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The team at Hawaii Prince Golf Course as consistently helpful throughout our annual Swing for Wishes golf tournament. We are there all day and into the night. Everything from the grounds to the food in the evening are top rate.
Looking forward to the next...More
This was the first course I played in Hawaii and it was a little disappointing. The course is showing it's age. It is reminiscent of the 1970's vintage muni courses. Flat, wide open, not too many interesting holes. It did offer transport to and from...More
I play this course several times a year. During my recent visit, the greens were in poor condition, especially the greens on B course. The course has been trying to change to paspalum greens, but did so the cheapest possible way. They sprigged the existing...More
This 27 hole golf course is relatively flat with no character. Par 3 holes play about the same, 140 to 160 yards long. Par 4s and Par 5s are straight some with slight doglegs, either playing into the wind or with the wind. There are...More
This is a nice course. Green fee for out of state visitor is $99. We played the C and A courses (B was closed). We found C more scenic. Water came into play on most holes although not a serious threat. We found the course...More
Great value for money, tees and greens were excellent, good day out and fantastic service from Ken in the shop, I would play there again, see you next time. I had great companion in Eddie from San Francisco. Aussie Noel
This resort style course try's hard to impress from the moment you turn into the long driveway. The core of any course however is the quality of the turf, tee to green inclusive. I played the B and C nines today and to be honest,...More
I rated this course a year ago. Unfortunately, nothing has changed. The weed infestation on the greens is not thwarted until it becomes an immense problem. When, the course belatedly gets around to weed eradication, the greens end up pot marked from dying weeds.