Have you ever checked in for a round of golf and were distracted by the merchandise displays? That is what happens when you stroll down the historic hallway of Bedford Springs. Pretty racks of shirts and socks beckon you into the Old Course Golf Shop where colorful options span many brand choices of apparel and accessories. It is no wonder that the PGA of America named Director Ron Leporati “Resort Merchandiser of the Year” in 2014. He continues to pack the little shop with an abundant selection of golf sportswear and gifts. His partner in style, Bernadette Feuillet purchases the ladies’ preferred selections. She loves EP Pro dresses and ensembles, the new bright pink collection of Jamie Saddock’s signature designs and the classic tailoring of Tail products. Turn and purple Anika costumes by Cutter and Buck call out. Bernadette likes to introduce different lines and so will bring in a few Kevan Hall pieces to try – scuba style zip up dresses and jackets. Artistic prints mix and match with solids throughout the shop for wardrobe alternatives, accessorized by Glove It visors and pouches.


A large blue Marc Jacob handbag anchors the top of a display as whimsical Sydney Love golf key chains dangle below. Marc Jacob shoes proved to be big sellers along with Footjoy. Since space is limited, they are happy to drop ship the right size to your home or office.


Men’s apparel brands include Greg Norman, Under Armor, Adidas and Sakmann.
All the fashions for both genders are well accompanied by Antas Signature Collection leather belts. Just pick the color and grain.
Presentation some say “Is everything.” Variety and color is key to the presentations at the Old Course Golf Shop. The resort is a must visit on the list of any history buff, pro or duffer. An hour and a half from Pittsburg and Oakmont of US Open fame, the Old Course is a fantastic track to don your golf wears. Nothing will disappoint at Omni Resorts Bedford Springs.DSC_0043