Hugging the gentle slopes nestled amidst the deeply etched West Maui Mountains, with views of the lush green expanse connecting two ancient volcanoes, this exclusive private membership course was originally designed by Ted Robinson Sr. and refreshed by Ted Robinson Jr.
Working in partnership with nature, a course befitting this special site was crafted. Originally designed by Ted Robinson Sr. in 1991 and refreshed in 2005 by Ted Robinson, Jr. The King Kamehameha Golf Club will test each club in your arsenal. Enjoy a pure golf experience with no surrounding homes or traffic to break your concentration. According to the Robinson philosophy, the golfer attacks, the designer defends. The overriding objective of good course design is a balance of these extremes, creating an effective and rewarding experience for golfers at all levels of play.
The finale is very memorable with a good looking 17th hole (foreground) followed by the magnificent 18th hole with the clubhouse, waterfall, and south Maui in the background.
This aerial photo shows the view from the 1st tee, a beautiful starting hole.
The fountain on the 6th hole is one of five water features that seem to flow from several adjacent valleys.
The 9th hole usually plays into the wind and returns to the Frank Lloyd Wright designed clubhouse.