Set in the gentle hillsides of “Up-Country” Maui, Pukalani Country Club overlooks the Pacific Ocean and offers breath-taking panoranic views of the Valley Isle of Maui. The Pukalani Country Club is nestled at the 1,100 foot elevation level of world famous Mount Haleakala, an extinct volcano whose name in Hawaiian means “House of the Rising Sun” and is appropriately reflected as the golf course’s logo.
Pukalani’s 18 holes were designed by golf course architect Bob Baldock who designed more than 69 public and private golf courses throughout the United States.
The Pukalani Country Club’s greenery covers nearly 160 acres. Built in 1980, the course is 6,962 yards long from the championship tees, plays to a par 72, and features 19 greens in its 18-hole layout! On hole #3, golfers may choose a tough iron shot across a ravine and into the wind for one green, or a challenging chip shot straight down to a well-trapped green several hundred feet below into the ravine. No other golf course in Hawaii can compare or offer you this unique setting and challenge of our hole #3.
“Pukalani” which in Hawaiian means “Entrance to Heaven” certainly describes Pukalani Country Club!