Doing well in sports is all a matter of practice and golf is no exception. At Berry Hill Golf Course in Bridgeton, practicing golf is easy and fun.
What's a fine course without fine dining to accompany it? Be sure to pick up a tasty meal when you visit their great restaurant.
Bring the whole family to this course, where kiddos are welcomed with open arms.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We believe in you more than you do we all have the human body let Our instructors bring the Master out of you.
What's one tip for first-time students that will make them feel like veterans?
Just breath and take your time if you do something 1001 times you will start to get good at it come to learn and everything will be simple.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
My instructor and my love for martial arts this has taught me that life is valuable and helping others makes it that much more meaningful.
What do you love most about your job?
watching someone grow into a confident person knowing that they are in control and have the advantage.
Glowing monkeys scamper toward a neon waterfall, and a knight bearing a radiant yellow lance rides past a bright orange octopus emerging from the ocean. What appears to be a time-traveling session gone awry is really the evolving environment within Putting Edge’s indoor black-lit mini-golf course, which whisks players to deep seas, Aztec jungles, and medieval times. All 15 North American locations invite guests onto its challenging indoor 18-hole courses to seek victory over their opponents. Elsewhere, each facility houses private party rooms, concessions, and an arcade filled with gamer favorites.
Saint Ann International Golf Course treats golfers to 55 acres of verdant scenery and well-groomed greens spread over a nine-hole trek. Measuring 2,696 yards, the par-34 course is open year-round barring unfavorable weather. In addition to open rounds, the course also offers golf lessons and rentals of pull carts, riding carts, and clubs.
Chris and Pam Schmick had spent six months cleaning out the scrap metal from their abandoned silos and just finished drilling thousands of holes in its walls. With little time to spare, they prepared for their climbing gym's grand opening on September 2, 1995—a date on which they had already agreed to hold a regional JCCA competition. The effort they've expended in the nearly 20 intervening years shows: today, climbers scramble on top ropes, lead ropes, and more than 20,000 square feet of lava-free climbing surface.
Instructors prepare visitors to surmount the gym's features in a range of classes, such as Rock Gym 101, which is an introduction to top-rope climbing that covers climbing safety, basic technique, and equipment. Once climbers are equipped with gear from the pro-shop, staff shows them around a multi-level bouldering cave, a main climbing area with 30-foot walls shaped by arêtes, cracks, and waves, and the building's five original silos. Elsewhere inside the gym, six auto-belays safely cradle visitors who wish to climb without taking a class.
Team Central Gymnastic Academy invites students of all ages and skill levels to enroll in their classes, which include trampoline, tumbling, and progressive gymnastics. As they lead kids in improving their fundamentals, they also impart life skills such as leadership tactics, confidence, and the ability to thrive within a team.
A National Team Training Center and member of USA Gymnastics, the 22,000-square-foot facility routinely sends its competitive gymnasts to state, regional, and Junior Olympic National championships, and every year many of its alumnae go on to compete at the D-1 collegiate level. In 2014, the academy was named Top Junior Olympic Program for the State of Missouri.