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    Kapolei GC

    Course Par Value: 72 • Course Yardage: 7001
    Opened in 1995, the Kapolei Golf Club sits on 191 acres of former sugar cane lands located at the southern base of the Waianae Mountains. Architect Ted Robinson, known for his creative use of water, moved massive amounts of dirt to create lakes and provide elevation and contouring for the course. In addition to hosting the inaugural Pacific Links Hawaii Championship, Kapolei Golf Club was also the host site of the LPGA Hawaiian Ladies Open from 1996-2001. Past champions include LPGA Hall of Fame inductee Annika Sorenstam and 6-time Major Championship winner Betsy King.
    1 5 563 Wide open par 5. With the wind at your back, a good tee shot gives you a chance to reach the elevated green in 2.
    2 4 430 Wide fairway with bunkers protecting the landing area. Add 2 clubs to your second shot due to the wind and elevated greens.
    3 4 435 Short par 4 that plays with the prevailing wind. Aim your tee shot to the left side of the fairway because of the slope.
    4 4 404 Aim tee shot to the left side of fairway as bunker on the right makes for a tough recovery. Avoid bushes on the right.
    5 3 188 Beautiful par 3 over the lake. Swirling winds make club selection key.
    6 4 356 Tee shot to the left side of fairway before the steep downhill is optimal. Use one more club on your approach to the well guarded green.
    7 5 586 This straight but tough par 5 rewards long hitters with a chance to go for the green in 2 shots. Keep in mind elevation and wind as you approach.
    8 3 202 Prevailing winds make club selection critical. Errant tee shots to the left will make for tough recovery.
    9 4 353 Beautiful finishing hole to the front 9 with water on the left. Aim tee shot toward the right side bunkers.
    10 4 407 One of Kapolei's most recognized holes. Accuracy and length is critical off this island tee.
    11 4 377 Short dogleg right with water guarding the right side. Aim tee shot to the right of the fairway bunker.
    12 3 183 Downhill par 3 with challenging green side bunkers. This double tiered green makes club selection crucial.
    13 4 437 This long par 4 plays into the prevailing wind. Aim tee shot to the left center of fairway. Avoid the deep bunker on the right.
    14 5 526 Short par 5 with water separating the two landing areas. Long hitters can reach the water off the tee.
    15 4 409 Tough dogleg right plays into prevailing winds. Aim tee shot to left center of the fairway. Avoid pot bunker in front of the green.
    16 3 205 Challenging par 3 over the lake. Take wind and green elevation into consideration when selecting club.
    17 5 526 Straight par 5. Aim tee shot to right center of fairway. Long hitters can reach in two with the winds at their back.
    18 4 415 Kapolei's signature hole. Aim tee shot to the right center of the fairway. Waterfall to the left of elevated green makes for a challenging approach shot over the lake.