Navy Marine Golf Course - golf courses

Navy Marine Golf Course - Golf courses, Honolulu, HI

User Reviews (6)

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Lkmuller   Shoots in the 90s [Apr 01, 2009]

Really a nice course. Unfortunately, the condition of the greens don't do the course justice. They are in poor shape, not even up to par with most muni courses. Still, one of my favorite courses.

Customer Service

No complaints at all. Very affable and upbeat in the pro shop.

Similar Products Used: Tee to green, comprable to Honolulu Country Club. the greens themselves, well, comparable to Kunia. Not royal Kunia, but Hawaii Country Club, the old Kunia.
OVERALL
RATING
4
Value
RATING
3
Bert Godlewski   Shoots in the 80s [Jul 19, 2007]

Tries to be a country club but lacks the proper management and service. Wait until 7 AM to let people play. Holds off twilight starts, arrogant staff, course in bad shape due to "crop circles" on the greens. NOt a true putt on the course. Nice lay out, poorly maintained and managed. Save your money and go to Mamala Bay

Customer Service

Stinks!

Similar Products Used: Mamala Bay, Barbers Point, Kaneohe Klipper
OVERALL
RATING
2
Value
RATING
1
skierbri10   Shoots in the 70s [Apr 17, 2005]

Not a bad course, but FYI they are redoing the front nine, so only the back nine is available for now.

Customer Service

Okay

Similar Products Used: The restraunt is under new management and the new management is terrible. They are really scimping on the food now. I will try the place again i hope it gets better.
OVERALL
RATING
3
Value
RATING
5
toku58   Shoots in the 70s [Oct 20, 2003]

Great course! very well kept, and maintained! Rather easy course to play. not much in the way of hazards. Good overall, like most military courses on Oahu!

Customer Service

Poor! and that is being nice!

OVERALL
RATING
4
Value
RATING
4
njguy   Shoots in the 90s [Jul 11, 2003]

I was a guest here in November of 2002 and found the course in great shape. There isn't too much trouble, until you get on the greens. They were very fast, but pin placements were fair and rewarded good putting. The club house is one of the best you will find at any military course. Allow time to enjoy a meal after your round.

Customer Service

fantastic, thorough and professional

Similar Products Used: food in club house resteraunt was excellent
OVERALL
RATING
5
Value
RATING
5
nsdqjr   Shoots in the 70s [Apr 19, 2002]

I live about a mile away from this course and play it just about every weekend. The course is awlays in great shape, greens vary from a little on the fast side to living room coffee table. It''''s a fairly forgiving course, plenty of trees and bunkers but always a few options for saving par. If you like to hit your driver this is a great course to swing away on. The course sets up for the dominant trade winds, longer holes tend to be with the wind, shorter holes into it, and it works out nicely. However, when the wind changes this course can get reeeeally long in a hurry. They built a brand new clubhouse last year and are in the process of adding a new practice putting green and renovating several holes. When it''''s all done this course will be super sweet. I recommend if you''''re in Honolulu you stop by and try to get on, you won''''t regret it

Customer Service

Very good. If you need help ask for Lloyd, he''''s a good dude.

Similar Products Used: Good driving range.
OVERALL
RATING
5
Value
RATING
5
Reuben Thiele   Shoot in the 70s [May 02, 2001]

I have played this course many times...and though I shoot in the mid-low 70's, I always shot in the 80's on this course. The greens are lighning fast most the time. The fairways are in great condition, as are the tees. Now, you will find that there tend to be too many palm trees on this course, or maybe it is just me. Either way, It's a fun and very nice course.

Similar Products Used: None
OVERALL
RATING
4
Value
RATING
5
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