Pearl Country Club
|White (W)||72||6232 yards||75.2||132|
|Red (W)||72||5536 yards||71.5||124|
|Blue M: 72.6/136||559||410||212||421||497||180||335||340||414||3368||374||431||539||194||403||395||194||519||370||3419||6787|
|White M: 70.2/131 W: 72.0/120||507||328||184||411||472||154||310||327||347||3040||348||376||526||172||393||369||171||479||358||3192||6232|
|Red W: 67.1/120||487||300||118||381||448||117||288||287||345||2771||331||295||456||115||322||357||126||418||345||2765||5536|
This was my third and final round on the island and I couldn't be more disappointed that I ended on this fair ground, pitch and putt quality course.
The Pearl Country Club website brags of its course conditions, but they were by far the worst I've played in HI. It looked as if the grounds crew had been on holidays for the last 4 weeks with patchy, thin, weed covered greens. The fairways were somewhat better, but not by much.
Not only was the course neglected, but the washrooms on the course were as well. The washrooms must not have been serviced in weeks as the public washrooms on the beach are in a cleaner state.
For the price of $125/round (discounted rate from Hawaiiteetimes.com who I strongly recommend using) I expected more than a cart with no cooler or gps, public pitch and putt greens, neglected fairways/rough and unhygienic bathroom facilities.
Overall, it was terrible value compared to other courses in the region. Do not waste your money here, unless you enjoy reading the weeds and bare patches when you putt.
A Pleaseant Surprise
The staff are fantastic. The course is quite picturesque and has a number of interesting holes. There is some forgiveness if you hit onto adjacent fairways but there are also some out of bounds to watch for. Overall we had a great time and I would play there again.
Crowded as expected on a Sunday. Staff was exceptional and I really want to go again when I don't have to wait for parties of 4 and 5 like a weekend. Course was perfect though and greens were smooth and fairways were well groomed. Difficulty was a medium grade to me. Only lost two balls all day and that's great for me who averages a 110 game. Thanks
Hang Loose - We're in Hawaii!
Overall course quite challenging and fun to play. Clubs picked up in parking lot by attendant so nice country club touch. Seems like holes haven't been moved in several days since dead grass around cup, otherwise in pretty good condition . Got a pretty good rate online but paid $30 to have my wife ride with me? Really? A Hawaii golf site said only $25 per rider.?!? Pace of play was very slow. Expected to finish with 4 3/4 hours of daylight but was I wrong! Only got to 16th hole when Marshall came around telling us we needed to get carts back to clubhouse by 6 PM which allowed for 15 min of play. Great to see that slow play is all over both in paradise and the mainland! Saw Marshall during round twice but didn't really do anything since play was quite slow - 2-3 group wait on par 3's. I guess that's what you get for a semi private club open to the public!
Hidden Jewel In Oahu
Great staff, wonderful golf course, challenging greens and an old but nice golf house! I entertained a friend at the Pearl Country Club this past week and he enjoyed the entire golf experience. He thought I was a wizard on the greens as nearly every putt I addressed was perfect. What he didn't know is the local secret that I will share with you! Find the location of Pearl Harbor, not difficult as the entire golf course sits on a bed of rolling hills with spectacular views of the ocean and specifically Pearl Harbor. Regardless of your gut feelings on a putt, don't believe it as every putt breaks towards Pearl Harbor and you to can be a genius putting and you heard it here first! Try Pearl Country Club, prices are moderate for both locals well as tourists. Shop and save and you won't be sorry spending an afternoon on the links in Pearl City!
Voted best of Hawaii for good reason
Haven't played here in years. So fortunate I found a great deal at golfnow. Course in much better condition than other places I frequent. Quite a bit of challanges so I actually had to pause and consider breeze and elevation. Even my bad shots were recoverable because they actually clear the debris from under the trees. More people on staff, not a skeleton crew, so they have time to be helpful although a bit seemingly aloof. Only gripe is that for some holes the cart path crosses in front of the green. Sure it's a free drop, but it's like a mole on the nose of a pretty girl. I might make this my regular course.
Excellent views. Fairways in good condition. Greens in poor shape. Electric golf cars quiet and smooth.
This course could be a lot better
I had a Sunday afternoon tee time and when I was checking in at the starters desk the employees seemed more interested in going home for the day rather then getting me checked in. Although I am from Oahu I felt like an outcast probably because I wasn't a tourist or a person who seemed important as a customer. As a plus I was greeted at the bag drop off area and they were very helpful in getting my clubs down to the golf cart area. Course fairways are currently being air rated but overall the course is well maintained. Great views and good eats.
Fast, challenging greens
An enjoyable course with good views of Pearl Harbor and plenty of elevation change. A good mix of holes; there are some long par 3s that play pretty tough with the wind, as well as at least one par 5 that is fairly reachable in two with the wind behind. The greens are slick and often tough to read. I found the staff to be somewhat disengaged and not particularly enthusiastic, but YMMV.
Staff is friendly and arrived at my car for the bag. Check in was easy in pro shop but the starter "Ray" was over whelmed with only too groups checking in. We wasted about ten minutes waiting on him to make a decision. Once we started, we made it to hole number 3 and three groups were backed up. We waited 30 min. No ranger in sight, but they were aware. Needless to say this ruined the tempo. When we got to hole 17 the ranger said hurry up the group behind needs to finish??? One there was no where to go and why don't you focus your energy on the bottle necks. Btw, on 17 a group from several holes back skipped to 18 right on front of the ranger. When we got to 18 we were waiting on this group that was waiting on the original group in front of us! Way to go ranger! I have zero tollerence for this gross mis management. The driving range was less than optimal, only a max of 220 yds. Please replace your driving balls! My perception was they were very organized. Carts wee lined up with tee times, but they quick fell apart once on the course. I should of know when a sign posted on the door said, " we know accept six-ums".... What!!! Pace of play killer! For management please review USGA website "tee it forward". Here you will find ways to manage a more fluid pace. If it takes groups 15 min to play your first par 3, then you can't send groups out every 8 mins!