Tenison Park Golf Course

Consistent upkeep is one of the most important factors to consider when planning a round of golf, as you don't want to find yourself three-putting on greens as slow as U.S. Open rough. Fortunately, you can always depend on Tenison Highlands to be in better condition than most other public courses. That it can be whipped into championship shape quickly is a big part of why the USGA chooses it for qualifying rounds, and why the Dallas City Championship tournament is held there each year. Of course, the rolling terrain, tons of trees, nice pro shop and rich history don't hurt, either. The one downside is that it's on the pricey side for a muni. But if you're on a budget, there's always Tenison Park's other course, Tenison Glen—a decent course in its own right.

PGA Tour Superstore

Screw foreplay, these places are downright orgasmic. If, that is, you get aroused milling around a warehouse filled with sports memorabilia, a gazillion Izods, two bajillion clubs, a tennis court, a putting green, a chipping area complete with sand trap and countless driving range stalls equipped with computer analysis, simulated courses and a daily $50 closest-to-the-pin contest. Go in for a casual Sunday afternoon look-see, and by the time you leave it'll be Tuesday. You'll get the usual golf gabfest about two-downs, three-putts, snowmen and worn-out impressions of Carl Spackler. But if you need anything to improve your game or at least a gadget to distract you from how seriously you suck, this is the place. Out front of one Plano location is a Hummer golf cart selling for a cool $12,435. Like the sign says, "This is big."

Dallas Cowboys Stadium

Duh. We'd say more, but The Dallas Morning News used up all the words with its coverage of the opening.

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