You’d be hard pressed to travel the world and find a destination that duplicates the climatic serenity, natural wonder and diverse cultural expression that thrives in abundance on the island of Oahu. A geographic hot spot, both literally and figuratively, Oahu is historically monikered “The Gathering Place.”
Hosting a range of world-class advancements in contemporary hospitality, it’s easy to traverse and appreciate each aspect Oahu has to offer—from the ancient and educational, to the leisurely and recreational.
With its own artistic design—thanks to renowned golf course architect Ted Robinson—and exquisitely manicured appearance, Ko Olina Golf Club welcomes Hawai’i visitors and residents to a day on the links that is sure to impress. Ranked by Golf Digest as one of the “Top 75 Resort Courses in the U.S.,” Ko Olina Golf Club has been the host course for many LPGA and Senior PGA events.
Visually stunning, the 18-hole championship course presents unique water features, multi-tiered greens and spacious palm tree guided fairways. A legend of the course is that of the “Lucky Ladybug.” It’s been said that if she finds her way to your shoulder, it’s best to sweet talk her to your finger and with a gentle breath she’ll be on her way, guiding your ball to the cup.