Golf Channel's Matt Ginella Visits Ka'anapali Golf Courses


Golf Channel's world traveler, Matt Ginella, recently stopped off at Ka'anapali Resort to check out the sand, surf and turf at one of Hawaii's most popular destinations. Check out the video segments below of #GinellasJourneys where Matt learned the fine art of sushi, fire danced and teed it up on the Ka'anapali Courses with legendary chef Roy Yamaguchi.

Ginella's Journey: Fire Dancing in Ka'anapali, Maui

Ginella's Journey: Golfing with Chef Roy Yamaguchi in Ka'anapali 

About Ka’anapali Golf Courses

Built on 300 acres of land once home to Hawaiian royalty, Ka’anapali Golf Courses present golfers with pristine conditions and stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and West Maui Mountains.

Opened in 1962 and designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr., the par-71, 6,700-yard Royal Ka’anapali Course features wide fairways and undulating greens which make it both distinctive and demanding.  The tournament-tested layout hosted the Champions Tour Ka’anapali Classic for 14 years, Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf, the Canada Cup and LPGA Kemper Open, welcoming Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Billy Casper, Greg Norman, Fred Couples, Jan Stephenson, Betsy King and other legends. 

Complementing the Royal Ka’anapali Course is the modernized Ka’anapali Kai Course which hosted Golf Channel’s “Big Break Ka’anapali.” Extensively renovated in 2005, the 6,400-yard, par-70 layout boasts an array of strategically placed bunkers, contoured fairways and resurfaced greens.