Crystal Cruises Debuts Golf Cruise to Hawaii

On Crystal Symphony’s first-ever Golf Experiences of Discovery to the Hawaiian Islands, golfers can tee off at three of the region’s most impressive courses, and perfect their swings with instruction from PGA pros on the way.

The 14-day itinerary sails round-trip from Los Angeles April 24, with play in Kauai, Oahu and Maui. The courses on the islands include:

Poipu Bay Golf Course
(Kauai) – Named one of the top courses in Hawaii by the likes of Golf.com and The Los Angeles Times, where one is just as likely to reach the surf as the green.

Ko’olau Golf Course (Oahu) – Listed as one of Golf Magazine’s ‘Top 100 Places You Can Play’, the course encompasses over 280 acres of forest, and poses a fun challenge for low-handicappers.

Ka’anapali Golf Resort (Maui) – The Royal Course at Ka’anapali has hosted greats from Arnold to Nicklaus, featuring broad fairways and sloped greens.

In addition to playing at the destination’s top-rated courses, Crystal’s “Hawaiian Dreams” golf programming also features on-board presentations and tips from former U.S. Open champion Ken Venturi and golf historian Jack Mishler. The Crystal Golf Program includes onboard practice with brand new TaylorMade equipment – the No. 1 driver on the PGA Tour – cocktails, caddy and cart service on the greens, and complimentary cleaning and storage of golf clubs and golf shoes after each round.

The cruise calls in Hawaii/Hilo, Kauai/Nawiliwili, Oahu/Honolulu, Maui/Lahaina, Hawaii; and Ensenada, Mexico.

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