Making new friends doesn't have to involve going to the bar or lurking in the grocery store produce section. It could mean joining Milwaukee Social Club, a local organization that schedules sports leagues and special events. Players have their choice of sports to play year round, from Touch Football in the Fall to Softball, Volleyball, and Kickball in the summer. A second season of new leagues has been added for participants. They can also enjoy events such as Packer Viewing parties and the exclusive "MSC Day-Off".
Elite Sports Clubs and its staff of smash-savvy, nationally experienced tennis pros can turn any mechanical stroke into fluid forearmed success on one of more than 30 well-maintained indoor and outdoor training courts. For players seeking to get back into the game or meet the game for the first time, an instructor will spare no bead of sweat breaking down the basics in a comprehensive fashion. Semi-private lessons are limited to two to four students ($30, four players; $35, three players; $40, two players), which means all practitioners develop a variety of techniques in the atmosphere of constant feedback and encouragement. All lessons must be scheduled in advance online. Students can either provide their own racquet or purchase one on-site.
Logger's Park Sports Complex feels a lot like a kids' camp?except that people of all ages are welcome. During the summer, outdoor diamonds and courts host softball, volleyball, and kickball leagues for men's, women's, and coed-teams. Three streams and two waterfalls of the mini-golf course provide a tranquil, babbling soundtrack and a convenient spot for a celebratory hole-in-one cannonball.
That's only the summer, though?but Wisconsin winter doesn't stop the fun. An ice rink opens once temperatures drop, letting visitors strap sharp shiny things on their feet and glide peacefully in circles. In all weather, Logger's Pub & Pizza solves hunger dilemmas with a menu that includes burgers, wings, and pizzas, while the all-you-can-eat pizza and wings buffet available during football season fires fans up to watch Aaron Rodgers throw stuff.
$10 will afford you around 83-91 balls so you don’t have to use all $50 in one visit, just hold on to your card and come back whenever you feel like transferring stress into the abyss of dimpled cosmonauts. Although not part of this deal, Golf Center Des Plaines also has a lighted, par-three golf course, GolfTEC training programs, a pro shop, restaurant, and banquet room.
Dynamic Impact Volleyball Club sends female student-athletes sprinting, attacking, and passing across courts tiled with teamwork and healthy competition. Decorated players themselves, the club's coaches are dedicated to developing the talents of their young prot?g?s both by creating a healthy, competitive environment and fostering each player's passion for the sport. Throughout the year, the nonprofit organization composes leagues for girls aged 18 and younger who can also test their skills during tournaments or while curving attacks around the windblown peanut-butter sandwiches soaring through the air at the club's beach leagues.