The Maui Country Club is a private club founded with the mission to promote recreational enjoyment and foster fellowship among its members and the community. Our ambiance is relaxed, warm and family friendly, with several members representing generations of club history.
Maui Country Club was founded in 1925 and has a rich history with its roots in Maui’s sugar industry.
The Club and golf course was the creation of H.W. Rice and F. F. Baldwin, together with the 46-member Maui Golf Association. Hawaii Commercial & Sugar Company (HC&S) was hired to clear the land, while H.W. Rice went to San Francisco to get materials, including grass seed, to build the golf course. Charlie Chun, from Oahu, was hired as the new club’s first Golf Pro.
In more recent history, the Clubhouse reopened in 2009 following a complete renovation. As a registered historical building, it still maintains its original footprint and is an architectural showpiece.
The golf pro shop offers a complete line of Maui Country Club logo attire and accessories, a snack bar, club fitting services, and a certified teaching pro. Haleakala and the West Maui Mountains are a majestic backdrop and the sounds of the North Shore surf accompany players on one of the best maintained courses on Maui.
Our certified tennis pro and staff cater to the needs of any level of player, with league play, clinics and lessons for all ages.
The heated swimming pool with its snack bar and pavilion are a popular meeting spot for families and friends. Members can train for their favorite sport with use of the Club's fitness center, and the calm surf at Spreckelsville’s Baby Beach is just steps away via the club’s private access.
We welcome Reciprocal members from clubs throughout the world and enjoy being a “home away from home” to Guest members who have been invited to enjoy Maui Country Club’s amenities during their visit.
As a member or our honored guest, you are invited take advantage of the athletic activities, social events and casual dining that make Maui Country Club the North Shore’s place to be.
E kipa mai, welcome!