18 hole regulation | 70 par | 6,388 yards | 70.7 USGA | 135 slope | Driving Range | GPS | Proper Golf Attire
Okay, so if you just fly into Maui, head straight for the Ka’anapali Resort hotel of your choice, and only happen to play here, you’ll likely be satisfied with what you get. However, if you play most any other course, Ka’anapali Kai is bound to disappoint.
Don’t get me wrong, this is certainly a nice resort course. The Kai is part of the Ka’anapali Golf Resort, and both of these courses are championship-class resort courses. Beautiful views are a gimme in these parts – and the course is well maintained with nice scenery. But the bottom line is that it simply is not among the best courses in Maui, and if you’re willing to drop $185 to play a round, why would you settle? With two better courses in West Maui alone, I’m doubting you’ll see me playing here when you visit.
Arthur Jack Snyder/Nelson & Haworth designed. Ed Kageyama General Manager