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Prince Course at Princeville Golf Club

Top 10 Golf Courses in Hawaii

Mountain vistas from the seventh hole on the Prince Course at Princeville Golf Club, one of GAYOT's Top 10 Golf Courses in Hawaii


Prince Course at Princeville Golf Club
5-3900 Kuhio Hwy.
Princeville, HI 96722

If you're up to the challenge, the Prince Course at Princeville Golf Club will test your talent. The recently renovated par 72 course, named after the Hawaiian Prince Albert Kamehameha, was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. with five sets of golf tees for various levels of ability. The black tees are the most difficult and reserved for players with a handicap of five or less. Even if you're not yet up to par, you can play the red (novice) tees and soak up the incredible views of the north Kauai mountains. Since this course is set against the ocean on Kauai's green North Shore, the winds can become quite strong, so make sure to plan ahead and bring extra golf balls. Conclude your day at the Princeville Clubhouse and walk downstairs to Roy Yamaguch's Tavern at Princeville where you can treat yourself to a Mai Tai, some Island poké or a cheeseburger with Katsu bacon.

For fantastic fairways, visit the Princeville official website


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