Big Island Country Club

A Pete and Perry Dye designed course, located 2500 above sea level in the cool mountain air above Kona, Big Island Country Club is one of the best examples of Hawaii's treasure trove golf courses. The course is home to Bentgrass greens, Bermuda Grass fairways and spectacular water features. Big Island Country Club also has five sets of tee boxes ranging from 4600-7200 yards which give all caliber of players a proper challenge.

This course is at a higher elevation than typical Hawaiian courses. The fairways are slightly rolling and play host to over 2,000 different types of vegetation. Their signature 17th hole is a par-3 with an island green and all of the courses medium-sized greens are undulating and moderate in speed. Big Island Country Club is also home to many water hazards, which come into play on 9 of the 18 holes, and their fairways and greens remain in excellent condition throughout the year.