The Ka’anapali Resort on Maui is home to two championship golf courses, set on 1,200 acres of land home to ancient Hawaiian royalty. The Ka’anapali Kai course is an Arthur Jack Snyder design from 1962 that received an extensive renovation in 2005. The golf course is shorter and has a lower slope/rating compared to its sister Royal Ka’anapali course, but also plays narrower in most spots. Many holes are tucked into the West Maui Mountains The golf course is women-friendly with a forward set of “Hibiscus” tees at 4,522 yards, and also less expensive to resort guests and visitors compared to Royal Ka’anapali, which has played host to numerous professional events.