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How much does it cost to play golf in Hawaii?

Green Fees – 18 Hole Courses

How much does it cost to play golf in Hawaii?

Green Fees – 18 Hole Courses

Person with Resident Golf ID Card Person without Resident Golf ID Card
Weekend or Holiday $15.00 $43.00
Weekday $13.00 $43.00

How do you get a tee time at Ala Wai golf course?

  1. ONLINE RESERVATIONS ARE AVAILABLE.
  2. Please Visit:
  3. Those With Golf ID Cards Need to Register with.
  4. For Resident Access.
  5. Those With Out A Golf ID Card May Register.
  6. On The Website Itself for 3 Day Access.
  7. Same Day Reservations And Cancellations.
  8. Are Available Online.

What does it cost to golf on Maui?

Playing Fees – Green Fees – Golf

Rates – Weekday Daily Twilight *
Resident $ 23.00 $ 11.50
Military $ 29.00 $ 14.50
Retirees $ 15.00 $ 7.50
Hawaii Resident $ 35.00 $ 17.50

Does the Ala Wai Golf Course have a driving range?

The Ala Wai Golf Course Driving Range is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information on the First Tee program, click here.

How many acres is Ala Wai golf course?

150 acres
Ala Wai remains crazy, in so many ways. Built on 150 acres that was the site of the Territorial Fairgrounds, the municipal course boasts views of Diamond Head, the Koolaus and Waikiki.

Where is best golf course in Hawaii?

The Best Golf Courses in Hawaii

  • (1) Nanea G.C. (pictured), Kailua-Kona.
  • (6) Manele G. Cse., Lanai City, Lanai ^
  • (2) Kapalua (Plantation), Maui ^ ≈
  • (3) Kuki’o G. & Beach Club, Kailua-Kona.
  • (4) Mauna Kea G. Cse., Kohala Coast ^ ≈
  • (5) The C.
  • (7) Kohanaiki Golf & Ocean Club, Kailua-Kona.
  • (8) The Club at Kukui’ula, Koloa, Kauai.

How much does it cost to play a round of golf at Kapalua?

The Plantation Course is $395 (plus tax) and comes with a shared cart fee. If you’re staying at Kapalua Resort the rate drops down to $365. If you wanted a cheaper option at the resort, The Bay Course at Kapalua is $235 standard or $215 for resort guests. (Click here for more info on rates.)

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