Sports in Cabot

Five or Ten Tae Kwon Do Classes with Optional Uniform at Impact Martial Arts (Up to 92% Off)

Impact Martial Arts

Little Rock

Students develop character and learn self-defense, discipline, and bully prevention skills at family-friendly martial arts school

$299 $23

View Deal

18-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four Including Cart Rental at The First Tee of Central Arkansas (Up to 53% Off)

The First Tee of Central Arkansas

Westwood Pecan Lake

Golfers traverse a nine-hole, 3,428-yard course twice over for an 18-hole round, giving them two chances to conquer each hole

$84 $40

View Deal

Martial-Arts Classes or an After-School Program at Grandmaster Hans Martial Arts of Central Arkansas (Up to 55% Off)

Grandmaster Hans Martial Arts of Central Arkansas

Conway

Students learn discipline and build confidence while learning to master martial arts such as jujitsu, hapkido, and tae kwon do

$75 $35

View Deal

$44 for $125 Worth of Martial-Arts Lessons — Conway Taekwon-do

Conway Taekwon-do

Conway

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$125 $44

View Deal

10 or 15 Tae Kwon Do and Self-Defense Classes at Gurrieri's Taekwondo USA (Up to 81% Off)

Gurrieri's Taekwondo USA

Benton

Sixth-degree black belt teaches martial-arts techniques to ages 6 to adult

$100 $20

View Deal

Four Weeks of Kids' or Adult Martial Arts Classes for One or Two at ATA Martial Arts of Jonesboro (Up to 81% Off)

ATA Martial Arts of Jonesboro

Jonesboro

Adults and kids alike hone physical and mental focus while getting great workouts in classes taught by master black belts

$127 $27

View Deal

Select Local Merchants

The 18-hole golf course at Greystone Country Club rollicks through the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, skirting past rocky outcroppings and pristine waterfalls. Architect Kevin Tucker molded the course to take advantage of these natural features, and then expanded upon them with additions such as the resplendent zoysia fairways and mini verde greens. The result is an outdoorsy challenge that forces players of all skill levels to demonstrate proficiency with every club in the bag, from the putter to the putt-conceding magic wand. After shaking hands on the 18th green, groups can then retire to the club's bar and grille, The Nines, where french fries can help tally overall scores.

Course at a Glance * 18-hole, par 72 course * 7,051 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 74.8 * Course slope of 137 * Five sets of tees

57 Greystone Blvd.
Cabot,
AR
US

Cypress Creek Golf Course slinks through Greystone subdivision, adding up to a 7,392-yard length that requires accuracy and length in equal measure. Designer Kevin Tucker drew up the course blueprint with aqua in mind; golfers confront water on 13 of the course’s 18 holes. Players must clear a meandering creek on the par-5 3rd hole, nimbly avoiding it off the tee, on their approach. Both hole 12 and hole 18 take hard doglegs left around a lake, while the par-3 16th hole features a dramatic shot into a unique island green, reminiscent of the famous 17th hole of the TPC at Sawgrass’s Stadium Course.

Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par-72 course * Total length of 7,392 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 74.9 from the back tees * Course slope of 136 from the back tees

34 Cypress Creek Dr
Cabot,
AR
US

A lifelong golfer who has putted and driven her way to three Women's U.S. Opens while earning her way in to the PGA Quarter Century Club, course professional Dawn Darter knows the ins, overs, and outs of The Greens' stunningly styled slopes—as well as its recently renovated greens and fairways. During each 45-minute private lesson, Darter tweaks swing mechanics with exercises that incorporate posture, wrist motion, and diaphragm control for more pleasant-sounding victory yodels. Mentor and PGA Professional Life Member Tom Hanson is also on-hand to instruct golfers in new tactics for skimming strokes from long and short games. If you'd rather skip to the part where you hit a ball so hard that it circumnavigates the globe and clonks you in the back of the head, head to the driving range area with a ball key card worth 12 large buckets, or 576 golf balls, and spend an afternoon blissfully pretending that each ball is the unusually small, dimpled white head of your boss.

7400 Highway 107
Sherwood,
AR
US

Students at Ahrang Martial Arts come away from classes fitter, lighter, and well versed in a variety of martial arts. From kickboxing and tae kwon do to muay thai and MMA, Ahrang's classes cater to students of all ages and ability levels. The company is so confident in the effectiveness of these classes that it guarantees students will lose 10 pounds after just six weeks of enrollment.

4047 East Kiehl Avenue
Sherwood,
AR
US

Steppin Out Ballroom's dance masters bring worlds of experience, passion, and enthusiasm to every group and private dance lesson. Their goal is always to create confident, well-rounded dancers. By encouraging students to begin with private lessons, they can customize programs to the individual and put the twinkle in their toes before twirling them into group lessons. Group classes are needed to perfect steps learned during private sessions and give dancers a social outlet. They further nurture the social side of dancing with practice parties, which let students show off their moves, dance with others who are also still learning, and enjoy a comfortable environment that simulates a night out at the club. The instructors also apply that same dedication to teaching engaged couples their first dance and leading kids during lessons and competitive teams.

13401 Chenal Parkway
Little Rock,
Arkansas
US

In his 20 years of experience, professional ballroom dancer Wesley Crocker has matched steps with champions. He has trained under seven-time ballroom world champions Bruno and Luann Collins, American-Rhythm champion Susie Thompson, and U.S. champion Cher Rutherford. Even with all of the high marks on his resum?, the title he covets most is "teacher."

Wesley hopes to translate his extensive background into lessons for students of all skill levels, which mainly focus on ballroom, Latin, and cabaret steps. He works to accommodate groups, couples, and individuals with a blend of private and public classes. Through his tutelage, he hopes to keep the art of dance alive and kicking as well as expose people to a more fun and effective way to fuse music with exercise than bench-pressing a flute.

1900 N University Ave
Little Rock,
AR
US