Ko'olau Golf Club




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TEE TIMES

 From 6:45 am - 11:45 am

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 which is just three points shy of the maximum value acknowledged in the slope rating system. 

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.  Because of it’s unique blend of demanding design and jaw dropping scenery, Ko'olau can commonly be found in the top golf course lists created by Golf Magazine and other trusted names in golf.

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.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • 18 holes par 72
  • Architect: Dick Nugent
  • Yardage: 7310/6797/6406/5102
  • Rating: 75.7/73.5/71.7/72.9
  • Slope: 152/145/138/129

WHAT IS INCLUDED

  • Green fees
  • Golf cart rental

WHAT TO BRING

Golf Clubs (rentals are also available at the course)

 

GOOD TO KNOW

Proper golf attire is required, collared shirts and soft spike only

 

CHECK IN LOCATION

Ko'olau Golf Club - 45-550 Kionaole Road, Kaneohe, Oahu, HI 96744

 

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