PGA Tour pros show that Maui is the place to play golf in January
I’m not sure what I enjoyed more – watching Steve Stricker open the year with a victory at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in Hawaii during primetime, or the constant camera shots of the big surf off the coast of Maui.
Seeing all those surfers take on gargantuan waves plus the beauty of the Plantation Course at Kapalua certainly has me excited about my trip this week to Hawaii. And while I’m not going to Maui – I’m going to the Big Island – it’s all good when you’ve got a trip to paradise this time of year.
The next stop for the PGA Tour is Oahu for the Sony Open, but Maui still remains one of the premier golf destinations in the world. Fortunately, for anyone who is interested, there are a couple of golf packages being offered by two of Maui’s nicest resorts.
For example, the Dunes at Maui Lani, a “British Course in Maui,” if you will, is offering a Hawaii Golf package for two with room accommodation at Maui Coast Hotel along the warm coast of Kihei, Maui. The course might not be all that well known around the world, but it has has received many accolades. Prices start at $295 for packages that include golf and room. For more information or to book, click here.
Or you could check out the Makena Beach & Golf Resort’s Unlimited Golf Experience. The Robert Trent Jones II-designed Makena Golf Course (above) has ocean views on every hole. The package, which starts at $395, is a daily unlimited golf experience that features accommodations in newly renovated guestrooms or suites, daily golf for two, free same-day replay, free parking and waived Resort Fees. For more information or to book, click here.
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