Home of PGA golfer Ryan Moore, Classic Golf Club challenges club wielders of all ages and skill levels with a 6,902-yard championship golf course that features bent-grass fairways, ball-gobbling water hazards, and well-raked sandcastle traps. Round up a foursome of real-life Caddyshack characters and tee off amid the natural serenity of the first hole or consult the scorecard to find the quickest route to Augusta before the Masters Tournament starts. After finishing a match, players can stop into Classic Golf Club's clubhouse to get information on upcoming tournaments or inquire about lessons for defeated friends. Though not included in this Groupon, golfers can opt to rent the services of a coal-powered golf cart ($14/person).
RMG Club, which was founded by PGA tour winner Ryan Moore, maintains three public golf courses around south Puget Sound. Besides The Classic Golf Club, Moore's home course, there is also the Oakbrook Golf Club with its smooth, fast greens and the McCormick Woods Golf Club with its towering cedars, glistening lakes, and other natural scenery. McCormick was highly rated by Golf Digest and Golf Week, and all three offer amenities such as well-stocked pro shops and clubhouse restaurants.
Body Fun Fitness’s owners, Melanie Hendershot and Debbie Mann, are passionate about fitness, a passion that manifests itself in a roster of high-energy classes that disguise heart-pumping exercise in fun alternative workouts. Melanie, Debbie, and their troupe of certified instructors demonstrate easy-to-follow latin dance moves during Zumba classes. Or, the team and its students shake hips along to live polynesian drumbeats during Hot Hula fitness classes. Since Melanie also believes in infusing exercise with joy early on in life, she leads a variety of kids' fitness classes that mask workouts in playtime like wearing no makeup masks the work of being a clown. She designed a workout in which kids wear trampoline-inspired Kangaroo Jumps shoes, which promote safe running and have many benefits. Melanie’s roster also includes drumming fitness classes that inspire youngsters to get in shape while enjoying music, practicing rhythm, and learning the drum solos from The Beatles’ experimental childhood years.
At Operation Paintball, Mother Nature provides the cover: massive tree roots bulge from the ground at the edge of a field, sheltering players from the gobs of paint whizzing past their ears. Beyond the natural bunkers, the five outdoor fields boast manmade obstacles—including barrels, old cars, and inflatables—behind which teammates strafe, dodge, and teleport their way to the safety of two-story towers. Play rotates among the fields throughout the day, presenting players with various scenarios such as Capture the Flag and Elimination.