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Parting Shot

A portrait of Hawaii business life

DAWN PATROL
4:50 a.m., Monday
Ala Wai Golf Course

>> Golfers gather outside of the Ala Wai Clubhouse, waiting for a chance to play the course’s back nine at sunrise. Ala Wai Golf Course reports more than 500 rounds a day — 180,000 a year — making it one of the busiest in the world. Flat, short and with few hazards, the municipal course is also one of the fastest-playing — and most affordable — on the island. photography by Sergio Goes

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