With few trees to knock down errant drives, the wide-open course at Kestrel Ridge rewards control and course-management skills for players negotiating its more than 6,000 yards. Players point their tee shots down the center of the fairway from one of four different sets of tees, taking care to avoid numerous lurking fairway bunkers and the water hazards that run alongside the fairways of holes 1, 8, 9, and 10. When they're not engaging in physical altercations with swirling crosswinds, visitors should take time to appreciate the open expanse of rolling Wisconsin countryside through which the course winds. The track saves its crown jewel for last, with an 18th hole that forces players to nail a small, sloping landing area from the tee and then carry their approach over a rock ravine that runs alongside the right of the hole and contains fossils of Neanderthal golfers.
After a round, tired golfers can head to the clubhouse bar for traditional pub fare or re-create dramatic putts on the two large putting greens. A driving range hosts hitters on both grass and rubber mats and challenges them to assail greens located strategically between 125 and 230 yards away.
Hotel Year Built 1968 Year Remodeled 2007 Additional Property Description Visitors to this comfortable Beaver Dam, Wisconsin hotel will enjoy a variety of amenities as well as close proximity to local businesses and schools. The BEST WESTERN Campus Inn Motor Lodge offers easy access to area businesses and schools including John Deere, Kraft Foods, Wayland Academy, and the University Wisconsin Madison. Guests visiting this Beaver Dam, Wisconsin hotel, whether for business or leisure, will enjoy the on site cocktail lounge, room service, indoor pool, and hot tub. Each well appointed room features free high speed Internet access, cable television, and in room movies. Microwaves, refrigerators, and whirlpool rooms are available upon request. The BEST WESTERN Campus Inn Motor Lodge offers plentiful conference and meeting space for corporate and group events, as well as a friendly and attentive catering staff. Make an online reservation today.
For more than 90 years, Sterling Optical’s physicians and eyeglass specialists have paired peepers with stylish brand-name frames. Men, women, children, and seeing-impaired mannequins can browse frames by Coach, Michael Kors, Tom Ford, and Kenneth Cole (designer frames are $229+), among others such as Peachtree Eyewear ($119). Eyewear technicians forge lenses in about one hour before bestowing customers with two pairs of custom frames—one for daily wear and one for incognito trips to the grocery store. If within 30 days of their purchase patrons tire of frames with x-ray vision, Sterling Optical will gladly replace said specs with another pair of equal or lesser value.
King Pin Management LLC nurtures and guides three restaurants and a dozen bowling centers all across Wisconsin, including King Pin Bowl. Their staff consultants and accountants track all these operations, tallying every penny while auditing employee performance. In addition, training instructors travel around to give employees refresher courses on proper workplace conduct, while menu developers help make restaurant offerings more taste bud-friendly. Not even pinsetters and floors escape the staff's attention?technicians comb every bowling lane and machine to root out faulty wiring and make sure new pin system computers know how to form a perfect triangle.
Snap Fitness, bustling with cardio and strength-training gear, throws open the doors to its facilities 24/7. Before exercisers put sneakers to treadmills or lift their first weights, staff meet with them to talk about their fitness goals before suggesting personalized fitness plans based on clients' strength, cardio condition, and bionic-limb manufacturers. The gym keeps members motivated with regular check-in calls and demystifies healthful eating with custom online meal plans designed by nutritionists. Staff also forestall exercise-routine boredom by working individually with clients on a routine basis.
Established in 1969, Feil's Supper Club blends the best flavors of Wisconsin and Europe's Wisconsin into an extensive menu of traditional German and American fare. Teutonic tasters can line their stomachs with homemade white or onion rye bread made with a recipe brought straight from the family's bakery in Germany, then mouth-tackle a Bavarian feast of tender sausage combined with tangy sauerkraut ($14.95). Herb's Special tops a center-cut sirloin steak with homemade, hand-breaded onion rings ($16.95), and the deep-fried frog legs give more aquatic appetites an opportunity to expand their horizons ($15.95). All entrees come with an all-access pass to the 15-foot salad bar of gourmet greenery and homemade soup alongside 15-foot pieces of cheese from a local Wisconsin cheese orchard ($8.95 à la carte). Feil's bountiful bar keeps creaky conversations lubricated with imported German beer as well as tap wine and brandy old fashioneds.