Thunderbolt Pass Golf Course offers a range of holes that vary in difficulty and remain open all year. Load up into new Club Car Precedent carts for a tour around the 18-hole course, dubbed the Thunder course. As players make their way along the 18-hole loop, they can take scoring advantage of the numerous short par 4s, but must demonstrate control on the par 3s if they want to post a low score.
18-Hole Course at a Glance:
* Par 70
* Length of 6,145 yards from the back tees
* Three sets of tees per hole
Gear Up outfits adventurers to climb mountains, wander through wooded trails, and camp in the wilderness with a wide selection of outdoor apparel and tools. Shoppers slip their feet into Birkenstock shoes or Petzl crampons, scale cliffs with climbing gear from Climb High, or ply the waves of lakes and rivers with boats and paddles Old Town Canoe.
Studio S Dance Company
was opened to provide an environment where the art of dance and movement could be appreciated.
It has the best and most exciting instructors and classes available. Their extensive knowledge of dance, as well as for their ability to offer instruction in a supportive and nurturing manner.
Flying across 3,500 feet of lines suspended above the rolling foothills below, visitors at Eagles Wings Zipline can expect an adrenaline-packed experience during zipline tours that can last up to 2.5 hours. Sometimes up to 75 feet above the ground on lines that span more than 1,000 feet in length, zipliners can reach top speeds over 40-miles-per-hour while safely suspended from the sturdy lines. The course also includes thrilling components such as a bridge suspended 100 feet over the forest floor, suspended ladders that connect platforms, and at least two areas where visitors inadvertently scream and giggle like toddlers.
Across six indoor courts, the students and instructors at Evansville Tennis Center lob, serve, and volley tennis balls year-round. Classes are open to students aged 4 through adult, and the instructors have trained state and national champions and have also helped students nab scholarships. Students can bring their own racket to class, or use one provided by the center.
Designed by golf-course architect Robert M. Lohmann, Eagle Valley Golf Course stretches 6,692 yards through rolling terrain and rising crags of verdant knolls, creating a diverse landscape of testy tee-to-green holes. Duffer duos can challenge one another or pair up to face the course's ball-swallowing bunkers, mature trees, and hungry squirrels. An included golf cart accommodates golfers as they traverse through lush green lands on the hunt for a treasure chest of errant golf balls in the bottom of the course's four bodies of water.
Golfers can begin their day perfecting their pendulum swings on the property's driving range. With two buckets of balls, every club in the bag of trick sticks can see use, from the pitching wedge to the mannequin leg.