Oahu

Oahu Golf

 

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The Koolau mountains tower in your sightline. Palm trees line the green. The white of your golf ball pops against the deep blue sky. Even a bad game of golf on Oahu is still pretty darn good.

With more golf courses than any other island, golfers of every skill level from around the world head to Oahu. Choose from 40 public and private courses, ranging from casual municipal links to elegant resort courses. Spectacular scenery awaits you no matter which course you choose. If you prefer to watch the pros play, Oahu hosts the PGA TOUR’s Sony Open at the Waialae Country Club every January.

You may also want to make a few adjustments to your game in the islands. Most notably, Hawaii’s trade winds can exaggerate mistakes in your swing on a windy day. Luckily, most Oahu courses have wide, forgiving fairways. Bermuda greens can also be harder to read than traditional bentgrass greens. All these factors help make for some fun and challenging rounds on the golfer’s heaven of Oahu.

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Here’s a list of Oahu golf courses:

North Shore
> Kahuku Golf Course
> Turtle Bay Resort - Arnold Palmer Course
> Turtle Bay Resort - George Fazio Course
Windward Coast
> Bay View Golf Park
> Koolau Golf Club
> Royal Hawaiian Country Club
> Olomana Golf Links
> Pali Golf Course
Honolulu
> Ala Wai Golf Club
> Hawaii Kai Golf Course - Championship Course
> Hawaii Kai Golf Course - Executive Course
> Moanalua Golf Club
Central
> Hawaii Country Club
> Mililani Golf Course
> Pearl Country Club
> Royal Kunia Country Club
> Ted Makalena Golf Course
> Waikele Country Club
Leeward Coast
> Coral Creek Golf Course
> Ewa Beach Golf Club
> Ewa Villages Golf Course
> Hawaii Prince Golf Club - A, B & C Courses
> Kapolei Golf Course
> Ko Olina Golf Club
> Makaha Valley Country Club
> West Loch Golf Course

 

  • Resorts of Oahu

    From Waikiki to the North Shore, the resorts of Oahu offer world-class amenities, amazing restaurants, spas and golf courses.