We now offer free transportation to Kapolei Golf Course with a minimum of 2 players before Twilight.
Located west of Pearl Harbor, in Sunny Kapolei, Oahu's second city, the par-72 championship layout is beautifully landscaped with floral gardens, thousands of coconut palms and five expansive lakes. Architect Ted Robinson, who is known for his creative use of water, moved massive amounts of dirt to create the lakes and to provide elevation and contouring for the course. The beautiful lakes come into play on 12 holes and in addition to being aesthetically pleasing, serve an important environmental function, catching storm run-off from the surrounding terrain.
Kapolei measures 7,001 yards from the back tees but with multiple tee positions the course can be enjoyed by all levels of golfers. More than 80 bunkers, elevated greens, and gently contoured fairways add to the challenge of this award winning course.
Having been rated as one of the best courses on Oahu by both Golf Digest Magazine and the Zagat Survey, this par-72 Ted Robinson design also played host to the LPGA's Hawaiian Ladies Open Tournament between 1996-2001 and for the last few years the Champions Tour Pacific Links Open.(Every October) 2014 winner was Paul Goydos who shot -19 to win the tournament.
The course is located about 24 miles west of Waikiki, Kapolei golf course features five strategically placed lakes, a myriad of bunkers, rolling fairways, and elevated greens, providing a challenging and enjoyable round for both men and women of varying skills.
We also offer free transportation to Ko Olina Golf Club with no minimum golfers in the morning and a minimum of 2 golfers at twilight.
Ko Olina has been recognized by Golf Digest as one of the "Top 75 Resort Courses in the U.S.A.". The course includes 16 water features on 8 different holes, multi-tiered greens and well-manicured fairways. Ko Olina will challenge golfers to use every club in the bag with its demanding par 3's, well bunkered greens and gentle trade winds.
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. From the back tees Ko Olina measures 6,867 yards and is superbly maintained, with wide fairways and well-bunkered, multi-tiered greens.
The 170-acre), par-72 golf course opened in January 1990, hosting the LPGA Tour's Hawaiian Ladies Open from 1990 to 1995, the Senior PGA Tour's Ko Olina Senior Invitational in 1992 and the Fields Open in Hawaii from 2006 to 2008. Women's professional golf returned in April 2012 with the inaugural LPGA Lotte Championship, won by Ai Miyazato. This year's winner (2014) was Hawaii's own Michelle Wie.
We also offer transportation to Hawaii Prince Golf Club for an extra charge.
Designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, this unique course boasts 27 dramatic holes - the only golf course of its kind in Hawaii. It occupies 270 acres of sheer beauty and offers stunning views of the rain-carved Waianae mountains.
Located about 40 minutes from Waikiki on the Ewa Plains, Hawaii Prince facility features 27 holes. Each of the 9’s are designated A, B or C, and the abundant number of water features is the dominant characteristic of this track. Within the property of the golf course there are 10 lakes, which come in to play in over half of the holes.
In addition to its 27 holes the Hawaii Prince Golf Club sports an excellent practice facility and features a full service clubhouse with a terrific restaurant. Hawaii Tee Times also offers 2 shuttle service drop offs daily to the course.