Intro To Golf
Twin Brook Golf Center
Have you meant to learn to play golf for years? Now’s the time ‘fore’ fun! Learn the basics with fellow novices. Learn terminology, rules, etiquette, full swing fundamentals, putting, chipping, and bunker play. Class meets at Twin Brook Golf Center in Tinton Falls. All equipment is provided.
Sat, Sept 6-Oct 4, 9-10:30 am
Fee and Code: $149, XRECR 025 W
Learn To Sail
Seas Monmouth, Red Cross certified sailing instructors
Combined classroom and hands-on instruction will give the adult beginning sailor the skills and confidence to operate a small sailboat. Four classroom sessions and two Saturday sailing sessions (rescheduled if there is inclement weather) on the Shrewsbury River aboard Lasers or 14-17 foot sloops. Successful completion of the course leads to a SEAS Basic Sailing certificate. A basic swimming test is required (treading water and putting on a floatation device), administered during the second class. Students are required to provide a personal floatation device (PFD) for the water sessions. Fee includes textbook. Ages 18 and up only. 6 SESSIONS
Mon & Thurs, Sept 8- 18, 7-9 pm
Sat, Sept 13 & 20, 9 am- 4 pm on the water
Fee and Code: $199, XRECR 006 W
Tenniscise – Racqueteer Group Fitness
Joshua Gordon, instructor
This unique group fitness class (for ages 40+) uses games, interval training aerobics, and tennis drills to make exercise fun and enjoyable. No tennis experience necessary. However, if you are a tennis player looking to increase your tennis endurance, the exercises are designed to improve your court coverage and mobility. ‘Racqueteers’ will move between exercises and games at your own pace on the tennis court. Bring a racquet. 4 SESSIONS
Tue, Sept 9-30, 9:45-11 am
Fee and Code: $49, XRECR 050 W
Nick Bhagat, instructor
Learn tennis basics and find out if it is love. On-the-court instruction for beginner to intermediate players will include game rules, and etiquette, as well as techniques for forehand, backhand, and serving. Bring your racquet and one container of tennis balls. 5 SESSIONS
Sun, Sept 28-Oct 26, 9-10:30 am
Fee and Code: $89, XRECR 037 W
Ready To Learn To Ride?
Join fellow adult novice riders in a hands-on, horse-on experience. Learn about the different riding styles, English or Western, grooming and care of horses, and the world of horsemanship for pleasure. Classes held, rain or shine, at Baymar Farms, 38 Harbor Road, Morganville, 07751. Baymar Farms is situated on 30 park-like acres with two outdoor arenas and a state-of-the-art indoor riding arena. Ages 18 and up only. Enrollment limited. 5 SESSIONS
Mon, Sept 29-Oct 27, 6:30-7:30 pm
Fee and Code: $199, XRECR 049 W
Level 1 Coaching Certification
Nicholas Cammarano, instructor and coach
Get professional training on specific areas of coaching, from running a try-out to offensive and defensive practice strategies. Ethics and evaluations will be examined throughout the program. Instructor has 15+ years experience in coaching. He is currently Head Basketball Coach for Frank Antonides School, West Long Branch, and the Assistant Head Coach, Quarterbacks, Secondary, for the Spotswood Varsity Football Team, Spotswood. 3 SESSIONS
Session 1 – The Try Out: Planning the before, during and after.
Session 2 – Developing practice plans to incorporate offensive/defensive skills to match game scenarios
Session 3 – The coaching experience, decisions, ethics, and parents
Mon, Oct 20-Nov 3, 7-9 pm
Fee and Code: $59, XRECR 047 W
Motorcycle Riders’ Education Basic, Experienced, And Advanced
Basic Rider Course: Learn the basics of motorcycle operation, effective braking, turning skills and obstacle avoidance,including safe riding strategies. Helmets and motorcycles provided.
The Basic Rider Course 2 (formerly the Experienced Rider Course): Covers the skills that will enable you to respond with precision and accuracy to unexpected road and traffic situations.
The Advanced Rider Course: A one-day course that includes a fast-paced classroom segment with several interactive activities to improve perception and hazard awareness. Enhance basic skills, crash avoidance skills. Improvie braking skills and cornering finesse.
For information, schedules and/or to register for a class, visit www.renj.com or call Rider Education of New Jersey at 732-572-0800.