Game On: Best Places To Play In Dallas

Game On: Best Places To Play In Dallas

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If you're more activity-oriented, Dallas's got a fair amount of game-centric places for you to kick back and have fun!

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    This course places a premium on ball placement. If you end up in the rough go on and add 1 stroke to the hole. -- Rya via Foursquare
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    Love the layout of this course & have been playing for 3 years. However, the course conditions after poor right now while most courses are starting to green up, GCOD is still pretty crispy & brown?? -- Roderick Bables via Foursquare
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    The @foursquare mayor for Royal Oaks CC, @StanKeithHC, is one of the nicest guys you'll meet. Just don't try to nab the mayorship from him. ;-) -- Lovell Public Relations via Foursquare
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    BNI Giver's Gain chapter meets here Tuesday mornings at 11:15 -- Stephen Warrell via Foursquare
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    The Club Special drink in the bar tastes like a VERY refreshing Mountain Dew! It's amazeballs. -- Kat Smith via Foursquare
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    The bungee jump doesn't look high compared to all the other attractions, but it is def alot harder to make yourself jump from a fifty foot ledge than you would think. Also the freefall-has best rush. -- Lily Sassafrasss via Foursquare
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    Great Family Place -- Shamoka Carroll via Foursquare
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    Thunder Road—the family racetrack that lets you race single or double karts through hairpin turns, breathtaking twists, and double-decked elevations that will leave everyone screaming for more. -- Mazda via Foursquare
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    Wine list, kitchen, staff all good. -- Denton Holland via Foursquare
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    Nice facilities and the food was not too shabby. In addition, they are always delightful and accommodating to the TCU Business Network crowd. -- Kat Smith via Foursquare
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    Hit the ball into the hole -- Web Mayfield via Foursquare
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    What a rip-off! The place is cool BUT the prices are exorbitant! $50 for an hour of bowling. $5 for a pair of shoes. $8 for a long island. Spend 25% of what this place charges at a regular alley! -- Mike Frank via Foursquare
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