for Hualalai Golf Club, USA
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5.0 of 5 starsReviewed April 16, 2017
The 18-hole golf course designed by Jack Niklaus, is right next to the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai on the Big Iceland. The breathtaking landscape, characterized by bizarre lava flows that once poured forth from Mount Hualalai in the deep blue ocean, give this place its unique shape. The fairways and greens are with great sensitivity and respect to natural conditions, in this almost archaic origin Landscape, embedded. This very special place characteristics is unique, but includes therefore appropriate pitfalls. Who is not on the fairway or green, has little chance of finding his ball between the sharp, jagged lava formations, again. One is compensated for again by the view of volcanoes, to the snow-capped 4200m high Mauna Kea, or the crashing surf, the sea spray on the 17th Green is cooling noticeably.
If you are lucky, you will see there humpback whales jumping majestically out of the water, or passing Delphi schools.
The atmosphere in the square is very relaxed. The starter will advise you with helpful tips and on the round of drinks and delicious sand-wiches are offered. Once in the clubhouse you can enjoy from the terrace, once again the spectacular view of the fairways and the deep blue, windswept Pacific.
An unforgettable golf experience in March 2017th
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