4-C Stables hands equine enthusiasts the reins to its team of even-tempered horses for trail rides, camps, and lessons within its expansive facility. Stable owner Stacey, a veterinary technician by training, heads up 4-C's 60-minute horsemanship lessons, which are tailored to each rider's experience and introduce varied aspects of horses and horse care. Students begin with the basics of safety and grooming before matriculating to more advanced equitation topics, such as dismounting and riding in slow motion for dramatic effect. With successful completion of all beginner-level requirements, students can graduate to intermediate studies, where they learn such skills as proper care of the tack, issuing verbal commands, and riding with the correct posture.
Signature service: Horseback-riding lessons for all ages
Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
Pro Tip: Be sure to dress appropriately for the weather. We ride rain or shine.
A former brickyard may not be the first place one would think to build a golf course, but Old Brickyard Golf Course has succeeded in turning the one-time site of Ferris Brick Company into a fun-and-surprising 6,486-yard layout. By working around three former quarries, the course architect added stark elevation changes and wide-open vistas to the par 71 course. TifEagle greens roll atop land that was once nothing but rugged, natural clay, creating smooth, fast surfaces that make any two-putt a tricky proposition. Before taking to the course, golfers energize with hot dogs and drinks at the clubhouse, warm up swings at the all-grass driving range, or bury time capsules in the practice bunker so they can remember what life was like before their 18-hole rounds.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 71 course * Total length of 6,486 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 70.6 from the back tees * Course slope of 125 from the back tees * Three sets of tees per hole * Scorecard
No athlete ever got worse by practicing the fundamentals. At Elite Players Club, coaches?many who played at the professional and division 1 college level?help baseball and softball players between the ages of 5 and 18 take their skills to the next level by turning proper form and technique into second nature. The training programs include regularly scheduled camps and clinics that cover virtually every aspect of the sport, including throwing, catching, batting, pitching, and doing the wave. Coaches also dive into the strategic thinking required to help players instinctively make smart plays and put together conditioning workouts to improve players' strength and stamina over time.