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Hawaii’s Backyard: Enjoy golf course views, without carrying clubs

  • COURTESY RANDY JAY BRAUN / MAUI FILM FESTIVAL
                                Movies are shown on the driving range of Wailea Golf Club’s Gold and Emerald courses during the Maui Film Festival.

    COURTESY RANDY JAY BRAUN / MAUI FILM FESTIVAL

    Movies are shown on the driving range of Wailea Golf Club’s Gold and Emerald courses during the Maui Film Festival.

  • COURTESY PRINCEVILLE MAKAI GOLF CLUB
                                Visitors enjoy yoga in the early morning at the scenic tee box of Princeville Makai Golf Club’s Hole 7.

    COURTESY PRINCEVILLE MAKAI GOLF CLUB

    Visitors enjoy yoga in the early morning at the scenic tee box of Princeville Makai Golf Club’s Hole 7.

  • COURTESY JOHN YEADON
                                FootGolf at the Ka‘anapali Kai Course is fun for the family.

    COURTESY JOHN YEADON

    FootGolf at the Ka‘anapali Kai Course is fun for the family.

  • COURTESY TINA FEAR / UMEKES RESTAURANTS
                                Poke, lomi salmon and rice will be among items on the buffet at Makali‘i: The Celestial Journey, a new luau show at Makani Golf Club.

    COURTESY TINA FEAR / UMEKES RESTAURANTS

    Poke, lomi salmon and rice will be among items on the buffet at Makali‘i: The Celestial Journey, a new luau show at Makani Golf Club.

From mauka to makai, golf courses occupy some of Hawaii’s most scenic real estate. Not into the game? Not a problem. Here’s how you can enjoy the views without picking up a club. Read more

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