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Juniors play free on the Kaanapali Kai Course with their own tees

By Staff | Jun 27, 2019

Girls practice on the range at Kaanapali. PHOTO BY PACIFIC DREAM PHOTOGRAPHY.

KAANAPALI – Helping to bring up the next generation of golfers, Kaanapali Golf Courses announces the continuation of its annual Juniors Play Free-Bring the Ohana Program.

One junior golfer, age 7-17, can play or ride for free daily through Sept. 30, 2019 when accompanied by a paying adult on the Kaanapali Kai Course any time of day. Juniors may also play or ride for free (with an accompanied paying adult) on the Royal Course after 2:30 p.m. during this same period.

A fifth set of tees was designed in 2009 specifically for keiki (children), a par 71 at 2,459 yards on the Kai Course. With a fun and colorful design and a par set for their level of play, keiki from across the globe can experience the Kai Course and its beautiful panoramic views while playing with their ‘ohana (family).

PGA Director of Golf Sutee Nitakorn said, “Kaanapali is a family destination for both visitors and residents alike, especially in the summer months. The Juniors Play Free program has been at Kaanapali for 17 years. Our goal is to keep families together during their vacation and time off from school. We also offer great rates for juniors the rest of the year for this same reason.”

Every summer, more than 1,500 rounds are played by juniors who take advantage of Kaanapali’s offer with their parents or adult family friends.

Additional juniors pay $39 on the Kai Course and $49 on the Royal Course. For tee times and information, call (808) 661-3691. Follow KGC at Facebook/kaanapaligolf or Instagram @kaanapaligolf, and be sure to tag the courses in your posts!