USA Mini Golf accommodates iron clubbers of all skill levels with its Road Trip Across America–themed course, which comes outfitted in miniature replicas of historic U.S. landmarks. Clean indoor facilities protect the facility's putters from seasonal bouts of heat, rain, wind, and baseballs. Grab a tiny club and whack dimpled balls through a golfable tour of America's beloved attractions, ranging from the Golden Gate Bridge and Redwood Forest to the Carlsbad Caverns and Cape Cod. If you choose the party, your group of up to 50 people will be treated to unlimited rounds of mini golf, a party room, and projector—emcees are free to soundtrack the proceedings with a personal music playlist. The party package also lands guests exclusive access during off hours so you can host your birthday celebration or body-double audition in privacy. Inflect a futuristic glow to any golf gala by illuminating the turf and balls with the reverse-glow of black lights (additional $10).
When falling out of a plane at 10,000 feet, experience counts. Skydive Tuskegee’s owner boast a wealth of that experience, as a former parachute regiment military officer and three-time world skydiving championship medalist. He and his staff adhere to the rigorous training requirements set forth by the United States Parachute Association, but they also make the experience fun. They often conduct tandem dives with beginners, the instructor controlling the freefall, chute deployment, and decent, while guests soak up the sunshine, wind, and gravity. They staff has led jumps out of planes and into their dropzone for 11 years, and to quote them, “We have never left anyone up there yet.”
Between the lines of Peachtree City Tennis Center's 24 courts, expert instructors lead aspiring athletes through structured lessons and drills. Commit groundstroke adjustments to muscle memory with a fast-feed drill session, reduce both unforced errors and calories in a cardio-tennis session, or poach your opponent's weak returns and unguarded Gatorades while tending the net during a two-hour round-robin doubles session.
East Alabama's oldest private country club, established in 1947. Rated Top 5 courses in Alabama by Golf Digest. Rated 4 of best 18 holes in Chattahoochee Valley by The Ledger-Enquirer. Full service country club with convenient location directly off I-85 Exit 57.
DiVerge Fitness helps guests have fun and get fit with 30-minute Short Cuts exercise classes. An experienced instructor leads each group of six to twelve students, offering tips on form and helping them distinguish exercise balls from overlarge gumballs. Students harness the toning power of circuit training by alternating 30 seconds of weight training with 30 seconds of calorie-burning cardio. Over the course of the class, heart rates are expected to approach 80% of their maximum, helping bodies burn fat and strengthen sinews as efficiently as possible. Exercisers leave each workout energized, inspired, and able to crush old jalopies into cubes with their powerful stomach crunches.
Licensed Zumba instructor Richard M. transforms the Liberty Theatre into a dance-fueled fitness fiesta twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. For each gathering, cardio connoisseurs don shorts, leotards, and shortotards, and head to the theater for an hour of easy-to-follow moves inspired by salsa and merengue.
Instructor Ray Al encourages all levels of dance enthusiasts to revel in their own fancy footwork with variety of dance classes, including waltz, tango, polka, salsa, and the hustle. After choosing a dance style, couple up with Ray for a 40-minute private class to gauge your experience level, and then cut a captivating rug while learning proper technique in a class attuned to your liking and level, compromised of a series of four, one-hour group-dance sessions held one time a week.