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Golf Boards at Kukuiula

Golfboards are the newest innovation in a centuries-old game, generating interest for a new generation of golfers while improving the game experience for current players. Unlike carts, golfboards can go almost anywhere on the course, handling any type of terrain. This increases the pace of play, and 18 holes can be finished in only 2.5 […]

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DMB Ambassador Tim Clark

DMB Ambassador Tim Clark rallied on the final nine holes of the Canadian Open to take home the Championship and tie a 62 year old scoring record. Tim, who has carried a Kukui`ula golf bag all season, birdied five out of the last eight holes to sneak past Jim Furyk and win the Championship by […]

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Featured Hole of the Week: #10, Par 4

Hole #10 – Par 4 Landscape Highlights: Citrus, plumeria, kukui, Queen Emma shower trees, nut trees The 10th hole at Kukui`ula is a stout beginning to the back nine. A well bunkered and lengthy dogleg right, No. 10 is a hole that tends to bite a bit more than it hugs its players. But with […]

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Featured Hole of the Week: #8, Par 3

Landscape highlights: Starfruit, kamani, monkeypod and Chinese banyan trees   The eighth hole at Kukui’ula is a stunning and challenging par three with the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean and an overarching Chinese banyan tree as the backdrop. The Tee Shot   One of the few holes at Kukui’la with a forced carry, the eighth gets […]

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Featured Hole of the Week: Hole #11, Par 4

Landscape Highlights: Queen Emma Shower Trees, Kukui Nut, Monkey Pod The 11th hole at Kukui`ula is a wonderful example of a risk-reward par four. Playing less than 300 yards down the prevailing trade wind, the 11th hole is drivable for many players off the tee. The short par four has truly become a benchmark for […]

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Featured Hole of the Week: Hole #1 Par 4

Landscape Highlights: monkeypod, lonomea, shower, milo and kamani trees The starting hole at Kukui’ula isn’t exactly an easy beginning to one’s round. Typically facing into the prevailing trade winds, the first hole can be quite a test. Players are introduced to bahiagrass almost immediately as a swale slithers down the entire left side of the […]

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Featured Hole of the Week: Hole #7, Par 5

Landscape Highlights: Starfruit, lychee, royal poinciana, monkeypod, lonomea, kamani, royal palm trees The seventh hole at Kukui`ula is the longest hole on the golf course, stretching as far as 563 yards from the back tees. For the first time this year, a number of the young lychee trees left of the fairway have begun to […]

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Featured Hole of the Week #18, Par 5

Featured Hole of the Week: Hole #18, Par 5 Landscape Highlights: Hala, lonomea, coco palm, kukui, monkeypod and mango trees, and Singapore plumeria The finishing hole at Kukui’ula has everything you would want in a great final hole: opportunity and drama, taking in the beautiful Kauai real estate populating the area. A wide variety of […]

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Kukui’ula Golf Course Tips

Considered by many to be one of Tom Weiskopf’s best designs, the golf course at Kukui‘ula boasts 18 technically demanding holes designed to test the metal of even the most skilled players. Along with the rollicking topography that defines the course, Kauai’s ever-changing trade winds add an additional element to navigate. And perhaps the greatest challenge […]

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Kukuiula hosts the US Open Qualifier

THE GOLF COURSE AT KUKUI`ULA continues to gain prestige and a reputation as one of the world’s premier new private courses. Designed by Tom Weiskopf, the course takes advantage of the natural terrain and offers spectacular ocean views from many of the holes.  The course was invited to host one of Hawaii’s two local qualifying events for the 2012 […]

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