The top in Topgolf stands for target-oriented practice, but most people are not practicing, they are just having fun. There are numerous games to choose from, and Topgolf wows both hardcore golfers and those who never play at the same time.
It’s impossible not to compare it to bowling: Serious players might bring their own equipment, while most choose clubs off the loaner racks, but everyone is there to have fun, and it is a highly social and family-friendly event.
When it comes to American cities, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles dominate the market—and the conversation. Yet the Big Three continuing to grow more crowded (and more expensive) has proved advantageous to other cities across the country, which attract people with cheaper rents, space to create, and local cultural and culinary movements. And whether these "runway cities" are new to the tarmac, have been taxiing for some time, or are just about to take off, we can’t wait to visit them in 2017.
With fall just beginning to show its true colors, wine lovers can take advantage of the gorgeous foliage at one of Harrison County Indiana’s many great wineries. As the leaves change from green to bursts of brilliant red and yellow, visitors can watch the scene unfold while sipping a glass of their favorite regional wines. Each of Harrison County’s wineries is set among the scenic, rolling hills of the southern Indiana countryside, offering the ideal place to watch summer fade and fall arrive. And there’s plenty more to do than just relax and enjoy the crisp fall air. Wineries across Harrison County, where Corydon is the county seat, host seasonal events to get visitors into the fall spirit.