Here are the top-ranked courses for 2021-2022, as scored in our seven scoring criteria by Golf Digest’s course-ranking panelists.
- (1) Nanea G.C. (pictured), Kailua-Kona
- (6) Manele G. Cse., Lanai City, Lanai ^
- (2) Kapalua (Plantation), Maui ^ ≈
- (3) Kuki’o G. & Beach Club, Kailua-Kona
- (4) Mauna Kea G. Cse., Kohala Coast ^ ≈
- (5) The C. at Hokuli’a, Kealakekua
- (7) Kohanaiki Golf & Ocean Club, Kailua-Kona
- (8) The Club at Kukui’ula, Koloa, Kauai
- (10) Princeville Makai Golf Club, Princeville, Kauai ^
- (11) Hualalai G. Cse., Kailua-Kona ^
- (12) Poipu Bay G. Cse., Koloa, Kauai ^
- (13) Ko’olau G.C., Kaneohe, Oahu ^
- (14) Wailea G.C. (Gold), Wailea, Maui ^
- (NR) Mauna Lani Resort (North), Waimea ^
- (NR) King Kamehameha Golf Club, Wailuku, Maui
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Some courses are ranked in Best in State but did not receive enough ballots to be considered for national lists.
America’s 100 Greatest & America’s Second 100 Greatest requires a minimum of 75 evaluations accumulated within 10 years, 100 Greatest Public 35 evaluations and Best in State 30 ballots. While a few highly ranked state courses do have a higher score than 100 Greatest, Second 100 Greatest or 100 Greatest Public courses within that state, and are listed above them, they will not appear on a national ranking until achieving the qualifying ballots.