Golf course in Kapolei, Hawaii
Ko Olina Golf Club is one of Golf Digest’s “Top 75 Resort Courses in the U.S.” It is a challenging 18-hole course built in 1990 by renowned golf course architect Ted Robinson. Typical of his designs, Ko Olina Golf Club features exceptional water featured, 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, it s just a short drive from Honolulu and Waikiki.
The Ko Olina clubhouse design symbolized all the aspirations of the resort. Approximately 35,000 feet, the architecture is characterized by its tri-level design and Hawaiian pitched roofs. Broad overhangs and verandas give it an open atmosphere and provides golfers with spectacular views of the course and landscape. In addition to men’s and ladies’ locker rooms; each is equipped with showers, steam rooms and Jacuzzis, the clubhouse includes a comprehensive golf shop, recently voted the top Resort Shop by the Retail Merchants of Hawaii.