Davis Golf Course, recently voted Yolo County’s Best Golf Course by readers of the Davis Enterprise, sends its drive-happy denizens on a par 67 odyssey across 4,900 yards of lush fairways and manicured greens. When not staring down to line up shots with the argyle grids on their sweaters, golfers gaze out at sparkling emerald expanses that challenge all skill levels with small, sloping greens and water in play on 15 of 18 holes. While the course’s narrow fairways line up targets with clear lines of sight, balls must soar perilously close to water and Bermuda-grass triangles if they are to reach their flagged shelters. A cart speeds along the course, saving players’ from reckless piggybacking caddies.
Goalgetters' seasoned, kid-minded coaches lead tots 3–9 in age-specific clinics, introducing them to the worldwide phenomenon of soccer and instilling life lessons such as sharing, sportsmanship, and teamwork. Classes, comprising 8–12 students, allow younger groups to get a feel for the most basic of skills and older pupils to run, kick, and electric boogaloo to the more advanced stylings of European and Brazilian small-sided soccer. In addition to imparting the fundamental concepts, the coaches ensure pint-size Beckhams receive a high percentage of contact with the polygonal orb as they buzz about the 3,200-square-foot indoor facility that offers protection from ball-snatching pterodactyls.
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Flying chromatic spheres splatter across the turf and cover of Midway Paintball's six fields situated on 22 acres of woodlands and open spaces. Protective rental gear and paintball markers aid games of elimination, capture the flag, and save the king. The western field's buildings shelter tactical retreats, and the hyperball field's huge prone cylinders of corrugated piping allow for cat-like surprise attacks or intimidating sudden naps. Dotted with inflatable cover, the astroturf-covered NPPL–regulation field presents an ideal arena for professional-grade matches.
Foils clash and ring out through Davis Fencing Academy as students practice basic guards and prepare to spar. Sword master Simon Pitfeild walks up and down the line, correcting a grip here or an angle of attack there. His years of fighting at UC Davis, at the French Academy of Arms, and with the City of Davis fencing program are evident as you watch his precise style and the attention to detail he shows as he leads the team of coaches at Davis Fencing Academy.
Classes accommodate students of all skill levels, ranging from Mini Musketeer lessons for 6- to 8-year-olds to advanced training for adults who want to perfect their techniques or work toward competition. Adult and youth beginners’ classes introduce footwork and blade work for the foil, sabre, and épée, with the option of progressing to intermediate and advanced footwork classes. After lessons, students can engage in open sparring to hone their reflexes and practice monogramming everyone’s uniforms with their own initials.
The Davis Musical Theatre Company, one of the longest running nonprofit amateur musical-theater companies in California, embarks on its 27th season with a winning calendar of notable Broadway favorites. This season's lineup boasts a bevy of sing-along classics brimming with comedy, romance, and dialogue spoken in falsetto. Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I (September 9—October 2) spins a timeless tale of romance and internal romantic struggles, strung with a songbook that eternally leases the ears. Bye Bye Birdie (November 4–27) lovingly skewers the golden salad days of rock 'n' roll in an Elvis-haunted musical tribute to sock hops and bomb shelters made out of red meat. The New Year brings a flock of warmth to the season, with the fiery runs of Chicago (January 6–29) and Faust-tinged Damn Yankees(February 24–March 18). Rounding out the season is the unsinkable drama of the Tony winning Titanic – The Musical (April 13–May 6), followed by the scale-tipping comic shindigs of Hairspray(June 22–July 15). The intimacy of the Performing Arts Center's 238 seats allows musical-theater fans of all hat sizes to absorb the roaming melodies without the obstruction of a cartwheeling Nathan Lane.
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