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Ko'olau Golf Club, Kaneohe

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Golf Course
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Excuse the convenient title pun, but it definitely needs a heavy makeover. Outside of amazing views, fairways are weeds and the greens are destroyed. Too pricey for the experience. Luckily, I only pai...  more »
  • Rated as one of the toughest golf courses in the world, I shot pretty good. The course bumps up against the Ko'olau mountain range and works its way through the rolling hills and valleys of the foothi...  more »
  • My wife and I played Ko'olau Golf Course to celebrate our 40th anniversary. I have fond memories of the course having played it in the past. The pro shop staff was very welcoming. We were told that th...  more »
Google
  • Ughhh! Dirt greens with occasional grass patches. Standing in the fairway, on the back nine which should be closed, with thick weeds and grass up past my ankles....no joke! And the marshal was on the green putting while I was playing the same hole! The pictures on the website are deceiving. Save your hard earned money! Ko'Olina on the other hand....wow! Or Makai in Kauai are the better choices.
  • Played course on 7th September. I booked via Hawaii Tee Times and pro shop stated they had no notification of my requested club hire and complimentary range balls which took some sorting out. Club hire were Callaway X2 Hot BTW which were fine. As other posters have stated, course is in beautiful location and surrounds are amazing. Brutal once you get off fairway, pro shop told me number of lost balls per round normally equals your handicap. I played 12 holes and lost 5 balls so about on par for my 9 handicap. Reason why i only played 12 holes was the course was so wet. Back 9 was unplayable and I gave up after sinking in 3 inches of mud. An on course staffer told me the back 9 had received 80 more inches of rain than front 9 in the last 6 months. I raised my concerns with pro shop and was told i could play the front 9 again. I later wrote to Hawaii Tee Times who to their credit apologised and refunded me in full. I have emailed the course manager twice but have not received a reply. Probably says something about their deceptive and greedy approach. In summary 2 stars for the marvellous scenery and a couple of cracking par 3 on the front 9, but it would pay to check up on course condition and load up on balls ahead of any planned visit.
  • Muddy, greens were slow, forced carries and cart path only on back 9. Views were nice. There are much better courses on Oahu for a better price
  • Great course, very clean and relaxing ask for Carl he was very helpful and knowledgeable. The shop was good and had lots of good gear and really nice shirts.
  • There's a great trail behind the club that goes up to Likeke Falls. It can be a bit rough in some places but the waterfall at the end is a beautiful view and both shallow and safe enough for kids to play in.