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Golf

The championship golf courses at the Waikoloa Beach Resort were designed by well-known course architects, and with an oceanfront setting, our beautiful property provides the ideal destination for an unforgettable Big Island golf vacation. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, you’ll find the challenge exhilarating – and the scenery breathtaking.

 

Golf Stay & Play Package

Enjoy a round of golf, a shared golf cart, golf shuttle, storage of bags, and use of private facilities included with each day of your stay when you book the Golf Stay & Play Package at Hilton Waikoloa Village.

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Beach Course

6566 yards; par 70; 134 slope; 71.6 rating

Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., the spectacular Waikoloa Beach Course winds its way along historic lava flows and borders the scenic Kohala Coast. The Beach Course’s 12th hole is known throughout the islands as the most spectacular oceanfront par-five in Hawaii –its rocky point over the breakers is an awesome place to spot humpback whales and misty, distant views of other Hawaiian Islands.

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Kings’ Course

7074 yards; par 72; 135 slope; 73.4 rating

Majestic extinct volcanoes are the dramatic backdrop for Waikoloa’s classic Kings’ Course, designed by former British Open champion Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish. Its wide, undulating fairways are framed by palm trees and vibrant flowers, while multiple tee placements and challenging pot bunkers add complexity to a course complete with two holes featuring double greens.

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Seaside Putting Course

Hone your skills on our extensive 30,000-square-foot putting course (designed by renowned golf architect Robin Nelson of Nelson and Haworth). Interspersed with sand traps and water features, the challenging putting greens also feature plant species indigenous to Hawaii's Big Island, and signage along the way offers an informative self-guided botanical tour.

For more information on the Seaside Putting Course and special attractions like Glow Golf, visit Ocean Sports website.

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