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Trees draped in spanish moss catch the wind along the edges of the fairways at Shadowmoss Plantation Golf Club, where designer Russell Breeden sculpted a 6,701-yard course into the verdant grounds of a former plantation. Throughout the par-72 layout, ponds and streams ripple on the borders of nearly every hole, often forcing golfers to choose from taking a conservative line, challenging the hazard with a big swing, or releasing their golf ball to a family of catfish. Breeden's artful use of waterways is most noticeable at the par-5 eighth hole, where a stream splits to cut across the center of the fairway and wraps two watery prongs around both sides of the hole to add pressure as golfers contemplate their approach to the green. Bermuda-grass fairways and greens await golf balls that steer clear of the course's water hazards and the various sand traps occasionally populated by disoriented sunbathers. Before taking to the first tee, clubbers can warm up their swings and rehearse their putter-twirling routine at a practice complex that includes a driving range and a putting green. To keep golfers fresh during rounds, the club offers on-course beverage service and a full-service snack bar and lounge. Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par-72 course * Length of 6,701 yards from the farthest tees * Course rating of 72.3 from the farthest tees * Slope rating of 131 from the farthest tees * Five tee options * Scorecard
20 Dunvegan Dr
Charleston,
SC
US
At Arts For Fitness, students can take tae kwon do, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and yoga classes or go at their own pace in the 24-hour gym facilities. Highly experienced teachers lead the classes in a fun, welcoming environment. For instance, the studio's yoga instructor, Chi, has been practicing and teaching yoga since the 1990s and has studied under yoga masters Nicky Knoff and James Bryan.
3545 Mary Ader Ave
Charleston,
SC
US
Tom Koziol’s experience as a competitive tennis player informs the private, one-on-one lessons he teaches. As a USPTA/PTR-certified coach, he teaches lessons customized toward students’ playing styles & weaknesses. Tom demonstrates a deep understanding of the game through constant communication with his students, helping to sharpen the swings of basic, intermediate, and advanced players, from the beginner to college level. Each lesson plan is meticulously crafted to address the individual’s techniques and weaknesses. By switching up drills during every session, Tom keeps feet and wrists ready for the demands of the court. He also restrings rackets with custom-tuned tension settings, which helps players seamlessly sneak into parading jazz ensembles.
1580 Ashley Gardens Boulevard
Charleston,
SC
US
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