Walking distance to just about everything in Waikiki.
If you have a time share, exchange, decent and clean rooms.
However, other hotels are just about all good.
When we go, we stay in Waikiki. We are on foot and taxi. We only rent a car towards the end of stay (3 or 4 days) We book it through internet. (we never call direct for the higher visitor rate. thanks to a friend.)
is on the west side. Beautiful resort and beaches. It's a good spot.
I used http://www.teetimeshawaii.com/ in Oahu.
I've been lucky, they've book me with a round trip in a stretch limo from Waikiki hotel mentioned above and back,
a round at Ko Olina with cart and range use, all for $63. That may have been 5 years ago, but a friend told me he's got the same deal for $75.
The North side is very cool. March, I think, is still surfing season. Lots of surfers along the pipeline shores. Roads can be slow. But there is a Palmer & a Fazio course up at Turtle Bay. . . and a few Shrimp trucks-- must try!
Ala Wai Golf Course - * (Honolulu)
Creek Golf Course - *** (Ewa Beach)
Ewa Beach Golf Club - *** (Ewa Beach)
Ewa Villages Golf Course - * (Ewa Beach)
Hawaii Kai Golf Course (Championship) - *** (Honolulu)
Hawaii Kai Golf Course (Executive) - * (Honolulu)
Hawaii Prince Golf Club - *** (Ewa Beach)
Kapolei Golf Course - ** (Kapolei)
Ko Olina Golf Club - **** (Kapolei)
Ko'Olau Golf Club - *** (Kaneohe)
Makaha Resort Golf Course - *** (Waianae)
Mililani Golf Club - ** (Mililari)
Olomana Golf Links - ** (Waimanalo)
Pali Golf Course - * (Kaneohe)
Pearl Country Club - ** (Aiea)
Royal Hawaiian Golf Club - *** (Kailua)
Ted Makalena Golf Course - * (Waipahu)
Turtle Bay Resort (Fazio) - **** (Kahuku)
Turtle Bay Resort (Palmer) - **** (Kahuku)
Waikele Country Club - *** (Waipahu)
West Loch Golf Course - * (Ewa Beach)