Hawaii is one of the most popular (and desired) tourist destinations in the 50 states, and with good reason. Every year, thousands of tourists head to the islands to vacation, for business, with families, as honeymoon couples – all looking to enjoy some Hawaii sun and fun. Hawaii offers some famous destinations for tourists, including the numerous active and inactive volcanos in the region, Pearl Harbor, the Polynesian Cultural Center, and more. Of the eight main Hawaiian Islands, the most popular are: Hawaii, Maui, Oahu, Kauai, Lanai, and Molokai. People come from all over the United States to visit these islands for a multitude of reasons. People come for the beautiful beach weather; the delicious food, including fresh fish; the surfing; the swimming; the watersports; the hiking; the resorts; the Island life. One thing that many people also come to Hawaii for is for the golf. Oh, the Hawaii golf. The islands of Hawaii, Maui, Oahu, Kauai, and Lanai especially have a large selection of beautiful, impressive public golf courses available to the visiting tourist or family member. And booking Hawaii tee times is simple with online booking engines like GOLFZING.com, or you can even book online from some golf course websites, like Ko`olau Golf Club in Oahu.
Book tee times in Hawaii and you won't be disappointed. We recommend you book a few tee times prior to your departure as Hawaii golf is quite popular, and if you wait until you arrive to the islands, you might be disappointed to find booked up golf courses or only one or two tee times that don't work with your schedule. However, booking Hawaii public golf course tee times the day you want to golf also adds a bit of excitement to the process, and sometimes you can squeeze on the tee sheet if there's a cancellation or a no-show. The Island Life is known for being a bit more laid-back than life on the mainland, so you can always try. Whether you book early or the day you wish to play, don't miss out on playing some great Hawaii public golf courses during your trip. There are so many different types of Hawaii golf, including golf courses that overlook the ocean, golf courses that wind among walking paths and resorts, courses that stretch across palm-tree lined verdant green fairways, and golf courses like Ko`olau Golf Club that are designed to merge harmoniously with a beautiful tropical rainforest.
Playing Hawaii golf doesn't mean you have to be a professional, or even an expert. You can enjoy the day and a Hawaii public golf course even if you've never picked up a golf club before. Just taking out a golf cart and driving along the cart path of a fairway that stretched outward to the ocean is enough for most to call a good day. The vistas from Hawaii tee boxes are spectacular, and even high handicappers will enjoy swinging the club surrounded by warm tropical breezes and all the native vegetation and sounds of Hawaii flora and fauna. What are you waiting for? Book your Hawaii tee time today!