The Prince Course layout takes you through an enjoyable variety of narrow and open hole designs, featuring several doglegs bordered by canyons. On the long par-5 10th, one of those scenic canyons comes into play if your club selection and shot placement are off.
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Every minute spent at the St. Regis Princeville Resort feels like an escape to paradise. The St. Regis, tucked away on the island’s magical north shore, sparkles fresh off a $90 million revival from 2009. Every detail of the resort is exquisite.
It is a study in extremes, where sky-scraping cliffs meet plunging valleys, lush rainforests contrast stunning beaches and resort-laden enclaves speckle long, tourist-free stretches. The diminutive island may measure just 552 square miles, but it packs plentiful offerings in a setting so diverse filmmakers have used it to evoke both fearsome jungles (Outbreak, Jurassic Park) and utopian seascapes (South Pacific, Blue Hawaii).
The Mini Prince is a walking course designed for all skill levels and is particularly suited to families who want to enjoy a few holes together. The course measures 424 yards total, with the individual holes ranging from 65 yards to 91 yards.
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