This really isn't a bad place to golf. It's cheap for locals, and a still cheap for non-residents as well, compared to fees you'd find at private courses.
They have a pro shop, restaurant, and driving range. You can rent a golf cart or walk. The 18-hole course provides all sorts of challenges, and has great ocean views to boot. It is a municipal course so don't expect landscape perfect fairways and greens. They honestly do a good job for the price you pay.
Beware of parking your car near the entry of the parking lot as one of the fairways sits right above it, so a sliced ball will get ya!
wait, what am I doing, don't come here it's mine.
OK, this is pretty much where the bulk of the locals play. If your a tourist and want to play a nice resort course, it's best if you go to Kapalua, Kaanapali, Makena or Wailea. You'll also pay $180+ a round...
I'll give it 4 stars based upon price. If your a 'hacker' like me (~16 handicap), this is a good place to play when you visit Maui. It's 'cheap' considering it's golf on Maui. There are a few holes that are next to the water with nice views. (Where else can you play a course next to the water for $40?)
The course is typical muni, lots of hackers and can be slow. It can be setup to look and play much nicer, but I don't think it's in their plans.