You’ve probably gotten the idea by now that these are not your ordinary golf experiences. And the golf shops at each course are not the run-of-the-mill green grass retailers either. Each course has a shop that reflects the personality of the course. Each course carries last minute golf essentials, logo’d items, yardage books, souvenirs, the latest equipment and apparel. Royal Links and Bali Hai have both won the most prestigious golf retailing recognition offered, being named to the “Top 100 Golf Shops in America” list. In the tropically themed Bali Hai golf shop you will find new and exciting apparel lines like the Indigo Palms line from Tommy Bahama.
Featuring Golf’s Hottest Brands and Collections
In fact this golf shop is the largest green grass account of Tommy Bahama in the world. They also feature new products from such notable golf retailers as Bobby Jones, where the shop features his line of cologne, note cards and higher-end outerwear pieces. You can find fold-up reading glasses in a soft case from Callaway and jewelry and novelty items as well. For the ladies, Bali Hai offers several non-traditional and contemporary lines, including Travis Matthews, AWS Collection by Ashworth, Indigo Palms, the very trendy Brighton line, Oasis Lite shoes from Adidas and the Clima Cool by Adidas. The selection is designed to offer outfits for both the course as well as for enjoying the night life of Vegas. GolfWorld Magazine has recognized Bali Hai as one of the country’s top golf shops in America for eleven years straight – 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013!
One of the Most Unique Golf Shopping Experiences
It is truly a boutique shopping experience and the friendly and knowledgeable staff provides personal shopper attention for their guests. Gift wrapping and shipping are also available. Inside the castle-style clubhouse of Royal Links, the shop features all that you would expect from a nationally ranked facility. It also houses an incredible collection of golf memorabilia. On one wall is a framed photo taken during a professional tournament played in Perth in 1864 that features Young Tom Morris, Willie Park, Old Tom Morris, Willie McDonald and GD Brown. On another wall is The Book of Putting, autographed by Willie Park, Jr. and inscribed with Open Champion, 1887, 89.