Maui, Hawaii (April 1, 2021) – The King Kamehameha Golf Club in Maui, Hawaii recently promoted Guy Nishimura to the position of Head Golf Professional. Nishimura will lead the private club’s golf operations, while overseeing the member golf event calendar and golf instruction program.
Nishimura has been with The King Kamehameha Golf Club since 2015 as an assistant golf professional. In 2017, he was a finalist for Troon’s “Associate of the Year” award. He is currently enrolled in the PGA program and is on his way to attaining full PGA of America membership. Prior to arriving at The King Kamehameha Golf Club Nishimura was a sales manager at Island Honda.
“Guy has an infectiously positive attitude, a love for golf, and is a hard worker,” said Scott Carroll, general manager, The King Kamehameha Golf Club. “Over the past five-plus years Guy has continued to grow in his role and comes to work every day with optimism and a smile. He is dedicated and loyal to our club and goes out of his way to help our members in any way he can. He is problem solver and gets along well with EVERYONE.”
In addition to his position at The King Kamehameha Golf Club, Nishimura volunteers as an assistant golf coach at Maui High School. When not coaching golf or working at a golf club, Nishimura enjoys playing golf in his spare time.
Nestled into the West Maui Mountains, The King Kamehameha Golf Club is a home away from home to members from around the globe. The pure golf experience has no homes, resorts, or roads around the course to block the panoramic views of Mt. Haleakalā and bi-coastal views of the Pacific Ocean. The golf course was originally designed by Ted Robinson, Sr. and later refreshed by his son, Ted Robinson, Jr., using their three core design elements of flexibility, memorability, and natural beauty. Based on skill levels, members and guests can attack from any of the five sets of tees while the golf course defends its self with challenging bunker placements, tiered greens, and five spectacular water features.
The King Kamehameha Golf Club is also home to one of the most beautiful and unique clubhouses in the world. A modification of a Frank Lloyd Wright home design, the 74,778 square foot clubhouse is filled with artwork honoring those who have come before by creating a cultural sense of place. The history of the area is brought to life with spectacular displays of art throughout the building.
The King Kamehameha Golf Club is proudly managed by Troon Privé, the private club operating division of Troon. For more information on The King Kamehameha Golf Club, visit www.kamehamehagolf.com or call 808-249-0033.
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