Both courses at Kaanapali will challenge golfers, from high-handicappers to near-pros. The par72, 6,305-yard Royal Kaanapali (North) Course is a true Robert Trent Jones, Sr., design: It has an abundance of wide bunkers; several long, stretched-out tees; and the largest, most contoured greens on Maui. The tricky 18th hole (par-4, 435-yard) has a water hazard on the approach to the green. The par-72, 6,250-yard Kai Kaanapali (South) Course is an Arthur Jack Snyder design; although shorter than the North Course, it requires more accuracy on the narrow, hilly fairways. It also has a water hazard on its final hole, so don’t tally up your scorecard until you sink the final putt. Facilities include a driving range and putting course. Celebrated chef Roy Yamaguchi, one of the founders of the Hawaii Regional Cuisine movement, operates the clubhouse restaurant, Roy’s ★★. Families with nongolfers and soccer fans may also enjoy footgolf, a nine-hole loop on the Kai Course with its own holes (in the rough, to protect the greens) in which you attempt to kick a soccer ball to make par. It’s available after 4pm for $15 per player, with optional cart and ball rental