Situated on the Big Island’s northwest coast, Mauna Lani’s North course is one of two layouts at the resort. The North plays over a lava bed, with charcoal-black rocks framing many of the holes, giving the course a distinct feel that at times resembles a desert-style design. Though the course is predominantly routed through a housing community, there are a few scenic views of the nearby Pacific Ocean. The par-3 17th sits in a natural lava amphitheater and is one of the more unique holes on property, with towering piles of rocks surrounding the green.
Best in State: Ranked inside the top 10, 1997, 2003. Ranked 14th, 2021-'22. Ranked 15th, 2011-'12. Ranked inside the top 15, 1999-2001, 2005-'07. Ranked 16th, 2023-'24.