The only thing this course has going for it, is that it has great views. My husband and I showed up for our tee time only to discover that there was no driving range! They don't tell you that when you book your tee time. This course has apparently changed hands and is in a transitional phase. The club house was shut down, no beverage cart and the golf carts are very old. Breaks were so warn out, you never sure if you will be able to stop! We witnessed one golfer run right into the bushes becasue he could not stop.The score card did not provide a hole layout, nor did the tee box have hole layout information, which made club selection very difficult. Many of the shots were blind shots, with no hole layout you had no idea which club to use. During our 18 holes there were only 3 other groups. It appears that this course was designed with the intention of being a golf course community and no homes were ever built. I'm not sure what's going on, but I felt ripped off. This course should be $50 at most, and they are charging $125 ($85 golf now). There are to many other courses in Oahu to waist your money here. Go to Ko Olina, or turtle bay. A little further drive, but worth it. I spoke with the conceige at the Ritz after playing this course and told them they should not be sending their guest to The Royal Hawaiin. It would not surprise me if this place does not shut down. Be aware if you do play here, They will not tell you about the driving range, the club house, lack of beverage cart and the very unprofessional scorecard.
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