Hawaii Island Kiwanis GOLF TOURNAMENT
Fundraiser to benefit Keiki, December 6, 2015.
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"Your golf course was absolutely magnificent.
The course is truly on one of the most beautiful places
on this planet."
- George Christopher Thomas, Van Nuys New Press, Van Nuys,
"The staff at the course were terrific. Very friendly
- B. Bates, Costa Mesa, CA
Aloha and welcome to the Big Island Country Club, one
of the most unique Hawaii golf courses, where you'll find
cool air, light winds and a magnificent setting that will
inspire your game.
Big Island Country Club is the perfect course for a Hawaii
golf vacation. With five sets of tee boxes, the Par 72
course is challenging but enjoyable for novices through
expert players. Designed by famed golf architect Perry
Dye, the course features wide fairways and water in play
on nine of the 18 holes. Situated on the lower slopes
of Mauna Kea mountain, the course offers Hawaii visitor
and resident golfers a cooler climate with refreshing
air and sweeping vistas of mountains and the ocean.
"The Big Island Country Club
is a place that is the in the know spot to golf on the
Big Island. It has evolved into a bird sanctuary with
(beautiful) mature trees, wonderful waterfalls, panoramic
mountain and coast views and cool golf weather."
- Perry Dye, Big Island Country Club architect
A Dye-designed Golf Course for Every Level of Playing
Since the day the Big Island Country Club opened to rave
reviews in 1997, it has been on the "must play" list of
the golfing visitor to Hawaii's Big Island. That's not
only because of its spectacular location and scenic beauty,
but equally because of its well-deserved reputation as
a course that welcomes both the novice player as well
as the low-handicap expert. The course is simultaneously
enjoyable yet challenging, and is designed for every level
of playing ability. Designed by famed golf course architect
Perry Dye, son of Pete Dye, the par 72 course has all
the popular attributes and interesting features that make
his layouts so popular to golfers of varying skills: wide,
gently rolling fairways, medium-size undulating greens,
and an abundance of water.