Fairways wind through groves of trees and cattail-lined marshland to form Oakwood Golf Course's 18-hole, 6,045-yard layout. During the round, golfers are faced with water hazards that come into play on nine holes and demand accurate shots and amphibious golf carts. Atop the elevated tee box on the par-three 15th?the course's signature hole?golfers' tee shots must arch over a pond and stick on a contoured green 135 yards in the distance. Oakwood Golf Course's driving range and two separate practice greens prime swings for upcoming rounds with areas for putting, chipping, or discreetly kicking out of a bad lie.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par-72 course * Length of 6,045 yards from the farthest tees * Course rating of 69.1 from the farthest tees * Slope rating of 125 from the farthest tees * Three tee options * Scorecard
As white and baking pumpkins grow in Deer Meadow Farms' patch, staffers dispense seasonal homegrown vegetables from the onsite country market. The farm hosts guests who frolic through an array of attractions, from a mountain of sand-filled tractor tires to a hay-bale pyramid. On a 2.5-acre course, players putt or scissor kick golf balls into World Cup–themed holes during matches of Farmer Golf. Elsewhere, visitors can milk a goat at the petting zoo or trail fallow deer at the Wild Game Preserve. In the autumn, trivia questions and cryptic messages await throughout the corn maze, which is open both day and night. Afterwards, guests can rest in a rented tepee or feast on hot dogs and s'mores at one of the farm's fire pits.
Welcome to McGibby's Golf at St.Vital Golf Centre! The home of learning to play better golf and having more fun on the golf course! We are a full service golf shop and driving range offering professional golf instruction, practice range with all grass tees and practice greens, and custom fit pro-line golf equipment.
Whether they’re sweating through one-on-one training sessions or supportive group classes, students at Brickhouse Gym build their physiques one workout at a time. The gym’s trainers wouldn’t have it any other way. Eschewing showy fad workouts for exercises that foster functional full-body development, they build regimens that revamp both bodies and minds. Exercises unfold during women-only, men-only, and coed boot camps, where participants push past goals with a circuit-style regimen made up of weightlifting, speedy martial-arts drills, and short, intense cardio. The gym's program schedule also helps members build healthy, rock-hard physiques with full-body training methods, such as kettlebells, boxing, team athletics training, and capturing a rival gym's mascot.
When they’re not working with trainers or one another, members can access Brickhouse's stack weights, punching bags, and circuit-training machinery at any time of day or night. This unlimited access helps exercisers adhere to any schedule and keeps clients free from the bustling crowds of traditional weight rooms.
Designed as an 18-hole golf course in 1917, Assiniboine Golf Club gave up half of its layout so it could be used as military runways in the early 1940s. The Club owners made the most of their remaining nine holes by building a total of 18 tee boxes and three additional greens so that golfers could enjoy distinct front- and back-nine experiences.
When played as an 18-hole round, the course measures 6,167 yards, across which golfers must contend with water hazards, trees, and sandtraps, which may feature trap doors that open into deeper, sandier sandtraps. The course also includes a 242-yard par three that will have many players unsheathing a driver or three-wood just to reach the green in regulation. After a day at the links, golfers can watch the sun set or the grass grow from the outdoor patio of the course-side restaurant, which serves a menu of burgers, wings, and other pub classics.