Poipu Bay Golf Course Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa 2250 Ainako St. Koloa, HI96756
A Robert Trent Jones Jr. design, the Poipu Bay course hosted the PGA Grand Slam of Golf from 1994-2006. Its 210 acres feature 85 bunkers, five water hazards and a sweeping backdrop of grassy mountains and scattered temple ruins. Poipu Bay's signature sixteenth hole is the longest par 4 on the course and one of the longest in the state, packed with obstacles like a small lake, multiple bunkers and an ancient rock wall. The elite club offers an on-course beverage cart service and cold citrus-scented towels. Players can get instantly acquainted with each hole as Poipu Bay's golf carts come equipped with hands-free GPS maps detailing the entire course. The resort also offers daily clinics offered by professionals and hosts group tournaments so you can take on other players at the course. After working up a sweat, head over to the Poipu Bay Clubhouse looking onto the eighteenth hole.
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