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Four Seasons Resort Lanai mixes golf with target shooting

Take Your Best Shots with “Birdies and Bulls-eyes”

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LANAI, HI (February 23, 2016) – Luxury travelers increasingly want to mix adventure with upscale amenities.  Meanwhile, more and more golfers are playing fewer holes—usually a fast and fun 9—as a way of enjoying a great round in less time. Put those trends together and you have Birdies and Bulls-eyes, a unique new offering from the AAA Five Diamond Four Seasons Resorts Lanai, an innovative vision of a luxury Hawaiian resort.

Birdies and Bulls-eyes combines a stunning golf experience on the cliffside Jack Nicklaus Manele Golf Course with exciting play on a gorgeous 14-station sporting clays course in the wooded uplands of Lanai. 

After an introductory safety lesson, adventurers suit up to get ‘on target’ at the 5 stand or on the sporting clays course. First-time shooters are fitted with a Beretta shotgun—one of the top choices in competitive equipment—based on weight and size to minimize recoil.  A range of targets simulates the flight patterns of different game birds as well as rabbits. Archery lessons, with traditional or 3D targets, are also available.

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After shooting at simulated birds, guests can go after real birdies on the Manele Golf Course, complimentary clubs included. The back nine (Ocean nine) provides a never-ending supply of camera-ready shots, with whales often sighted in the distance in wintertime. Golfers will have a hard time keeping their eye on the ball with jaw-dropping views from every hole.

Guests can experience Birdies and Bulls-eyes for $325 per person; the offer also includes a custom T-shirt from the Lanai Archery and Shooting Range or Manele Golf Course shop.  

 Four Seasons Resort Lanai features 213 guestrooms and suites in a series of low-rise buildings spread along the Pacific coastline and immersed in Hawaiian botanical gardens, providing a private residential experience. Additional facilities include the signature ONE FORTY restaurant, Malibu Farm, NOBU LANAI, a spa and wellness program, variety of complimentary activities, luxury retail boutiques, tennis, an 18-hole ocean-view Jack Nicklaus Signature Manele Golf Course, as well as an array of land, sea, and air activities. 

Four Seasons Resort Lanai is located on a pristine island offering a simpler pace of life; it truly reflects Hawaii as it was intended to be. For more information, or to make a reservation, please contact Four Seasons at 1-800-321-4666, visit your travel professional, fourseasons.com/lanai or join our online communities at Facebook @FourSeasonsResortsLanai, Twitter/Instagram @fslanai. Learn more about the destination at www.fourseasons.com/discoverlanai.  

 

Contact:

Kristen Hunter
Hunter Public Relations
khunter@hunter-pr.com
831/595-2700