Great golf and a new “Nine & Wine” program means guests at Four Seasons Resort Lānaȉ at Manele Bay will have the opportunity to first enjoy nine holes of afternoon golf on one of the world’s most beautiful golf courses in the world followed by wine and cheese on the cliffs at a restaurant named, Views.
It doesn’t matter if you are a scratch golfer or an 18-handicapper, you love this offer while in paradise.
The “Nine & Wine” program is available for guests at the resort beginning at 3 p.m. and is $195/for golfers and $75 for those who want to ride along and drink the wine!
“This is a relaxing way for our golfing guests to enjoy a taste of our island hospitality,” said Scott Ashworth, Director of Golf at the Four Seasons. “It’s ideal for golfers arriving to the resort mid-day, or just to cap off another day in paradise.”
Manele is a Jack Nicklaus-designed layout where every hole offers majestic ocean views. Golfers love the course’s signature par-three 12th hole that features the tee box 150 feet above the crashing surf, challenging golfers with a deliciously dangerous shot to the green. It’s hard to keep you eye on the ball with all of beauty around you.
Views is the resort’s new clubhouse restaurant that offers views of Pu’u Pehe, or Sweetheart Rock, and the Manele Bay beach below. Enjoy the wine, the cheese and the perfect sunsets.
The island of Lāna’i is easily accessible via air with seven flights per day (five on Island Air, two on Ohana) or five ferry crossings per day from Maui.
For more information about Four Seasons Resort Lānai at Manele Bay, visit www.fourseasons.com/manelebay or follow the resort on Twitter at @fslanai.
Rick Limpert is an Atlanta-based writer that covers events, sports, and technology. He writes golf travel pieces for Yahoo, Examiner.com, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution. You can follow him on Twitter at @RickRoswell.