The practice facility includes a double-ended driving range with a 2-acre natural grass tee box, a chipping and pitching area totaling 14,000 square feet, greenside and fairway practice bunkers, an additional 13,000-square-foot putting green, and TrackMan swing analysis technology.
Southwest resident and Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs releases her annual Year in Review.
The Bay Hill Women’s Golf Association nine-holers club celebrates the holidays with a scramble and luncheon.
Windermere High School’s varsity competition cheerleading team placed first in its division at the Master’s Cheer Classic last month. The girls also took third place overall.
Orlando Magic President of Basketball Operations Jeff Weltman announced David Tenney as the high performance director.
The Dr. Phillips 9-10-11 All Star Little League baseball team wins the District 14 Championship.
Dr. Phillips Little League’s Dodgers baseball team battled through storms, injuries, tough competition and a hard-fought double-header against the Mighty Brewers to capture the Spring 2017 Majors District Tournament. The boys were led by coaches David Duffy, Dennis Pope and Phil Miller, and team mom was Erika Kessler.
Luke Rosser of Oakland becomes to national champion for the 14-year-old age group at the USA Triathlon 2016 Youth and Junior Championship.
Oakland resident Luke Rosser, a Type 1 diabetic swimmer and triathlete, completed the USA Triathlon 2016 Youth and Junior Championship held in Ohio. Rosser won first place, becoming the national champion for the 14-year-old age group. The event saw …
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Ruben Saldana, Jeremy Nunez, (back, l. to r.) Matt Clapp, Noah Sullivan, Austin Snyder and JJ Rogers of the Dip Brother Hood ultimate dodgeball team win Sky Zone Orlando’s first Ultimate Dodgeball Qualifier.
Sky Zone Orlando hosted its first Ultimate Dodgeball Qualifier. The winning team, Dip Brother Hood from the Dr. Phillips area, had the opportunity to compete in the fifth annual Ultimate Dodgeball Championship in Las Vegas for a shot at $50,000.
Team members included Matt Clapp, Jeremy Nunez, JJ Rogers, Ruben Saldana, Austin Snyder and Noah Sullivan.
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Presenting the Coca-Cola Orlando Eye
Winderlakes resident Diana Chastain (front, center) and Southwest resident Todd Andrus (front, right) Orlando Eye head of marketing, take a turn on the newly dubbed Coca–Cola Orlando Eye.
To celebrate the renaming of The Orlando Eye to the Coca–Cola Orlando Eye, the 400-foot observation wheel offered all guests a complimentary Coca-Cola beverage. With the new partnership comes an enhanced experience, featuring a bold and contemporary look throughout the exterior of the Eye’s terminal building, including Coca-Cola’s signature red-and-white colors. On the wheel itself, select capsules have been …