The Royal Hawaiian Golf Club, formerly known as Luana Hills Country Club, has 18 holes, par 72 and 6595 yards. All prices per person include golf cart rental.
Perhaps the most beautiful golf course on Oahu, the Royal Hawaiian Golf Club is a one-of-a-kind creation, sculpted by Pete/Perry Dye Design in 1994. It is situated only 20 minutes from Honolulu in the Ko’olau Mountains,
Located in the back of beautiful Maunawili Valley on the windward side of Oahu, the Royal Hawaiian Golf Club is the first course in Hawaii designed by Perry Dye and his famous brother, Pete – one of the most accomplished golf architects in America. The Dye brothers made sure to incorporate many of their trademark design features, including a variety of forced carries off the tee, bunkers bordered by railroad ties, par-3’s over water to island greens, and fairways that fall off steeply into bunkers and ravines. The Royal Hawaiian Golf Club is set in awesome natural surroundings beneath the deep green folds of the Ko’olau Mountains. The front nine plays across the lower slopes of Mount Olomana, while the back nine wends its way through a tropical rainforest with dramatic changes in elevation. Local residences refer to it as “Jurassic Park” because there are few signs of civilization, only the surrounding forest and the mountain peaks overhead.
The signature hole at Royal Hawaiian Golf Club is the hole 2 Par 3. Don’t miss the exquisite pond on the signature 2ndhole, deep in this verdant paradise.