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Passing the Kea Lani resort you will take a left turning up the hill to Mulligans and The Wailea Blue Course. This course is favored by locals and visitors alike. I don't know of a more forgiving course on island. Wide fairways and large greens. Out of bounds and losing balls will not be that easy so this course is forgiving for the high handicappers. Scratch players will love shooting under par. There's no metal spikes allowed on Maui and no walking on this course. There's only one walking course on island for visitors. The carts here have the GPS system and are battery powered.
Nice Bermuda fairways and Tifton greens. The course rolls through some nice residential homes and a few high end condo's. Also running along Wailea Alanui Dr. where some road will come into play if you dont keep left or middle. Only on one hole you should be fine. A couple of short par 3's so be careful not to over club. A cart lady can be seen about once on both nines and there is a snack bar before 10. The pro shop has all rental equipment. Cant say the fee's for tourists but Kamaaina get the rate of $90 and a rate of $60 after 10:00.
Blue tees - 6765 yards White tees - 6,397 Red tees - 5,208 yards.