Golfers love spending time at the course whenever they get the opportunity. However, this comes often at the cost of spending less time with their family. Whenever there is a long weekend or a vacation, you would be planning to spend maximum time at the nearest course. But, at the same time, your family might get their hopes high too and expect you to plan a getaway. If golf is coming between you and your family, golf will be the reason to help you out of it as well – in the form of Golf resorts.
I once heard one of my golfer friend saying, “Golf resorts are a godsend”. I couldn’t but agree more.
Golf resorts are the best thing that ever happened to golf. They are the best definition of an exotic weekend destination coupled with golf-love. And, when it comes to golf resorts, Maui is the first name that comes to my mind.
Maui, the second largest Hawaiian island that is popular for its excellent weather condition has also some first-rate golf resorts.
The weather, scenery, culture, and activities – especially golf, makes Maui one of the most beloved destination for golf players seeking a vacation and some family-time.
While you can be busy with your gears at the course, rest of the family members can get indulged in so many things that Maui resorts has to offer.
Here is a list of top 4 golf resorts I would recommend if a golf vacation is in your bucket list.
1. Wailea Gold Resort
About resort – Spanning across 1500 acres, the luxurious resort tops the leaderboard when it comes to great golfing destinations
Course – 7078 yards, 18 hole
Restaurants – Dozens of restaurants, ranging from casual delis to upbeat dining
Other specialties – Numerous recreational sports, children’s program, award-winning tennis club, cultural programs and more
2. Kapalua Resort
About resort – Surrounded by two marine sanctuaries and a rainforest, Kapalua resort is for nature-loving golfers
Course – 2 courses, Plantation and Bay
Restaurants – 9 restaurants with spectacular views
Other specialties – Zipline, hiking, beaches, tennis, spa montage
3. Four Seasons Resort
About resort – A paradise where opportunities for adventure, relaxation, and golfing abounds
Course – 18 hole with the Pacific Ocean as water hazard
Restaurants – A collection of 12 restaurants, bars, and cafes
Other specialties – Private island, range of activities, cultural festivals, tennis, fitness studios
4. Kaanapali Golf Resort
About resort – A bustling resort that was one of the first planned golf resorts in the state of Hawaii
Course – 6700 yards
Restaurants – 40 restaurants
Other specialties – Open air shopping center, 3 spas