Anytime is the right time to book a Hawaii golf trip
Spring and summer may not seem like the ideal time of year for a Hawaii golf vacation, but in some respects, it’s exactly the right time. There are fewer tourists, you can find better deals on airfares and the climate is pretty much perfect year-round, so why not?
For example, right now you can get a package at Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore of Oahu for as little as $159 per night, which includes unlimited golf.
Turtle Bay has two excellent golf courses. The Arnold Palmer Course at Turtle Bay is the site the LPGA’s SBS Open and former site of a Champions Tour event. It’s also a favorite among locals for good reason. Palmer and partner Ed Seay crafted a great test unlike anything else in the Aloha State. The golf course works around a 100-acre preserve that is home to many endangered species of Hawaiian birds. The front nine has sort of a links feel; the back nine has plenty of trees, many of them tall ironwoods. There’s water on almost every hole, and when you get to the 17th, you finally get an ocean view, and it’s a pretty good one at that.
Turtle Bay is about 45 minutes from Oahu, which provides a cool change of pace with plenty of nightclubs, restaurants and, of course, the world-famous Waikiki Beach.
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