Ko'olau Golf Club
18 holes, par 72, 7310 yards. All prices per person and include golf cart rentals & range balls. (Greens aerating September 25, 2017)
Carved out of a magnificent tropical forest, Ko'olau Golf Club is one of the most inspiring golf experiences you will play anywhere in the world. Ko'olau is nestled below Oahu's historic and popular Pali Lookout, and offers breathtaking views of the majestic 2,000-foot-high cliffs of the Ko'olau Mountain Range, cascading waterfalls and calming views of the beautiful windward side of Oahu.
Ko'olau's natural setting provided master golf course architect Dick Nugent the opportunity to create a gem of a golf course that encompasses over 280 acres of spectacular terrain with a scenic 7310 yard, par-72 layout unlike any other in the world.
Considered by many the toughest golf course on the planet, Ko'olau was originally pegged with a slope of 162 from the back tees but later dropped to 152, just three points shy of the maximum value acknowledged in the slope rating system. Due to Ko'olau's alluring scenery and uniqueness it comes as no surprise that it is commonly found at the top of golf course lists created by trusted names in golf such as Golf Magazine and Golf Digest.
|Address: 45-550 Kionaole Road, Kaneohe, Oahu, HI 96744|
|Architect: Dick Nugent||Director of Golf:n/a|
|Open: 1992||Golf Professional: Ken Terao|
|Course Type: 18 hole, par 72||Yardage: 7310/6797/6406/5102|
|Yardage Markers: sprinkler heads||Slope: 152/145/138/129|
|Rating: 75.7/73.5/71.7/72.9||Bunkers: yes|
|Golf Carts: yes||Pull Carts: no|
|Water Holes: yes||Caddies: no|
|Five-somes Policy: yes||Walking: no|
|Dress Code: proper golf attire||Spike Policy: soft spike only|
|GPS Tracking: no||Lessons: yes|
|Club House: yes||Pro Shop: yes|
|Conference Facilities: yes||Banquet Facilities: yes|
|Lodging: no||Showers: no|
|Lockers: no||Rider Fee: $25|
|Practice Green: yes||Driving Range: yes|
|Club Rental: Callaway||Ocean Holes: no|
|Junior Rates: 17 and under $55|
The course has so many signature holes! The par 4 18th could be the hardest finishing hole in Hawaii. We also recommend going to the Black Tee's on hole 15 and hitting a ball from the top.
The course will aerate the greens September 18, 2017.
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