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Full Swing: First Swing Clinic for Seniors

This is a clinic designed to teach Senior beginners and newcomers to the game the full swing. It accompanies the Short Game clinic and will teach the golfer basic skills necessary to play golf.

Full Swing: First Swing Clinic For the Public

This is a First Swing clinic designed to teach beginners and newcomers the Full Swing. The clinic is presented by a PGA Teaching Pro.

Games Club

Nothing bring a group of kids together better than playing games and having fun. BREC has created a club with the purpose of bringing kids of all ages together to engage in fun competition through a variety of games. From the ultra competitive to the fun-loving, all are welcome to join the Games Club!

Geaux Fish! Rodeo

Grab your fishing pole and Mardi Gras beads and head to the newly renovated North Sherwood Community Park to GEAUX FISHING! BREC Conservation and Outdoor Adventure are joining forces to offer you a fun way to spend your Mardi Gras break. We will stock the pond with adult channel catfish to ensure you have plenty of catch to parade around. Don’t miss this chance to see this newly renovated park and enjoy the day outside with the family. This event is weather dependent. Registration the morning of will also be available.

Genexis League Prep Program for Beginners

This program is for adult beginner players who want to improve their tennis skills in preparation to play league tennis. Monthly and weekly rates are offered.

Group Games: Anna T. Jordan

Are you looking for fun and fellowship with people in your age group? Join us for Group Games where you’ll interact with other seniors and compete in games of Dominoes, Uno, Scrabble and many other fun and challenging games.

Group Games: Antioch

Are you looking for fun and fellowship with people in your age group? Join us for Group Games where you’ll interact with other seniors and compete in games of Dominoes, Uno, Scrabble and many other fun and challenging games.

Group Games: Gus Young

Are you looking for fun and fellowship with people in your age group? Join us for Group Games where you’ll interact with other seniors and compete in games of Dominoes, Uno, Scrabble and many other fun and challenging games.

Guardian & Me Archery: North Sherwood Forest

This class serves as a one-day introduction to archery. Bring a family member with you, or someone who resembles family, to either location and enjoy learning a new skill together.

Guardian & Me Archery: Plank Road

This class serves as a one-day introduction to archery. Bring a family member with you, or someone who resembles family, to either location and enjoy learning a new skill together.

Guitar Lessons

Students will learn the basic skills of guitar including finger locations, tuning, chords, and scales in a group setting.

Hearts & Hooves Therapeutic Riding Program

Riders ages six and older with disabilities participate in a six-week session of riding lessons tailored to their needs. Enjoy a one hour class on horseback learning stretching exercises, basic equitation and games. Horseback riding is known to improve core strength and coordination and provide a unique social opportunity with peers. Maximum class sizes of 10 riders, with three instructors and up to three volunteer assistants per rider.

High School Golf Course

Developing local home school golf team(s) with the intent of playing competitively locally and at the National Championship. This is primarily for youth in middle and high school. Training will involve learning to play in competitive events and the rules of golf.

High School Golf Team Clinics

pen to newer and intermediate level players who are seeking to improve their playing abilities that will enable to play competitively for their High School Golf Team. Students must be referred to clinics by the School's Golf Coach or AD.

High School Golf Teams

Developing local home school golf team(s) with the intent of playing competitively locally and at the National Championship. This is primarily for youth in middle and high school. Training will involve learning to play in competitive events and the rules of golf.

Highland Park Junior Tennis Academy

This is a continuous, year-round program separated into semesters. Skill levels include beginner, advanced beginner and intermediate. Academy Director Natalie Johnson

Highland Road Physical Education Class for Homeschoolers

This physical education class is offered to homeschool groups ages 4 years and up.

Home-School Tennis Program: City-Brooks

A six-week program designed especially for home-schooled children to learn about the game of tennis.

Horseshoes & Camping Crews

Horses and Camping? What could be better than camping with your Neeeighbor? Join us for the first annual Horse Shoes and Camping Crew campout at Farr Park.

Intermediate Level League Play

This program is for those who have gone through our Intermediate Level clinics and now wish to participate in a friendly competitive format.

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