Golf legend Ben Crenshaw, former tennis pro Lindsey Davenport, and Jacksonville Jaguar Davon House have all joined the club.
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An average of eight million people visit the Hawaiian islands each year. But it's not likely that many of those tourists will have an experience that parallels what members can have at Kohanaiki, an exclusive club near Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii.
With an annual membership fee of $25,000 (in addition to a one-time entrance fee of $150,000), Kohanaiki offers travelers a plethora of activities and real estate options to enjoy. Members can either purchase pre-constructed, fully furnished homes or build out custom homes themselves.
Several C-suite finance executives, as well as golf legend Ben Crenshaw, former tennis pro Lindsey Davenport, and Jacksonville Jaguar Davon House have all joined the club.
"Our members are a very well-traveled, sophisticated set. This is not the first high-end, private club that they're a member of, and it's not their first vacation home," general manager George Punoose recently told Business Insider. "They've experienced the finest things in life and know what service and luxury is."
Let's take a tour of the 450-acre resort community where entrepreneurs, hedge funders, athletes, and entertainment industry pros vacation together.