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Advertorial KOHANAIKI An Emerging Private Community on Hawaii’s Big island


Located on the Kona Coast of Hawaii, Kohanaiki is an emerging private community, built around an environmentally sustain- able infrastructure and culture. There is no other private club in Hawaii that off ers the same history and sense of location as Kohanaiki, and nothing like it will likely be built again on the Big Island. Easily reachable via year-round nonstop fl ights from San Francisco


or San Jose to Kauai, Kohanaiki off ers luxurious living, superb quality, comfort and recreational activities in a private resort setting without excess. A modern type of Big Island community, Kohanaiki represents an evolution of Hawaii’s private club experiences. The community will include approximately 450 homes on 450 acres of land, including Shay Zak-designed custom homes and Hale Mai’a Town Homes designed by Warren Sunnland. In May 2013, Kohanaiki unveiled its


unique Rees Jones-designed 18-hole golf course, which winds along more than 100 acres of terrain and features magnifi - cent and unobstructed views, while seam- lessly blending the blue ocean with the sand, surf, and lava that surrounds it. A par 72, the course is designed to play up to 7,329 yards. Kohanaiki’s world-class golf course boasts six oceanfront holes—more than


any other course in Hawaii. These six fi nal holes run along Kohanaiki’s 1.5 miles of coastline, off ering breathtaking views of the ocean in a comfortable and scenic environment amidst anchialine ponds and raw, natural topography. The course has been registered in the Audubon In- ternational Silver Signature Program as a result of its careful design to protect wildlife, conserve water and preserve the native vegetation. Kohanaiki Golf Course architect Rees Jones says, “We took great care


to preserve the cultural areas at Kohanaiki. My course plays through the Hualalai Volcano lava fl ow and builds to the fi nish with six oceanfront holes. I don’t think another community of this magnitude will be built in Hawaii during my lifetime.” Additional course highlights include the opportunity for golfers to break at Kohanaiki’s Golf Hales (comfort stations), located at Nos. 6 and 13, to rest and enjoy a wide assortment of gourmet snacks, including homemade ice-cream sandwiches and refreshing beverages. The rare course features a unique


blend of diffi culty and balance, creating an exceptional golfi ng experience, yet a challenging one to score low on. Pro- fessionals are available for any level of instruction, and use the state-of-the-art TrackMan training system.


Potential buyers who wish to preview Kohanaiki can call 808.640.6832 or email jmetzler@kohanaiki.com. To learn more about the private community and Rees Jones-designed golf course, visit www.kohanaiki.com.


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