Even tour pros would think twice about some of the shots at The Majors Golf Club. Take the tee shot at the 456-yard first hole, for example: the beefy yardage leaves no choice but to hit driver into a stiff cross-wind, and any miss to the left will likely stray out of bounds. The same tee shot anxiety returns at the 15th hole, a par-three with a genuine island green that requires a rock-solid 180-yard approach. The stylish course design should be no surprise, as it's the grassy brainchild of golf legend Arnold Palmer. Palmer also had a great collaborator in Mother Nature, as the grounds boast Carolina-style pine trees, sugary white sands, and natural contours that contribute to its visual drama. Before rounds, golfers can fine tune their swings at a natural-grass driving range or lick the greenside rough at a short-game area.
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The colorful specks flying above Indian River Lagoon are not rainbows, they’re giant kites. Whereas in the past if you wanted something to pull you through water you had to have a boat or a willingness to touch any kind of dorsal fin, kiteboards take out the middleman by uniting a board, thin lines, and a long, billowing kite soaring high above to keep riders buoyant as they soak up sun. Endless Windz’s certified PASA kiteboarding instructors teach their students the ropes of these whimsical devices during private and group lessons. The staff doesn’t make students go straight to the water, however, instead offering introductory on-land instruction in a safe and easy to learn environment. Once students are confident enough to go out on their own, the staff can provide jetski assistants called "downwinders" for extended rides, or help them purchase the best Naish, F-One, or Ocean Rodeo kites and boards to suit their needs.
Bang! Whiz! Yes, the sounds you'll hear at Hurricane Paintball Park are a lot like the ones you'll see in a comic book. That's because the action is just as fierce as geared-up groups storm into opposing-team territory in hopes of being the last ones standing. Castles, forts, and three-story towers pepper the 14-acre battlefield here, adding color and obstacles to this brand of simulated urban battleground. While tracking foes or trying to check off open spots on their bird-watching lists, competitors can use the open terrain to their advantage in lots of ways. Some may duck beneath fallen trees, dive behind stacks of rusty barrels, or seize buildings to take control of their vantage points. The fierce competition is open to all sharp shooters age 10 and older, whether for recreation, birthday parties, or corporate gatherings.
The Indoor Playground is a safe, family frendly, climate controlled playground for children to play and learn. We have a bounce house, play set, train table, doll house, play kitchen, birthday parties, baby showers, special events, craft times, story times, and much mcuh more.
Elite Health Centers LLC's current owner began as a regular gym member. After group training programs helped him lose nearly 100 pounds, he made moves to acquire the facilities. Today, the 15,000-square-foot premises help members get in shape with more than 100 classes a month and plentiful equipment for cardiovascular conditioning, circuit training, and weight training. Members also receive the benefits of ancillary services such as childcare, tanning, and massage therapy.
Aio Wireless is the brainchild of Jennifer Van Buskirk. In a former life, she acted as Senior Vice President of Mobility Strategy for AT&T, where her performance earned her enough trust from the higher-ups that they asked her to run their new company: Aio Wireless. Her new joint venture retains all of the reliability of AT&T's 4G/LTE network, but gives folks a chance to break free of contractual shackles with a pay-as-you-go plan. In fact, the whole process has been streamlined. Aio lets clients use their own cell phone rather than buying a new one with unlimited talk, text, and data plans.
Despite the cutting edge gadgetry and the reliable network, however, the stores' approach to technology is more than just practical. Their array of phone cases, for example, brighten iPhones, Galaxies and Lumias in neon hues. Their earbud headphones, meanwhile, let phone owners play their tunes on the go without schlepping their tuba everywhere.