50 reviews
The King Kamehameha Golf Club
marker Wailuku, Hawaii


50 reviews
Rachel Maurer

Beautiful views at this Frank Lloyd Wright designed golf club. We don't belong but did drive up and walk around. Unfortunately I there was a wedding going on there that night so we didn't stay long as the staff was getting ready for that. Don't want to spoil anyone's wedding! The club was originally a design for a house for Marilyn Monroe & playwright Arthur Miller but they divorced before the house could be built. So the design was used for the golf club. It works well.
Joe Berge

This is a private golf club. The reason we went there is the Club House is designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The outside's unique design, and the inside's touches are a testament to Frank Lloyd Wright's unique taste. Well worth the quick trip to see the building. The club house is open to the public.
lynn osburn

Really really good golf course good price also except if you want somebody to come with you and not play golf they charge you $35 which is way too much.
Sean Rolnick

This amazing Frank Lloyd Wright architecture has been enjoyed on Maui 4 over 25 years. A must-see location. Beautiful cherry wood interior, spaceship like dining room, 3 floors to check out and if you're into golfing, one of the best courses around. The staff at the wedding designers inside are ready to help with any questions and always happy to see you. I highly recommend this location when visiting Maui or planning a wedding event and especially a corporate meeting event.
Sunny Lee

Beautiful architectural designed building (club house) by Frank Lloyd Wright. Its open to public and worth a trip to admire the beautiful wrap around deck/porch overlooking the valley over the golf courses towards the waist of Maui. We could see both shores of ocean of the Maui from the building. There are plenty of parking for guest behind the building.We spent almost 45 minutes walking around to see many architectural details inside and out on all 3 floors of building. We admired some paintings and a replica of feathered cape that looks striking which have been worn by an island chief. If youre into architecture, this is a must stop place.