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When they took over Jimmy Mac’s Golf Range, PGA professional Brad “Smiley” Latimer and his wife Pam knew they had their work cut out for them. The couple dove right in: they resurfaced the miniature golf course, illuminated its brick-lined pathways with nearly 100 solar lights, acquired a FlightScope Launch Monitor for lessons, and stocked on the driving range with new Titleist and Callaway balls. Even after completing these renovations, they continue to revamp the facilities. The 18-hole mini-golf course now features two cascading waterfalls, babbling brooks that wend along turf fairways, and new putters that send colorful golf balls into holes or to the one-eyed pirate living under the course bridge to fulfill his dream of a new ocular orb.

A 325-yard driving range showcases 25,000 square feet of Bermuda grass tees and 20 artificial turf hitting stations featuring laser yardage readers. The range has covered and uncovered stations, as well as lights that let golfers swing even after the sun has started to snore. Lessons provide the instructional guidance of a professional while taking advantage of the center’s practice bunker and chipping and pitching greens, developing swings dependable enough to take down rabid ball washers.

2397 W Clemmonsville Rd.
Winston Salem,
NC
US

Wake Forest Archery, the archery club at Wake Forest University, began in 2010 with 10 members and was on its way to becoming the fastest chartered organization in the university's history. Then, the club's storage shed was robbed, forcing its members to take a hiatus. The following semester, after receiving additional funds and generous donations, the club was back on its feet. It has since grown to more than 100 members, each of whom participates on a varsity or recreational archery team. In addition to regular practices and competitions, the club hosts an archery camp, open to those of all experience levels.

1834 Wake Forest Rd
Winston Salem,
NC
US

At Kindermusik with Yulia, the staff knows that to a young, developing mind, learning an instrument means much more than exploring a new hobby. The creative playing helps the brain to create important connections and stimulate the ability to make creative decisions. Listening to music increases a child's sound discrimination, and moving develops body awareness and spatial relationships. Music lessons for children aged 0–7 help develop the brain the child will grow into. The expert music instructor creates age-appropriate lessons around different themes such as "family" or "colors and shapes of the farm."

21 Randolph Street
Thomasville,
NC
US

J.D. Wall Air has helped prospective pilots earn their wings since 2009, providing safe and informative flight training both in the air and in the classroom. The company's FAA-certified instructors helm programs for a range of aviation needs, including private and commercial pilot licenses. They also offer services for casual flying enthusiasts, such as scenic tours and interactive discovery lessons complete with hands-on training and preflight and postflight briefings.

1982 Old Plank Rd.
Sophia,
North Carolina
US

We are a locally owned and operated computer repair business offering quality, reliable computer repair when and where you need it. 7 DAYS A WEEK. Whether it's setting up and maintaining a small business network, removing a virus or malware from your personal laptop or restoring data you thought was long gone, we do it!

3311 Kettering Pl
Greensboro,
NC
US

Signature service: Science and Math Camp

Established: 1987

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Staff Size: 25?50 people

Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours

Pro Tip: This course will support students who will benefit from academic experiences during the summer.

Noble Academy was founded to cater to the needs of students with learning disabilities, without limiting the amount of material covered. Rather, the instructors?who are highly trained in teaching children with special needs?use specialized techniques to help children succeed within their disability areas, while also mastering subjects such as science, art, physical education, and social studies. In addition to skills in academic subjects, kids also develop social bonds with their peers in a welcoming environment.

A student doesn't have to attend the school full time to benefit from the Academy's specific instruction techniques. The teachers continue their educational efforts throughout the summer with camps that focus on science and math. Like the day-to-day instruction in the classroom, the camps involve hands-on activities, which may include experimenting with chemical reactions and creating dry ice. The organizers keep class sizes small so that every student benefits from the teacher's personal attention.

3310 Horse Pen Creek Rd.
Greensboro,
NC
US