GOLF COURSES IN HAWAII
Here, the Pacific Ocean is your water hazard. Lava fields define
the rough. Play through palm trees and immaculate greens on courses
created by some of the world's best course designers. Keep score as
you follow in the footsteps of some of the best golfers in the world.
The PGA Tour, Champions Tour, and LPGA all make it a point to play
here more than once a year.
Coral Creek Golf Course is a world class 18-hole champion golf
course located 30 - 40 minutes west of Waikiki, on the sunny, leeward
plains area of Oahu, known as Ewa Beach. This Robin Nelson designed,
Par-72, 6,808 yard golf course offers four different teeing areas
for golfers of all skill levels and features Seashore Paspalum turf
from tee-to-green. Acres of rolling manicured fairways, elevated
greens and contrasting coral cliff formations, awaits you. Our signature
10th hole, a par-3 over water, features a 30 ft. cascading water
fall as its back drop, making for a beautiful challenge. Coral Creek
Golf Course is a full service golf facility including: club house,
logo pro-shop, restaurant, locker rooms, driving range off mats,
practice putting greens, bunkers and chipping areas, a roaming beverage
cart and above all, great service.
Designed by golf legend Greg Norman and architect Ted Robinson,
this championship course offers stunning views of mountains and
lush greens, with the ocean in the distance. It offers dramatic
contrast to The Challenge at Manele, with a cooler climate, wooded
slopes, manicured bunkers and terraced water hazards. No other course
offers a more incredible combination of highland terrain, inspired
landscape architecture and range of play challenges.
Hawaii Prince Golf Club. Oahu's only 27 hole course located on
the sunny Ewa plains, just forty minutes from Waikiki. The course
occupies 270 acres with stunning views of the Waianae mountains.
Ninety white sand bunkers and ten lakes protect the 27 manicured
Ko Olina Golf Club is recognized as one of the top resort courses
in the U.S. and offers an experience for all with spectacular water
features, generous fairways and challenging greens. Ko Olina Golf
Club has hosted Champions Tour and LPGA events, including the 2007
LPGA Fields Open. The Ko Olina Golf is a world-class golf academy
and helps golfers of all skill levels learn to play the game better.
Students may choose from clinics, lessons and playing lessons. Academy
facilities include grass driving range, putting greens,the finest
short game practice area on the island along with an award winning
golf shop, ProLink GPS system with yardage, scoring and food and
beverage ordering capabilities and full service locker rooms with
full size lockers, showers, and Jacuzzi. Known as the "Best
19th Hole in Hawaii", Roy's Ko Olina provides Hawaiian Fusion
Cuisine using fresh local ingredients with European sauces and bold
Asian spices. Roy's Ko Olina is open for lunch and dinner.
Nestled between Mount Olomana and the towering Ko'olau lies one
of the most unique and breathtaking golf courses in the world. Carved
from tropical rainforest in the heart of lush Maunawili Valley,
Luana Hills brings together unparalleled natural beauty with a world
class golfing experience.From the mind of legendary golf architect
Pete Dye, Luana Hills is a high risk/high rewards course sure to
delight and inspire golfers of all abilities. Stretching across
a modest 6,595 yards from the back tees, golfers have much to consider
as they tee up before an array of forced carries, bunkers bordered
by railroad ties, par-3s over streams, undulating bent grass, and
fairways that slope off into bunkers and ravines. Luana Hills is
the perfect place for those looking for a quiet escape.
The best of the best in Hawaii golf will make their way to the
Hawaii Prince Golf Club on the sunny Ewa Plains of Oahu to compete
in the 2007 Prince Resorts Hawaii / TaylorMade Hawaii State Open.
From Thursday, November 15, to Sunday, November 18, golfers from
around the state will participate in Hawaii's premier local golfing
event. One talented professional golfer will take home $7,500. This
year's combined purse is set at $60,000.
The Charity Pro-Am event is set for Thursday, November 15th. This
is the second year the Pro-Am is being run as a charity event and
it will benefit the Hawaii State Junior Golf Association (HSJGA)
and the Aloha Section PGA Foundation. There will be a professional
purse for the Pro-Am as well as many fabulous prizes for the amateurs
The tournament proper on November 16th - 18th, is expected to feature
top local professionals such as defending champion Tom Eubank as
well as other top local pros David Ishii, Kevin Carll and John Lynch
in the championship field. Also playing are some of the top amateurs
in the state like Brandan Kop, Henry Park and Bradley Shigezawa.
Top senior professionals will include the defending champion Leland
Lindsay, seven time senior champion Dean Prince and 2006 Senior
Player of the Year Ron Kiaaina Jr.
Traditionally Hawaii's last tournament of the year, the Hawaii
State Open also is one of Hawaii's oldest tournaments. The Hawaii
State Open was launched in 1974 as a revival of the original Hawaiian
Open, which became the stop for the PGA Tour in 1965, held at the
Waialae Country Club. The Hawaiian Open began in the 1920s and was
a fitting championship that determined the best golfer in the Islands.
Many great players from the mainland were invited to compete and
did so for more than 30 years.
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