Ko Olina Golf Course

Home of the LPGA Lotte Championship

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Ted Robinson
Awards & Accolades:
Top 75 Resort Courses

Ko Olina Golf Club, one of Golf Digest’s “Top 75 Resort Courses in the U.S.” is a challenging 18-hole Oahu golf course built in 1990 by renowned course architect Ted Robinson. Typical of his designs, Ko Olina Golf Club features exceptional water features, multi-tiered greens, large landing areas, and a moderate length which makes it perfect for beginners and experts alike. Located on the sunny West Coast of Oahu, just a short drive from Honolulu and Waikiki, Ko Olina Golf Club is also home to the LPGA LOTTE Championship.


This course is awesome. Great time, great folks working there. Condition of course i thought was great, Tough track. Worth it.
Excellent and courteous staff. Not a spectacular course layout, but is in impeccable condition. Design is very conscientious of the trade winds, and offers forgiveness off the tee. Rental clubs we're the only disappointment. Top of the line Taylor Made's, but only 12 clubs and no options for different wedges, long irons, or hybrids (longest iron was 5 iron). Better players are going to want to bring their own clubs, or rent from somewhere else that has more options, especially considering needing to play a lower ball flight. Overall, excellent experience.
Great course, wide fairways. Pin locations make things challenging. Staff very friendly!
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