Located on the southwestern edge of Oahu, Ko Olina Golf Club has hosted the LOTTE Championship since this ladies tournament was inaugurated on the LPGA Tour in 2012. The female professionals compete on a Ted Robinson course that first opened for play in 1990.
I was staying at the Marriott right across the street and decided to play while I was out there. The club has plenty of rentals for all types of players and the rental sets are nice. The course was well maintained with great service. There are not really any ocean views more of course inland. This club offers 2-3 signature holes while the rest of the holes are just straight forward. the course does offer a surprise amount of wind that played a big factor in my round. I gave this a 3.5... nothing to go out of your way and play but if you are in town worth looking at.
The hospitality is outstanding as are the facilities, but it’s insanely expensive for such an ordinary course (300US) that meanders through housing estates. Course doesn’t have any character at all really, but was in very nice condition when I played it. Overall, you can do better