The GOLFHAWAIICARD – Big Island

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BIG ISLAND HAWAII GOLF CARD

The GolfHawaiiCard
“Your ticket to unbeatable year-round savings
and unlimited Big Island golf!”

Look what’s being said about us:
“The No. 1 reason (of 18) why we love Hawaii”
— Fairways & Greens Magazine

Since 1994,  our exclusive GOLFHAWAIICARD offers the deepest Big Island golf card discounts and absolute best deals on Big Island golf.  Subscribers enjoy UNLIMITED GOLF at all participating locations, shared power cart, range balls and tee time availability up to 90 days in advance. Your best Hawaii golf deal is always the GOLFHAWAIICARD

Click on any line below to visit our long-running programs at our participating courses:

BIG ISLAND (Hawaii Island)
The real “Golf Capital of Hawaii,” and no wonder!

Mauna Kea Golf Course
Hapuna Golf Course at Mauna Kea
Waikoloa Beach Golf Course (Resort)
Waikoloa Kings Golf Course (Resort)
Waikoloa Village Golf Club
Makalei Golf Club
“Spirit of Golf” Big Island Golf Academy
Best Big Island Golf Values
Big Island GHC Dining Program

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FOR A LIMITED TIME… only $49.95 per-subscriber!

Big Island/Oahu subscriptions are available for only $66.95


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BIG ISLAND HAWAII GOLF CARD (Hawaii Island Golf)
Hawaii’s Big Island (aka as Hawaii Island and “The Golf Capital of Hawaii”) is home to perhaps the best multi-course golf resort in Hawaii at the Mauna Kea Resort, with its Arnold Palmer/Ed Seay-designed Hapuna Golf Course and Mauna Kea Golf Course, a classic by Robert Trent Jones Sr., renovated by son Rees in 2009. Nearby Waikoloa Beach Resort also boasts two highly regarded layouts—Waikoloa Beach Golf Course & Waikoloa Kings’ Golf Course. More rewards await those who travel to strike the dimpled sphere at Waikoloa Village Golf Club and the intoxicating Makalei Golf Club. The Big Island delivers the best golf vacation value and a resplendent variety of golf courses. If you want outstanding value and great golf layouts, don’t miss “The Golf Capital of Hawaii.”