Oahu: United States Army, undated, mid-1950s to early 60s. Single cardstock leaf, 7x4 inches, printed in blue and red inks and folded (once) to make a scorecard with rules of play; mildly edgeworn with corner-tip crumple-lines and faintest touch of dust. Quite a nice look to this, and it has never been filled in or marked in any way; a very good exemplar. Accompanying the item is a googled pagelong printout from 2005 giving Leilehua's history (built 1948) and playing characteristics (viz the unique 8th hole which forces a drive to the top of a hill before pin can be seen).
Dating is problematical, but in 1953 Norman Thibodeau was a "new head pro" who "started planting the Norfolk pines that today are found throughout the golf course"