Oahu Golf
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Aloha Golf Tour
Catering to the individual golfer. We put together singles, doubles or more to form our own intimate groups. In the interest of economy, we schedule play on Tuesdays and Fridays only. However if there is a party of four or more, we'll schedule on any other day with just a short notice so that we can call for tee times. Play is usually at Luana Hills Country Club, however with repeat players or groups of four or more we'll make arrangement at other golf courses upon short notice.

GOLFCARDHAWAII
The GOLF HAWAII CARD is your client’s ticket to unbeatable year-round savings and unlimited Hawaii golf! Book the GolfHawaiiCard and your clients will save on green fees (to be paid in Hawaii) at a number of courses. In addition to great savings at 20 or so participating courses spread around the islands, GolfHawaiiCard courses offer cardholders UNLIMITED GOLF with shared cart, 90 day advance tee times and, at many locations, even free range balls and discounts on pro shop merchandise.

1. Coral Creek Golf Course
Water comes into play on at least 13 holes, mostly in the form of natural spring fed lakes or coral creeks. Players will find the cool prevailing 15-20 mph winds pleasant, but take note that this "cool breeze" can play havoc with any shot you play, making the water hazards an even greater threat. Well hit shots traveling above the tree line will most likely encounter the strong tradewinds coming off the top, forcing your ball's flight downward.
Each hole is distinctly different and calls for an arsenal of shot-making skills and strategy. Elevated greens protected by strategic bunkers incorporate sloping conditions and false fronts.

2. Hawaii Prince Golf Courses
Designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, this unique course boasts 27 dramatic holes – the only golf course of its kind in Hawaii. Situated on the Ewa Plain of Oahu, it occupies 270 acres of sheer beauty and offers stunning views of the rain-carved Waianae Mountains.
On the Ewa Plain of Oahu, Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay were given land that was once just waving fields of sugar cane and created a memorable course with character and variety. Character and variety, in this case, are euphemisms for sidehill lies, downhill lies and uphill lies – the unique challenges of the 27-hole Hawaii Prince Golf Course.

3. Hawaii Kai Golf Courses
The golf course known as "Makaha West" William F. Bell's 1969 masterpiece remains on to the top golf courses on Oahu. Listed on the "Places to Play" for 2002 by Golf Digest. A classic course requires a variety of shots and just about every club in your bag. The 18 hole, par 72, championship golf course stretches 7,077 yards from the "tips", and holds a U.S.G.A. rating of 73.2, challenging both professionals and amateurs alike.

4. Kapolei Golf Course
Opened in 1995, Kapolei occupies 191 acres of former sugar cane lands at the southern end of Waianae Mountains. Architect Ted Robinson, who is known for his creative use of water, moved massive amounts of dirt to create the lakes and to provide elevation and contouring for the course.

5. Ko'olau Golf Club
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.

6. Ko Olina Golf Club
Ko Olina Golf Club is a challenging, 18-hole championship golf course on Hawaii’s beautiful island of Oahu. Located on the sunny West Coast of Oahu, just a short drive from Honolulu and Waikiki, this Ted Robinson designed course boasts exceptional water features, multi-tiered greens and expansive landing areas for your tee shots.

7. Royal Hawaiian Golf Club
Opened in 1993 about 20 minutes from Honolulu in the Ko'olau Mountains. Formerly known as Luana Hills, Royal Hawaiian was the first course co-designed by Perry Dye and his father, world-renowned golf architect Pete Dye.
Measuring a modest 6,595 yards from the tips, the course's challenge is in several forced carries off the tee, bunkers bordered by railroad ties and fairways that fall off into bunkers and ravines. A remote course, locals refer to Royal Hawaiian as "Jurassic Park" because there are few signs of civilization. Golfers will have plenty of beautiful scenery to admire.

8. Makaha Resort Golf Club
The golf course known as "Makaha West" William F. Bell's 1969 masterpiece remains on to the top golf courses on Oahu. Listed on the "Places to Play" for 2002 by Golf Digest. A classic course requires a variety of shots and just about every club in your bag. The 18 hole, par 72, championship golf course stretches 7,077 yards from the "tips", and holds a U.S.G.A. rating of 73.2, challenging both professionals and amateurs alike.

9. Moanalua Golf Club
As Hawaii's first golf course built in 1898 by Samuel Mills Damon Moanalua Golf Club has the distinction of being the "Royal and Ancient" home of golf in Hawaii.
Moanalua Golf Club was originally established as an 18 hole golf course meandering through the valley and along the slopes of Moanalua where the Moanalua Stream crisscrosses through the course creating beautiful natural hazards.
In 1908 Moanalua Golf Club was shortened to its current 9 hole three thousand yard layout. Moanalua Golf Club's signature hole is the 213 yard eighth hole which features nearly 100 feet of elevation change, and provides golfers with breathtaking views of the Honolulu skyline as well as Diamond Head Crater.

10. Turtle Bay Golf Courses
Turtle Bay Resort features two championship golf courses that are among the finest in all of Hawai‘i. The Arnold Palmer and George Fazio Courses have achieved legendary status as select locations for prestigious PGA and LPGA tournaments. The PGA Champion's Tour, Turtle Bay Championship, will take place on the Arnold Palmer Course through 2008. The Fazio Course is the only golf course is Hawai’i designed by George Fazio.
The natural topography of the resort’s 880 acres creates a breathtaking variety of vistas for each course. From fairways in dense ironwood forests to greens on the edge of the ocean, golf achieves its purest expression at Turtle Bay Resort. Peer out at 36 holes that wind through the resort, and down to the Pacific, offering views that will take your breath away.