36-hole stroke-play event with two major flights: Championship, for senior, super-senior, amateur and professional golfers whose USGA handicap index is 6.2 or better; and an A-Flight, for amateur golfers whose USGA handicap index is 15.4 or better. In the event of any ties, a sudden-death playoff shall decide the Champion. USGA, ASPGA, and The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course local rules were applied.

The 2011 Maui Open concluded with event sponsors Dave Gleason and Damian Farias donating $1000 to Maui Junior Golf (photo above). Wire-to-wire leader, and Maui pro, Sam Cyr won the event. Dick McClean, a former multiple winner, won the Senior Division. Longtime Kapalua pro Dean Prince won the Super Seniors Division, and Allan Souza won the A-Flight.

For more information, please visit the official event website at: http://open.mauigolf.org or call Pro Shop at: 873-0422.

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Dunes at Maui Lani
1333 Mauilani Pkwy, Kahului
(808) 873-0422

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The King Kamehameha Golf Club – 2011 Michael H. Lyons Palaka Award

The Rotary Club of Kahului recently held a fundraising event benefiting the Michael H. Lyons II Memorial Scholarship Fund and the prestigious 2011 Mike Lyons Palaka Award ceremony and luncheon at The King Kamehameha Golf Club in Waikapu.

The 2011 recipient of the Palaka Award was Helen Nielsen of the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust; Rob Shelton of the Lahainaluna High School Foundation.

The Mike Lyons Palaka Award, created to honor Lyons’ commitment to community, is presented for outstanding long-term service to a leader of one of Maui’s nonprofit organization.

“The Palaka Award is the ultimate accolade,” said Leslie Mullens, Rotary Club of Kahului president. “It acknowledges consistent and meaningful hands-on philanthropy while honoring Mike Lyons’ legacy as one of Maui’s most inspiring leaders.”

Throughout his career, Lyons served on the boards of numerous community groups and was instrumental in founding several nonprofit organizations on the island. Among his many roles, he served as founder and chairman of the Maui Economic Development Board; governor of District 5000 (Hawai’i) Rotary International; president of the Maui Chamber of Commerce, Kahului Rotary Club and the J. Walter Cameron Center; chairman of Maui United Way; and treasurer and board member of the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.

“Lyons was the epitome of a Rotarian and a prominent, tireless Maui figure,” added Mullens.

Lyons passed away on March 26, 2004, leaving a legacy that continues to impact and inspire to this day. The award is named for his signature palaka shirts.

The innovative golf ball drop fundraiser was held just prior to the luncheon. Participants were asked to make a cash donation to acquire one or more numbered golf balls, which were then dropped from a helicopter 250 feet above a target on the King Kamehameha Golf Club driving range. Balls landing closest to the target were awarded prizes, including a Napa Valley Getaway and a Grand Wailea Hotel Staycation package.

Net proceeds from the golf ball drop directly fund Rotary Club of Kahului’s Michael H. Lyons II Scholarship program, which provides college scholarships for exceptional Maui youth.

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The King Kamehameha Golf Club
2500 Honoapiilani Hwy – Wailuku, HI 96793
808-243-1013

Pro Shop: 808.249.0033

Kahili Golf Course: 808.242.4653

Kahili Golf Course Restaurant: 808-242-6000