Here is a list of Three of the "Must Play" golf courses on the Hawaiian Island Of Oahu. Hawaii is full of fantastic golf courses but here is a list of three of the most famous, renowned and unique golf clubs that everybody should play while visiting Oahu, Hawaii. Hawaii Golf clubs are listed in alphabetical order.
Located on the west coast of the island at the Ko Olina resort, the Ted Robinson designed Ko Olina Golf Club is one of the few resort courses located on Oahu. The par-72 layout features generous landing areas, multi-tiered greens, cascading waterfalls and a picturesque ocean location.
Considered by many the toughest golf course on the planet, carved through a mountainside jungle the course is as beautiful as it is difficult, featuring winding ravines, extreme elevation changes, dense jungle, and stunning views of cascading waterfalls. Ko'olau can commonly be found in the top golf course lists created by Golf Magazine and other trusted names in golf.
People in the know, From Golf Digest to the Champions Tour to the LPGA Tour to the Hawaii State Open to Golf Channel’s The Big Break, those who make their living seeking out the world’s best golf destinations have consistently chosen Turtle Bay on Oahu. Acres of breathtaking coastline. Two championship courses. One Turtle Bay. The Turtle Bay Palmer Course, designed by Arnold Palmer, is the more challenging offerings of the Resort and plays to a yardage of just over 7200 yards from the back tees. With the beautiful setting of its location is heavily influenced by nature’s elements. The Turtle Bay Fazio Course, considered the more playable of the two Turtle Bay Courses, was designed by George Fazio and features generous fairways and a length of just over 6700 from the back tees. The greens are not nearly as guarded as it’s sister course, and can be enjoyed by players of all levels.