Hawaii Prince Golf Club
The Hawaii Prince Golf Club opened for play in 1992. Built on former sugar land on the Ewa plain, this 27-hole course was designed by the team of Arnold Palmer/Ed Seay. To give the course definition, architect Seay added moundings and hillocks patterned after the gorgeous Waianae mountains which appear in the distance. Great for resort play, the three nines feature large, receptively cupped greens. A clubhouse with dining room, locker rooms and showers and two adjoining tennis courts are available for guest use.

Ko Olina Golf Club
Opened in 1990 as the first phase of an ambitious resort development, the Ko Olina Golf Club has matured into one of Oahu’s best and most beautiful golf courses. Located at the southwestern tip of Oahu, roughly one-half hour from Honolulu on the H-1 freeway, this Ted Robinson-designed layout features an abundance of water, both aesthetic and in-play. The Niblick restaurant and clubhouse add to the first-class ambiance.

Sheraton Makaha Resort & Country Club
The Sheraton Makaha Resort & Country Club is located about an hour’s drive from Honolulu, due west. At more than 7,000 yards, this is one of Oahu’s longest layouts and also one of its toughest. Spectacular views of the Pacific and the deep green folds of the Waianae mountain range make this William Bell course a pleasure to play, especially at sunset.

Links at Kuilima
The Links at Kuilima is the name of the Arnold Palmer/Seay course at the Turtle Bay Country Club on Oahu’s North Shore. A challenging 7,199 yards from the black tees, this par-72 course is built in the classic British links style. Water comes into play on 14 holes. The front nine features few trees, while the back nine is heavily tree-lined with large Ironwoods guarding nearly every fairway. Additionally, the Turtle Bay Course features a nine hole course.

Carved out of a magnificent tropical rain forest on the windward side of the 2,000-foot Ko'olau Ridge mountain range, Ko'olau encompasses three distinct climate zones and features winding ravines, extreme elevation changes, and breathtaking views of cascading waterfalls. Situated on eastern Oahu, the rugged landscape of this tropical jungle course uses ravines as the target for holes and boasts lush vegetation and huge sand bunkers. Considered the toughest course in the nation from the back tees with a slope rating of 152, Ko'olau's spectacular setting will inspire you from beginning to end.

Waikele Country Club
Designed by Ted Robinson and situated in one of the most lush valleys on O'ahu, this is another of Hawaii's justifiably world-famous golf courses. It is located a half-hour west of Waikiki, and is surrounded by mountain ranges. The 18-hole course has a par-72 rating. Waterfalls, lakes and other water features make it difficult as well as scenic. Putting greens and a full-service driving range are also available. In addition to a pro shop and a restaurant, the course has its own stately, spacious 20,000-square-foot clubhouse, appropriate for many kinds of functions.

Luana Hills Country Club
Experience the beautiful Hawaiian golf in the tropical paradise of Luana Hills. Far from crowds and traffic, in the Maunawili Valley, Luana Hills is waiting to treat you to lush fairways and manicured greens. This world-class course showcases classic golf fused with O’ahu’s beautiful surroundings. Your round will take you from tropical jungles home to the island’s native birds and flora, to wide open hillsides and wandering streams, to the Maunawili Valley nestled between majestic Mount Olomana and Ko’olau. It’s an awe-inspiring experience that moves even the native Hawaiian.

Discover your own adventure tucked away in the mountains of Hawaii’s breathtaking landscape.

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