Originally sculpted into the California countryside in 1928, Lemoore Golf Course’s 18-hole, par 72 course stretches across 6,591 yards of lush greenery and challenging hazards. A moderately difficult layout when played from the back tees, the course features four tee options to cater to both bona fide aces and disoriented golfers who can’t differentiate between a three-wood and a hardened mannequin leg. The golf complex also fosters sound swing mechanics with an on-site driving range and practice green. Clubbers can take refuge from the sun-soaked fairways or undead divot tools at the course’s cozy bar and grill, or peruse a stock of the latest golf gear and equipment at the pro shop.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 72 course
Length of 6,591 yards from the farthest tees
Course rating of 70.9 from the farthest tees
Slope rating of 125 from the farthest tees
Four tee options
Ethel Reds Chop House is named for a red-haired woman hallowed in family legend and yarns: the indomitable Ethel. Her ninety-some years of life were apparently filled with daring adventures, from jumping off waterfalls to riding a bull. The Chop House still serves her famed chili, and massive cuts of steak and chops challenge patrons. The eatery brims with bone-in ribeye and pork ribs like a ballad written by a hungry cowboy, and bacon celebrates an affinity for beef by embracing cuts of filet mignon and piling on top of cheeseburgers.
Diners bond over live country music, chicken wings, and copious use of napkins in the Western-style dining room, which is decorated by saddles, horseshoes, and other riding accessories. On balmy days, visitors toting drinks from the full bar wander to the patio garden to take in the fresh air.
The City of Lemoore Parks and Recreation department encourages an active, fun community through a variety of sports, fitness, and social activities for all ages. Youth programs encompass everything from boxing and peewee T-ball to the Lemoore Drama & Film Company, in which kids learn the theatrical skills needed to convince doctors that they suffer from acute candy deficiency. Among the myriad enrichment seminars and sports leagues, adults can get fit during Zumba or yoga classes or learn the basics of wildlife photography. Of course, the department also maintains an array of local parks, keeping each one's lawn lush by mowing regularly and shooing away the adjacent counties' wild goat herds. At the Waggin' Tails Dog Park, canines frolic freely among their four-legged peers, and the Lemoore Arbor Plaza hosts open-air concerts under towering arches. Other havens under the department's purview include the Lemoore Senior Citizen Center, where mature adults gather to socialize and play bingo on Wednesday nights, and the Lemoore Golf Course, founded in 1928 when its green grass was converted from black and white.
On the surface, asthma, low libido, migraines, and indigestion all seem very different. But they do share a common thread: they’re all conditions that Dr. Samuel Y. Kim treats with acupuncture. The proud owner of a PhD and a license to perform acupuncture, Dr. Kim uses his expertise during sessions of eight-bodily-constitution acupuncture. This specialized discipline emphasizes treating the root cause of an ailment as opposed to its symptoms. It also incorporates a broader way to help prevent disease, which is why Dr. Kim also offers consultations on optimizing diets to establish and maintain good health.
In the light of day, players take in rays as they send drives soaring over the emerald expanse of Phoenix Sunrise Golf Course's 18-hole layout. That all changes when the sun goes down. As darkness descends over the course, players swap their standard golf balls for glow-in-the-dark orbs that are easier to see, filling the night sky with neon streaks towards greens and past genuflecting squirrels atoning for stolen acorns. Throughout the day, players can replenish lost energy with a beer, sports drink, or snack from the course's concession stand.