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Utilizing the same technology used to train military skydivers, SkyVenture re-creates the pulse-racing plunge of a free-fall through an enclosed vertical wind tunnel. Blasting air up in a seamless vertical column, SkyVenture's wind tunnel creates a flight chamber of smooth wall-to-wall airflow that grants you the temporary gift of flight without arm enchantments or the risk of melting waxen wings. Prior to liftoff participants receive video and personal instruction, then don their gear for two minute-long flights—the equivalent of three skydives from 13,000 feet or one ejection from Mount Olympus.

190 Paraclete Dr
Raeford,
NC
US

Dr. Raymond Frye kindles his passion for beautiful smiles by developing convenient at-home pearl-polishing devices to forge dentist-chair results. His ultrasonic toothbrush invigorates morning routines by scrubbing teeth at the speed of 30,000 dynamic strokes per minute. A built-in alert sounds every 30 seconds, letting brushers know to switch areas and reward themselves with a piece of saltwater taffy, before a two-minute timer signals the end of cleaning. For immediate enhancement, regimens such as the Icing 30 Carat system, JägerWhite gel, and Shazzam White gel brighten beams with varying strengths of carbamide peroxide, eschewing the expense and hassle of in-office treatments. Specialized whitening trays, which shape to fit the mouth in an easy at-home molding session, contour to the gum line to keep the whitening solution focused on its pearly objectives, never veering off to burnish marble statues or someone else’s teeth.

217 W Russell St
Fayetteville,
NC
US

Twin shops sharing a rooftop, The Trophy House and Clark Sporting Goods specialize in high-quality plaques and trophies, sporting goods, and embroidered and screen-printed apparel. Emblazon your favorite Walt Whitman poem or team mascot on high-quality hats and shirts, or opt for one of the premade designs. Once bedecked in newly personalized duds, peruse the offerings of football, basketball, and baseball equipment available. Luminaries such as Bob Hope, John Wayne, and Colin Powell own awards bearing The Trophy House's detailed engraving, which prides itself on a tradition of military use.

3006 Bragg Blvd
Fayetteville,
NC
US

With 18,000 square feet of climbing surface, more than 40,000 climbing holds, and 60 top ropes, the family-friendly facility at The Climbing Place welcomes ascending neophytes and experienced vertical voyagers. Hone skills and have fun while confronting the gravitational constant of the universe in a grueling showdown—the experienced staff sets the routes according to USCCA certifications. The Climbing Place's indoor space incorporates a diversity of grades, classic feeling moves, and challenges for different skill levels. Following a 20-minute belay class that covers techniques needed for safe scaling, newly appointed adventurers can hit the walls for a full day of rock climbing, and experienced climbers can cavort and gambol atop the challenging ascents. Your Groupon includes all the necessary rock-climbing gear, including a harness, a belay, and an epic soundtrack that crescendos as you reach the top.

436 W Russell St
Fayetteville,
NC
US

We are a full service NAUI Pro Platnium Training center. We offer Gear Sales, Gear Service, & Scuba Instruction. We are the only shop in Fayetteville, NC that can certify you from Open Water through Instructor Trainer. We offer multiple lines of equipment for sale and top rated gear in our rental department.

5447 Yadkin Rd
Fayetteville,
NC
US

National Golf Club is the result of a collaboration nearly 20 million years in the making. Ancient oceans sculpted the terrain's hills and made it suitable for longleaf and southern pines to grow high. Then golf legend Jack Nicklaus swooped in to lend his expertise. He designed each hole, doglegging his signature wide fairways toward fast, undulating greens of bent grass. Then there?s the water. Four lakes toy with golfers on all but a handful of holes, testing their accuracy and tact as they flirt with disaster.

Perhaps most notable is the par-4, 439-yard fifth hole. Following a blind drive, players test their technical savvy with a downhill approach toward a rocky creek and a 5-foot hand-stacked stone wall. A short shot could mean a bogey, or worse, a swim. Nicklaus?s design rewards the risk taker, though?a backstop behind the green gives long shots a helping hand, rolling them back toward the hole.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par-72 course

  • Total length of 7,122 yards from the back tees

  • Course rating of 75.5 from the back tees

  • Slope rating of 138 from the back tees

  • Four sets of tees per hole

  • Scorecard

1 Royal Troon Dr
Pinehurst,
NC
US