The new management team has made some sweeping, eye-catching changes at Big Swing Golf Center. The driving range, which includes 10 heated hitting bays and more than 150 stalls, boasts brand-new mats and balls. Here, PGA Professional Sean Driscoll uses the latest technology to maximize performance during onsite private and group lessons.
The renovated 36-hole mini-golf course has been carefully landscaped with lush foliage and natural-looking rock formations. Unlike other mini-golf courses that are overrun with cheesy decorations, such as pirate ships wrapped in streamers, Big Swing’s mini-golf course surrounds players with murmuring brooks and cascading waterfalls. It uses sloping greens and tricky obstacles to both entertain and challenge golfers. Big Swing is perfect for parties as it also offers three-speed batting cages and Richman's ice cream at Mulligan's Snack Stand.
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On one autumn morning every year at Creamy Acres Farm, the corn stalks shake from more than an early breeze. They are beset by monsters: vampires, werewolves, zombies, all racing through a winding trail as though in pursuit of the same quarry. They aren't hunting, though. They're vying for first place. Runners sweat underneath their faux fangs and matted fur as they compete in the Costume 5k. They zoom through the farm's corn maze and Night of Terror attractions on their way to the finish line, their shoes the only telltale sign of their human roots. Once they reach the race's end, they kick off a celebration, sharing refreshments and listening to music as the staff doles out awards. The race's chief concern is holiday spirit; therefore, its prizes honor top finishers as well as those who wore the best costume, devised the best group costume, and sang "Monster Mash" the least amount of times.
Okinawa Kenpo Karate Academy teaches children so much more than self-defense. For more than 20 years, instructors armed with at least a bachelor's degree have combined classic fighting techniques with important character-building lessons centered on concepts such as kindness, confidence, personal safety, and the discipline to face opponents armed with cool trading cards. Adult classes instill the same skills, exploring basic martial arts techniques and granting a full-body workout without requiring any previous experience. Beyond their standard karate lessons, the experts also teach other martial arts—such as the self-defense techniques of krav maga, the slow, energetic movements of tai chi, and the somersaults and takedowns of capoeira—and teach general fitness classes, including Pilates.
Soccer. Field hockey. Lacrosse. Arena Football. Baseball. Softball. Volleyball. Wrestling. Total Turf Experience hosts all of these sports, a task that would seem like a scheduling nightmare if it weren't for its massive arena. It encompasses 22 acres and features six lighted indoor turf fields, as well as outdoor fields. It also includes a dedicated training area filled with weight benches and exercise machines, as well as a cafe that churns out flatbread sandwiches, pizza, and smoothies. It even eradicates traffic jams with five lighted acres dedicated just to parking.
And Total Turf Experience isn't just for series athletes and their families. The facility hosts birthday parties, too, entertaining kids with traditional sports or activities such as bubble ball.