Hawaii Walkability Ratings

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Course Name Type City State
Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course Public Maui HI
Kapalua Golf Club – Plantation Course Semi-Private Maui HI
Ko’olau Golf Club Public Oahu HI
Ko’Olina Golf Club Resort Oahu HI
Kauai Lagoons Public Kauai HI
Links at Kuilima Resort Oahu HI
Makena North and South Golf Courses Public Maui HI
Makena North and South Golf Courses Public Maui HI
Mauna Kea Golf Course Resort Big Island HI
Mid-Pacific Country Club Private Oahu HI
Nanea Private Kailua-Kona HI
Princeville Resort – Makai Course Resort Kauai HI
Princeville Resort – Prince Course Resort Kauai HI
Puakea GC Public Kauai HI
The Challenge at Manele Semi-Private Lanai HI
The Experience at Koele Semi-Private Lanai HI
Waikoloa Beach Club – Kings Course Resort Big Island HI
Wailua Municipal Golf Course Public Kauai HI

5 Comments

RE Culvyhouse
May 28, 2013 1:31 pm — Reply to this comment

Walking golf is my essence. Cut down to a set of 10 (60’s and 70’s forged). Find yours…

Connor Dougherty
December 20, 2012 2:30 am — Reply to this comment

I’m proud to report that the Makai Course at Princeville IS walkable. In fact, it is a very easy course to walk. I’d give it a green or yellow rating for sure

Steve D
December 9, 2011 4:16 pm — Reply to this comment

Mr. Morita’s comments above are correct; Ko’olau is not really a walking course. It is a course similar to Princeville-Prince (RTJones Jr) on Kauai. Along with Royal Hawaiian (Pete Dye) on Oahu, the three courses are difficult jungle courses with ravines, forced carries and some extended stretches between holes and within holes. As such, all are essentially unwalkable, except in special circumstances. Interesting to play and certainly memorable, but not for walking. Where is the input section of this website? There are good walking courses in Hawaii; would be nice to submit those for consideration and discussion.

John

Rating for Ko'olau will be changed within the next day. Feel free to list any other courses right here as a reply. Sorry for the long delay in responding.

Clyde Morita
November 9, 2010 1:05 pm — Reply to this comment

Someone must be joking about the Koolau golf course rating. I golf there every week, and it is definitely not easy to walk. Even the juniors walk 9 holes, not the eighteen. The course is hilly, with ups and downs, its usually slippery and soft, because of the amount of rain, and the distances between greens and the next tee box is not close, in many cases.

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