Bowlers can pursue pin-felling prominence for two hours at Family Sports Center, strapped securely inside a pair of aerodynamic rental footwear. Send weighty orbs careening down the center or swirling in the shape of your signature on any of the alley's 32 lanes, in as many games as you can muster in two hours. Automatic scoring appears on TVs that float overhead, preventing the need for recounts and game-settling thumb wars. Children younger than 12 years old can bank lighter balls off of bumpers summoned from underground slumber. Purchase up to two additional Groupons as gifts and come as a crowd, or extend the focus from your solitaire tournament to side-by-side solo bowls.
The piercing sounds of clubs hitting golf balls echo across the fairways at Winding Creek Golf Course, an 18-hole, 6,367-yard course that bobs and weaves through the Thomasville countryside. The par 72 course incorporates elevation changes, doglegs that bend both directions, and intermittent water hazards to challenge every element of golfers' games. The course's full-length driving range also serves as the training ground for Thomasville Golf Academy, where veteran instructor Lloyd Scarberry helps golfers lower scores with swing advice and tips on how to read greens silently so their opponents can't overhear their techniques.
Course at a Glance:
* 18-hole, par 72 course
* Length of 6,367 yards from the farthest tees
* Course rating of 71 from the farthest tees
* Slope rating of 126 from the farthest tees
* Four tee options
From their home base at Deep River Golf Range, PGA-certified instructors Scott Duerscherl and Riley Kurtz help students along the path to lower golf scores. The teachers adhere to an overarching philosophy that there is no single perfect swing that works for every player. Instead, they tweak an individual's natural mechanics to create a comfortable swing that can be repeated even when hitting from difficult lies such as hillside dirt or camouflaged snares. During lessons with either Scott or Riley, students focus on the fundamentals of making proper contact with the ground in relation to the ball and controlling the ball's flight path. Casio high-speed cameras capture each cut for analysis with SwingView Pro software, which can spot swing-inhibiting problems such as backswing hitches and straitjacket polo shirts. On days when inclement weather prevents practice on the range, players can head to the indoor teaching area, complete with a sheltered putting green.
Discover a picturesque resort nestled among 1500 acres of oak pine and dogwood covered hills. Designed in a european style the resort makes a remarkable impression rising above the north carolina foothills. Grandover is the perfect location with exquisite guest rooms a full complement of exciting recreational activities and uncompromising service. Relax your mind tone your body and revitalize your spirit in the soothing spa at grandover. Pamper yourself in the sauna and steam rooms and enjoy soothing massages and european style facials. Enjoy tennis racquetball whirlpool indoor/outdoor pool and a state of the art fitness center.
Di Valletta Restaurant offers a wide variety of classic American dishes.
It s best to save your lighter eating habits for another day, though, as
is not featured on the menu here.
Dress is typically casual at Di Valletta Restaurant, so leave the fancy duds behind for the evening.
Di Valletta Restaurant can also cater your next party; call today for details.
Take advantage of valet parking at Di Valletta Restaurant's Club Rd location, and don't waste time circling the block.
Dining at Di Valletta Restaurant will set you back about $30 per person on average.
The menu at Di Valletta Restaurant includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner — stop by for your favorite meal.
Host of the PGA’s Wyndham Championship from 1977 to 2007, Proehlific Club at Forest Oaks's private course incorporates natural elements such as looming trees and severely sloping hills with manmade sand traps and water obstacles, challenging beginning and experienced golfers alike. Opened in 1962, the terrain was renovated in 2002 after the renowned Love Golf Design group reached out to professional golfers to find out what makes an ideal course. The main improvement, helmed by Davis Love III, was the resprigging of the fairway with bermuda grass, a strain of turf that can handle extreme temperature changes, and a redesign of the new greens. The course was featured on the PGA for over 30 years, and was enjoyed by Davis Love III as well as Rocco Mediate and many other professionals. While the golf course is the main attraction, the club also houses a pro shop, a 25-yard professional-size swimming pool, tennis courts, and a restaurant.