The lush, 160-acre course at Lombard Glen offers a fun and challenging round of golf for novice greenspersons and experienced golfers alike. Nine different holes feature treacherous water hazards for the speckled spheres to avoid while soaring through the air, and large bent-grass greens offer a fun challenge for X-treme putting throwdowns between friends or enemies. Bone up on your driving skills on more than 6,000 yards of playing area, or meticulously perfect a putting technique to impress future romantic prospects that may be wandering the course’s bordering forest.
When asked who was eligible to attend his CrossFit classes, Justin Roosenmaallen told the Brockville Recorder and Times, "There are no limits." He and his staff of certified CrossFit instructors stand by this credo in more ways than one at CrossFit Brockville. Their judgment-free attitude makes both newbies and competitors feel comfortable inside the gym, where they push their guests to redefine what "limit" means on a personal level. They lead traditional CrossFit workouts—including women-only and kids' variants—as well as kettlebell, yoga, and MMA classes, adjusting each exercise to suit different strength levels. Instead of stocking the space with cumbersome machinery, the trainers utilize the basics: barbells, pull-up racks, medicine balls, and cows that refuse to move from doorways.
Sculpted into the banks of the St. Lawrence River, Iroquois Golf Club’s links-style course spans 6,158 yards of gently undulating terrain. As players traverse the picturesque par 72, riverside winds, relatively sparse trees, and scorecards printed in Gaelic channel the coastal charms of the old courses of the Emerald Isle. Intervening waterways appear on all but three holes, placing confident swings and sound course management at a premium. Rounds conclude with a dramatic finish at the par 3 18th hole, where approach shots must send golf balls soaring over a water hazard that sits between tee and green and houses a community of great blue herons who raise their young on a golf ball-based diet. Patrons who arrive by plane at the Iroquois Air Strip or by boat at the Iroquois Marine Services can call the golf club and arrange for a shuttle to drive them to and from the course.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Course rating of 68.8 from the farthest tees * Slope rating of 127 from the farthest tees * Length of 6,158 yards from the farthest tees * Three tee options * Link to scorecard
An experienced team of instructors, captained by masters John and Peter Douvris, helps Ottawans get fit while learning self-defense during kickboxing and karate classes. Comprised of three classes—kickboxing, Cardio Bag, and Body Shape—the kickboxing program builds endurance, chisels muscles into diamond-like hardiness, and improves reaction time and coordination for dodging projectile bags of money. Kickboxing classes sync footwork drills to antielevator music, and Cardio Bag classes instill proper punching form with heavy-bag routines (must bring boxing gloves or hand wraps). Specialized weight training isolates muscle groups during Body Shape classes, which also incorporate calisthenics and stretching exercises.
Led by fourth-degree Brazilian Jiu Jitsu purple belt Jason Motardowner, the team at Tekken Martial Arts Academy specializes in martial arts for students of all ages. Whether students want to become martial arts masters, get fit, or improve their self-confidence, Tekken caters to them with a variety of programs including Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, grappling, mixed martial arts, and self-defense/Hapkido. They also hold fitness-themed classes such as cardio kickboxing and muay Thai, and TRX suspension circuit training.