Golf Cart Rules

If you are planning on using a cart on the golf course, be sure to know proper cart etiquette. Each course has its own rules, and they may change from day to day. These rules are implemented to protect the players, as well as the turf on the fairways and greens. After you have paid your greens fee, be sure to check with the clubhouse to see which rules currently apply. Read More 

Benefits Of Tumbling Classes

As parents get ready for the school year to start up, many are looking for activities for their children beyond the classroom.  Every week it seems that there are articles in the paper and online about the problems of childhood obesity and the lifelong health risks that this poses.  With schools cutting back athletics programs to focus on more standardized testing, parents are helping their children stay in shape with after school programs. Read More 

How To Stand Up On A Wakeboard

Wakeboarding is such a thrill. But before you get out on the boat, you should read these helpful tips. This article will help you learn how to stand up on a wakeboard, such as a Hyperlite wakeboard. This is often the hardest part of the whole ordeal! Make Sure the Driver Knows How to Drive This first step is very important. If your driver goes too fast or too slow, you might find it impossible to get up. Read More 

The Ultimate Guide To Boat Winterizing For First-Time Boat Owners

If you are a first-time boat owner, you might not know how to prepare your boat for winter storage. Mold, dead batteries, corrosion and other things can happen if a boat isn't properly prepared for storage. Below is a guideline for winterizing your boat. Prepare The Hull The hull needs to be thoroughly cleaned before you store your boat. It's best to use a mild detergent to wash the hull. If you use the boat for fishing, you might want to wash the interior of the boat twice so that fishy smells are removed. Read More 

Etiquette At RV Parks

A recreational vehicle, or RV, can be a great way to take a short vacation or a trip across the country. Having your mode of transportation and your 'hotel room' in one gives you more flexibility and, often, more fun. Knowing the unspoken 'rules' and etiquette of RV parks will make your vacation that much more enjoyable. Here are some tips that will make you as comfortable and welcome as an experienced camper, even if it's your first time in an RV park. Read More