Contact Karen Roney, 733-2582 x200 or email@example.com
Allow yourself & your staff a little indulgence. Why not locate at “the place to be” – the offices at Terradyne. Conduct your business in a suite at one of the most recognized buildings in Kansas with a championship golf course right outside the front door near Wichita.
The second and third floors offer beautiful views to the North or South. Suites range from approximately 200 sq. ft. to 1200 sq. ft., some of which can be combined for larger accommodations.
If you desire to become a Member of Terradyne Country Club, your initiation fee will be waived with your signed lease contract. Then enjoy your beautiful office inside this gorgeous building with the following amenities on-site: a fitness center, pool, wonderful restaurant and meeting facilities, tennis and golf. Our award winning Head Golf Pro and his staff are also on-site and available for golf instruction. The Golf Shop is full service, selling comfortable golf attire and equipment. Set up a lesson, play a few holes and have dinner with that important client – close the deal!
Located in Andover, we are just minutes from East Wichita, Jabara Airport, K-96, I-35, and K-254. Downtown Wichita is a short 20 minutes away and you can arrive at Mid Continent Airport in just half an hour. Easily accessible and a beautiful location...It's the Place to be!
Suite 100 - Hereford House Office
Angie Kuhn, General Mgr
Rachel Forshee, Event Mgr
Suite 200 – Inland Home Mortgage
Suite 207 - Viking Power Dozer
Suite 209 – Landstar Associates, Inc.
North Slope Roofing, LLC
Automotive Resources, LLC
R.A.C.E. Charities Foundation
Suite 210 – Red Door Three, LLC
Suite 211 - Tozier, Parkway, Housh, Jones Agency
Matt R Smith
Suite 212 – Massage Therapist
Suite 216 – John W Hawkins Agency
Suite 217 – Robrahn Financial, LLC
Suite 218 – Legacy Map Design, LLC
Suite 219 – Central Financial Services Wichita
Suite 220 – Remote Computer Service
Suite 221 - Monster Leadership Alliance, LLC
Suite 222 – Sabre, Inc
coming June 1!
Suite 223 - Bookkeeping N Beyond
Suite 225 – First Tee of Greater Wichita
Suite 228 – Trajectory RCS, LLC
Suite 230 – Windsor HR Services, Inc
Suite 231 - Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network
Duke Greenwood (316) 733-9595
Jerry Bahl (316) 733-9596
Suite 302 - Modern Salon
Suite 303/306 – Terradyne Hair.Skin.Body
Eva Martin (316) 807-4688
Darla Huddleston (316) 990-8984
Leah Nygren (316) 204-0324
Alli Russell (316) 461-5972
Kari Drehs (316) 734-7146
Cinnamon Eyster (316) 841-4173
Addie Peterman (316) 308-8813
Anna Bachelor (316) 559-7788
Suite 307 – Hello Beautiful Salon
Cassie Woodcook (316) 992-8001
Kelsey Adkins (316) 680-3713
Breann Ogden (316) 304-6312
Suite 308 - Salon L
Lindsey Bourne (316) 833-1989
Suite 309 – Available
891 square feet
Suite 310 – Tangles Unlimited, Inc
Twanda Hamilton (316) 682-6036
Suite 311 – Radiant Transformations Skincare
Stacy Blew (316) 390-3048
Suite 312 – Available
609 square feet
Suite 314 – Short & Sassy Salon
Shannon Dennett (316) 734-3657
Crystal Young (316) 323-7343
Suite 316 – Ty Marcell Salon
Ty Marcell (316) 312-8360
Suite 318 – Bronze @ Terradyne
Andrea White (316) 218-3344
5:30 - 6:30 pm For session information, please contact the Golf Shop, 733-5851.
Please contact the Golf Shop for details and get signed up early! 733-5851.
AIM SMALL, MISS SMALL
Quite often when I am playing with members I see them make a good swing with good contact and miss the fairway by twenty yards. Confused, they will look at me and ask what happened. When I ask what they were aiming at, it is amazing how often they reply, “The fairway”. While it seems like a good concept, aiming into a 35 yard wide fairway is not nearly as precise as we need to be. There seems to be an intimidation that settles in on a golfer when I tell them to aim at a branch/sign/etc. in the distance. “I can’t hit that exact line, I’m not good enough”. We don’t have to hit that exact line, but if we can aim at a small target and miss that by a little bit, you will be in much better shape that just aiming at a huge fairway and missing that. Hence the term “Aim small, miss small”.
Assistant Golf Professional