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Honolulu, HI 
Sand Island Beach Park Share
Uploaded By: JR Stengele  
DGing under a Banyan Tree in Oahu, HI



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  • Tournaments & Regular Events
    Upcoming Tournaments
    No tournaments scheduled at this course.

    Regular Events
    Weekly Event Weekly Round

    Rating:
    2.88
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    Course Conditions

    Course Details
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    Mostly Flat & Lightly WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
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    2 / 61.5 Rounds Recorded / Average Score:     
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    Description: There’s a mix of palms, coconut, and evergreen trees with some moderate elevation changes. There are also ocean views and one “green” is on a beach. The terrain is a mix of red volcanic soil and sand, so bring a towel with you. There are also many old bunkers and structures dating from World War II.

    NOTE: There aren’t any permanent tees or baskets here. They aren’t even allowed to mark tee or basket areas, so the local players carry a portable basket from hole to hole. There are 2 standard courses but the local players need to set up each hole; it’s impossible to play without them. The Sand Island Beach Park group meets on Wednesday afternoons at 4PM at the U turn inside of the beach park. For HDGA tournaments they meet at the big watchtower.

    Location Details
    96802 Zip/Postal Code: Map Zip
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    Local Directions: If coming from town then get on Ala Moana Blvd. It becomes Nimitz Hwy after downtown. Take a left at Sand Island Access Road. Follow Sand Island Access Road to the park (about 3 miles).