Recreation & Sport in Omaha, NE

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Knolls Golf Course - Golf Course in Omaha(402) 493-1740
The Knolls Golf Course is an founded 18-hole, championship rated golf course conveniently situated in Northwest Omaha, only minutes from I-680. This picturesque course, adorned with lakes and creeks throughout, is challenging yet enjoyable for all skill levels. With four lakes, 46 bunkers and a river running through the golf course a challenge is offered on every hole. Manicured like a Private Facility with exceptional putting greens. Considered one of the most popular ways to entertain importantwww.knollsgolf.com
11630 Sahler Street, Omaha NE, 68164
Recreation & SportGolf Courses & Equipment
Prime Time Tixx(402) 884-7272
We sell sports, concert, and theatre tickets for all events around the world. Being situated in Nebraska means we currently have a great range of Nebraska Football tickets, College World Series tickets, Kansas City Chiefs tickets, and all local concerts. However, we don't limit ourselves to selling local events. We can assist you find tickets for anything. We sell Super Bowl Tickets, Broadway Tickets, Final 4 Tickets, NFL Tickets, NBA Tickets, NASCAR Tickets, MLB Tickets, NHL Tickets, NCAA Tickets,www.primetimetixx.com
8031 West Cntr Road, Omaha NE, 68124
Recreation & SportFootball Clubs & Equipment
Ironwood Golf & Country Club(402) 333-7500
Ironwood is truly a family oriented club with an average age of 51, 48% of the membership under the age of 45, and over 600 kids under the age of 16. We strongly believe our Junior Golf, Junior Tennis, and Junior Swimming programs to be the finest in the Midwest and our central Omaha location is 2nd to none. Ironwood is a member owned Club and governed by a Board of Directors made up of golfing members, as a result, the Club operates with a focused emphasis on membership services. Member accessibilitywww.ironwoodgolfclub.com
12627 Pacific Street, Omaha NE, 68154
Recreation & SportSporting Clubs
Omaha Mens Senior Baseball Lg(402) 339-6778
Welcome to OMSBL.com, home of the Omaha Men's Senior Baseball League. The OMSBL is Located in the Omaha/Council Bluffs Metro Area. The OMSBL has divisions for 22 & Over, 35 & Over and 45 & Over. Personal players and teams are welcome. The regular season runs from April to September and all games are played on Sundays and Wednesdays. Fall Baseball season runs from September to late October. No games are schedule on Holidays or Mother's Day. National Tournaments are played in Phoenix, AZ during thewww.omsbl.com
4817 Aspen Drive, Omaha NE, 68157
Recreation & SportBaseball Clubs & Equipment
Steiner Academy Of Martial Art - Kendo in Omaha(402) 493-4733
Our Academy teaches a system of Martial Arts known as Kempo in Japanese, or Chuan'Fa in Chinese. The Art of Kempo has a long and colorful history that originated in China and encompasses Hawaii, Japan and Okinawa. The word Kempo means Fist Method, or The Way of the Fist. The teachers of ancient China classified three categories of fighting: striking (chuan'fa) grappling (shuai jiao) and joint-locking (qin na) Although Kempo is named for one of these, we teach methods that deal with all three disciplinessteinerama.com
3908 North 138th Street, Omaha NE
Recreation & SportMartial Arts
RTC Martial Arts(402) 968-4948
RTC Martial Arts is the school of Mr. Anthony Ray. Here we don't do things because we're told. We don't do things because of tradition. We do things because they are effective. Because no single soul fights the same, no single soul is taught the same. The student is responsible to take the techniques taught to them and implement them into their own personal form. RTC Martial Arts is the school of Mr. Anthony Ray. Here we don't do things because we're told. We don't do things because of tradition.www.rtcmartialarts.com
4834 South 97th st, Omaha NE, 68127
Recreation & SportSporting Clubs
Millard Athletic Softball - Baseball in Omaha(402) 891-6550
At MAA your player will have an opportunity to play against some different teams with minimal, if any, repetition. You can review how many teams played MAA last season by clicking on TEAMS above and selecting 2009 In-House for the Season. Check it out! MAA The Place To Play! 2010 Late Registration Begins March second As of March second, the 2010 Late Registration period has begun. Registrations will continue to be taken on a 1st come, 1st serve basis.www.maabaseball.com
4871 South 136th Street, Omaha NE, 68137
Recreation & SportBaseball Clubs & Equipment
Omaha Marine Center - Boat Accessories in Omaha(402) 339-9600
Omaha Marine Center has been in the sales and service business for over three decades. We maintain the biggest service department and team in the area. Our service team has over one hundred years of combined Marine service experience. Six out of ten of our service employees have been at OMC for over six years three have been with us for over 10 years. We employ factory trained and certified technicians for all of your winterizing, maintenance, and repair requirements on Mercruiser, Indmar, PCM, Mercury,www.omahamarinecenter.com
9610 L Street, Omaha NE, 68127
Recreation & SportBoat Dealers
Omaha Sports Academy(402) 504-1222
Omaha Sports Academy strives to understand the requirements and interests of Omaha youth, adults and families by delivering unparalleled programs, services and facility amenities. Boasting more than thirty, 000 square feet, this center includes four full courts, a specially designed court for youth ages two to six, a complete-service concession stand, spectator seating as well as other multi-sport training and recreation amenities. We're poised to raise the bar on youth sports training a well aswww.omahasportsacademy.com
11726 Stonegate Circle, Omaha NE, 68164
Recreation & SportSports Training
Moy Yat Ving Tsun Kung Fu - Kung Fu in Omaha(402) 592-1611
The aim of her system was to utilize the most economic physical movements to achieve maximum effectiveness against the strength of other martial arts systems. Yim Ving Tsun was Ng Mui's 1st student. Ng Mui taught the system to Yim Ving Tsun so that she could defend herself against a warlord who wanted to force her to marry him. Yim Ving Tsun successfully defended herself and started to pass the system along. In recent times, the greatest master of the Ving Tsun system was the late Yip Man, who taughtwww.kungfuomaha.com
11007 I Street, Omaha NE, 68137
Recreation & SportMartial Arts