Take a swing back into golf history at Ironwood Hills Golf Course (808/567-6000). Built in 1929 by the Del Monte Plantation for its executives, the nine-hole, undulating course with uneven fairways lies a half-mile down an unpaved road off Highway 470 in Kalae, between Coffees of Hawaii in Kualapuu and the Kalaupapa Lookout. Gorgeous mountain and ocean views, some filtered by tree growth, also compensate for the challenging course. Greens fees are $36 for 9 holes, including cart; club rentals are $10. Pick up a logo cap in the pro shop trailer.
Molokai is a great place to see by bicycle, with lightly used roads and, on the East End, inviting places to pull over for a quick dip. Molokai Bicycle, 80 Mohala St., Kaunakakai (www.mauimolokaibicycle.com; 800/709-2453 or 808/553-5740), offers mountain, road, and hybrid bike rentals for $25 to $32 a day, or $95 to $130 a week, including helmet and lock; add a trailer for $12 a day, $60 a week. Because owner Phillip Kikukawa is a schoolteacher, the store is open only Wednesday (3–6pm) and Saturday (9am–2pm); call to set up an appointment for other hours. Dropoff and pickup in or near Kaunakakai is free, with charges for runs to the airport ($20 each way/$30 round-trip) or Kaluakoi Resort and Wavecrest condos ($25 each way).
The only two tennis courts on Molokai are located at the Mitchell Pauole Center, in Kaunakakai (808/553-3204). Both are lit for night play and are available free on a first-come, first-served basis, with a 45-minute time limit if someone is waiting. You can also rent tennis rackets ($5 a day, $24 a week) and balls ($3 a day, $12 a week) from Molokai Outdoors Activities (tel. 877/553-4477 or 808/553-4477; www.molokai-outdoors.com).
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.