“GolfAhoy: Hawaii Golf Cruise for all Types of Players.” By Sylvia Cochran, YAHOO Travel.

“Are you an avid golf traveler? There are plenty of resorts and hotels that now offer golfers great package deals and access to local courses. If this type of travel no longer holds a lot of appeal for you, take a closer look at golf cruises. A hot commodity in some areas of the world already, these vacation opportunities are sure to introduce you to locales you would have never played in the course of a standard getaway.”

“Combine a three-day Hawaii golf resort stay at Turtle Bay Golf & Spa Resort with a seven-day cruise of the Hawaiian Islands. Ports of call include Hilo, Honolulu, Kauai, Kona, Maui, and Oahu. Plan to play Turtle Bay Resort’s Arnold Palmer and George Fazio courses while enjoying the resort amenities. As the cruise sets sail, play Wailea Emerald or Gold on Maui, the Makalei Golf Course on Kona, and the Puakea Golf Club or Kauai Lagoons on Kauai. Departures take place Saturday evenings at 7 p.m. from Honolulu; you disembark on Saturday mornings in Honolulu at 7 a.m. This golf vacation earns a top spot among cruises because organizers set up tee times; reserve carts; and offer opportunities for novice players, intermediates, and even experts to take their games to the next levels. If you want to play courses not included in the itinerary, be sure to discuss your plans with the GolfAhoy tour operators; it is possible to get you onto executive courses not listed for additional fees. Starts at $6,415.” GolfAhoy 877.415.5442 www.GolfAhoy.com

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