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  • Woods to Wedges
    Tim Chrzan began playing golf in 1963. From the start, he worked with instructors whose methods were ahead of their time, which helped Tim earn a PGA membership in 1983. Today, the PGA Pro heads the instructional efforts at Woods to Wedges: a year-round practice facility equipped with both indoor and outdoor training areas.? Like his instructors decades ago, Tim has developed a method that is logical and easy to follow for all levels. He combines that wisdom with modern technology, including a putting analyzer and a full-swing bay that measures everything from club speed and path to ball flight and spin. Outside the Woods to Wedges facility, Tim works with golfers at chipping targets, faux bunkers, and even on a replica fairway. In addition to lessons, Woods to Wedges also offers club repairs and custom fitting services.
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    5901 Hennessey Parkway
    Marion, IA US
  • Breakthrough Basketball
    An organization of coaches with years of experience studying the game, Breakthrough Basketball teaches clinics for aspiring young ballers. With five 90-minute sessions, students will drill on dribbling and footwork concepts until they double-pivot in their sleep and perform hook shots while bowling. Burgeoning ball-handling skills are nurtured as players learn fundamental techniques—such as post footwork, perimeter footwork, shooting, and scoring off the dribble—through repetition and intense instruction. At no time do Breakthrough Basketball's lessons break into 5-on-5 games or senior bridge tournaments. Clinics will be held at Anamosa school gyms, and separate classes are held for children aged 7 to 10 and those 11 or older.
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    203 Hamilton St.
    Anamosa, IA US
  • Daly Creek Winery and Bistro
    Anamosa's Daly Creek Winery and Bistro has tasty eats and creative beverages. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet. Be sure to complete your meal at Daly Creek Winery and Bistro with a drink from the restaurant's full bar. Make the most of the warm summer months by dining outdoors in Daly Creek Winery and Bistro's beautiful outdoor seating area. Relaxed attire is perfectly fine at Daly Creek Winery and Bistro, known for its laid-back ambience. Love the food so much you want to serve it at your next soiree? No problem — Daly Creek Winery and Bistro offers catering. Drive to lunch or dinner at Daly Creek Winery and Bistro and find easy parking in a lot close by or on the street. Meals at Daly Creek Winery and Bistro are moderately priced — most diners spend about $30 per person. Paying with your major credit card is one payment option at Daly Creek Winery and Bistro.
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    106 N Ford St
    Anamosa, IA US
  • Fb and Co.
    Come for a tasty meal at Fb and Co. that the whole family will love. Dieters looking for low-fat options will be out of luck, though, as taste trumps caloric value here. Fb and Co. is a great location to host a group dinner. Fb and Co. is completely informal — dress as you see fit (and are most comfortable). Drivers will be happy to know that Fb and Co. is located near many street and lot parking options. Meals at Fb and Co. are affordable, with the average tab amounting to about $30 per person. Cash is the only payment method accepted by Fb and Co.
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    4185 Whittier Rd
    Central City, IA US
  • Wapsipinicon Country Club
    Cleaved through a dense forest of trees within Wapsipinicon State Park and situated along a bend in the river of the same name, the park?s nine-hole golf course awaits golfers of all skill levels. The course stretches to 3,187 yards, challenging players with tight fairways lined by dense foliage. The history-steeped course opened in 1923, and its clubhouse followed a year later, built entirely by prison labor with rock from the river bluffs, white-oak logs hauled by horse-drawn bobsleds, and a fireplace made with the world's only fireproof stones.
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    21309 County Rd. E34
    Anamosa, IA US
  • Ventures Riding Center (Marion)
    Aspiring horsemen and women of all stripes polish their saddle skills at Ventures Riding Center and the extensive facilities at Reichert Ranch. Whether inside the 200-foot climate-controlled indoor arena or out in one of the outdoor pens, they learn proper technique from the center's expert equestrians. While riders learn to make their horses start, stop, and gently accept a treat while passing through a coffee-shop drive-thru, friends and family can look on from one of the comfortable viewing areas.
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    2550 Hindman Road
    Marion, IA US
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