You'll have three courses to choose from at Wailea. The Blue Course, a par-72, 6,758-yard course designed by Arthur Jack Snyder and dotted with bunkers and water hazards, is for duffers and pros alike. The wide fairways appeal to beginners, while the undulating terrain makes it a course everyone can enjoy. More challenging is the par-72, 7,078- yard championship Gold Course, designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., with narrow fairways and several tricky dogleg holes, not to mention such natural hazards as lava-rock walls. The Emerald Course, also designed by Trent Jones, Jr., is Wailea’s most scenic, with tropical landscaping and a player-friendly design. Sunday mornings are the least crowded. Facilities include a golf training facility, two pro shops, locker rooms, and two restaurants: Gannon’s ★★, by Bev Gannon (another Hawaii Regional Cuisine cofounder), and Mulligan’s ★, a popular Irish pub.