Golf Vacation Insider says:
“You probably don’t think of Hawaii golf courses when you’re looking for discount golf, but deals do exist.” And, “…some of the best deals we’ve found are available through the GolfHawaiiCard from HawaiiGolfDeals.com.
Truly amazing! That sums up our Big Island golf experience with your GOLFHAWAIICARD. During our two-week stay, we played nine days at all of these courses: Waikoloa Beach & Kings Golf Courses, Waikoloa Village Golf Course, and two other layouts for less than $700. And we were treated like royalty every time we presented our card. Can’t wait for next year! Mahalo nui loa!
—Matt & Debbie Parmalee
We’ve been on The Big Island for almost a month and the GOLFHAWAIICARD has exceeded my expectations. The unlimited golf is fabulous and hassle-free. The courses are very respectful to the card and the brand is well recognized. We commend you for a great product and I’ll be telling anyone who wants to listen (and lots have during our visit). Thanks again! We’ll be renewing.
If I ever thought I could play 8 days of unlimited golf on a 10-day vacation to two Hawaiian Islands for only $575, I would have gone to Hawaii years ago. HawaiiGolfDeals and your GolfHawaiiCard is the best and I am telling every golfer I know about your deals. Keep it up!
You guys are the best. Perfect execution for our group. This was our sixth time and each time it gets better. Your golf course roster is just about perfect.
—Candy & Al Matthews
We thought golfing in Hawaii was expensive undertaking and we couldn’t decide where to go. But your Hawaii golf expert gave us a complete picture of costs and what we could expect to see and do on Maui & The Big Island. Not only was it the best golf vacation, it was the best vacation ever. Great golf options and a bargain too! Mahalo from two big fans.
—Bob & Mitzi Frank
I have to tell you that our group had a great golf experience on The Big island. Everything went smoothly, so thanks for everything.
Anyone who thinks that golf in Hawaii has to be expensive has never used HawaiiGolfDeals.com!!! We’ve been subscribers for several years, and are, once again, using this wonderful service for our two trips to the islands in 2012. Just got back from Maui, where we saved over $200 compared to the “rack rates” and the rates on other sites. I haven’t found anyone that can beat their prices. And, we expect to save even more on the Big Island as their program for combining rounds at Hapuna Golf Course and Mauna Kea Golf Course has been significantly expanded this year to join their already extremely low rates at Waikoloa Beach Resort (both courses) and their other Big Island offerings.
On our trip to the Big Island last year, the golf savings paid for our dining out– what a deal!!! But, I have to tell you that great prices are only part of what you get– HGD customer service should be a model for other service-oriented companies. On our first stop on Maui, I accidentally left our GOLFHAWAIICARDs at the golf course. Two days later, as we were on our way to another HGD course, I realized we didn’t have the cards. One call to HGD was met with a return call and a fax of our new credentials was sent to the course directly — problem averted. Try that with some other discount provider. So, if you want great prices coupled with friendly, amazingly good customer service, look no further than www.HawaiiGolfDeals.com – we certainly don’t.
—Steve & Cynde Magidson
After a painful online Hawaii travel experience, we were reluctant to do it again. I wish I had read the ‘warnings’ scattered about your site regarding websites not disclosing who stands behind them. HawaiiGolfDeals.com is very reassuring and offers real names, contacts and numbers. You are right”– almost nobody else does. Our Hawaii golf vacation was perfect and we saved a fortune. Mahalo!
The best golf vacation we have ever taken. Nothing could have been better. The golf and all the recommendations were first-rate and right-on. Our first trip to Hawaii was so good that we are planning another one next year. HawaiiGolfDeals.com is the big kahuna, as they say in Hawaii.