Drawing more visitors than any other Hawaiian island, O'ahu is a place of colorful contrasts: It is home to the nation's 11th largest metropolitan area, Honolulu, while still being ringed by more than 100 world-renowned beaches. The island is usually divided into four areas, each reflecting its own unique history, geography and identity: Honolulu, the Leeward Side, the Windward Side and the North Shore. read more »
Fast-paced by Island standards, Honolulu still generates a small-town feeling with its ethnic communities, pleasant parks and beaches. Protected from heavy winds by the Ko'olau mountain range, the city's temperate climate is the perfect backdrop for a seemingly endless list of activities. Here, any diversion under the sun - wet or dry - is possible. In addition to water sports, the many restaurants, galleries, clubs, museums, arboretums and the 'Iolani Palace — the only royal palace in the United States - comprise more than enough activities for any itinerary. And with hundreds of retail stores offering everything from designer goods to "Made in Hawai'i" products, Hawai'i is also known as the shopping mecca of the Pacific. O'ahu is Hawaii's "Gathering Place"
Once the royal playground of Kamehameha, Honolulu and environs are now places to be enjoyed by everyone. And of course, just a few minutes from downtown Honolulu is the world-famous resort, Waikiki. With its attractions such as the Honolulu Zoo and Waikiki Aquarium, activities from golf and outrigger canoe rides to historical walking tours, and people who share the Aloha spirit, Waikiki is truly life's greatest beach.
The Leeward Coast roughly takes in the area west of Honolulu, from Pearl Harbor to Ka'ena Point. Island trade winds drop their moisture on Oahu's interior, leaving this part of the island somewhat drier. Visitors can make a trip to historic Pearl Harbor and see the Arizona Memorial, which was erected after the attack on the U.S. fleet in 1941. Makaha Beach, with its international surfing competitions, is also a popular attraction further up the Sunset Coast.
One-third of the State's best surfing beaches are on O'ahu, and no place in Hawai'i can lay claim to more pulse-quickening rides than the North Shore. Here visitors can watch the world's top surfers take on nature's most powerful waterworks at spots such as Sunset Beach and the Banzai Pipeline. Other noteworthy places to visit include idyllic Waimea Valley and the Polynesian Cultural Center, where the traditions of the Pacific Island peoples are brought to life.
The Windward Side of O'ahu is the flipside of Honolulu — slower and with fewer attractions, but with a "mana" or spirit, all its own. Near Ha'iku Valley, visitors will encounter the Byodo-In Buddhist temple with its serene Japanese gardens. At Kalanai Point, travelers can enjoy one of the Island's most appealing parks, Malaekahana State Recreation Area.
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|COURSE NAME & LINK||PAR||YARDAGE||FEE||CONTACT|
|Ala Wai Golf Course||70||5861||$15-$52||(808) 733-7387|
|Barbers Point Golf Course||72||6394||Military||(808) 682-1911|
|Bayview Golf Links||60||3399||$24-$48||(808) 247-0451|
|Coral Creek Golf Course||72||6808||$70-$140||(808) 441-4653|
|Ewa Beach Golf Club||72||6541||$95-$160||(808) 689-6565|
|Ewa Villages Golf Course||73||6455||$15-$52||(808) 681-0220|
|Hawaii Country Club||72||5910||$55-$85||(808) 621-5654|
|Hawaii Kai Championship Golf Course||72||6614||$70-$110||(808) 395-2358|
|Hawaii Kai Executive Golf Course||54||2223||$38.50-$43.50||(808) 395-2358|
|Hawaii Prince Golf Club||72||7255||$57-$160||(808) 944-4567|
|Hickam - Kealohi Golf Course||27||1435||Military||(808) 448-2318|
|Hickam - Mamala Bay Golf Course||72||6868||Military||(808) 449-2525|
|Honolulu Country Club||72||6552||Members Only||(808) 441-9428|
|Kahuku Golf Course||70||5398||$15-$52||(808) 293-5842|
|Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course||72||6528||Military||(808) 254-2107|
|Kapolei Golf Course||72||7001||$150-$160||(808) 674-2227|
|Ko Olina Golf Course||72||6450||$129-$189||(808) 676-5300|
|Koolau Golf Course||72||7310||$80-$130||(808) 236-4653|
|Leilehua Golf Course||72||6916||Military||(808) 655-4653|
|Makaha Golf Club||72||7077||Under Renovation||(808) 695-9544|
|Makaha Valley Country Club||71||6369||$65-$85||(808) 695-7111|
|Mid-Pacific Country Club||72||6792||Members Only||(808) 262-8161|
|Mililani Golf Club||72||6455||$75-$99||(808) 623-2222|
|Moanalua Golf Club||36||3062||$45||(808) 839-2311|
|Navy-Marine Golf Course||72||6771||Military||(808) 471-0142|
|New Ewa Beach Golf Club||72||6541||$95-$140||(808) 689-8351|
|Oahu Country Club||71||6041||Members Only||(808) 595-6331|
|Olomana Golf Links||72||6309||$80-$95||(808) 259-7926|
|Pali Golf Course||72||6524||$15-$52||(808) 266-7612|
|Pearl Country Club||72||6787||$50-$130||(808) 487-3802|
|Royal Hawaiian Golf Club||72||6595||$125||(808) 262-2139|
|Royal Kunia Country Club||72||7007||$70-$150||(808) 688-9222|
|Ted Makalena Golf Course||71||5976||$15-$52||(808) 675-6052|
|Turtle Bay Resort — Fazio Course||72||6769||$60-$155||(808) 293-8574|
|Turtle Bay Resort — Palmer Course||72||7218||$90-$240||(808) 293-8574|
|Waialae Country Club||70||7068||Members Only||(808) 734-2151|
|Waikele Golf Club||72||6663||$60-$130||(808) 676-9000|
|Walter Nagorski Golf Course||34||2837||Military||(808) 438-9587|
|West Loch Golf Course||72||6335||$15-$52||(808) 675-6076|