GlenOaks challenges the driving, putting, and chipping skills for golfers of all abilities with an 18-hole bermuda-grass course and expansive driving range. The course's bentgrass greens and well-manicured fairways meander between sphere-snatching hazards, including sand traps, sparkling ponds, and surface-to-air golf-ball missiles. Orb-smashers can visit the driving range to hone distance shots on the 10,000-square-foot chipping green, flanked by two sandy bunkers to simulate the hazards. Afterward, recharge over-oscillated appendages with a tasty hot-dog, bratwurst, or sandwich lunch, complete with a bag of chips and a soft drink.
As one of the largest ballroom-dance studios in Kentucky, All That Dance is home to more than just ballroom—Latin, swing, Zumba, and belly dancing are all part of the schedule's multitudinous monthly classes. Each class takes place on the enormous dance floor and is led by a professional dance teacher with years of experience turning timid meerkat-steppers into bold fox-trotters. Dancers of all ages and skill levels are welcome, making the studio as all-inclusive as a convention for carbon-based life forms.
Signature service: Ballroom Lessons
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Brands Used: Fred Astaire Ballroom
Pro Tip: We recommend that you call before you come, but it is not necessary.
Seven days a week, Jeffersonville Bicycle Company's fleet of cruisers stand at the ready. Hopping on one of the two-wheeled stallions, riders are free to explore the many sights and stops of Jefferson's historic downtown, where they'll find caf?s, restaurants, antique shops, and gifts, but unfortunately no Thomas Jeffersons. Rentals are available by the hour or by the day until 8 p.m., Monday?Sunday.
The 18-hole course at Glenmary Country Club presents players of every ability level a challenging test of their capacity for long, booming drives and cup-seeking putts. If club swingers are to threaten the course par of 72, they must first surmount a battery of hazards that range from the synthetic, such as strategically placed bunkers, to the natural, such as trees and a tendency to trip on shoelaces. Golfers pursuing better on-the-course performance can work on whittling away strokes on the pitching and putting green, or practice strokes of an altogether different sort on the club's tennis courts or in the club pool.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Total length of 6,542 yards from the back tees * Course rating of 72.4 from the back tees * Course slope of 135 from the back tees * Three sets of tees per hole * View the scorecard