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Kapalua, home of the PGA TOUR's season opening Mercedes Championships, is the golf mecca of the Pacific. Three championship courses of dramatically distinctive character are challenging for players of all abilities. The Bay Course, The Village Course and The Plantation Course are all certified by the Audubon International as Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries for their leading role in protecting the environment and conserving the island's natural resources.

Plantation Course The Plantation Course
The par 73, 7,263-yard Plantation Course, site of the nationally televised Mercedes Championships, presents Kapalua's ultimate golf challenge. Designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, The Plantation unfurls across island canyons, native vegetation and panoramic oceanfront plateaus. A shotmaker's dream, players will find that the use of imagination and feel - along with every club in their bag - is an asset here. The Plantation Course is golf on a grand scale. David Duval will return to defend his title January 6 - 9, 2000 against 36 winners of PGA events in 1999. Qualifiers to date include Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Payne Stewart, Jeff Maggert and more.
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Kapalua Bay Course The Bay Course
Arnold Palmer and Francis Duane designed The Bay Course. The forerunner of Kapalua's three championship golf courses, The Bay Course is a 6,600-yard par 72 with gently rolling fairways and generous greens. With its picturesque signature hole #5 requiring the golfer to carry the tee shot over the Pacific on to a well-guarded green, The Bay Course is an excellent example of resort golf at its best in Hawaii.
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Village Course The Village Course
Kapalua's second Arnold Palmer design layout, The Village Course, twists, turns, rises and falls through the West Maui foothills. A serene trek through Hawaiian headlands, stands of Cook and Norfolk pines characterize this par 71 6,632-yard course. The Village is complex enough to challenge the seasoned professional yet can be every bit as enjoyable for beginning golfers as well.
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