A Day of Adventure
If you’ve ever sat for more than five minutes in a cubicle daydreaming of what it would be like to take a different life path, to “pack it all up” and move to the Hawaiian Islands, you should take a cue from Dennis Rapp. Though he never spent much time in an office, he did ditch the cold winters of Ohio for the tropical paradise that is Lanai in order to in order to manage Lanai Pine Sporting Clays & Archery at Four Seasons Resorts Lanai, The Lodge at Koele.
For seasoned sport clay veterans or a novice holding a gun for the first time, The Lanai Pine Sporting Clays and Archery Range offers a wide variety of experiences for those with adventure on the mind. Every one of Dennis’ lessons begins with proper safety and handling instructions. Then, once each shooter is properly outfitted, they each pick out their shooting rifle; men usually opt for the heavier 12-gauge variety, while most women and children use either 20- or 28- gauge shotguns. Both Remmingtons and Barettas are available.
Plus, The Pine Sporting Clays and Archery Range 14 clay stations are unlike most in the world. From the picturesque island of Molokai in the distance to the chance to shoot clay Hawaiian quail, it is an almost irresistible, once in a lifetime activity that few ever the opportunity to experience.
If you’re still craving a sport that involves the uniqueness of the island without the firepower, then try replacing a 12-guage with a 9-iron at Koele Golf Course, Four Seasons Resort Lanai’s world-renowned golf course. Designed by golf legend Greg Norman and architect Ted Robinson, Koele Golf Course will lead you down a path of 18 holes draped in cool, misty scenery at 2000 ft above sea level. The cooler weather means that Koele Golf Course is the only course in Hawaii that can maintain bent grass greens, universally considered the finest putting surface on Earth.
Regardless of what path you take, in both life and leisure, adventure is always just around the corner at The Lodge at Koele.