Nestled in the hills and surrounded by countless leafy trees, FarmLinks gives golfers the chance to appreciate the man-made through the game of golf, the nature-made through golfers' surroundings, and the alien-overlord-made through their every thought and perception. In addition, a game at FarmLinks comes with a traditional Southern-style lunch in the clubhouse.
Designed by Bill Scarborough in 1962, Pine Hill Country Club's course wends golfers through 18 holes spread out over verdant fairways, which are dotted with ponds and lined with pine trees. The 6,357 yards of playing grounds challenges players throughout the par 72 course, including hole 17, which features a scant 250-yard drive and a green protected by a water hazard on three sides. An onsite pro shop stands ready to bolster players' gear collections with an arsenal of golf necessities, from clubs to bags of ice for nursing bruised egos.
Dr. Basel Refai and the staff at Lake Martin Vein & Laser Center liberate skin of visible vessels and unwanted tattoos. They use a variety of methods to target legs' spider and varicose veins, employing techniques such as traditional sclerotherapy injections, laser therapy, and radio-frequency treatments. When it comes to tattoos, they use lasers or two-dimensional drawings of erasers.
Dr. Honea harnesses the power of the Zoom2 whitening system to break up stains, banish yellowing, and brighten teeth up to five shades. During the 90-minute session, Dr. Honea bathes clients’ bicuspids in a peroxide gel before switching on an advanced ultraviolet lamp that activates the solution, releasing oxygen and tiny Speedo-wearing strongmen to break the bonds of the stains. Zoom2’s gel formula also contains calcium phosphate to help reduce tooth sensitivity and boost the treatment’s lustrous effects. During the process, patients may get cozy in the cushy dentist's chair, listen to music, or daydream about stunning debate-team archrivals speechless with only a toothy smile.
Cassie Moore and Dana Harmon know that whether it's the height of midsummer heat or winter's deepest chill, calories still burn. They specifically design boot-camp classes to take advantage of current weather conditions, mixing classic workout elements such as pushups, lifts, and lunges with more fun elements such as relay races or pinning the tail on an actual donkey.
Firm Body Bootcamp blasts apart repetitive gym routines and packs the fissures with functional strength training and a blend of fun and no-nonsense equipment. During indoor and outdoor camps, clients may swing kettlebells to crank up triceps, wrestle with battle ropes, toss medicine balls, or use their own body weight to build muscle on suspension equipment. The 45-minute routines kick-start heart rates with cardio drills, and team-based exercises breed camaraderie among campers and ensure backup should the exercise equipment rise up against its masters. Because its maneuvers are fully modifiable, there's ample room at the fitness table for guests of every experience level, including those who have never set foot in a gym.
Supplementary dietary plans and progress-tracking tools collaborate to keep metabolism racing outside of class. To date, Firm Body Bootcamp has helped more than 13 individuals lose 100 pounds each, the weight equivalent of a compact car that refuses to exercise.