The golfing gurus at Edwin Watts Golf Academy diagnose and correct their students' poor swing and putting habits in an effort to help them improve their shots and lower their scores. In one-on-one swing-analysis sessions, students learn a repeatable swing that eliminates tendencies they may have to slice, hook, push, or pull the ball. A special laser attaches to the end of the player's club and tracks the swing path while JC Video swing-analysis software records the session from two separate angles, lest analysis be thrown off by only looking at the golfer's good side. Putting analysis employs Tomi technology to measure eight separate parameters of the putting stroke, from clubhead orientation at address to swing path and tempo. After swing and putting lessons, students may access the recordings on a password-protected website, so they can forward videos to friends or sports-documentary filmmakers.
Inside the climate-controlled environs of his 8,500-square-foot training center, Jeff Isler heads a team of teaching professionals that helps students of all ability levels shave strokes off their scores. Each lesson illustrates the importance of the game's fundamentals, such as grip, ball position, and posture. Players absorb these principles through customized drills, practice, and a steady diet of putting-green grass. Novices learn to build an efficient, repeatable swing, and seasoned veterans see what bad habits might be holding them back, such as an overly steep downswing. The teaching team also employs a number of different technologies to assist with the instruction process, with the TrackMan launch monitor and K-Vest training system treating students to further analysis of their techniques.
Drop off your sister's brood between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. and scoop them up at 4:30 p.m. after you've taken in a full day of kid-free bonding. At camp, young ones aged 4–13 will learn enjoyable skills through a diverse assortment of fun-fillers such as kayaking, archery, fishing, swimming, treasure hunts, target shooting, conservation, conversation, conversation about conservation, nature study, and more. Snacks are provided at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 2?4 hours
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Brands Used: Wilderness Systems
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
Pro Tip: Wear water shoes and bring sunscreen, a hat, and water.
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Rentals, lessons
Alongside the carefully selected staff of seasoned instructors of the family-friendly Discover Kayak, you might find yourself gazing into the sunset or paddling along a calm waterway where herons fly from tree to tree. The certified patient instructors lead both novice and experienced groups out onto the gentle waters of Lake Grapevine during leisurely tours and lessons in which they share kayaking techniques and tips for purchasing your own gear. And for those who'd like to explore the waters around Meadowmere Park on their own, they provide top-of-the-line rental gear, including touring, recreational, sit-on-top kayaks, and canoes. For most experiences the team offers, prior experience and gills are not necessary and instructors will set you up with safety gear, vessels, and the know-how to make your experience memorable.
FirstWave strives to help its clients via three basic tenets: fitness, health, and recovery. Whether clients are looking to lose some weight or increase their performance they'll find a host of services at FirstWave to guide them along. Personal trainers work with fitness neophytes and professional athletes alike to ensure maximum gains through customized training regimens. To boost results, FirstWave's nutrition consultants can create personalized meal plans and even offer low-carb, high-protein foods to fuel clients. And, to ensure peak performance while reducing the chance of injury, FirstWave offers an array of recovery options, including compression wear and a crew of certified massage therapists skilled in myofascial-release, trigger-point, and deep-tissue modalities, to name a few.
The Dance Place nurtures nascent toe-tappers through a packed schedule of fun, energetic group classes held in a cheery, purple studio. Under the tutelage of seasoned instructors, daily classes cover a range of rug-cutting methods including waltz, cha-cha, foxtrot, salsa, and other varieties. Amateur dancers can flaunt their newly perfected twists as they solidify technique, socialize with other hip-shakers, and soak up a host of health and wellness benefits. Each class matches students of similar experience levels to avoid unnecessary stumbles as they try to keep up, or the humiliation of accidentally getting served by their partners.