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Unlimited golf available at Princeville’s Makai Golf Club

The Makai Golf Club at The St. Regis Princeville Resort has introduced a new Three-Day Unlimited Golf Package and a new twist to its popular “Nine, Wine & Dine”program, both available now through the end of the year. Featuring two courses encompassing 27 holes of golf, Makai Golf Club is situated in the renowned Princeville Resort community on Kauai’s north shore. The course’s new Unlimited Golf Package, valid for play through Dec. 31, offers players three full days of golf — as many holes as they can play on the 18-hole Makai and nine-hole Woods courses. The three golf days do not have to be consecutive, but must be used within a seven-day period, and the package is non-transferrable. Price for the Three-Day Unlimited Golf Package is US$435 (plus tax), a substantial savings over the standard 18-hole rate of US$220 at the Makai Course for prime tee times. Makai Golf Club has also expanded its popular “Nine, Wine & Dine”package to allow play at any time of day (previously limited only to tee times after 3 p.m.) now through Dec. 31. Enjoy a nine-hole round, then relax and unwind at the neighbouring St. Regis Princeville Resort with this unique package. Nine, Wine & Dine includes nine holes on the Makai Golf Course and a US$50 gift certificate for use at any of The St. Regis Princeville Resort’s restaurants, lounges, or Halele’a Spa. The package is priced at US$110 (plus tax) p.p. The 27-hole Makai Golf Club on Kauai’s north shore was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. in 1971 and features two uniquely individual courses — the 18-hole Makai Course, incorporating serene lakes and stunning ocean coastline; and the leisurely nine-hole Woods Course, winding through native woodlands against a backdrop of lush mountain views. The courses reopened in early 2010 after an extensive 14-month renovation to the Makai Course under Jones’ direction. The Makai, managed by Troon Golf, is in immaculate condition and has received rave reviews since its renovation, including rankings as one of Hawaii’s top courses by both Golf Digest and Golf magazines. (http://www.MakaiGolf.com)

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