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10-pin targets tempt bowlers from end of 24 polished lanes equipped with cosmic lights & thumping sounds
Visitors can challenge their friends to get a better score in firearm handling using a handgun and a static target
Individuals learn silkisondan-style karate, combat hapkido, or self-defense techniques during one-hour classes
The golf course at Capital City Country Club is very special and unique to the State of Florida. It is a rolling course through massive pines and live oaks with elevation changes more commonly found in the Northeastern United States. The course begins with an elevated tee shot that must be carefully positioned in the left side of the first fairway. From this location the green is accessible, even the back right hole location that is hidden behind a large cavernous bunker. The first four holes of the course are difficult but the middle holes offer chances to recover, and the front nine ends with an uphill par five that can save your round.
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Fun stamp designs personalized with teacher’s name
Guides lead small groups of snorkelers into the waters of Crystal River to examine manatees in their natural habitat
Kids bounce across massive trampolines, perform aerial feats, and compete on dodgeball and basketball courts
Newly remodeled lanes host games of 10-pin during open bowl or cosmic bowling, while a new scoring system tallies strikes
Whether you’re a club pro or a fairway hacker, Golf Digest can help improve your game with equipment insight and professional player tips
Trained skydiving instructors take jumpers on a thrilling and safe journey through the skies
Hobby magazine helps readers understand technological advancements in aviation, home improvement, and other industries
Players can practice and improve their skills in bowling on the lanes equipped with AMF bumper rails
Learn about the great outdoors and interesting facts about surviving in nature with Backpacker Magazine
Connected to an instructor, skydivers hurtle toward the earth at 120 mph before opening their chutes and gliding down on a 5-minute descent
Emergency supply kits and supplies, from chargers to food rations
USPA-licensed instructors jump from a turbine airplane with customers in one of the world’s highest tandem skydives after a ground training
Sports and vintage car enthusiasts magazines with a plethora of tips on in-depth DIY projects, gear reviews, and a calendar of car events
The 18-hole “Quincy” course at the The Golf Club of Quincy facility in Quincy, Florida features 6,722 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 73 . The course rating is 71.2 and it has a slope rating of 135. Designed by Joseph L. Lee, the Quincy golf course opened in 1968.
Wildwood Golf Club’s 18-hole championship golf course features a challenging layout, mixing water and sand traps to provide golfers a variety of challenges while rewarding smart play. One of the friendliest in the Big Bend area; our par 72 layout is nestled among rolling hills and ancient oak trees. The course has four sets of tees to accommodate and entertain players of all ages and abilities. Wildwood’s golf course is open to both members and the public, perfect for an afternoon round after work or a weekend foursome. Our Golf club features a friendly staff and several amenities that help you to relax and enjoy the good life, with Southern hospitality and facilities that are second to none in the area. Our staff takes excellent care of the course, making sure that all greens and fairways are properly manicured to ensure an enjoyable, challenging round of golf. For those looking to improve their game, Wildwood also has a driving range and practice facilities, as well as a pro shop that carries a variety of new equipment and apparel.
Country Oaks….just the name itself suggests a tranquil, wooded setting that will no doubt provide a challenging course for all golf enthusiasts. Country Oaks is located just 4 miles from historic Thomasville, Georgia on Highway 122 (Pavo Road). The course is owned and operated by the City of Thomasville for the pleasure of residents and visitors alike. The warm, southern climate allows the course to be open year round. Situated among 160 acres of wild azaleas, dogwoods, pines, oaks, and magnolias, Country Oaks has 18 holes with a par of 72. The course plays 6,284 yards from the back tees with a USGA rating of 71.3. While not a long golf course by any stretch, it is very narrow, so a premium is placed on accuracy off the tee-box.
Madison is an exciting 9 hole regulation course located at the Madison Country Club facility in Madison, FL. From the longest tees it presents 3,074 yards of golf for a par of 36. The course was designed by and opened in 1953. The course rating is 34.8 with a slope rating of 119. The course contact is Pat Thompson, General Manager.
Based on age, kids’ races include various obstacles and tasks to allow children to compete, run, jump, and have fun just like grown-ups
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United States Parachuting Association–certified instructors and divers free fall then take 6-minute descents back to ground
Guests can spend quality time and enjoy attractions such as trampoline jumping, skating, or laser tag game
Articles about road tests, industry innovations, and auto shows keep car-lovers informed and itching to drive
Show off team pride with an LED sign that can be kept on desks, in dens, or anywhere else fans watch the game
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