At One Inch Punch Jeet Kune Do, instructor Patrick Kelley and his staff teach the art of Jeet Kune Do. Created by Bruce Lee, the martial art pays as much attention to skills such as setting goals and being grounded as it does to learning self-defense and how to fend off 1,000 robbers at once. For even more self-defense–minded lessons, Kelley and company also schedule Boxing, Kickboxing, and Brazilian Jujitsu classes.
Helmed by lifelong Cortland residents Stephen and Patricia Jordan, Shipwreck Golf Amusement Center regales fun-seeking guests of all abilities with three engaging attractions. The 18-hole, indoor black light mini-golf course takes putt-putters on a pilgrimage through a 450-foot labyrinth of smooth faux-greens framed by phosphorescent murals depicting underwater ruins and neon incarnations of each golfer’s embarrassing yearbook photos. Playful music is complemented by emerald corridors that snake through a pirate-themed pastiche of misting waterfalls, wooden ships, and lush palm trees. The scampering feet of kids age 2–10 can bounce, bound, and barrel roll across the cushy floor of the bounce houses that populate Shipwreck’s play area, which also includes a dress-up area, two play houses, and a play office where kids can jubilantly file tax forms.
Located in central New York, just off New York State Thruway exit 40, midway between Rochester and Syracuse, sonorous moos and sloshing tins of milk once echoed across this idyllic nine-hole course, which James and Dee Ball converted from their family dairy farm in 1968. Since then, Meadowbrook Golf Club has seen a slew of proprietors, each of whom have added their own distinct touch by installing automatic watering, improving the drainage system, or building a 40’x80’ pole barn to house equipment and botched Dorf clones.
In May 2008, PGA golf professional Trey Walewski and his wife, Tina, took over the Meadowbrook. The golf club remains a family owned and operated business with Trey and Tina, and their daughters, Taylor and Sydney, taking on the operations of the course, practice facilities, pro shop, and bar and grill.
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In the cardio-salsa and Latin movement group classes, students internalize Latin rhythm as they learn salsa steps and syncopations from instructor Roberto Perez. Would-be salsa shakers can attend either the Monday or Tuesday classes, held at Center Group Fitness Studio in Fayetteville at 6:30 p.m., or the Wednesday class, held at Pine Grove Country Club in Camillus at 7:45 p.m. Partners are rotated throughout each class, so show up solo and captivate a succession of would-be paramours.