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Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection and Mauna Lani Golf debut new unlimited golf for two, stay and play package

Hawai‘i Island, Hawaii (December 13, 2021) – Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection, in partnership with Mauna Lani Golf, has developed a new Unlimited Golf Stay & Play package, combining luxurious ocean view resort accommodations with unlimited golf for two on Mauna Lani’s North and South Courses along with daily breakfast for two. Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection is now accepting reservations for the Unlimited Golf Stay & Play package for all of 2022.

Located on Hawai‘i Island and anchored by its storied location along the Kohala Coast, the resort’s dramatic natural setting, paired with an abundance of tailored experiences, including golf, will be the focal point for guests seeking enriching cultural immersion, adventurous outdoor pursuits, unrivaled amenities and the opportunity for a highly personalized itinerary. Experience a golfer’s paradise marked by natural lava bed terrain, kiawe trees and panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. Stay three nights or more and gain access to daily unlimited golf for two at Mauna Lani’s storied North or South courses, along with daily breakfast. The Unlimited Golf Stay & Play Package includes:

  • Daily breakfast for two
  • Unlimited rounds of golf at Mauna Lani Golf Courses, North or South, daily for two
  • Luxury Accommodations in an Ocean View King Room
  • Use Promo Code: TROONGP
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An Ocean View King Room is a seaside haven where guests can gaze out at ocean views for days, either from behind dramatic floor-to-ceiling window walls or while enjoying the warm sea breezes from the private lanai. An airy, open-floor plan makes the most of indigenous materials that reflect the area’s natural beauty. The room also offers a luxurious bathroom with dual vanities and a walk-in shower.

Interested travelers should visit for more information and to book the Unlimited Golf Stay & Play Package

Managed by Troon Golf, the resort and daily-fee management division of Troon, Mauna Lani Golf’s North and South Courses are masterpieces of design and are stunning examples of what environmentally-sensitive golf course architecture can achieve, with numerous archeological sites, trails, fishponds and ancient Hawaiian petroglyphs preserved throughout the courses. Both the North and South golf courses are recognized as two of Hawaii’s best in Golfweek’s 2021 “Best Courses You Can Play in Hawaii” ranking.

The North Course, a Homer Flint, Raymond Cain and Robin Nelson design, was built on an ancient lava bed, overlaying the rugged brown pahoehoe lava flow and features rolling fairways and runs through kiawe forests.  A 230-acre protected archeological district lies on the northern edge of the North Course, while feral goats roam the course, cropping the grass and providing a unique neutral hazard.  The par-3 17th is the signature hole on the North Course as a series of elevated tees form a natural amphitheater with the green at the base of a lava bowl. 

The South Course, also a Flint, Cain and Nelson design, was built on the 16th century Kaniku lava flow snaking through stark, rugged a‘a lava.  A pair of par 3s – the 7th and 15th holes – are Mauna Lani South’s signature holes and are two of the most photographed golf holes in the world. The South Course was home to the Senior Skins Game from 1990 to 2000.

About Mauna Lani Golf 
Mauna Lani enjoys a storied golf history, and all 36 holes are a fitting tribute to Francis I‘i Brown. Known for its lava bed terrain dotted by kiawe trees, the North Course offers the quintessential Hawai‘i golf experience. The South Course, with its stark a‘a lava setting, presents a challenging layout with holes set before mountain and ocean views—including #15, one of the world’s most photographed over-the-ocean holes. Since opening in 1981, the Mauna Lani golf courses have collected numerous “best courses you can play” awards from Golfweek, Golf Digest and GOLF Magazine. Mauna Lani’s award-winning South Course formerly hosted the prestigious Hawaii State Open and was the site of the Senior Skins Game from 1990 to 2000, hosting many of golf’s greats, including Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino, Chi Chi Rodriquez, and Gary Player. For more information on Mauna Lani Golf, visit or call 808-885-6655.

About Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection
Situated along the sun-drenched Kohala Coast on sacred land marked by royal fishponds, natural lava plains, lush tropical gardens and alluring beaches, Mauna Lani – meaning “mountain reaching heaven” – is an inspiring spiritual haven defining a new era of experiential luxury on the Island of Hawaii. Among Travel + Leisure’s Top 500 Hotels in the World as well as Top 15 Beach Resorts in the U.S., Mauna Lani underwent a complete reimagination in January of 2020. Contemporary accommodations, oceanfront dining at CanoeHouse, three distinct pools, a signature spa and wellness haven including an on-site goop store, Kainalu Pro sports and Living Culture programs, and an interactive Holoholo Kids Crew set the tone for enriching and transformational experiences. For more information on Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection please visit

About Troon
Headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., Troon is the world’s largest golf management company providing services at 630-plus locations around the globe, including managing 650-plus 18-hole equivalent golf courses. In addition to golf, Troon specializes in homeowner association management, private residence clubs, estate management and associated hospitality venues. Troon’s award-winning food and beverage division operates and manages 615-plus food and beverage operations located at golf resorts, private clubs, daily fee golf courses and recreational facilities. With properties located in 45-plus states and 30-plus countries, Troon’s family of brands includes Troon Golf, Troon Privé, Troon International, Indigo Sports, CADDIEMASTER, True Club Solutions, Cliff Drysdale Tennis and RealFood Hospitality, Strategy and Design. For additional news and information, visit

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