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Temporary Closing Statement

By Ko Olina Staff Aug 27, 2020 Published on: Ko Olina Golf Club( Opens in New Tab )
Category: Updates

To all of our valued guests and community,
With the Governor’s two week shutdown announcement on Tuesday, Ko Olina Golf Club will be closed effective today, August 27, 2020.

While we know golf is an entertaining and healthy outdoor game that can be enjoyed by all, we understand we must continue to take every measure possible to protect the health and safety of our employees and guests.

Our tentative re-opening date is September 10, 2020. Our staff has already begun cancelling tee times for the next two weeks. Our phones will be shut down during our temporary closing, though you may continue to contact us via email at golf@koolina.com. You can also continue to view updates on our website and social platforms. Additionally, you may continue to book tee times online for future dates while we are closed.

We encourage everyone to continue to wea...

Temporary Closing

By Ko Olina Staff Aug 25, 2020 Published on: Ko Olina Golf Club( Opens in New Tab )
Category: Updates

With the Governor's two week shutdown announcement today, Ko Olina Golf Club will be closed effective Thursday, August 27, 2020. Official announcement and more details to follow soon.

Temporary Closing

By Greg Nichols, PGA Mar 20, 2020 Published on: Ko Olina Golf Club( Opens in New Tab )
Category: Updates

To all of our valued guests and community,

With the further progression of COVID-19 and escalated measures by the Hawaii state government, we’ve made the difficult decision to temporarily close Ko Olina Golf Club, effective Tuesday, March 24, 2020, to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. We are joining our resort ohana who are taking similar responsible, precautionary measures.

Golf is and always has been a fun and healthy outdoor sport that can be enjoyed by friends, family and folks of every age and ability. However, we feel we must continue to take every measure to protect the health and safety of our employees and guests.

Golfers are by nature a special and hardy group of people, used to dealing with adversity and ultimately finding a way to persevere through any challenges facing them. We encourage everyone to keep their heads steady and high and live aloha. We will get through these difficult times together by caring for and helping each other. In life as ...

Paul Azinger’s career made a detour 20 years ago in Honolulu

By Associated Press Jan 7, 2020 Published on: Star Advertiser( Opens in New Tab )
Category: History
Photo Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS / 2009

Paul Azinger is a PGA champion long known as someone who says what he thinks, usually with some degree of clarity, which makes him a good fit as a TV analyst. And that’s what he does now for NBC and at the U.S. Open for Fox.

He could have started much sooner if not for 20 years ago at the Sony Open.

Azinger and NBC host Dan Hicks are working their second straight week for Golf Channel’s telecast of the Hawaii swing. This week brings back strong memories for Azinger, who won the Sony Open in 2000 for his first victory since his recovery from lymphoma, and what turned out to be the last victory of his career.

Ko Olina Grows the Game

By Ann Miller Oct 10, 2019 Published on: Star Advertiser( Opens in New Tab )
Category: Headlines
Courtesy Aloha Section PGAKo Olina Golf Club was well represented at the Hawaii Golf Ho'olaulu'a Awards ceremony. Kevin Shimomura, from left was named Teacher of the Year, Katie Manlolo won the Bill Strausbaugh Award, and Rich Sung recieved the President's Plaque.
Dean WIlson's humble beginings at Pali Golf Course Highlighted the 11th annual Hawaii Golf

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