|Black||593||410||442||193||433||435||586||210||411||3713||426||530||364||209||421||373||567||231||476||3597||7310||78.2 / 153|
|Blue||567||381||416||161||399||410||554||183||380||3451||390||518||339||176||390||338||544||203||448||3346||6797||75.4 / 150|
|White||534||351||390||145||382||385||543||168||357||3255||376||508||310||159||365||312||511||178||432||3151||6406||73.7 / 141||79.5 / 151|
|460||305||327||104||309||329||392||141||301||2668||321||417||267||101||214||232||446||152||284||2434||5102||70.5 / 131||75.2 / 144|
|Red||460||305||327||104||309||329||392||141||301||2668||321||417||267||101||214||232||446||152||284||2434||5102||72.3 / 129|
Hole By Hole
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Ideal placement off the tee is left of the fairway bunkers. The key to this par 5 is the second shot: as proper club selection is a must to handle the right-hand slope of the fairway. Try to place your second shot on the flat area of the fairway near the 150-yard marker. A well-protected green dictates that you play to the center on your approach.
Play smart off the tee - your downhill drive may carry through the fairway. A tee shot played to the right side will leave you with an uphill approach to a narrow, three-tiered green. Avoid the left side of the fairway in order to have a clear shot to the green.
Enjoy the breathtaking view of the Ko'olau mountain range from the tee. This is a natural dogleg right hole with trouble lining the entire right side. You may not feel it, but the second shot plays downwind. The left side of the green is the safest target to avoid the large, deep bunker on the right.
This downhill par 3 plays into the trade winds. Proper club selection to this narrow undulating green is a must.
This is a "risk/reward" hole. Safe play off the tee is to the left side of the fairway. If you're feeling strong, a drive carried over the gully on the right will leave you with a short iron to the green.
The most difficult hole on the front. Proper distance and placement off the tee on the dogleg right is critical. A drive to the left side is the smart play, as the fairway drops off quickly on the right. Hit an extra club on the second shot to carry the ravine which fronts this large two-tiered green.
Hit all you've got from the tee box to carry the ravine on this long par 5. One of the more forgiving holes on the golf course, the only trouble lies right of the green.
This downhill par 3 plays into the prevailing trade winds. Club selection is key as you hit to this long, oblique green; a single yawning bunker beckons errant balls. Take an extra club if the pin is on the green's left side.
This challenging dogleg left is best played with a right-to-left shot. The elevated green is well-protected and loaded with undulation. Par is a great score here.
Careful with your club selection as a good position off the tee is a must. Aim at the 150-yard marker. The second shot will leave you with a short club over the ravine to the green.
The only way to reach this par 5 in two is to drive the ball on the cart path! The best play here is right off the fairway bunker. Laying up to the ravine on the second shot will leave you with a wedge to the green.
The ideal tee shot on this short par 4 is to the left side of the fairway. A well-played iron over the ravine makes a birdie a possibility.
Hit plenty of club to carry both the ravine and the pot bunker in front of the green. This hole plays against the trade winds.
What you see is what you get! Drive the ball down the left-center of the fairway. The sizable three-tiered green is guarded by bunkers to the right and left. Take an extra club for your approach shot due to the slope.
If you've kept up the pace of play to this point, your reward is to take the high road to the back tee on this hole and enjoy the most scenic view on the golf course. (Don't forget your camera!)
Careful club selection here is a must so you don't drive the ball through the fairway on this challenging par 5. The second shot can be safely played up the right. Enormous hitters can go for the front corner of the green, but do so at your own risk.
This long downhill par 3 plays into the breeze. Shots that stray to the left will be lost in the forest.
You've made it! No. 18 is the most difficult hole on one of the most challenging courses in the nation. Two forced carries with deep bunkers around the green say it all. The farther right you aim, your tee shot will make the hole shorter but will also increase the yardage you'll need to carry.