Architect Robin Nelson left the topography of the unspoiled dunes terrain alone when crafting this links which plays, from the Black tees, to a USGA Slope Rating of 141; Maui's strongest!
One of only four named in U.S.
Golf Digest named the Dunes at Maui Lani one of the four "Best-Kept Secret" golf courses in America when it opened in late 1989. Don't miss your chance to play golf over Maui's ancient sand dunes.
Special commemorative 1999 $65 all-day rate Tuesdays & Thursdays!
Celebrate our 15th birthday with newly published special rates now through 15 December 2014! As an added bonus, enjoy our NEW limited-time offer to play at The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course for the 1999 all-day rate of just $65! It's Throwback T-Days at The Dunes! Take advantage of our new and promotional rates today! Book online now, or call our pro shop for reservations. (808) 873-0422.
Most Challenging Links
Maui’s Best-Kept Secret
Dunes Tee Times
Contact our Pro Shop at (808) 873-0422 seven days-a-week or use our online booking engine. Play our beautiful Golf Course today!
Celebrate: as Dunes GM Dave Gleason presents amateur Royden Heirakuji with the Maui Open trophy.
See: Part I of Dave & Garrett’s intro to The Dunes beginning with the challenging 145-yard par 3 third.
Watch: Part II of Dave & Garrett’s Dunes intro with live action on the revered one-shotter.
See for Yourself! They say a picture is worth a 1,000 words, so we’ve put together photos of all 18-holes just for you. You can view them, download them, and even order prints and other goodies at our online store. Come back often as we’ll be adding to our library soon, and plan to add event photos too!
The Dunes was ranked or nominated as one of the best new courses in America by:
Golf for Women
Tips: Local Knowledge
A little bit of local knowledge can go a long way at The Dunes. Hole No. 4 is notorious for high scores. But don't be intimidated: It's growl is louder than its bite. Recently redesigned, No. 4 has a wider fairway and doesn't demand that you hit a very long tee shot. Rather than risk losing your ball, play a mid-iron short and right of the fairway bunker. You'll have lots of room for your second shot. Now for the good part: What locals have learned (the hard way) is that the new putting surface, affectionately called the 'Augusta green', has a false front toward the right. It'd send a short approach rolling backward to a grassy depression. So take a little extra club to play safely past the false front and leave yourself with a sure putt. Now for a word of caution: If the hole is on the front, you'll be putting downhill, and down grain. Play it smart and lag it from above the hole. You'll likely leave with a par; always a good score at The Dunes.