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We have golfed nearly all of the courses on Kauai, and this year decided to give this local course a shot. We paid $30 for the cart and the golf (it used to be $9 for everything, now it's $10). We had... more »
If you're serious about your Hawaii golf experience, go ahead and drop $250 to play one of the big name courses on the island. But if you just want to have some fun playing golf in an incredible setti... more »
We've been golfing here for years. The course is still the same and just as fun as always. There used to be local food available in the clubhouse but now it is Paco's Tacos. We didn't eat so I won't t... more »
The views of the South Shore from the practice range are beautiful. But be careful....You get what you pay for. While this course is very affordable, our experience was not at all positive. We are frequent golphers and know the general rules of a golf course. We attempted to golf here on a Tuesday. The course is older but fine. The clubs and bags are ancient and in poor shape. We called ahead for a tee time and were told they don't accept them, but it wasn't busy and a good time to come. There were 3 of us. On hole one there came a loud speaker announcement that no one tee off any hole until the folks ahead of you are on the green. Ok, the hole was not a par 3, but apparently their rules. There was a group of 4 ahead of us. By the time we started hole 2, an employee came out to tell us we needed to golf faster. Not sure how we were supposed to do that when we were on the heels of the folks ahead of us, but ok. Not more than 2 minutes later the same lady came out and told us we had to pick up our balls and go " immediately" to the next green. When we pointed out that the folks ahead of us were on the green, she actually started yelling at us and said she had 14 people waiting to play golf and they needed to speed things up. Well, that was about it for us. We went there to play golf, not to be herded through like a bunch of cattle just because they do not take tee times and make people wait to tee off. Quite irritated by now, we picked up our balls and headed back to the office and not surprised to be met by the group ahead of us who were also leaving the course because the employees who were cutting the grass had yelled at them 2 or 3 times to get moving because they were golfing to slow. We pretty much demanded our money back and were told they don't give refunds by the same lady who yelled at us on hole 2. We asked to speak with the manager, told there wasn't one, but a different employee agreed to refund our money. The moral of the story...You get what you pay for. We headed over to Kiahuna Golf Club, paid a bit more, dealt with wonderful employees and had a terrific golf experience. We golfed at Kiahuna 3 times while we were on Kauai.
Pretty great views of the South Shore from here. I don't golf, but it's a nice place to walk around and there's a decent taco restaurant at the pro shop.
Great, cheap golf course as an alternative to the more expensive resort-type courses on the island. Fairways are just park-type grass, but they're well mowed and you can get great ball roll distance. Greens are much improved in the last five years, on par with some of the best courses on the island. Really great view from the driving range facing the West along the South side of the island. Makes for great sessions at sunset, especially in winter when the sun sets earlier. Also makes for a great family walk after the course closes at 6. Park outside the gate and walk on in. Gorgeous lookouts of the ocean.
Cash only. Super price, great course for the money. Each player must have own clubs (no sharing) but they have rental clubs, keep in mind they are pretty beat up. Starter was friendly and staff was helpful. Course conditions were good, tho dry and hard. Plenty of roll, lay up or risk shooting past target every time.
Memorable and Unique experience. Read the history of this place to get a better understanding of it. You'll play with barefooted and shirtless locals out for relaxation. The driving range has a view that other courses would kill for. All this is available for a song. Trust me, you'll be talking about this course more than any others on the island.
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