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The Makena Golf & Beach Club is the site of the First Annual Na Hale O Maui Golf Tournament in support of the organization’s mission to create housing that remains affordable in perpetuity.

Nā Hale O Maui to Host Inaugural Golf Tournament at Makena Golf & Beach Club

Nonprofit Nā Hale O Maui (NHOM) invites the community to participate in their inaugural charity golf tournament on Sunday July 16 at the Mākena Golf & Beach Club. A $10,000 prize is being offered for a hole-in-one on Hole 15.

This is a by reservation only, space limited event and there is no availability to sign up at the event. For more information about 1st Annual Nā Hale O Maui Golf Tournament visit http://www.nahaleomaui.org/events.php, or email [email protected]

NHOM partners with Mākena Golf & Beach Club to host their first charity golf tournament. The event costs $250 per individual player and includes a full breakfast, buffet luncheon and entry in Hole-In-One and Closest-to-the-Pin contest throughout the course. The tournament begins at 8:30 AM with a shotgun start. Breakfast will be served at 7:30 AM. The club’s driving range will also be open at 7:30 AM.

Proceeds from the event will support the build-out of new three and four-bedroom homes in Kahoma, Lahaina. The homes will benefit low and moderate-income island families with a priority for those who work and/or live in Lahaina.

“We invite you to join us for a fantastic morning of premier golf at the Mākena Golf & Beach Club to support providing truly affordable housing in perpetuity for Maui families,” said NHOM President Michael Trotto. “Your participation will help us change the lives of 12 Maui families that work or live in West Maui.”

NHOM is a nonprofit 501(c) 3, created in August 2006, whose mission is to secure and preserve a permanent supply of affordable housing alternatives for low and moderate- income households in Maui County. The organization acquires and rehabilitates abandoned and/or foreclosed homes on Maui, and sells the homes to income-qualified island families. The non-profit proves the viability of the Community Land Trust form of homeownership in Maui County over the past ten years, with 33 Maui families currently owning homes. The nonprofit also created a matching down-payment assistance grant, based on need, of up to $10,000 per NHOM home. The total number of down payment grants to NHOM homeowners is $105,200.

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