Kauai Bound Snorkel and Golf Gear Rental

Kauai Bound - A Reliable Locally Owned Snorkel and Golf Equipment Rental Shop
Local Expert's Rating:
4 / 5
The Bottom Line:

Kauai Bound is a great place to stop for snorkeling and golf gear. The owner has a sincere love of the island, and has spent a lot of time and energy getting to know which equipment will work best for his discerning customers. Check this place out for Wilson or Srixon clubs, full face masks, and underwater cameras that can help you capture the best of the island's treasures. 

- The HawaiianIslands.com Local Expert Team

When you’re in Hawaii, there are so many ways to experience the beauty, environment, and atmosphere that surrounds you. Kauai Bound is an excellent choice to get all the gear for your next adventure. If you’re planning to swim with the fish or play a few rounds on the island’s legendary courses, this is a convenient and fully stocked spot. 

Located near the docks and the Mariott, this shop overlooks Kalapaki Bay and has everything from underwater cameras to full-face masks for your underwater excursions. Christopher Holmes is the friendly owner in residence, and he’s known for his deep love of this amazing island. 

Gear Rental by the Day or Week 
There are no grades of gear at Kauai Bound, only quality equipment at a fair price. Customers are welcome to purchase items outright or rent by the day/week. Depending on what you’re looking for, there are a variety of sizes available for everyone in your snorkeling party. 

Kauai Bound also has Wison golf club sets in the Profile HL and Platinum Hope line, ensuring you have the quality clubs you need to play a great game. Available for both right- and left-handers, as well as senior and women’s sets, golf clubs are just $20 a day or $70 a week. Kauai Bound also offers Srixon clubs for $30 a day or $120 a week. 

A Wealth of Experience 
The owner of this shop has years of experience getting out and about on the island. The equipment on offer is born from years of experimenting. From photography to snorkeling to golf, the owner has learned the industry from the inside out. You can find plenty of rental places in Kauai, but it would be relatively easy to come across cheaper or otherwise unreliable equipment. 

This shop has gained a reputation for being as professional as they are thorough. The number of tips and services offered is known to impress customers with even the highest of standards. If you have questions about where to golf or what you’ll see when you snorkel, get ready for advice that’s both truthful and helpful. 

Underwater Photography 
The Olympus Tough camera is available for rent to catch every wondrous sight both above and below the surface. The shop owner also has a number of his prints around the shop, featured on both canvas and metal. While taken with a different camera, it can give you a better idea of what you’ll find when you’re on your own scavenger hunt. 

Snorkeling and golfing are two of the most beloved activities on the island, primarily because they give tourists and locals alike the chance to spend more time in the elements. Whether you’re strolling from hole to hole or stretching your limbs out in the water, Kauai Bound helps you get ready for whatever lies ahead. 

Insider Tips:
-The owner recommends snorkeling in the north shore during the summer and the south shore during the winter. 
-Swim near a lifeguard when possible and check ocean conditions frequently as waves can change on a dime. 
-Kukuiolono is an affordable 9-hole golf course in Kalaheo (just $9 to play). For serious golfers, try Makai in Princeville. 
-Clubs are just $20 a day for Wilson varieties and $30 per day for the Srixon brand. 
-The owner features a number of recommendations for local businesses on the webpage, as well as detailed instructions on how to find the shop.