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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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.

Visit www.WaileaOldBlue.com for more information!

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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2012 Girls’ Junior America’s Cup – Wailea Golf Club, Maui


The following information is provided by the Hawaii State Junior Golf Association:

2012 Girls’ Junior America’s Cup – Wailea Golf Club, Maui

Kihei, Hawaii, July 16, 2012 – Team Hawaii is gearing up for a very special week on Maui at the beautiful and challenging Wailea Golf Club- Gold Course. The Hawaii Team is led by Captain Cathy Torchiana, LPGA, from Kihei, who retired from college coaching after twelve years at USC and being inducted into the National Golf Coaches Hall of Fame. Cathy will be leading a very talented and very young Hawaii Team, Eimi Koga (Honolulu), Mariel Galdiano (Honolulu), Rose Huang (Honolulu), Ciera Min (Hilo).

Hawaii hosts this prestigious tournament only once every 18 years for the girls and once every 17 years for the boys. The tournament is filled with long standing traditions and ceremony. These traditions embrace the GJAC Philosophy:

Bring together girls from various states and countries
Cultivate new friendships and mutual respect
Promote a better understanding of our regional history and customs
Allow girls to learn about different cultures
Develop pride in self, team, state and country

Hawaii and the HSJGA are anxious to show our mainland and international visitors the real meaning of aloha as the week begins Sunday, July 22 with a “Meet & Greet” at Hotel Wailea. The evening will be filled with good local food, a lei making demonstration, Snag Golf contests and the traditional gift exchange as the teams meet each other and their host families for the week. As the sun sets over the Pacific, the invited guests will enjoy a beautiful and powerful fire dance!

“This event would not be possible without the amazing donations from companies and individuals alike from all around the state and especially the amazing generosity of all the Wailea Host families, who are opening their homes to these young ladies for the week. I know for sure we could not have pulled this off without the Aloha Section PGA and the Wailea Golf Club who are always there for junior golf!” says Mary Bea Porter-King, HSJGA President. Other major sponsors include Pard & Betsy Erdman, Gannon’s A Pacific View Restaurant, HawaiiOnTV, Hotel Wailea, King Auto Group, Liliha Bakery, Marriott Wailea, MC&A and Tihati.

The public is welcome to enjoy some great golf at the Wailea Golf Club Monday through Thursday. On Monday, July 23, the practice round is followed by what will prove to be a memorable Opening Ceremony at 2:45 near the putting green, come early for a good seat! Kimokeo Kapahulehua will give a traditional Hawaiian blessing followed by the Royal Hawaiian Guard raising of the three country flags (Mexico, Canada & USA). The raising of the GJAC flag indicates the start of the tournament. The public is welcomed to attend the Opening Ceremony and watch the next generation of great young golfers at Wailea GC, free of charge!

Tournament rounds are Tuesday, July 24 through Thursday, July 26. The tournament is opened to spectators, support the Hawaii team or your favorite team from your home state or country!

For more information on sponsorships, volunteering etc., please contact Miki Ueoka, America’s Cup Tournament Director at 808-635-4642 or hsjgaoffice@gmail.com.

Wailea Golf Club
100 Wailea Golf Club Drive
Wailea, Maui, Hawaii 96753-4000
Phone: 808-875-7450
Toll Free: 888-328-MAUI
Fax: 808-875-5114

2012 Girls’ Junior America’s Cup

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

http://www.Kahiligolf.com

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.

For more information go to:

http://hawaiiontv.com/the-king-kamehameha-golf-club-maui-hawaii

CLICK HERE TO VISIT KING KAMEHAMEHA GOLF CLUB ONLINE
CLICK HERE TO VISIT KAHILI GOLF COURSE ONLINE
CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT ABOUT KAHILI GOLF COURSE RESTAURANT

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

Kahili Golf Course – Maui Hawaii


In a unique setting amidst the West Maui Mountains and overlooking Haleakala with ocean and Valley Isle views, Maui’s best kept secret is awaiting you.

The King Kamehameha Golf Club is the only private 18-hole golf course in Maui, Hawaii. The club’s 74,000 sq.ft. clubhouse is designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and sits at 750 feet above sea level offering Haleakala, as well as bi-coastal ocean views. The golf club was named to honor the greatest king in the history of the Hawaiian Islands. The unification of the islands into a peaceful and prosperous kingdom has become his legacy, and our inspiration to honor the culture of Hawai‘i and foster an awareness of the ‘aina (land) and its malama ‘aina (native resources). You will be welcomed with aloha . . . Hawaiian heart and soul.

When visiting King Kamehameha Golf Club, don’t forget to also come see us at the Kahili Golf Course. Best known for Maui’s best value, you must play the Kahili Golf Course. At the foothill of the West Maui Mountains you will experience the spectacular bi-coastal views of Mt. Haleakala, superb turf conditions, immaculate putting surfaces, in a pure golf experience without adjacent properties. You will be greeted with a friendly smile when you visit our spacious clubhouse and restaurant. Come and play the Kahili Golf Course and have lunch with breathtaking views. You’ll be glad that you discovered the Maui treasure.

A popular choice of both visiting and local golfers, Kahili Golf Course plays host to numerous Maui and state-wide tournaments throughout the year. Nahele Banquet Room at Kahili Golf Course is the ideal location for weddings, reunions, business meetings and seminars.

CLICK HERE TO VISIT KING KAMEHAMEHA GOLF CLUB ONLINE
CLICK HERE TO VISIT KAHILI GOLF COURSE ONLINE
CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT ABOUT KAHILI GOLF COURSE RESTAURANT

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

The King Kamehameha Golf Club – Maui Hawaii


In a unique setting amidst the West Maui Mountains and overlooking Haleakala with ocean and Valley Isle views, Maui’s best kept secret is awaiting you.

The King Kamehameha Golf Club is the only private 18-hole golf course in Maui, Hawaii. The club’s 74,000 sq.ft. clubhouse is designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and sits at 750 feet above sea level offering Haleakala, as well as bi-coastal ocean views. The golf club was named to honor the greatest king in the history of the Hawaiian Islands. The unification of the islands into a peaceful and prosperous kingdom has become his legacy, and our inspiration to honor the culture of Hawai‘i and foster an awareness of the ‘aina (land) and its malama ‘aina (native resources). You will be welcomed with aloha . . . Hawaiian heart and soul.

When visiting The King Kamehameha Golf Club, don’t forget to also come see us at the Kahili Golf Course. Best known for Maui’s best value, you must play the Kahili Golf Course. At the foothill of the West Maui Mountains you will experience the spectacular bi-coastal views of Mt. Haleakala, superb turf conditions, immaculate putting surfaces, in a pure golf experience without adjacent properties. You will be greeted with a friendly smile when you visit our spacious clubhouse and restaurant. Come and play the Kahili Golf Course and have lunch with breathtaking views. You’ll be glad that you discovered the Maui treasure.

A popular choice of both visiting and local golfers, Kahili Golf Course plays host to numerous Maui and state-wide tournaments throughout the year. Nahele Banquet Room at Kahili Golf Course is the ideal location for weddings, reunions, business meetings and seminars.

CLICK HERE TO VISIT KING KAMEHAMEHA GOLF CLUB ONLINE
CLICK HERE TO VISIT KAHILI GOLF COURSE ONLINE
CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT ABOUT KAHILI GOLF COURSE RESTAURANT
CLICK HERE for more information about the 2011 Michael H. Lyons Palaka Award.

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

The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course – Maui Hawaii


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Golf Digest calls it “One of the Five Best Kept Secret Golf Courses in America.” GOLFWEEK ranks it in the Top 10 Maui golf courses in Hawaii. GOLF magazine named it among the top 35 best new courses in America. The accolades go on and on. If you are seeking a great Maui golf experience, your search ends at The Dunes at Maui Lani.

You will discover a Maui golf course that is immaculately maintained, brilliantly designed, and simply a superb test of golf in every way. The Dunes at Maui Lani is a tribute to the great links courses of Ireland, where stunning dunes weave the golfer through amazing terrain. It’s golf the way it was meant to be played.

Resident Guests must present a valid Hawaii drivers license—with Hawaii address—for proof of residency. This is required upon check-in to obtain the Resident Guest rate. The Dunes at Maui is committed to bringing its customers outstanding service at all times.

Our online Tee Time service interfaces to over 30 electronic Dunes at Maui Lani tee sheets to allow you to make tee time reservations 24 hours a day.

For immediate service, The Dunes at Maui Lani Pro Shop staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays. They can answer all of your questions and make your tee-time reservation as well. Please call the pro shop at (808) 873-0422. For groups consisting of 16 or more players, please contact our Group Sales Manager at (808) 873-7911, ext. 2

While the Dunes has received a great deal of national attention since its debut in 1999, much of the credit for our success belongs to Bill Mills, its developer, and the many loyal and dedicated employees who we are fortunate enough to have on our staff, for it is because of them that The Dunes at Maui Lani is so highly regarded.

After a visit to the Dunes you will agree! When you get here, the guest service staff is always cheerful and efficient, and their aloha spirit is contagious. When you enter the Golf School, with its full locker facilities and well-stocked Pro Shop, you’ll discover a very inviting, friendly atmosphere.

Then there’s the restaurant, The Dunes, which features indoor and outdoor seating, a banquet room large enough to handle 250 guests, and an appealing bar and lounge area in which to relax. If you have time, stop by our lighted practice and learning facility, where our professional teaching staff is on hand everyday.

The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course is what you will remember the most. Its fairways, tees, and greens are immaculately maintained by a rightfully proud staff. The course’s conditioning is exceeded only by the sheer magnitude of excellence you will find inherent in the course’s overall design, which is a tribute to the links courses of the British isles.

The Dunes at Maui Lani features an impressive array of facilities designed to meet the demands placed on a premium destination resort property.

These include:
» Banquet room with a capacity of 250;
» A/V systems;
» Outdoor tent space adjacent to banquet room to accommodate more people;
» Range area that can be converted into an outdoor theatre or fairground;
» Restaurant, lounge area, and bar with indoor and outdoor seating;
» Men’s and ladies showers and lockers;
» Pro Shop with top quality merchandise;
» Professionally staffed Golf School;
» Indoor teaching “pavilion”;
» Lighted Driving Range with two (2) acres of grass tees, mats, seven (7) target greens, two (2) practice putting and chipping greens, and a practice bunker.

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

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