Greenville, South Carolina – Recreation, Sports Organization
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Greenville, SC – Recreation and Sports Organization
- Carolina One Volleyball
Carolina One is a non-profit, youth volleyball club serving players ages 5-18 in the Greenville and Pickens areas of Upstate South Carolina.
- Executive Women's Golf Association
The Greenville chapter offers women a wide range of organized golf activities, player development and education programs, along with volunteer, social and networking opportunities.
- Foothills Youth Rodeo Association
Foothills Youth Rodeo Association (FYRA) is a non-profit youth rodeo organization in upstate South Carolina.
- Greenville Badminton Club
A non-profit organization dedicated to the play and promotion of Badminton open to men, women, and children.
- Greenville Chess Club
Affiliate of the United States Chess Federation, players gather together Thursday evenings to play chess.
- Greenville County Recreation District
Greenville Recreation offers over 55 parks, trails, and recreation facilities for Greenville County residents to enjoy.
- Greenville Derby Dames
Greenville Derby Dames are a flat-track roller derby league in Greenville.
- Greenville Drive
The Greenville Drive is a minor league baseball team that plays in Greenville, South Carolina. They are a Class A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.
- Greenville Griffins Rugby Club
The Greenville Griffins Rugby Club is a Greenville based non-profit rugby group for men participating in games, tournaments, and social outings.
- Greenville Spinners Bicycle Club
Organization promoting bicycling in Greenville County offering weekly meetings and rides, training seminars, local discounts, and bicycle safety around town.
- Greenville Track Club
Established in 1972, the Greenville Track Club is the 2nd oldest running club in South Carolina. Its membership consists of men and women of all ages, who are interested in fitness through walking, jogging, and running.
- Greenville Woodworkers Guild
The Greenville Woodworkers Guild is a non-profit service organization comprised of woodworkers who create everything from simple toys and furniture to items that are best displayed in a museum.
- Palmetto Curling Club
South Carolina's first curling club is located in Taylors, South Carolina. Membership is open to men and women with all levels of skill.
- Palmetto Ski and Outing Club
A Ski And Social Club based in Upstate South Carolina hosting social events and outdoor activities year-round. Membership is composed of singles, couples, and families of all ages.
- Piedmont Wood Carvers Club
Located in Mauldin, South Carolina. the Wood Carvers Club welcomes members interested in the art of wood carving. The club hosts weekly carve-ins and a monthly meeting.
- South Carolina Kyudo Renmei
Located in Simpsonville, the South Carolina Kyudo Renmei promotes the growth of Kyudo, or Japanese longbow, throughout the region.
- Tri-County Soccer Club
The Tri-County Soccer Club serves children in Anderson, Greenville, and Pickens counties and strives to provide a safe and positive environment where children can learn sportsmanship and cooperation while establishing a sense of self esteem and well-being.
- Upstate Disc Golf Club
With a half dozen courses around the upstate, The Disc Golf Club continues to grow and improve disc golf in the region.
- YMCA of Greenville
With eleven facilities located within Greenville County, the YMCA of Greenville offers a variety of programs including fitness classes, karate, dance, aquatics, after school programs, summer camps, teen achievers, and many more.
– Adventure Guides
Adventure Guides is a program that strengthen the bond between fathers and their children ages 5-8. Available at four Greenville area branches, members often enjoy father/child camping, hiking, canoeing, cook-offs, and dances along with once a month gatherings.
– Teen Services
YMCA Teen Services is a program branch of the YMCA of Greenville offering two programs to teens: Teen Achievers and Youth in Government.