Are you interested in golfing in Oahu, Hawaii? Below is the list of all popular golf courses with golf course descriptions, addresses and contact numbers. 

Ala Wai Golf Course – one of the most popular golf courses on Oahu. Golfers who want to fit in a quick round of 9 or 18 holes can count on the Ala Wai to offer one of the fastest rounds in the state, and it’s conveniently located just on the edge of Waikiki. Noted as the first municipal course on the island, this golf course offers sweeping views of Diamond Head and the Koolau Mountain Range from all 18 holes, and recent renovations have greatly enhanced all areas of play.

Address: 404 Kapahulu Avenue, Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Phone: (808) 733-7387
Price range: $40 – $50

Bay View Golf Course – small executive golf course located in Kaneohe (the windward side of the island) This golf course was reopened in early 1997 after a much needed expansion. The golf course is predominantly flat, but there are some mounds that will cause uneven lies. There are two ponds and a stream that come into play on three holes. Both the course and driving range are lit for night play. The driving range is covered and also multi-level.

Address: 45-285 Kaneohe Bay Dr., Kaneohe, Oahu, HI 96744
Phone: (808) 247-0451
Price range: $60 – $70

Coral Creek Golf Club – 18-hole world-class championship golf course. Coral Creek Golf Course offers golfers one of the most unique and beautiful pieces of land. You will find your every need catered to from the moment you enter the drive. From bag drop to country club service, you will find every detail has been taken care of to provide you with the most enjoyable visit. Combined with a world-class golf course layout, Coral Creek is one of the finest golf experiences in the world.

Address: 91-1111 Geiger Rd. Ewa Beach, HI 96706
Phone: (808) 441-GOLF
Price range: $120

Ewa Villages Golf Course – this golf course is considered to be the most heavily played public course on Oahu. Beautiful scenery is equipped with many hazards for challenging golf. Water hazards come into play on almost every hole. Bunkers are spread throughout the gof course and also prove to be a consistent obstacle. Some fairways have dogleg configurations, but most of them play straight and are lined with mature trees. Carts are mandatory.

Address: 91-1760 Park Row, Ewa Beach, HI 96706
Phone: (808) 681-0033
Price range: $10 – $50

Hawaii Country Club – Hawaii Country Club was opened in 1958. As the name “Hawaii Country Club” suggests, it is the oldest public course on the island of Oahu. The view from the course is magnificent and has left a deep impression on many players. From many spots within the 18-hole golf course, one can see Pearl Harbor and further away in the distance is Diamond Head and the high-rises in Downtown Honolulu. Although the greens may not be very fast (except at the newly renovated 16th and 17th holes), please do watch out for the slopes.

Address: 94-1211 Kunia Road, Wahiawa, HI 96786
Phone: (808) 622-1744
Price range: $30 – $50

Hawaii Kai Golf Course – With a Championship Course and an Executive Course , Hawaii Kai Golf Course is located in East Honolulu, 13 miles from Waikiki. While golfing, the Pacific Ocean can be seen from every hole. On clear days, enjoy a view of Maui and Molokai. In the winter months, whales can be seen spouting water on their way to waters off Maui to give birth. Beginners as well as advanced golfers find the tropical winds blowing from the ocean not only pleasant but challenging, making both courses enjoyable to play.

Address: 8902 Kalanianaole Hwy, Honolulu, Hawaii 96825
Phone: (808) 395-2358
Price range: $50 – $100

Hawaii Prince Golf Club – Located on the sunny side of Oahu (Ewa Plain), this golf course is just about 40 minutes west of the Hawaii Prince Hotel. This unique gem boasts 27 spectacular holes… the only course of its kind in the Hawaiian Islands. The golf course occupies 270 acres and offers stunning views of the rain carved Waianae mountains. Ninety white sand bankers and ten captivating lakes protect the 27 manicured greens. Verdant fairways encourage golfers to take their best shot. Three nine hole layouts create a variety of playing experiences for golfers of all skill levels. Golf carts are required and are included in the greens fees

Address: 91-1200 Ft. Weaver Road, Ewa Beach, HI, 96706
Phone: (808) 944-4567
Price range: $130 – $140

Kahuku Golf Course – this nine-hole links golf course located in the community of Kahuku on the North Shore of Oahu. There is no driving range and the fairways are normally very dry. Can be a real challenge when the wind blows. 40 miles from downtown Honolulu and approximately a 75 minute drive from Waikiki.

Address: 56-501 Kamehameha Highway, 96731
Phone: (808) 293-5842
Price range: $15 – $25

Kapolei Golf Club – this beautiful 18 hole golf course was the home of the 1996-2001 LPGA Ladies Hawaiian Open and was rated as one of the best glf courses on Oahu by both Golf Digest Magazine & the Zagat Survey. The course features five strategically placed lakes, 72 bunkers, undulated fairways, and elevated greens, providing a challenging and enjoyable round for both men and women of varying skills. Kapolei Golf Course features the world’s most advanced golf course management, distancing, and communication system.

Address: 91-701 Farrington Highway, 96707
Phone: (808) 674-2173
Price range: $130 – $135

Ko Olina Golf Club – recognized as one of Oahu’s premier golf courses offers a challenging 18-hole championship course with exceptional water features, multi-tiered greens, and no parallel fairways. Opened in January 1991, the 35,000 square foot clubhouse is characterized by its tri-level design and Hawaiian pitched roofs. Broad overhangs and verandas give the clubhouse an open atmosphere and provide golfers with spectacular views of the golf course and the landscape. The clubhouse features Niblick Restaurant, The Bridge Bar, and an award winning golf shop.

Address: 92-1220 Aliinui Drive, Kapolei, Hawaii 96707
Phone: (808) 676-5300
Price range: $150 – $155

Ko’olau Golf Club – is a beautiful 18-hole golf course nestled at the foot of the historic and popular Pali Lookout. This golf course has the highest slope rating in the U.S. and many golfers believe that it’s the most difficult golf course in the nation. Named the “#1 Golf Course” on Oahu by Golf Digest, Ko’olau golf course is considered the “World’s Most Challenging Golf Course” from the back tees.

Address: 45-550 Kionaole Rd, Kaneohe, Oahu, HI 96744
Phone: (808) 236-4653
Price range: $108-$220

Royal Hawaiian Golf Club – Nestled between Mount Olomana and the towering Ko’olau lies one of the most unique and breathtaking 18-hole golf courses in the world. 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. The course’s signature hole is set deep in the verdant rainforest along Maunawili Stream. From elevated tees, golfers reach for the green past shooting fountains. Driving range, practice bunker, and green.

Address: 770 Auloa Road, Kailua, HI 96734
Phone: (808) 262-2139
Price range: $115 – $120

Makaha Valley Country Club – a beautiful public golf course that features an abundance of water, especially on the 3rd hole, with a couple of small lakes right at a 90-degree dogleg. The signature hole is #17, a 204-yard, par 3, featuring a “postage stamp-sized” green and sand bunkers on both sides. Facilities include driving range, practice greens, club rental, and clubhouse with restaurant.

Address: 84-627 Makaha Valley Rd., Waianae, Oahu, HI 96792
Phone: (808) 695-9578
Price range: $55 – $65

Mililani Golf Club – Since opening in 1966, the par 72, 6,455-yard Mililani Golf Club has established itself as one of Hawaii’s finest golf experiences. Nestled on a plateau, with the Waianae Mountains and the Ko’olau Mountains stretching away in the distance, Mililani Golf Club provides a “get away from it all” feeling of remoteness. The course beautifully carves its way through Norfolk Pines, Eucalyptus Trees, African Tulips trees, and lush Hawaii foliage.

Address: 95-176 Kuahelani Avenue, Mililani, HI 96789
Phone: (808) 623-2222
Price range: $85 – $90

Moanalua Golf Club – this semi-private 9-hole golf course was built in 1898, making it the oldest course in the state of Hawaii. There are two elevated greens and the 8th hole is a 208-yard par three, featuring a steep downhill tee shot to the green, with a water hazard all along the right side and crossing in front of the tee.

Address: 1250 Ala Aolani Street, Honolulu, HI 96819
Phone: (808) 839-2311
Price range: $38 – $43

Ewa Beach Golf Club Hawaii – semi-private 18-hole golf course, tucked away in a forest of Kiawe trees. The signature hole on this course is #13, a 187-yard, par 3, requiring a tee shot into the wind and over water. Greens fees (cart mandatory): Kamaaina rate $48 weekdays, $55 weekends.

Address: 91-050 Fort Weaver Rd., Ewa Beach, Oahu, HI 96706
Phone: (808) 689-6565
Price range: $50 – $100

Olomana Golf Club – this golf course is ideally located in the beautiful Windward community of Waimanalo, a scenic 20 minute drive from Waikiki. Olomana Golf Links features an 18 hole, par 72 golf course that provides unparalleled vistas of the Ko’olau Mountain Range, challenging holes accented by inviting water hazards, cavernous sand traps, undulating topographical conditions and several signature holes. There are two distinctly different nines, each equally challenging. The front nine features level fairways with a formidable water hazard at each hole. The back nine’s irregular rolling hills are stippled with sand bunkers. Their signature 8th hole’s elevated tee overlooks a cavernous water hazard which leads to a well guarded green.

Address: 41-1801 Kalanianaole Highway • Waimanalo, Hawaii 96795
Phone: (808) 259-7926
Price range: $50 – $100

Pali Golf Course – this municipal 18-hole golf course has relatively few sand traps and no ponds, although a stream winds through part of the layout and creates natural water hazards on holes 5, 12, 13, and 14. A picturesque and challenging hillside course located on the Windward side of Oahu along the foothills of the Koolau mountain range. Scenic views of the mountains and Kaneohe Bay. Seven miles from downtown Honolulu and approximately a 30 minute drive from Waikiki hotels.

Address: 45-050 Kamehameha Highway, Kaneohe, Hawaii 96744
Phone: (808) 266-7610
Price range: $45 – $50

Pearl Country Club – One of the finest Golf Courses on Oahu, Pearl Country Club has been in operation since 1967. Just 20 minutes from Waikiki, this challenging 18-hole golf course is complimented by a breathtaking panoramic view of Pearl Harbor. Graced with stately trees of many varieties this course challenges all golfers with its varied terrain. Driving range and practice putting greens are open daily to the general public. Golf carts are required and rental fees are included in your green fees.

Address: 98-535 Kaonohi Street, Aiea, Hawaii 96701
Phone: (808) 487-3802
Price range: $95 – $110

Royal Kunia Country Club – one of the best golf courses in Hawaii! Opened to the public on April 5, 2003. This 18-hole golf course offers panoramic views of Diamond Head, Pearl Harbor and both mountain ranges. Situated only 35 minutes from Waikiki, the course plays from 4,945 to 7,007-yards, and offers four sets of tees to challenge a variety of handicaps and skill levels. There are 101 bunkers, so navigating the layout requires both power and precision.

Address: 94-1509 Anonui St., Waipahu, Hawaii 96797
Phone: (808) 688-9222
Price range: $100 – $125

Turtle Bay Resort Golf Club – Arnold Palmer Course – Site of the PGA TOUR Champion’s Tour Turtle Bay Championship, The Arnold Palmer Course is an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay. The unique Hawaii golf course was created for any caliber of golfer to enjoy. When played from the Palmer (black) tees, the course will offer a stern challenge to the best players in the world. However, there are five sets of tees on each hole, and in some cases, six. Five Tees Length: 4,851 – 7,199 yards

Address: 57-091 Kamehameha Highway Kahuku, Oahu, Hawaii 96731
Phone: (808) 293-8574
Price range: $110 – $300

Turtle Bay Resort Golf Club – George Fazio Course – The George Fazio Course has hosted the LPGA Tour’s Hawaiian Open and was the site of the first Senior Skins Game, which included Arnold Palmer, Chi Chi Rodriguez, Gary Player and Sam Sneed. The course, George Fazio’s only golf course in Hawaii, features generous fairways, deep bunkers and immaculately sculpted greens. Three Tees Length: 5,355 – 6,535 yards

Address: 57-091 Kamehameha Highway Kahuku, Oahu, Hawaii 96731
Phone: (808) 293-8574
Price range: $110 – $300

Waialae Country Club – is a private 18-hole golf course located just outside Kahala Mandarin hotel. This golf course plays host to the PGA Tour Sony Open each year. The 7,020-yard, par-70 private course opened in 1927 and was designed by Seth Raynor.

Address: 4997 Kahala Ave, Honolulu, HI 96816
Phone: (808) 732-1457
Price range: $150 – $300

Waikele Country Club – this 18-hole golf course provides challenges and enjoyment to players of all skill levels from beginner to pro through the use of water features and special topography. Surrounding the course are spectacular views of Diamond Head, Pearl Harbor, and the Ko’olau and Waianae mountains. Beautiful water features, rolling fairways, undulating Bermuda greens and strategically placed bunkers round out Waikele’s unique design features

Address: 94-200 Paida Place – Waipahu, HI 96797
Price range: $100 – $125