Replete with verdant hillsides and fast greens, Oahu Country Club's 18-hole course is as challenging as it is beautiful. Designed by William Bell and known as "The Grand Dame" among golf courses in Hawaii, the course's dynamic changes in slope, elevation and wind direction demand thoughtful club selection and execution to the letter.
Measurements, Scoring & Yardage
Construction of the Club's golf course began in August of 1906, and a formal opening of the initial 2,813 yard nine-hole layout was held on April 27, 1907. In September of 1913, the second nine holes of the course were completed, coronating its status as an 18-hole course. This new full-length course was scored as a par 61, with eleven par threes and seven par fours, and measured approximately 4,380 yards. Over the years, extensive projects and improvements have added to the course's length as well as the ability to help maintain its spectacular condition. The course's current length and score is 6,041 yards and par 71, respectively.
Club golf amenities include competitive merchandise pricing, a driving range, and short game practice areas for chipping, pitching, and putting. Private lessons, complementary golf clinics, club re-gripping and access to TrackMan launch monitors are also available upon inquiry.