CLICK TO SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS

Star-Bulletin Sports


Sunday, July 29, 2001


[HAWAII'S SIGNATURE HOLES]




KEN SAKAMOTO / KSAKAMOTO@STARBULLETIN.COM
An accurate tee shot with a 3-wood on the par 4,
No. 13 at the Leilehua Golf Course should give the
golfer an easy approach shot with a middle to short iron.



Leilehua is
hard to top

The flagship course of the
U.S. Army has 1 of the toughest
holes in the state -- the
436-yard, par-4 No. 13


By Grady Timmons
Special to the Star-Bulletin


Note to readers: Due to the June 25 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in the New York Times vs. Tasini case, Starbulletin.com has suspended posting material by freelance writers and photographers until legal agreements stipulated by the ruling have been signed. We will resume posting this material as soon as the necessary agreements have been reached with the authors. We regret the inconvenience this poses, and ask for your patience. Please contact the section editor with questions or comments.




E-mail to Sports Editor


Text Site Directory:
[News] [Business] [Features] [Sports] [Editorial] [Do It Electric!]
[Classified Ads] [Search] [Subscribe] [Info] [Letter to Editor]
[Feedback]



© 2001 Honolulu Star-Bulletin
http://archives.starbulletin.com