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King Kamehameha Golf course Maui, Hawaii
Hawaii

Stunning view from the golf course. You can see both sides of the ocean from on top of the course. They have a restaurant up there with an awesome view. The course was manicured and the grasses were lush green. There is a private and public course available there. 

Copyright: Peter Stahl
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Subida: 12/02/2011
Actualizado: 11/08/2014
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Tags: golf; maui; fairways; outdoors; view; restaurant; kahili golf; hawaii; lunch
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