Towering oaks and spectacular willow trees frame Oak Hills Golf Club’s nine-hole course, standing guard as clubbers traverse the 1,845-yard, par 31 course. The relatively short layout features bunker-fortified greens, water hazards on four holes, and an elaborate system of sprinklers programmed to activate during golfers’ backswings. With no par 5's and only one hole longer than 300 yards, the course enables golfers to feasibly reach the green off the tee on eight different holes.
At the Club’s pro shop, players can peruse a wide selection of clubs with which to upgrade their old set of modified crowbars, and the 250-yard driving range offers a venue for players to test out new equipment or improve imbalanced swings. After a long day of tracing drives into the ether, golfers can retreat to The Back Nine Restaurant to enjoy a cool beverage, tuck into a meal of traditional grill fare, and watch the sun slide slowly beneath the earth's flat surface.
Course at a Glance:
9-hole, par 31 course
Length of 1,845 yards
Course rating of 29.1
Link to scorecard
King Pin Management LLC nurtures and guides three restaurants and a dozen bowling centers all across Wisconsin, including King Pin Bowl. Their staff consultants and accountants track all these operations, tallying every penny while auditing employee performance. In addition, training instructors travel around to give employees refresher courses on proper workplace conduct, while menu developers help make restaurant offerings more taste bud-friendly. Not even pinsetters and floors escape the staff's attention?technicians comb every bowling lane and machine to root out faulty wiring and make sure new pin system computers know how to form a perfect triangle.
With a pro card from the World Natural Bodybuilding Federation and CrossFit Level 1 certification in his pocket, it's not hard to believe that Corey Paszkiewicz, owner of CrossFit Oak Creek, is a two-time competition winner for Best Abs. His life is rooted in staying fit, and his lifelong pursuit of that goal has made him an expert in the tenets and practice of regular exercise.
Their curriculum at CrossFit Oak Creek incorporates variable, high-intensity workouts that keep muscles on their toes but are scalable to students of any level of experience or physical strength. Their Body Smash classes incorporate circuit training, challenging participants to 35 minutes of high-intensity exercises and short breathing breaks, like the ones swimmers and landfill managers get.
Golfers of all ages and abilities can practice short-range to midrange skills among the many pine trees that populate the nine-hole executive Woodland Golf Course. At 2,089 yards, the course presents an ideal layout for beginners or veteran pairs competing in a three-legged scramble. While short-game finesse is placed at a premium, big hitters will find space to slake a yen for yardage on three holes that measure more than 300 yards.
As they enter the training circle at Curves, female guests come face-to-face with the smiles of other women. And just as points on a circle share a common distance from the circle's center, workout participants share the experiences of those nearby, trading stations throughout the 30-minute training session. One minute is spent on a piece of strength-training equipment built for feminine frames and designed to work two opposing muscle groups with a single movement. Exercisers then move on to a recovery station, where they run, jog, or dance to maintain heart rates and keep platforms in place during momentary losses of gravity.
In 2014, Curves partnered with celebrity fitness expert Jillian Michaels to design a new take on its traditional circuit. These workouts incorporate functional bodyweight exercises?each with modifications?into the existing sequence, providing a slightly more intense gym experience intended to jump-start metabolisms while still forging lean, toned muscles.
Cofounded by Dawn and Joe Mader, an accomplished artist and a trained musician, respectively, Studio 915 welcomes all levels of artists into its charming, historical space with a range of classes and workshops. During sessions, experienced instructors dispense wisdom on topics such as drawing, painting, and alphabet-soup short stories, and students leave with finished works. Masterpieces from 20 local artists and craftsmen adorn the studio's hardwood floors, creamy drywall, and exposed brick, forming an inspiring hangout for culture-lovers and stonemasons. Organized events take place in the gallery space throughout the year.