posted on February 08, 2012 07:42
Source: Pacific Business News
Date: Tuesday, February 7, 2012, 4:31pm HST
The Prince Course will reopen for play on March 1 at Kauai’s Princeville at Hanalei resort under the management of Montage Golf.
The Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed course recently underwent a multimillion renovation and restoration by Heritage Links and Robert Trent Jones II, Golf Course Architects that included updates to the Princeville Clubhouse designed by Group 70 International.
Montage Golf, which will also oversee the Princeville Golf Club and Adventure Center, is a division of Montage Hotels & Resorts. The Laguna Beach, Calif.-based company purchased 122 acres of land in the Princeville at Hanalei resort in late 2007 for the site of a future luxury resort.
“Montage has redefined ‘comfortable luxury’ in the hospitality industry and brings a new level of prestige and cachet to Princeville and Hawaii’s golf industry,” Princeville’s master developer, Jeff Stone, said in a statement. “They are second to none when it comes to delivering exclusive experiences, and their expertise in building signature outdoor adventure programs is a natural fit for our existing Princeville Ranch Adventures and the North Shore of Kauai.”
Meanwhile, Princeville has put on the market a “limited number” of oceanfront, multiacre ranch home sites that have views of the Pacific Ocean as well as Anini Beach, Bali Hai and the Kilauea Lighthouse, the resort said. Prices for the lots were not disclosed.