Designed by former PGA Champion and Texas native Don January, Fort Worth Golf Club’s 18-hole course takes golfers on a club-swinging expedition across 6,600 yards of tree-lined fairways and emerald topography. Though towering arbors provide the bulk of the course’s sphere-impeding obstacles, a medley of other obstructions augment their twiggy efforts, including six water hazards known to feast on the life-force of errant golf balls. Formerly known as the private Eagle Mountain Country Club, Fort Worth Golf Club has opened up its emerald corridors to the public for the first time in 40 years, allowing new golfers the chance to drive, pitch, and shot-put their balls across the rolling hills of Eagle Mountain Lake. Before each round, golfers can warm up for the round by joyfully pummeling golf balls at the club’s driving range, where 48 natural-grass hitting bays serve as outdoor laboratories for players’ swing experimentations and their ongoing attempts to cross-breed divot tools with worker ants.
Champion ATA Martial Arts started in 2006 with only a handful of students. Today our school has 3 Full Time employees and 3 part time employees! We provide Martial Arts Training for the whole family. Tiny Tigers 3-6 Junior Programs Black Belt Club and Leadership, Adult classes available. Your never too old to start !!
The dentists of Eagle Mountain Dentistry know that prevention is the key to a healthy, attractive smile. That's why they thoroughly analyze the condition of teeth and gums with oral cancer exams and digital x-rays. Then, they treat dental issues with services that range from teeth-whitening treatments to tooth implants. Patients can rest easy knowing that the dentists have more than a decade of experience behind them.
At Lake Country Dental, Dr. Ray Snider treats adults with general, cosmetic, and sedation dental services, but he specializes in implant dentistry to restore missing teeth. He also hides broken or misshapen teeth with CEREC crowns, which are made in a single visit, and Lumineers veneers. Dr. Snider’s partner, pediatric dentist Dr. Aaron C. Blackwelder, keeps kids’ teeth healthy so that they have some leverage when haggling with the tooth fairy.
Patients waiting for their appointments can take advantage of free WiFi in the waiting room. During their treatments, they cozy up with blankets and watch 32-inch cable TVs.
As they enter the training circle at Curves, female guests come face-to-face with the smiles of other women. And just as points on a circle share a common distance from the circle's center, workout participants share the experiences of those nearby by trading stations throughout the 30-minute training session. One minute is spent on a piece of strength-training equipment built for feminine frames and designed to work two opposing muscle groups with a single movement. Exercisers then move on to a recovery station, where they run, jog, or dance to maintain heart rates and keep platforms in place during momentary losses of gravity.
Scott Marks remembers the aromas of his childhood in Bucktown, Louisiana: gumbo, crawfish pie, and jambalaya. Along with business partner Richard Sloan, he opened Boo Ray’s to spread the fragrant food he loved so much, trying to mimic his family’s cooking down to the spicy corn-flour-blend coating a plate of shrimp and the andouille sausage flecking the gravy pooled atop a chicken-fried steak. In addition to classic jambalaya and red beans and rice, the cooks also tackle staples of fine dining such as filet mignon, which they stuff with shrimp and crab and top with homemade crawfish hollandaise. Seafood takes a starring role in dishes ranging from cedar-plank salmon to shrimp en brochette, which are stuffed with jalapeños and cheese before being wrapped in bacon. Guests can kick back in a dining room large and relaxed enough for groups of all sizes and age ranges or share baskets of marinated, deep-fried alligator while shouting love poems at the athletes on one of the bar’s 10 flat-screen TVs.