Honey's Restaurant at the Ko'olau Golf Club is named after Honey Ho, a kupuna from Kaneohe whose cuisine and ambiance has delighted locals and tourist for over 39 years. Honey's features delectable Continental and Pacific-Asian cuisine, a warm and friendly Hawaiian atmosphere, and live entertainment on Friday and Sunday nights. Home to its signature Ko'olau Clubhouse sandwich and its famous Special Ramen Noodles, each dish is expertly prepared by our highly-trained chefs. The ideal locale for business or pleasure, guests can relax after a round of golf with friends or host a business client or special gathering. The restaurant's comfortable yet elegant layout can be tailored to any event.
Think breathtaking splendor and you’re sure to find one of the magical wonders of Hawai‘i, the majestic, picturesque Ko‘olau Mountains. The stunning lush emerald 2000-foot green cliffs are the backdrop for the 242 tropical acres of the Ko‘olau Ballrooms & Conference Center and golf course, a beautiful elegant site for both indoor & outdoor weddings, receptions, banquets, meetings, conferences, retreats, birthdays, graduations, project grads, concerts, and a variety of social events.
Located on the island of Oahu in beautiful Kaneohe, the Ko’olau Ballrooms & Conference Center’s remote location serves as an oasis, secretly tucked away from civilization and still only minutes drive from Waikiki and Downtown Honolulu. This facility is nestled deep in Ko’olau’s forest conservation land and provides an elegant, serene environment unique to any other venue of its kind in the world.
With magnificent panoramic views, a variety of delicious cuisine, and excellence in first-class service, the Ko’olau Ballrooms & Conference Center is everything you imagine paradise to be.
Ko'olau Golf Club, LLC is a for-profit corporation owned by the First Presbyterian Church of Honolulu.
The KMR School of Golf is a PGA of America Approved Golf School founded in 2001 as an educational institution dedicated to training exceptionally talented junior golfers. The founder, PGA Certified and award-winning instructor Kevin M. Ralbovsky’s vision is to teach and develop world-class amateur junior golfers from Hawaii. KMR students have a tradition of winning golf championships due to the daily comprehensive and competitive training they receive at the KMR School of Golf. KMR students include some of the best amateurs in the history of Hawaii golf, including Tadd Fujikawa, Stephanie Kono, Lorens Chan, Mari Chun, Ryan Perez, Amanda Wilson, Chase Chulakote, Ayaka Kaneko, and Katie Sisler, to name a few. KMR students have won a combined 27 Amateur Championships, including all of Hawaii’s majors, plus they have qualified for every major Amateur and Junior National Championship, including Professional Majors, the U.S. Open, and the U.S. Women’s Open