Established in 1950, this public 18 hole golf course was designed by Willard Wilkenson and offers scenic views of Hilo Bay in ... More
Hilo Municipal Golf Course
Established in 1950, this public 18 hole golf course was designed by Willard Wilkenson and offers scenic views of Hilo Bay in a lush setting. A restaurant, lounge, snack bar, pro shop, driving range, and practice green are also on site.
It's not a resort course and the fees reflect that. Wide open fairways, elevated bunkers and friendly staff. Yes it rains here in Hilo so weather can be a factor. Course generally drains well. It is a good value for the price, location and consideration of a public course in Hawaii.
This course is not well maintained. The grass in the fairways and around the greens is too long. It's difficult to chip through clumps of grass.
The greens are full of bald spots which create bumpy putts.
Because it rains often, the conditions are usually muddy.
It was just soo majestic and the course was in immacualte condition. I cant wait to go back. I am a +3 handicap golfer and for all those that are long hitters you can easily shoot in the 60's. Just a fun track that i think all of you should play.
Lot of rain...but it's cheap.
Don't go if you are tourist and will have only chance to play golf in Hawaii, just go to Kona side which guranntee to have nice weather.
Hilo Muni is very relaxable place but there are a lot of stones in the fareway and the putting green is very slow. Hit firmly.
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