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2015 Swing for Wishes

October 15, 2015

Golfers teed off at 11 a.m. for a day full of golfing on the Hawaii Prince Golf Course in Ewa Beach, designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay.
Time :

10 a.m. Check-In
11 a.m. Tournament Start

Location :

The Hawaii Prince Golf Course
91-1200 Fort Weaver Road
Ewa Beach, HI, 96706

Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa proudly returns the 9th Annual Swing for Wishes Charitable Golf Tournament in sunny Ewa Beach on Thursday, October 15 to benefit Make-A-Wish Hawaii. This established tournament has grown to be one of our chapter's biggest annual fundraisers with more than $623,000 raised to date, helping to grant more than 90 wishes in the past nine years.

Rally your teams of three and join us on the green at the Hawaii Prince Golf Club, designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay! All funds raised from this tournament stay in Hawaii to support our local keiki facing life-threatening illnesses. 

The event includes lunch, a prize raffle and contests, followed by an auction and dinner at the day's end. 

To donate, contact Kathryn Perryman at (808) 237-6341 or email sjvatsbejvfurf@ulngg.pbz.

To volunteer, contact Glenn Mendoza at (808) 537-3118 ext. 121 or tzraqbmn@unjnvv.jvfu.bet.  


  • Jon Matsubara and Clendon Wong of Japengo at Hyatt pose in front of their booth offering a tasty treat for hungry golfers

  • David Nadelman, Area Vice President Hyatt Resorts Hawaii, addresses the Hyatt team at the start of the 8th Annual Swing for Wishes

  • On Thursday, October 23, 2014, hundreds of golfers came out to the Hawaii Prince Golf Club to raise money for Make-A-Wish Hawaii.

  • Golfers teed off at 11 a.m. for a day full of golfing on the Hawaii Prince Golf Course in Ewa Beach, designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay.

  • Throughout the course, numerous tents were set-up for golfers to get refreshments, food, sun protection, and more.

  • Golfers played in teams of three for the 8th Annual Swing for Wishes presented by the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa.

  • Make-A-Wish Hawaii staff and Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa staff line the clubhouse at Hawaii Prince Golf Course to cheer on golfers as they head out on the green.

  • Emily Kinsley and Hannah Kim of Hyatt Regency Beach Resort and Spa pose for a photo with Jenna Wawrzyniec of Make-A-Wish Hawaii in front of a Make-A-Wish Hawaii booth on the green.

  • Golfers at the 8th Annual Swing for Wishes teed off in celebration of a milestone - the past seven tournaments have raised $498,000 for Make-A-Wish Hawaii which has funded 80 wishes for Hawaii keiki battling life-threatening medical conditions.

  • One of the 80 teams at this year's Swing for Wishes stop to pose in front of their golf cart in-between holes.

  • Kalei Fernandes and Jed Inductivo of Green Energy introduce their new organic energy drink to golfers.

  • Wish granter Kanani Wond and Laurie Nadelman, wife of Hyatt Resorts Hawaii Area Vice President David Nadelman, kept golfers energized at the Hyatt Hot Dog Stand on the green.

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Make-A-Wish® Hawaii
P.O. Box 1877
Honolulu, HI 96805
(808) 537-3118 x100