Kauai Golf Courses Swing into the New Year With Perks for Players

Poipu Bay and Princeville Makai golf courses are promoting value-added programs in 2015 By: Marty Wentzel
Princeville Makai Golf Club is listing two money-saving offers for multiple rounds of golf. // © 2014 Princeville Makai Golf Club
Princeville Makai Golf Club is listing two money-saving offers for multiple rounds of golf. // © 2014 Princeville Makai Golf Club

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Poipu Bay Golf Course
www.poipubaygolf.com

Princeville Makai Golf Club
www.makaigolf.com

For clients who want to play golf in Hawaii without having paying steep rates, two Kauai golf courses are listing attractive deals for 2015. 

Travel agents whose clients are heading to the island’s south shore can recommend Poipu Bay Golf Course’s Practice and Play program. When golfers check in between 3 and 4 p.m., they can practice at the range and then play the first three holes for $30 per person. Clients get range balls, use of the practice facility and a golf cart.

“Practice and Play is perfect for the golfer who has limited time or wants to get in a solid practice session at the end of the day,” said Craig Sasada, director of golf at Poipu Bay Golf Course. The 210-acre course is particularly convenient for clients staying at the adjacent Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa.

For agents whose clients prefer the north shore, Princeville Makai Golf Club is listing two money-saving, multiple-round offers. The Makai Unlimited pass, priced from $465 per person, allows visitors to play as much golf as they want for three days, with additional days at a rate of $149 each.

The Makai Premium pass, from $750, offers six days of unlimited golf. Extra days cost $125 each.

In other golf news, Princeville Makai Golf Club’s sister hotel — The St. Regis Princeville Resort — is giving guests a discounted golf rate of $195 in 2015. This includes an 18-hole round on the Makai Course and the choice of a sleeve of golf balls, a logo ball marker or sunscreen.

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