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Macon Tiger Rock's experienced instructors––who are dedicated members of the International TaeKwonDo Alliance––guide intrepid pupils through character-building calisthenics in a variety of martial arts and aerobic classes. Yoga instruction interweaves Vinyasa techniques with the YogaFit teaching system to create a workout that improves flexibility, strength, and balance with sit-ups, pushups, and squats. Under the tutelage of Tiger Rock's martial artists, tae kwon do-ers practice disciplined self-defense skills and the action-inclined confidence to challenge the Lincoln Memorial to a duel. Tae kwon do classes are organized into groups by age that include tiger cub (ages 3–5), junior (ages 6–12), and adult (ages 13 and older). Or, gain the ability to dropkick chandeliers during cardio-kickboxing classes, which trounce calories with an arsenal of athletically calculated aerial punts.
Ranging in length from 4,940 yards to 6,626 yards, Bowden Golf Club’s emerald fairways were designed more than 70 years ago, making it Macon’s second-oldest course. With four sets of tees on each hole, golfers can opt for team play, test their mettle during tournaments, or borrow Paul Bunyan's 5 iron to hit a quartet of balls at once. As a full-service facility, the club boasts an onsite pro shop and snack bar, as well as a full-length driving range flanked by practice bunkers and putting greens.
A picturesque bounty of sweeping slopes and idyllic architecture, Landings Golf Club unfurls over thousands of yards of game-ready green, with accessible challenges for shillelagh swingers of all stripes. Five sets of tees and courses that play from 7,000 to 4,875 yards keep dimpled orbs in steady flight over well-nurtured tracks. Grab a good friend or steely eyed doppelgänger for the game, then bellow a random number while teeing off on Trestle course. Ensconced in one of the club's motorized buggies, zoom over a quaint wooden bridge constructed in the club's early days by a wizened pair of bespectacled gophers. Steady eyes and a straight swing conquer hole #4, a deep, dogged hallway with water hazards, but the emergence of the Bluff course brings with it hole #14, a shot down a steep wooded embankment.
Perry Country Club’s par 71 course sends golfers across 6,465 yards of bermuda-grass fairways sculpted through the towering pines. A vanguard of brand-new 2012 E-Z-Go golf carts slaloms across the emerald landscape, hastening the 18-hole odyssey as passengers take in views of native flowers and seek out treasure troves of divot tools buried in strategically placed sand traps. Rippling waterways dot the relatively flat course, adding to the verdant scenery as they wait to snatch the life force of errant drives or ill-struck approaches. Clubbers can prepare for their pin-hunting walkabout with a stint at the onsite driving range, and club members may cool off weary bodies or hot-tempered 9-irons during a postround dip in the club's outdoor pool.