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10 Reasons to Skip Oahu on Your Next Hawaiian Vacation

The Daily Meal Logo By Matt Sulem of The Daily Meal | Slide 2 of 10: <p>Oahu has some great <a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/free-tagging-cuisine/golf"><strong>golf</strong></a> courses, but when <a href="http://www.golf.com/courses-and-travel/best-public-golf-courses-hawaii-2014"><strong>Golf.com</strong></a> ranked the 20 best public courses in Hawaii for 2014, only two were in Oahu — with the top nine all coming from other islands. In fact, the state’s four best all came from different islands: Kapalua/Plantation (Maui), The Prince at Princeville (Kauai), Mauna Kea (Big Island), and The Challenge at Manele (Lanai). Long story short, there are a whole lot of great local links in Hawaii, and you won’t miss much by skipping Oahu — in fact, you’d probably miss more if you didn’t skip Oahu.</p><p><a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/america-s-best-public-golf-course-restaurants-slideshow/slide-8"><strong>Click here for America’s best golf resort restaurants.</strong></a></p>

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Oahu has some great golf courses, but when Golf.com ranked the 20 best public courses in Hawaii for 2014, only two were in Oahu — with the top nine all coming from other islands. In fact, the state’s four best all came from different islands: Kapalua/Plantation (Maui), The Prince at Princeville (Kauai), Mauna Kea (Big Island), and The Challenge at Manele (Lanai). Long story short, there are a whole lot of great local links in Hawaii, and you won’t miss much by skipping Oahu — in fact, you’d probably miss more if you didn’t skip Oahu.

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