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Oahu Must-Play Golf Recommendations?

Robert L

I'm starting to plan rounds of golf for a trip to Oahu, HI in the coming months and wanted to reach out for any must-play recommendations. I'm currently targeting Kapolei, Turtle Bay - Palmer, and Ko Olina.

Any other suggestions are welcome, and an invite to Waialae Country Club is appreciated! ;)

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  1. No'l

    Friends tells me that Ko O Lau is an awesome experience.
    www.koolaugolfclub.com/

    I've been on both Turtle Bay and had a great time- loved the courses.
    Ko Olina is a fun course, very playable. LPGA & Sr. Hawaiian Tour stop.

    LOL! :)
    (Any other suggestions are welcome, and an invite to Waialae Country Club is appreciated! ;) )
  2. Sean S

    I was there in August and played Turtle Bay - Palmer and loved it! Great course that was in great condition. I would avoid Ko 'Olau as it rains there a lot and the course stays water logged. I've heard great things about the Kaneohe Klipper course, even though this is on a Marine Corps base, the public can still make tee times.

    Supposedly if you stay at a certain hotel in Waikiki you can play Waialae as both places are owned by the same person. I forget the name of the hotel though, I'm sure you could find it on a google search.

    Hope this helps.
  3. Robert L

    Thanks for the suggestions Noel D. and Sean S. Cheers!
  4. Dan M

    +1 on the Turtle Bay Palmer course - great track just don't expect ocean views. The TB Fazio course has better views but it's design and conditioning leave a lot to be desired.
  5. hacker

    the hotel is the Sheraton Waikiki, both landowners are the same (KSBE), but the price is steep and the course is a well maintained muni. I'd add Ewa Beach, no range but their twilight price is hard to beat.

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