THE PALMER AT TURTLE BAY
Consistently regarded as the best course on Oahu (and among the very best on all the islands), the Turtle Bay Palmer Course is an absolute must-play during your visit to the area.
Set along Hawaii's North Shore, home to Pipeline, Sunset Beach, and Waimea Bay, the course meanders its way through the natural wetlands, and circumvents natural waterways and dense Hawaiian jungle that offers great protection from the coastal winds, and meets the ocean coast on its penultimate signature hole, the par-4 17th. For more information or tee times, clinics, events, specials or packages, please contact us at 808-293-8574 or firstname.lastname@example.org now.
While we are certainly proud of our facility, we are far from the only ones singing its praises. The most knowledgeable golf experts in the world have chimed in with their endorsements, including:
- "Top 100 Public Courses in the US" - Golf Digest
- "Best Kept Secret in Hawaii" - Travel & Leisure
- "75 Greatest Golf Resorts in the World" - Golf Digest
- "Top Five Courses in Hawaii" - Golf Digest
- "Top 50 Public Practice Range" - Golf Range Association of America
If you're only in Hawaii for one week each year, and you may only have the opportunity to play one round of golf, shouldn't that round of golf be the best it can possibly be? Choose the Arnold Palmer Golf Course at Turtle Bay, and be the envy of your friends back on the mainland.
We offer shuttle service from Waikiki for free with a Palmer morning tee time- learn more here.
Palmer Course Statistics
Open Since: 1992 Designer: Arnold Palmer Signature Design Design Style: 180 acres of core golf, with no interruption from homes or resort amenities (unless you count the relaxing surf of the North Shore) Holes: 18 Par: 72 Type: Daily fee, with preferred rates available for hotel guests and local residents Practice Facilities: Private practice area including target greens, chipping area, bunkers, and putting green Turf Grasses: Lush Paspalum fairways accented by Sea Island 2000 Paspalum greens
The Palmer Course can be as challenging or accommodating as you'd prefer, so whether you're a professional on a Hawaiian retreat or a novice just looking to soak in the sun and views, we've got you covered.
Palmer Course Yardages, Ratings & Slopes