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Lanai Golf

Find your sweet spot in Lanai without even taking a swing. On this modest island, you’ll find two golf courses of remarkable prestige. The Koele Golf Course is an 18-hole championship course designed by legends Greg Norman and Ted Robinson. Situated in Lanai’s 2,000-foot highlands, Koele is relatively short at 6,200 yards, but the course winds through hills and over tropical gulches. Here each hole is graced with incredible vistas, from mountain ravines to Pacific Ocean views of neighboring Maui and Molokai across the channel. This dramatic course, surrounded by soaring pines and eucalyptus trees, is indeed a one-of-a-kind experience.

Along the southern coast, Jack Nicklaus created one of his most famous masterpieces, Manele Golf Course. With three holes built on the seaside cliffs above Hulopoe Bay, this target-style course roams across several hundred acres of natural lava outcroppings, using plunging ravines, native kiawe and towering trees as natural hazards. Each hole has five tee locations allowing golfers at all levels to enjoy one of Jack Nicklaus’ crowning achievements in golf design. Both tracks rank among the best resort courses in Hawaii and the world by leading publications and travel guides.

Here's a full list of Lanai golf courses:

South Lanai
> Manele Golf Course

Central Lanai
> Cavendish Golf Course
> Koele Golf Course

Resorts of Lanai

You’ll find two contrasting resorts on Lanai, the beachfront Four Seasons Resort Lanai and the country manor-style Four Seasons Resort Lanai, The Lodge at Koele.