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Hawaii Prince Golf Course, Ewa Beach
(2.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
The Hawaii Prince Golf Club is located on the sunny west side of Oahu. Designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, this unique three-course layout boasts 27 holes of dramatic play. It's the only course of it's kind in Hawaii. With 270 acres of sheer beauty, the Hawaii Prince Golf Club offers stunning views of the Waianae Range.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • getting a tee time is very easy and on Tuesdays for seniors it is inexpensive. The course is in great shape. 
  • Great value for money, tees and greens were excellent, good day out and fantastic service from Ken in the shop, I would play there again, see you next time. I had great companion in Eddie from San Fra...  more »
  • This resort style course try's hard to impress from the moment you turn into the long driveway. The core of any course however is the quality of the turf, tee to green inclusive. I played the B and C ...  more »
Google
  • We played the 9 holes twice as there were a tournament happening and I was not bothered by it as the course is really nice and challenging to my weak golf game. We were dropped off by stretch limo, then greeted with a cart filled with water in a cooler, a box of golf balls as well as tees. Away we go and what a fun day to spend in the sun. Not cheap but not expensive by any stretch. Will return to play the other holes next time on the island.
  • The facilities are clean and maintained. There is a good restaurant for before or after golfing feeding. The course is challenging with enough water and sand and even the main driveway between holes. It's not very hilly but it has small rolling hills throughout the course. They were repairing the B course so only A and C were available. They had recently air rated the greens so they were a bit bumpy and slow. Generally a fun course.
  • A very relaxing atmosphere and casual way to spend a Sunday at a great brunch. Good variety of hot entrees, hot crab legs with drawn butter, prime rib, omelet station, heaps of crisp bacon and sausages.
  • Not too expensive to play and the course is in good and excellent playing condition.
  • Don't go there. That is it. You will regret your time.