What course does the PGA play at Kapalua?
The Plantation Course
The Plantation Course is the site of the PGA TOUR’s Sentry Tournament of Champions each January featuring an elite field of previous year’s PGA TOUR winners. The field has included golf greats such as Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, Justin Leonard, Ernie Els, Davis Love III and many more.
How many courses are at Kapalua?
Golf at Kapalua Resort Recognized as one of the top golf resorts in the world, Kapalua’s two championship golf courses are nothing short of breathtaking. Built around the natural wonders of the West Maui Mountains, and home to the Tournament of Champions, the Plantation Course ranks among the world’s greatest courses.
How much does it cost to play the Plantation Course in Hawaii?
Take a golf trip to Maui — and play the Plantation course! — for $2,400.
Is Kapalua public?
Kapalua Beach is a public beach, no Ritz Carlton needed.
Where is Kapalua Golf Resort?
Located on the popular island of Maui, Kapalua Golf invites you to discover two of the most majestic golf courses in the world – the Plantation Course and the Bay Course.
What is the history of Plantation Course at sea island?
Plantation Course. Sea Island’s Plantation Course is Rees Jones’s masterful combination of two 9-hole courses, one originally designed by the great Walter Travis, and its story lays the foundation of our legendary golf history. It opened for play in 1928 with the plantation’s old corn and cotton barn converted to a clubhouse.
How many golf courses does Sea Island Resort have?
Rated #4 out of the 75 Best Golf Resorts in the U.S., the Sea Island Golf Club offers three exceptional 18-hole championship courses including Seaside and Plantation, both home to the PGA TOUR’s RSM Classic as well as Retreat. Never let the greens out of your sight at The Lodge.
Where do champions Golfers play in Hawaii?
Kapalua Golf in Lahaina, Hawaii. Where Champions Come to Play. Located on the popular island of Maui, Kapalua Golf invites you to discover two of the most majestic golf courses in the world – the Plantation Course and the Bay Course.