Hawaii, the 50th state was named by Golf Digest as the Best State for Golf.
When you look at what these six small islands have to offer for the golfing enthusiest, it is easy
to understand Golf Digest's point of view.
Hawaii has some eighty golf courses spread across its six islands.
The diversity of the courses, and the awe inspiring scenery make golfing in Hawaii a special event.
Golf courses run between lava fields, around waterfalls, across the edges of large coral sea cliff drop offs,
next to sandy beaches, over wetland marshes, through up country territory and all the while a view of the
Pacific ocean is at hand.
As for being a prime vacation destination, Hawaii has so much to offer.
There are all kinds of water sports, diving, snorkelling, fishing, lots of night life, endless restaurants and resorts, beaches
, surfing, more shopping than the average credit card can handle, etc.....
The islands of Hawaii offer the potential for a great golfing vacation. Which Island suits you:-|
- Oahu - largest population, capital honolula, perl harbour, waikiki beach. Busy with large range of activities and night life.
- Kauai - remains quiet and a favourite with outdoor enthusiests.
- Hawaii (The Big Island) - and island of extremes, active lava flows, opulent resorts, stunning variety of landscapes.
- Maui - rated Conde Nast Traveller magazines Best Island in the World for eight years running, combines magnificent
scenery, world class resorts, superb restaurants and limitless shopping.
- Molokai - largely undeveloped and home to only one real resort. Experience Hawaii predevelopment.
- Lanai - Pristine wilderness and only two resorts, The Pineapple Island does offer world class golf.