Inside the 1,300-square-foot training area of Estero Martial Arts & Fitness, experienced and certified instructors teach classes for children and adults. Their curriculums include mixed martial arts, martial-arts drills for children aged 3–6, kickboxing, and aikido. The facility also hosts a pro shop for equipment, as well as an observation area with seating for onlookers.
As a former collegiate golfer and member of the Nationwide Tour, PGA teaching professional Jon Butler synthesizes his own experiences with the teachings of influential colleagues to form a unique teaching philosophy. Jon believes that each golfer’s swing should be custom fit to their set of physical characteristics to improve their play and lower their score. To achieve this, he uses advanced swing tools and demonstrations to help players find a balanced swing plane, as well as video analysis so golfers can determine whether they’ve eliminated the instinctual pirouette from their follow-through.
Though most instruction takes place on the range at West Bay Beach and Golf Club, Jon can also follow golfers out onto the course to teach course-management skills and strategy in different situations.
Trek Bicycle Store aspires to be the core of the cycling community, and its staff exhibits a company-wide passion for wheeled recreation through its services, knowledge, and extensive inventory. Inside Trek stores, riders browse all-purpose bikes including those for road cycling, triathlons, and kids. In addition, clothing and accessories from manufacturers such as Garmin, Shimano, and Bontrager fill hangers and shelves. Trek's experts tweak and twist parts during basic tune-ups and major overhauls, and their professional fitting service ensures every customer maintains a high level of comfort, even in rare cases where their bike ends up riding them. When not dishing out advice or making repairs, Trek leads several group rides and outings per week.
Yip Man, the Chinese grandmaster martial artist most famous for training Bruce Lee, instilled a legacy of instructional excellence in the students he taught in Hong Kong. This promise of expert training is what drew David Gallaher to the island city. Once there, he sought instruction from Yip Man's son, and even received certification by one of the elder's acolytes. Now, he shares his kung fu and jeet kun do expertise with students at his own training studio. Here, aspiring martial artists master martial arts techniques that instill balance, discipline, and self-confidence.
A windswept canopy of palm trees and tiki huts cast shadows over Golf Safari’s 18-hole mini-golf course, where putters explore a safari-themed pastiche of life-sized lion statues, jungly gardens, and misting waterfalls. Built upon a foundation of rocky outcrops, the emerald passageways swerve among the hooves of zebra sculptures, pretend giraffes, and real-life goat-human hybrids. Sprightly flowers and ponds dotted with lily pads greet putt-putt posses along the way, providing a tranquil contrast to pressure-packed putts. With each hole in one, players gain a lifetime of bragging rights against their competitors, as well as the eternal friendship of George T. Gorilla, the course’s primate mascot.