Olomana Golf Links first opened for play March 1, 1967. The golf course was designed by Bob E. Baldock and Robert L. Baldock.
Olomana Golf Links is pleasant Windward Oahu golf course, located on the other side of the Koolau mountain range from downtown Honolulu, is the quintessential local golf course. Located closer to the Windward shore than to the towering Koolau range where mountain-induced showers can build up quickly, Olomana's typically sunny weather makes this course a reliable option any day of the year.
Olomana Golf Links features an interesting layout that consists of two distinctly different nines, but both are equally challenging. The front nine is relatively flat with water hazards on every hole, while the back nine has irregular, rolling hills that are dotted with strategically placed sand bunkers. Prevailing trade winds are also always a factor on the golf course. The signature hole is the par-3 eighth, which features a semi-island green that is well protected by sand bunkers and coconut trees. In addition to the interesting layout, Olomana Golf Links also offers scenic views of the Koâ€™olau Mountain Range. The course has become a favorite among Oahu locals.
Although relatively short for a par-72 layout, water hazards appear on each hole on the front side. The back nine starts out with a wonderful combination of hilly par-4 and par-3 holes at the 10th through the 13th holes. The prevailing trades play a major factor in scoring well while the well-kept greens make for consistent rolls, a nice touch for any course.
Olomana Golf Links plays to 6,309 yards and a par-72 . The course rating is 70.6 with a slope rating of 129.
Blue tees: par-72, 6,309 yards, 70.6/126
White tees: par-72, 5,896 yards, 68.7/120
Silver tees: par-72, 5,419 yards, 66.7/112
Red tees: par-72, 5,330 yards, 66.7/112
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