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Oahu Golf Courses

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  • Kailua golf course: Royal Hawaiian Golf Club

    Royal Hawaiian Golf Club

    Kailua, Oahu
    Imagine playing golf in Jurassic Park, but without the CGI dinosaurs, as parts of this course were used as backdrops to the sequels to the popular movie franchise. This Pete Dye designed course wraps through rolling hillsides surrounded by lush... Read more
  • Aiea golf course: Pearl Country Club Golf Course

    Pearl Country Club Golf Course

    Aiea, Oahu
    Local classic since 1967 this course is immaculately well-groomed and fun to play on a level with a private country club. Only 20 minutes from Waikiki, Ko'olina and Waihiawa the Pearl Country Club is centrally located but elevated with views of... Read more
  • Ko Olina golf course: Ko Olina Golf Club

    Ko Olina Golf Club

    Ko Olina, Oahu
    This leeward coast course is amidst the famed Koolina Resort with high end amenities featuring championship play in a tropical climate.  The classic resort style course design by Ted Robinson meanders through the manicured landscape ... Read more
  • Kahuku golf course: Kahuku Golf Club

    Kahuku Golf Club

    Kahuku, Oahu
    This windward coast municipal golf course is maintained through the county and reaching it involves a drive to the country that gives great scenic rewards. Perched along the low dunes fronting the ocean, the rolling windy terrain provides a... Read more
  • Hawaii Kai golf course: Hawaii Kai Executive and Championship Courses

    Hawaii Kai Executive and Championship Courses

    Hawaii Kai, Oahu
    Hawaii Kai is east of Waikiki 13 miles, and is nicely situated in a country setting with mountain and ocean views throughout. The course is friendly to all levels of play with wide fairways, and large greens.  A Hawaiian classic, this... Read more
  • Lanikai golf course: Mid Pacific Country Club

    Mid Pacific Country Club

    Lanikai, Oahu
    Located in the picture-perfect coastal community of Lanikai in windward Oahu, the private Mid Pacific Country Club is an upscale environment providing members with breathtaking views, a highly acclaimed golf course, top rated dining and... Read more
  • Ewa Beach golf course: Hawaii Prince Golf Course

    Hawaii Prince Golf Course

    Ewa Beach, Oahu
    This Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay designed course has a great concept as 3 separate and interchangeable 9 hole layouts can be combined to make an 18 hole round matching your skills level. Not many course offer 27 holes of golf, and on 270 acres on... Read more
  • Turtle Bay golf course: Arnold Palmer Golf Course at Turtle Bay

    Arnold Palmer Golf Course at Turtle Bay

    Turtle Bay, Oahu
    The picturesque Turtle Bay Resort is a perfectly manicured and landscaped paradise located on Oahu's northern most point. The Arnold Palmer Course, named after its famed architect, is the more challenging of the two world class courses on the... Read more
  • Turtle Bay golf course: George Fazio Golf Course at Turtle Bay

    George Fazio Golf Course at Turtle Bay

    Turtle Bay, Oahu
    Though the north shore of Oahu is more appropriately known for being the surfing capital of the world, just a 15 minute drive further north brings you to a jewel of resort complex sharing the same epic ocean views. The picturesque Turtle Bay... Read more
  • Honolulu golf course: Ala Wai Golf Course

    Ala Wai Golf Course

    Honolulu, Oahu
    This county municipal golf course is centrally located amidst the backdrop of Honolulu. The course is predominantly flat with little topographical change and plays along the Ala Wai Canal with views of Diamond Head.  Highlights: Golfing... Read more
About Oahu Golf Courses

Hawaii has some of the most breathtaking and scenic golf courses ever conceived. The Island of Oahu has the most golf courses in the State serving both residents and visitors alike. With planning a day trip across the Island can extend your vacation golfing possibilities. Each course has its own flavor and appeal, and all have unique environments incorporating beautiful views and tropical scenery through out their design.  Famous tournaments have taken place on some, while others are off the radar gems that provide great relaxing play away from the pressure of the more prestigious resort oriented clubs.

At a Glance:

Highlights: With many world-class courses all within a short drive, featuring our tropical weather, Hawaii is a golfer's paradise with year round playability.
Activity Level: Moderate to strenuous. Best to come with previous golf experience courses are well designed and often difficult for the beginner to play.
Options:  Fly here with your clubs or rent them for a day. Most courses have name brand rentals on-site available for your round.
Hazards: The courses on Hawaii have a good deal of slope, as well as sun exposure.  Stay on course, as out of bounds in Hawaii often means lava, drop offs, thick vegetation, and possible hidden hazards.
Price Range: $35 to $350 per round, including applicable club rental, greens, and cart fees.

An entire vacation could be built around golfing on the Oahu. For the avid golfer, there are several championship courses designed by famed architects, and for the vacationing golfer there are many courses with spectacular scenery that are spread out along beautiful ocean views. For the casual golfer there are many options for enjoying some leisure on the links during your stay, you will find that the play here is relaxed and you will often be teamed up with other visitors. Many local Pro shops have name brand club rentals and gear available so that you need not even bring your clubs, the courses often have on-site rentals as well.

The various regions of the islands host different course environments, from hot and dry courses of the leeward coast to the cool and moist conditions windward, or the rolling hills of the central regions you can customize your playing conditions by the area you choose. Regardless of location, all are striving for the highest quality golfing experience that they can create, hoping to draw visitors to play a round during their Hawaiian vacation.


Each course has its' nuances of weather. Wind is your main constant in the mid-day, often game play early or late in the day allows you to enjoy less windy conditions. Visiting the website for your respective course and reading up on the weather is a great way to plan your tee time for best play. In the islands early tee times are less hot and windy, but this is considered "peak" so you will pay the highest green fees of the day.

Oahu Golf Courses:

  • Turtle Bay Resort: George Fazio Course
  • Turtle Bay Resort: Arnold Palmer Course
  • Olomana Golf Links
  • Royal Hawaiian Golf Club
  • Prince Course, Prince Resorts