The Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay has added two new athletic programs to its property as it aligns itself with the island’s growing appeal to sporty travelers, following a number of major sports events that have taken place in the island in the past few years.
In a program called Ticket to Ride, the hotel has partnered with luxury surfing company TropicSurf to offer guests of all levels—beginners to advanced—access to the island’s waves, with classes that are tailored to their needs. Beginners can take advantage of the gentler beach break off the resort’s Coconut Grove beach, while more experienced surfers are given the option of traveling to nearby locations, including around Uluwatu Peninsula, Nusa Dua, and Sanur.
Ticket to Ride also offers a unique coaching methodology, with each class accommodating a maximum of four people to ensure a personalized learning experience for each participating guest.
In another more recent addition to its range of sports activities, Four Seasons has also launched the Jim Courier Tennis clinic, an international tennis coaching program based in New York, which offers guests at partnering resorts around the world the opportunity to learn the sport from trained professionals.
For its classes, Four Seasons has appointed JCT coaching professional Ling Chan to help guests of all levels improve their tennis skills. Chan, with more than five years of coaching experience under her belt, will be coach-in-residence until January 2016, hosting a variety of daily classes for interested guests.
The resort will also be catering to social match-ups and private sessions, while its synthetic grass court will be lit in the evening for night play.
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