Designed by esteemed fairway artist P.B. Dye, Crimson Creek Golf Club's 18-hole course summons golfers with 6,992 yards of well-groomed greenery. Constantly primped by a cavalry of lawnmowers and displaced hairstylists, the course sports a high-quality grass to help putts smoothly hold their line. A segment of the scenic course runs in a wide horseshoe pattern around the north end of Lake El Reno, which?along with a series of ponds that come into play throughout the round?compensates for the layout's scarce population of trees by gobbling up errant shots. Before taking to the first tee, golfers can take a few practice cuts at the club's driving range, check out the pro shop to load up on balls, or visit the Hook-N-Slice Restaurant for a bite to eat or a fork to use as a makeshift divot tool.
The Trail of Terror takes brave guests on a walking tour, where grisly displays and ghosts await around every bend in the road. For another bloodcurdling adventure, be sure to visit the haunted barn?its resident spooks sneak up on visitors and elicit screams with their ghoulish makeup and roaring chainsaws.
Most Popular Service: Self Defense
Reservations/Appointments: Not offered
Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Brands Used: Century Martial Arts
Pro Tip: Be confident and coachable.
Winner of the 2009 Nickelodeon Parents’ Pick award for Best Martial Arts Class, the trophy-hoarding instructors from Cheatwood’s Family Martial Arts enlighten pupils of all ages in the art of self-defense. With its smorgasbord of classes, the dojo specializes in everything from kids’ karate and anti-bullying to adults’ kickboxing and extreme body makeovers, all without the hassle of spirit possession. Between them, instructors Troy and Chris Cheatwood and Jim Butin have won world championships in kickboxing and continuous sparring. Cheatwood’s furnishes all necessary equipment for each class, and today's deal also includes either a uniform or gloves, tailored to the physical demands and psychic brainwaves of each class. Alongside lessons in throws and submission holds, children’s classes promote self-esteem by instilling young karate choppers with a sense of confidence and self-discipline.
Earlywine Tennis Center helps amateur racket-wielders ascend to excellence with 12 well-lit outdoor courts and a fully stocked modern pro shop. Young beginners camps focus on imparting the fundamentals of the game to children age 5–9, and are held 9 a.m.–10:30 a.m., Monday through Friday. More mature players looking to pick up a racket or those with prior forehand experience can take a swing at the older beginners or intermediates classes, which are designed for tennis lovers age 9–17, and are held 9 a.m.–11 a.m., Monday through Friday. Concentrating on footwork, score keeping, and ref flattery, older beginners or intermediates classes employ strategy and drills that become more challenging as the player's ability improves. Small class sizes ensure that each student receives individual instruction as focused as a laser beam viewed head-on through a microscope. All camps also include a free T-shirt and hard-court-flavored victory taffy.
Kim Massay offers a plethora of classes to motion mavens of all ages, levels of skill, and areas of interest. The small sessions consist of 12–18 dancers, under the tutelage of the studio's expert instructors. Both casual and competitive classes are available, allowing students to kinetically express their joyful release or horseradish craving in the appropriate setting. Age-specific classes match students of similar skill levels in classical twirling callings including jazz, tap, and ballet. More modern movers can move to the beat of hip hop, contemporary, and Zumba drums, and ballroom courses challenge duos of hoofers to perform in a room full of colorful plastic orbs. Each course begins with a warm-up session, followed by floor exercises, a technical skill workshop, and choreography practice in the bright, polished studio, lined with photos of dancers in motion. Kim Massay's studio is open Monday through Thursday. Classes for all ages take place in the afternoon and evening, and students can take up to five per week. Because of the broad range of class offerings, students should call the studio for a full schedule.