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Pearl Country Club temporary closure will allow for renovation and transformation

Dec. 12, 2023

In the ahupuaʻa of Kalauao, the iconic Pearl Country Club is set to undergo a magnificent transformation, emerging as Pearl at Kalauao, the cherished home of Warrior Golf. The course and clubhouse facilities will be temporarily closed on Jan. 1, 2024, to complete the remaining improvements.

This visionary project, is deeply rooted in the sense of place, our kuana ʻike Hawaiʻi, and ea. Once completed, it will create a golf and entertainment experience that excels in quality and gives profound respect to Hawaiian culture and heritage.

“Our commitment to the land and community is at the heart of these enhancements,” said Ryan Ng, senior asset manager of ʻĀina Pauahi's Commercial Real Estate. “We’ve carefully blended modern innovations with Indigenous mindset.”

When completed, Pearl at Kalauao will feature a re-imagined clubhouse, banquet halls, kitchen, and restrooms, as well as the relocation of the pro shop to the bottom floor to construct a 5,000-square-foot executive center. Drawing inspiration from the moʻolelo of Kalauao and traditional place names, these enhancements will seamlessly blend aesthetics, colors, and architectural elements that honor the land's history and celebrate Hawaiian culture, all while providing a challenging golf experience suitable for players of any skill level.

The anticipated reopening of the course and clubhouse is set for the end of 2024, marking a historic milestone in the journey of Pearl at Kalauao. Stay updated on the progress of these culturally significant enhancements at www.pearlcc.com.


Artist's rendering of renovated Grille Room.


Artist's rendering of renovated Grille Room.


Artist's rendering of renovated banquet space.


Artist's rendering of renovated Pearl Pavilion.


Renovations include reimagined greens.



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