PAR 4 HCP 17|11Start out your play with a straight Par 4 down the hill. Stay short of the grass bunker in front of the green which will lead to a tricky chip shot.
PAR 4 HCP 1|5The second hole is a short Par 4. Place your drive carefully as the second shot is over two trees to a green that falls off to the right.
PAR 5 HCP 7|1The first Par 5. Keep your drive to the right side of the fairway away from the trees on the left. Second shot is up the hill and again stay to the right for the fairway, slopes to the left.
PAR 3 HCP 5|15Par 3 plays longer than you think. The green slopes to the right.
PAR 5 HCP 9|3Aim your tee shot to the right side of the fairway to avoid a large bunker. Hole five is a small dog left to the left with the green sloping from back to front so stay below the hole.
PAR 4 HCP 3|7Long Par 4 with a wide fairway. Keep your drive to the left as the entire right side borders with out of bounds.
PAR 4 HCP 13|13The shortest Par 4 on the course. This hole we ask that you do not hit a driver because a hook or slice could put your ball into a windshield on Kunia Road.
PAR 3 HCP 11|17Par 3 that plays into the wind. Keep it straight as the driving range is to the right.
PAR 4 HCP 15|9Par 4 up the hill. Keep your drive to the middle as the right fairway is protected by a large tree.
PAR 3 HCP 4|14Par 3 down the hill could be one club less than you normally use for that distance.
PAR 5 HCP 6|4Draw your tee shot around larger tree by the tee box. Second shot needs to be placed straight to keep out of the trees on the left.
PAR 4 HCP 10|8Place your drive to the left to avoid a collection of large trees in the middle of the fairway.
PAR 4 HCP 2|10Par 4 with a blind green. Your drive needs to be straight to stay away from out of bounds on the right or a large hill on the left. Your approach shot should be one or two clubs less as the green is down the hill. Raise the flag when hitting on the green.
PAR 3 HCP 18|18Par 3 down the hill to a large green. Proper club selection is important due to out of bounds in back of green and to the right.
PAR 4 HCP 14|6This is our bell hole. It is a straight tee shot but the green is 90 degrees to the right. The green slopes from back to front, so best to stay below the hole. Don't forget to ring the bell when you move to the green.
PAR 5 HCP 8|2The longest par 5 on the course. Your drive must stay to the right side to stay out of a deep bunker.
The reason the pro tells you to keep your head down is so you can't see him laughing."
- Phyllis Diller
PAR 3 HCP 12|16Keep your tee shot high to stay out of the trees on the right. The far left could end up in a grass bunker with a steep face.
It is good sportsmanship not to pick up lost golf balls while they are still rolling."
- Mark Twain
PAR 4 HCP 16|12The final hole with a gorgeous view of Honolulu, Pearl Harbor, and Diamond Head from the green. Par 4 up the hill places longer than it looks. The green slopes from back to front.
They say that golf is like life, but don't believe them. Golf is more complicated than that."
- Gardner Dickenson