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Paradise on the Green: 6D Visiting Bruh Golf Adventure in Hawaii


Instead of setting out hops, eating chicken, and throwing the bones on the ground, picture yourself teeing off against a backdrop of turquoise waters and lush green mountains. That's golfing in Hawaii with the Aloha Ques.

Gamma Epsilon ’90 hosted his Sands, Xi Psi ’90, to a fellowship-filled round of golf at Barbers Point Golf Course.  Nestled in the tranquil Kalaeloa area of Leeward Oahu, Barbers Point Golf Course offers a serene and enjoyable golfing experience.  Barbers Point’s 18-hole parkland-style course showcasing well-maintained greens, fairways, and tee boxes also has the typical amenities associated with Navy golf courses, such as driving ranges, lessons, tournament play, and clubhouse dining.

The natural beauty and peaceful ambiance makes Barbers Point the favorite weekend golf spot of GE ’90.

In general, Hawaii is a dream destination for Golf Bruhs because of:

  • Breathtaking Natural Beauty: Hawaii's golf courses are set amidst stunning natural landscapes, offering panoramic ocean views, lush green fairways, volcanic lava fields, and cascading waterfalls. The picturesque surroundings create a truly immersive and unforgettable golfing experience.

  • Favorable Climate: With its year-round mild and pleasant weather, Hawaii provides ideal conditions for golfing throughout the year. Bruhs can enjoy their game under clear blue skies, warm temperatures, and gentle trade winds.

  • Variety of Courses: Hawaii boasts a diverse range of golf courses, catering to players of all skill levels. From championship-level layouts designed by renowned architects to scenic resort courses, there is something for everyone. Each course offers its own unique features and challenges, including strategically placed hazards and dramatic elevation changes.

  • Accessibility: The islands of Hawaii are easily accessible, with major airports and convenient transportation options. This makes it convenient for golfers to travel between courses and explore different parts of the islands.

  • World-Class Facilities: Hawaii's golf courses are known for their exceptional quality and maintenance. Many of the courses have hosted professional tournaments, attracting top-notch players from around the world. The facilities are well-maintained, with top-of-the-line amenities and services to ensure a memorable golfing experience.

  • Beyond Golf: Hawaii offers an abundance of attractions and activities beyond the fairways. After a satisfying round of golf, Visiting Bruhs can indulge in snorkeling, hiking, exploring cultural sites, or simply relaxing on pristine beaches. The islands are also renowned for their vibrant culinary scene, providing opportunities to savor delicious local cuisine and tropical beverages.

Visiting Bruh:

Xi Psi ’90, an employee of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), is in Hawaii on temporary assignment and has been instrumental in helping Maui recover and rebuild in the aftermath of recent wildfires and natural disasters.  Xi Psi ’90 has been vital in coordinating and overseeing long-term recovery efforts on the ground.

Of note, the Xi Psi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated is a prominent organization at South Carolina State University. Chartered on March 10, 1928, the chapter has a rich history and a strong presence on campus. With a motto of "The Land of Do or Die," Xi Psi Chapter embodies the spirit of perseverance and excellence. They are known for their commitment to brotherhood, scholarship, service, and uplift within the community. The chapter actively engages in various philanthropic initiatives, social events, and leadership development programs. Through their activities and involvement, the Xi Psi Chapter continues to make a positive impact on the campus of South Carolina State University and beyond.

An avid golfer, Xi Psi ’90 reached out to the Aloha Ques in advance of his travels and checked his clubs with his luggage in anticipation of fellowshipping with the Hawaii Golf Bruhs.

Checked Baggage

When it comes to checking golf clubs on domestic airlines, it's important to understand the policies and guidelines of each airline. Most airlines treat golf clubs as standard checked luggage, meaning there is usually a weight limit (around 50 pounds) but no oversize baggage fee. However, it's always advisable to double-check with the specific airline you're traveling with to ensure their policies align with this general rule.

For instance, American Airlines states that standard checked bag fees apply for golf clubs up to 50 lbs and 126 inches in total dimensions. Similarly, United Airlines includes sports equipment within the checked bag allowance, subject to applicable fees. Some airlines may charge additional fees for oversized items or overweight bags. To avoid any surprises, it's recommended to check the baggage policies of your airline beforehand and familiarize yourself with any potential charges. By doing so, you can ensure a smooth and haze-free experience when traveling with your golf clubs.


Attention Bruhs!  It's time to start planning your Ultimate Golf Be Owt in beautiful Hawaii.  Whether you're an experienced golfer or just looking to enjoy a fun-filled getaway, Hawaii offers an array of world-class golf courses for Bruhs of all skill levels.

So gather your Chapter Bruhs and LBs, grab your golf clubs, and get ready for an unforgettable experience in paradise.  Start coordinating dates, researching golf packages, and exploring accommodation options. Embrace the spirit of camaraderie and friendly competition as you fellowship on the greens, create lasting memories, and strengthen the Brotherhood of Omega while enjoying the beauty and splendor of Hawaii's golfing paradise.

Comment below to share your own Hawaii golf experiences or ask the Hawaii Bruhs any questions.

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