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We feature a large indoor adventure center featuring wall to wall trampoline attractions, and more with a great selection of food items
Customers can select from bamboo-lid and bowling bottles and personalize them with their own graphic, image, or text
Kids aged 2–7 can move, jump, and do sports while socializing, making friends, and learning teamwork
Learn the basics of foil fencing alongside a partner before applying new skills during a practice bout
Guests enjoy over 35 trampolines, ninja warrior–style course, stunt fall, parkour inspired obstacle courses, extreme dodgeball, and more
Young players of all skill levels learn basketball fundamentals or finesse their technique during private or group classes
Guests leap on a gigantic court of wall-to-wall trampolines, jump into foam pits, challenge themselves on ninja obstacles, and more
Fillmore Fairways is a public, daily fee 9 hole golf course owned by the Dubuque County Conservation Board. The golf course features some of the largest and finest greens in Eastern Iowa. Located just 20 miles west of Dubuque on US Highway 151, Fillmore Fairways offers one of the best conditioned public golf courses in the area with 3 sets of tee boxes to accommodate golfers of all abilities. The course measures 3195 yards from the back tees with a course rating of 70.6. Divot's Golf Shop offers a vast selection of golf merchandise and equipment from Taylor Made, Ping, Adams, Titleist and many more. We have a full line of apparel, shoes, bags, golf balls and golf accessories. Our golf simulator allows you to try the clubs and also custom fit you to your personal specifications. Simultor is also available throughout the winter for leagues and hourly rental. Divot's Bar & Grill offers several delicious sandwiches and one of the best burgers around. Five big screen TV's surround the dining room and bar for your viewing enjoyment.
Come play one of the top rated golf courses in the area. We have 18 holes of bentgrass championship caliber golf at the edge of Cedar Rapids/ Marion community. We have a golf course spread out over 400 acres with 50 bunkers and 10 ponds. The front nine winds through the development with generous landing areas and accessible greens. The back nine holes are narrow with many ponds and wetlands entering the field of play. Because of a few forced carries and risk/reward shots, the back nine is sure to challenge you regardless of your skill level.
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Guests can gather with friends to play through nine holes of golf on a picturesque private course
Play Station features a large multi-level play maze, 8 climbing walls, laser maze, and arcade games, a large selection of food at the cafe
From the merchant: Systematic Wrestling System out performs all other on the planet. Combines the best of the best from around the world.
Players explore the city via an adventure combining the fun of a scavenger hunt with the information of a self-guided tour
Augmented Reality Game users can play detectives in their neighborhood using a real-world map on their smartphones
The large gently undulating greens are superbly manicured as well as the 24 acres of fairways. The gently rolling terrain makes walking easy. Adding beauty and hazards to the course are four man made lakes, which provide some five acres of water on the course. The first permanent farms were established in the Hampton area in the early 1800's. Several of the families along Hubbard Road near Golfmohr Golf Club have farmed the same land for as long as 170 years! In 1867, the Mohr family established a farm on the present site of Golfmohr Golf Club. Descendants of the Mohr family still live on the properties adjacent to the golf course and the original homestead. For 98 years the Mohrs farmed the site that would eventually become “Golfmohr”. During a portion of this time, two coal mines were in operation on the property as well. A capped mineshaft still exists behind the 14th tee. Also, for a time, an apple orchard existed on what is now the 8th and 9th fairway. We have recently planted 50 apple trees on the golf course to commemorate that part of our history. In the early 1960's, the then owners of the land, Jake and Lorraine Mohr, were attempting to convert the property from a farm to a public campground. A chance meeting changed the course of history for the Mohr's and for the land. Jake Mohr met Ted Lockie in 1963. Ted, a PGA golf professional was to become prominent in local golf lore. In addition to being an expert golfer and creative inventor who held many patents, Ted was a golf course architect who designed and built nearly 50 courses, primarily in the Midwest. Jake Mohr and Ted Lockie formed a partnership that combined the land owned by Jake and Lorraine Mohr with the design and construction expertise of Ted Lockie. Golfmohr Golf Club was created in 1963 and in 1965 the 18-hole course located on 148-acre tract opened for business as a daily fee facility. Green fees were $2.00, and memberships were $90.00 per year. Jake and Ted remained partners for seven years and both lived on the property. Jake and Lorraine lived in a new home next to the 10th tee, next door to the old, original farmhouse next to the 12th fairway. Ted and Alma Lockie lived in a home built behind the 8th green. In 1972, Ted and Alma Lockie retired to Florida and sold their interest in Golfmohr to Jake and Lorraine Mohr. In 1982, Jake and Lorraine Mohr made a decision to sell the course due to health reasons. The course was sold in 1982 to Quad Cities USA Golf Course Corporation. From 1982 to the present time, Golfmohr Golf Club has been owned and operated by this small corporation. Dennis Marker is the President of Quad Cities Golf Course Corporation. His wife Mary and son David serve on the Board of Directors. Many changes and upgrades have been made to Golfmohr in the decades under the current owners. Most recently a complete replacement of the irrigation system. Golfmohr's new state of the art irrigation system allowed us to remain green even thru the drought of 2005. Also, over 400 trees and shrubs have been planted during this time. Thirty-one new tees have been added, making Golfmohr play significantly longer and shorter. We now offer 5 sets of tees playing at over 6,900 yards from the tips as well as a forward set of tees playing under 5,000 yards enables golfers to select a yardage most enjoyable for him or her. We are proud to be the first golf course in the Quad City area to introduce twilight and senior rates. Something that every other daily fee course has emulated. We also introduced weekday and seven-day memberships, with or without riding privileges. The former golf car fleet of 30 cars has been expanded to the current 86 golf cars. A picnic pavilion was constructed and later expanded for seating for over 150. We have a strong sense of the history here at Golfmohr Golf Club. We consider ourselves the current caretakers with an obligation to carry on the tradition of the finest playing conditions, the best service at affordable prices. We hope you will join us in continuing the Golfmohr tradition.
Historic building brims with exhibits celebrating the contributions & cultural heritage of German Americans; temporary kaleidoscope exhibit
TPC Deere Run is the must play golf destination in the Midwest. Located in the quad cities region along the Mississippi River, this public Illinois golf course was built for the pros to be experienced by the everyday golfer. TPC Deere Run is an award winning championship golf course that has hosted the PGA Tour’s John Deere Classic each July since the year 2000. As part of the PGA Tour’s renowned TPC Network, TPC Deere Run is a sister course to the other TPC’s such as TPC Sawgrass, home of the Players Championship. The 385 acres of land that TPC Deere Run sits on is rich in American history; the land’s past includes Native American settlements, farming, coal mining, and most recently was one of the top horse and cattle breeding locations in the country. The 18 hole course itself has everything you’d want in a golf course: challenge, playability, and beauty. TPC Deere Run allows golfers of all levels to experience the challenge of a course that tests Tour professionals, and also gives golfers the same standards of quality and service that are normally reserved for professionals. The natural beauty where this golf course was built was preserved by golf architect D.A. Weibring – it still has the same familiar rolling landscape along Rock River. TPC Deere Run also features many elevation changes, scenic views, and beautifully framed oak trees accented by small ponds and deep ravines. With its outstanding conditioning and amenities, TPC Deere Run is the ideal golf destination in the Midwest.
From the merchant: Hands-on, FUN and active preschool STEM classes including NEW for 2016 Pint Size Science!
Performing silly tasks and hunting for checkpoints around the city, digital walking tour brings adventure and family-friendly fun
Players set out on scavenger hunt walking tour challenge through city answering questions and performing family-friendly tasks
Students can learn basic to advanced English Horseback Riding Skills in a friendly indoor arena
During this road course experience, formula car enthusiasts test their driving skills on a road course filled with twists and turns
The golf course at Riverside Casino & Golf Resort® will make any golfer feel like a champion. After all, it was designed by Rees Jones, a designer of championship golf courses. Jones adds this outstanding 18-hole course to his list of more than 100 courses, including seven U.S. Open venues, five PGA courses and three Ryder Cup sites.
Spanning over 7,400 yards, Riverside's world-class golf course offers players breathtaking vistas overlooking two rivers, man made lakes and diverse terrain. It all adds up to a one-of-a-kind golfing experience for beginners and pros alike.
Complementing this awesome golf course is a full-service golf clubhouse, a pro shop, and teaching and practice facilities.
Golf enthusiasts are invited to practice swing at a championship 18-hole course in a recreational friendly gathering
Welcome to Stone Creek Golf Club, located in Williamsburg, Iowa. Designed by five-time PGA Tour tournament winner D.A. Weibring, Stone Creek’s golf course features nine holes of immaculate greenery that earned it the title of Iowa Golf Association’s 2011 9-Hole Course of the Year and a spot on Golf Digest’s 2010 list of The 25 Best Nine-Hole Courses in America. The course’s fairways arch over rolling, parkland terrain as they filter toward greens that unnerve putting strokes with slick surfaces, subtle slopes, and shape-shifting holes. A coterie of 18 bunkers hugs the course’s fairways and green fringes, and water hazards appear on four holes. A two-floor clubhouse awaits at the end of the emerald circuit, where clubbers can drink in light refreshments and views of the course.
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