Golf & Tennis in Wailea, Maui
Wailea is the only resort in the state of Hawaii with has three resort courses; something for every golfer, from picturesque to challenging. Enjoy beautiful Maui views from every hole as you play courses designed by the best. The Gold, Emerald, and Blue courses each have something special to offer all year. Wailea Golf Club has an expanded selection of eco-sensitive golf products in its award-winning pro shop. Environmental stewardship efforts also include brackish water systems, biodegradable tees, and recycling programs for plastic, glass, aluminum and cardboard.
Wailea also boasts the Wailea Tennis Club, which welcomes Maui residents and visitors alike.
Wailea Golf Club - Gold Course
A Robert Trent Jones II design, the Gold was honored by both Golf Magazine and Golf Digest as one of the country’s ten best new resort courses when it opened in 1994. It has also been recognized by the Maui Historical Society for its preservation of prehistoric lava rock walls during construction and hailed as one of the world’s best designed courses by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler in the magazine’s first golf resorts poll.
Wailea Golf Club - Emerald Course
One of the more unusual features of the Emerald Course is the double green shared by holes #10 and #17. The green borders a 2.7 million gallon brackish water lake and is one of the most picturesque spots on the course.
Wailea Golf Club - Blue Course (Closed currently)
The Wailea Blue is a true Hawaiian resort course weaving through the resort, offering a picturesque “tour” of Wailea, with spectacular views of the ocean and volcano. The flowing design and generous fairways offer a pleasant round for “weekend” golfers, but elevation changes and strategically placed hazards have tested some of the best professional players. The ocean views can be mesmerizing as in years back when the LPGA Women’s Kemper Open was played here, tournament officials had to admonish some of the competitors for slow play. Even the pros couldn’t help but do a little whale watching at the 12th hole.