Kapolei Golf Club
Kapolei Golf Club is a golf journey that will test and charm the best Champions Tour player.
Amateur golfers will revel in following the footsteps of great champions such as Greg Norman and Annika Sorenstam at Kapolei, which hosted the LPGA Tour’s Ladies Hawaiian Open from 1996 to 2001. Designed by architect Ted Robinson, best known for Sahalee Country Club, Kapolei is highly regarded for its magnificent beauty, floral gardens and strategic golf holes. Meandering over 190 rolling acres of a former sugar cane plantation, Kapolei’s elevated greens, 80 bunkers and five lakes provide delightful tactical challenges. Kapolei is highly regarded, rating 4 1/2 stars out of five on Golf Digest’s Places to Play listing and earning the Honolulu Star Advertiser’s People’s Choice Award as “Best Course on Oahu” in 2010.