Hawaii Municipal Golf Courses Restore In-person Stand-by/walk-in Play

Effective Monday, November 22, 2021, all City and County of Honolulu municipal golf courses (Ala Wai, Ewa Villages, Kahuku, Pali, Ted Makalena and West Loch) will resume stand-by/walk-in play for golfers. Stand-by/walk-in golfers will be required to follow the Golf Course Division waiting list protocols, and continue to follow the safety guidelines for O‘ahu golf courses under the Safe Access O‘ahu program.

Stand-by/walk-in golfers will be allowed to play on a first-come, first-served, space available basis. 

Stand-by golfers must report, in-person, to the Starter’s Office and have their names placed on a waiting list. All stand-by golfers will be required to maintain social distancing while waiting for a tee time.

Same day reservations for tee times will no longer be accepted via phone as of November 22, 2021. Same day reservations will only be accepted online for all courses except Ala Wai. The online reservation system for Ala Wai will be activated shortly.

To guarantee a tee time reservation, advanced tee time reservations, via phone or online, are highly recommended at all of our golf courses.

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