Unique to all of the Aloha State, the Arnold Palmer- and Ed Seay-designed Hawaii Prince Golf Club offers three interchangeable nines to play out various 18-hole combinations. Long, verdant fairways are home to 90 white sand bunkers, 10 lakes and panoramic views of the Waianae Mountain Range in Waikiki.
Although it is the least challenging of combinations, water hazards, sand bunkers and mounding strategically placed throughout the golf course, give this combo plenty of personality.
The last hole on the B course will challenge you right up until the end; after negotiating the trade winds on this par 4 with water to the left, front and right of the tee, you'll be ready for a cocktail and a pupu platter at the Bird of Paradise Restaurant
That final par 4 hole on the B course will make you work to get to C at Hawaii Prince Golf Club, where water hazards come into play 10 times throughout this combo course. The closing holes of B and opening ones of C are affectionately nicknamed "the longest mile of Hawaiian golf."
The most challenging of the three combos, golfers looking for a true challenge will find it here. In addition to having to make the right shots time and time again, you can enjoy the views of the Waianae Mountains and lush landscape.
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Address : 91-1200 Fort Weaver Rd., Ewa Beach, HI 96706
Phone: (808) 944-4567
Web Address : www.princeresortshawaii.com
Distance/Drive Time from THE MODERN HONOLULU : 22 miles – a 36-minute drive from THE MODERN HONOLULU
Brief directions from THE MODERN HONOLULU : Take I-H-1 W to I-H-201 W for 16 miles. Take the Interstate H1 W exit toward Pearl City. Merge onto I-H-1 W and go 7.7 miles to exit 5A. Merge onto HI-76 S/Fort Weaver Road toward Ewa.