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For 17 years, Flamingo Gardens has gathered plant experts, landscapers, and other gardening connoisseurs to its annual festival. This year, the Broward Bonsai Society joins in the fun with an exhibition of the varied shapes and levels of perfection its miniature trees can hold. Displays from Alexander Farms, Greenhouse Orchids, and other vendors entice the eyes while guests wander about, taking in colorful performances from butterfly stilt-walkers and West African drummers. At the Butterfly Encounter, guests learn lepidopterist lore from expert Mike Rich while feeding live butterflies and teaching them about the updated food pyramid.
Wee ones, meanwhile, can head to the Kids Gardening Zone to decorate their own pots and plant a seed or romp through the gardens on a scavenger hunt. Plant experts also hold classes and demonstrations, including "Mounting Orchids & Basic Orchid Culture," and take guests on guided tours through the botanical gardens.
3750 S Flamingo Rd.
After its cameo in the 1998 movie There’s Something About Mary, The Aqua Golf Driving Range became famous, summoning visitors to hit golf balls into aqueous landing areas. Before the movie, however, the 20-acre lake turned state-of-the-art golf facility was a local legend for more than 50 years. Under a long, doublewide canopy or in the sunshine, golfers try to hit golf balls onto floating greens or buoyant caddies, and can employ the expertise of onsite golf pros to hone their skills during lessons. The range also has a pro shop and synthetic short-game center on dry land to practice chipping, putting, and taking off the golf-bag scuba tank needed for second shots at the range.
2250 S Park Rd.
Tennis combines pinpoint precision with pivoting agility to provide a full-body workout and a fun arena for one-on-one combat with friends and ball-launching robots. At Hagen Park Tennis Center, players will benefit from USPTA Tennis Professional instruction while utilizing six lighted tennis courts, improving their forehand, backhand, and slight-of-hand strokes. Sixty-minute Fit-Tennis Boot Camp sessions focus on physical training that hones tennis skills through drills and circuit training. Players will lose weight and strengthen muscles while reducing the risk of injury, identifying areas of strength and weakness, and developing multifaceted skills. Boot Camp activities employ plyometrics, calisthenics, circuit training, agility exercises, and a variety of other methods to increase power, create shot stability, develop quickness, and avoid John MacEnroe-type eruptions. Classes, offered Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and Fridays at 9 a.m., are attended by a minimum of six players, ensuring a fun and instructive group environment.
2020 Wilton Dr.
A dozen sets of sea legs can flex their nautical muscle aboard one of Duffy's quiet and covered boats. Powered exclusively by a combination of battery power and dreams, this spacious vessel hums along quietly, allowing passengers to soak in the natural surround sound. Wrap-around seating encircles a central table equipped with multiple cup holders and adequate serving space for sailors to tear into a recently commandeered party sub.
2525 Marina Bay Dr. W
AllGolf Center provides large practice facilities where you can hone both your long and short game, rain or shine. Sharpen your drive on a two-tiered driving range with targets and landing areas, or focus on putting in the 36-hole mini-golf courses and practice-putting areas. Each AllGolf Center even has onsite 18-hole golf courses littered with hazards, where players can test their new techniques and audition new caddies. If you need a break, you can check out new clubs at the fully stocked pro shop or take horizontal swings in the onsite batting cages.
950 N Flamingo Rd
The 36 holes of Orangebrook Golf & Country Club nestle amid verdant fairways and palm trees, patiently waiting for the clink of a golf ball. Before they hit the green, duffers can stock up on balls and other golf-related necessities at the pro shop and fuel up afterward at Nikki’s On The Green with omelets, pastas, sandwiches, and salads. The lighted driving range, open until 10 p.m., lets putters enjoy a moonlight round without the hassle of constantly relighting the candles affixed to their wedges. Throughout the daytime hours, Orangebrook director of golf and PGA--certified instructor Bob Mallek doles out expert tips on form and swing. Orangebrook also hosts the Women's International 4-Ball golf tournament, the longest-running women's amateur event in the United States.
400 Entrada Dr.
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