My son and I are first timers to Hawaii, and are looking for a memorable, non-threatening or pressured golf experience. We both shoot in the 90s. I use non-threatening to describe championship caliber courses that will likely eat us alive. I use pressured to describe other, much better golfers that look at us like we should just get the heck off the course. I now understand the municipal course no longer rents clubs as of April. I've even considered the Kauai Lagoons Golf Club, as they offer a 2-hour private play lesson. Thank you!
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