There are a lot of golf courses in Hawaii, but none that are actually closed.
This is because they are protected by a law that allows for a certain number of closures per year, and when those are not enough, the state has to close the golf course.
The golf course in the pictures is one of those, and it’s closed.
The law, passed in 1972, allows for the closure of golf course if it is deemed to be of “immediate concern” to public health.
But it has been very, very difficult to get the federal government to agree to the closures, even when there is a real threat to public safety.
This year, for instance, the government ordered the closure to be postponed until at least July, citing an outbreak of the coronavirus in Honolulu.
The Department of Agriculture, Forest and Natural Resources is currently in charge of maintaining the golf courses while they wait for the feds to agree.
The Honolulu Post has more on the history of Hawaii golf course closings.
Read more about golf courses on National Review.