Lāna‘i, Hawai‘i (March 21, 2017) – For golfers who enjoy collecting for their bucket list of the world’s best golf courses, Four Seasons Resort Lanai is selling its logo golf resort merchandise, including a complete lineup of golf apparel, online for the first time.
The exclusive logo merchandise allows guests who have vacationed at the Resort – or anyone who aspires – to own a piece of Lanai’s magic. Showing off the beautiful Manele Golf Course logo, which is in the shape of the island and depicts its upland and seaside geographies, identifies the wearer as someone who appreciates superb golf, and places them among a proud group of Lanai lovers.
“We have fans of Four Seasons Resort Lanai around the world sporting our logo and sharing stories about their visits,” says Scott Ashworth, Director of Golf. “It doesn’t take much prodding to get them to recap their rounds at Manele Golf Course, to revisit the Resort’s magnificent ocean views and vistas, or to share tales of their other island adventures. The logo evokes memories and now, with the online shop, it’s particularly convenient to buy souvenirs and great gifts from Lanai.”
Apparel options include shirts (active, luxury, sport and military camo), t-shirts, outerwear, sweaters, shorts, swimwear, robes and hats. In addition to a large inventory for men and women, there is a selection of shirts available for youths. Customisable accessories, such as scarfs and throw blankets, also can be ordered, along with glass barware. Shoppers can choose where they want to place the logo and customised embroidery options, such as monograms, with all purchases.
For a complete look at the merchandise offerings, visit Four Seasons Resort Lanai Catalog.
The Signature Jack Nicklaus Manele Golf Course is one the premier 18-hole layouts in Hawaii, with a reputation for excellence in design and playability as well as ocean views on every hole. Built on lava outcroppings, the course features three holes on cliffs that use the Pacific Ocean as backdrop and as a water hazard. The five-tee concept challenges the best golfers – tee shots over natural gorges and ravines must be precise.