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During the Superhero Scramble, racers of all fitness levels tear across arduous terrain littered with body- and mind-challenging obstacles. Participants must wade through mud and, to reach the finish line, persevere through a barrage of Super Slime generously donated by retired Ghostbusters. Upon completing the race, athletes ride their endorphin high into a party stocked with ice-cold beer. There, they can mingle with other contestants, sway to live music, and see awards doled out to the fastest runners in each age bracket. Male and female Scramble Gamble contestants compete for prizes that can cover the cost of replacing the engines in their sneakers. The benefits of the race extend beyond the Gamble winners, too?the organizers donate a portion of the proceeds to charity.
Redwine’s Cove- The Medusa
Cobbtown,
GA
US
Little Ocmulgee Wallace Adams Golf Club surrounds its players with all of the wild greenery and leafy backdrops one would expect of its managing department. Players weave their golf balls and carts through loblolly pines, blooming magnolias, and drooping willows en route to a final yardage of 6,625 yards and a par of 72. As if these fairway-framing impediments don't put enough emphasis on shot-shaping, many of the fairways feature dogleg turns?the seventh hole alone has two?that serve to keep aggressiveness in check.
55 Spanish Wells
Helena,
GA
US
The Barbarian Challenge pits racers against the elements, in the classical sense. In the airy outdoors, runners plunge into icy creek beds, crawl through mud pits, and conquer various man made obstacles in their quest to secure the fastest running time, or the simple bragging rights that come with finishing at all. The course covers 4.5 miles and many man-made obstacles, and the top finisher in men's and women's categories earns a replica of Conan the Barbarian's sword.
324 S Green St
Swainsboro,
GA
US
Golfers across Texas, Arizona, and Georgia get an expert's opinion on their local private and public courses through AvidGolfer Magazine. The professionals also offer some basic instructions, in-depth product reviews, and careful explanations of why a lower score is better. Besides expert advice, the magazine releases an annual passbook that grants subscribers entry into several local courses.
55 Spanish Moss Dr,
Helena,
GA
US
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