We played the course anticipating fabulous fairways, greens and bunkers, however, we were very disappointed with the front nine, as the fairways were not well manicured and the bunkers had grass growing in them. The greens were a mixed bag. Some were nice, while others had some disease on them. We felt like we were playing at a municipal golf course paying $65 a round, not $130 a round. We knew we were in trouble when we had no practice area. Unless you call practice nets with holes in them and old practice balls, with cuts in them, acceptable, then you will be disappointed, as we were. We almost decided to cancel our round and head back over to the Gold Course. We decided to stick it out and enjoy being in Hawaii. When we started the back nine we began to feel better about the course. It began to feel like a $130 golf course. The fairways were much better, the views special and more manicured. We enjoyed the back nine and were happy with the end of our round. The course needs some help. Hopefully, someone will invest in new practice nets, golf balls and other amenities for serious golfers. We still loved our trip to Maui and will always remember our golf. Aloha!!!
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