Wailea Blue Golf Course


The original Wailea Course that debuted in 1972 as Maui's 2nd resort golf course. Its layout is closer to the resorts and has a separate access near the restaurant "Mulligan's". It is the older and more classically designed course wrapping closely through resort giving you a mini-tour of the beauty that is Wailea.

At a Glance
Highlights: One of the original Maui resort courses with award winning layout, great weather, and warm tropical conditions. Wailea's most playable course for all skill levels with scenery featuring epic views of ocean and distant islands.
Challenges: Hotter, warm weather conditions with excellent course layout draws crowds leading to the need for steady game play to maintain course flows.
Holes/Yardage: 18- Par 72- 6,765 yards Blue/6,152 White/5,208 Red tees  Price Range: $110-$140 for Blue Rounds/$99 specials after 3:30 pm.  Location: South Maui near the Wailea Resorts  Bonuses: 12 acre golf training area with driving range, pro shop, and named brand golf club rentals, showers and locker rooms. Seasonal specials online.
The "Old Blue" is a charmer with character. The Wailea Blue course is one of the most popular resort courses on island for several reasons including playability, great weather, and amazing scenery just to name a few. The course is immaculately maintained and easy to find located centrally near the entry to the Wailea Resorts.

Local's Tip:
The afternoon special is a great deal especially in the summer when the sun sets later and allows 4 hours of play during the discount hours.

Tournament History:
LPGA Women's Kemper Open, Wailea Blue Course, 1990 1992 
Asahi Kyosen Golf Tournament, Wailea Blue Course, 1987 1993

Contact information:
Website: http://www.waileagolf.com/
Phone: 1-888-328-MAUI
Email: info@waileagolf.com

120 Kaukahi Street
Wailea, Maui, Hawaii

Take HI-route 31 South, Pi'ilani Highway, all the way to the end merging onto "Wailea Iki Drive". Proceed downhill to the traffic light, turn left on "Makena Alanui".
Proceed past the next traffic light and look for Kaukahi Street on the left, just passed the Fairmount Kealani (the big white hotel). Go uphill and look for your turn off into the golf course parking on right.


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