Waikoloa Resort Golf - King's Course


A 30 minute drive North of Kona and you have arrived at Waikoloa Resort on the beautiful leeward coast of the island of Hawaii. Host to two championship golf courses and hotel and ocean access, Wiakoloa is in a great natural climate for year round golf. The King's Course opened in 1990 and is a contrast to the Beach Course design mixing challenging play with lava field boundaries, rolling hills, and elevated views of picture postcard Hawaii.

Highlights: Azure blue ocean, lush green fairways, and stark black lava rock wrap this course design with all the beauty one associates with Hawaii Golf.  
Challenges: The course design is more like a traditional "Scottish course" with
9 acres of water hazards, with 6 lakes, and 85 bunkers mid-fairway and surrounding greens. Holes 3 and 6 have two separate tee choices.
Holes/Yardage: 18-Par 72-7,074 Blue/6,010 White/ 5,495 Red
Price Range$180 7-9:30 am/ $145 9:30-11:30 am/ $120 after 11am/ $110 after 1 pm/$90 after 2 pm. 9 holes after 8:30 am is $69
Location: Waikoloa, Hawaii (North of Kona)
Bonuses: On-site club rentals, practice and training facilities, restaurant,
The King's course was designed by former British open Champion Tom Weiskopf and compliments the resort play of the other courses in the region. With a design that winds through the rolling volcanic topography, you will be happy to find wide playable fairways that are framed by towering mountain views of Mauna Kea. Most all of the King's course holes play inland from the resort coast, so your exposure to the commotion by the ocean is minimal, but the beautiful blue seas are visible in the distant background on a number of holes.

Contact information:
Website: http://wwwWaikoloaGolf.com/
Phone: 808-886-7888
Email: golf@Waikoloaland.com
600 Waikoloa Beach Drive
Waikoloa, HI

  • From Kona Airport: Head north on Hi-route 19, aka Queen Kaahumanu Highway for 17 miles looking for Waikaloa Beach Drive on your left. Follow signs for Waikaloa Resort Golf Courses. 26 minutes drive.
  • From Hilo: Head west on HI-route 200 aka Saddle Rd to Daniel K. Inouye Hwy follow it over the mountain pass (33 miles)and it will come to Mamalahoa Highway, turn right. Follow Mamalahoa for approximately 9 miles looking for left turn onto Waikaloa Road.  Follow Waikaloa Road until it intersects Highway 19, turn left and proceed for 11 miles looking for Wakaloa Beach Road on the right. Follow the signs for the Golf Course.


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