Course architect Timothy Liddy designed The Trophy Club's 247-acre course, which Golf Digest recently ranked as Indiana’s Best Public Course in 2008. Prairie Creek stream meanders throughout the links-style course, which is characterized by open fairways framed by native grasses, mounded terrain, and deep bunkers. The course kicks off with a par 4 and before reaching the most difficult stretch at hole 6, whose treacherous bunker lures dimpled orbs away from their destination with ample sunlight and free tanning lotion. Blue and fescue grasses create slick putting surfaces on each green, sparing players the need to unroll their own green carpets for putting through their final strokes. After a day of chipping and driving, golfers can refuel in the clubhouse with sandwiches, hot dogs, and frosty brews at the Hogan Bar and Grill.
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The Zionsville High School Aquatics Center consists of a competitive pool with eight, 25-yard lanes, a diving pool with two one-meter boards, and a shallow pool for teaching. Each maintains a comfortable temperature of 80 degrees or more. So whether guests drop by for the low-impact, high-energy AquaFit class, a solo workout in the lanes, or an open swim, they’ll stay warm in the balmy waters.
Our world has given rise to countless pairings, both inspired (buttered peanuts and jam) and unfortunate (construction sites and Optional Helmet Day). Today’s Groupon offers one of the better pairings: $25 worth of eclectic bistro fare and drinks for $10 at Pearl Bistro. Pearl serves classic dishes from around the world in a casual, comfortable atmosphere. Its upscale cuisine is concocted with locally grown produce and healthier oils; all the ingredients are fresh and flavorful.
What began as Anita Gibson's struggling, two-person family business has evolved into LetsLose, an organization with 17 corporately owned clinics and 3 franchise locations spread throughout the southeastern United States. Each center's team of doctors and weight-loss specialists encourages clients to win a similarly daunting battle by creating personalized plans for success. The program incorporates vitamins, supplements, and appetite suppressants with a low-calorie, low-fat meal plan that discourages using soft-serve ice cream as toothpaste.
Indiana Baseball Academy's dedicated staff draws upon years of professional experience and a passion for the game to fine-tune game-winning techniques in each of their students. During individual lessons, baseballers hone specific skills, such as pitching, catching, hitting, or fielding, and build efficient muscle memory while correcting common mistakes such as inefficient throwing movements or using novelty-sized sausages as baseball bats. By taking lessons from one of the academy's qualified coaches, aspiring athletes can join the ranks of accomplished alumni, many of whom now play baseball at the professional or collegiate level.