Like performing on a trapeze, practicing golf at the driving range requires a sturdy swing, a comfortable grip, and the accuracy to land inside the nets. Bring grace to your golf game with today's Groupon for multiple visits to Cedar Park Driving Range in Cedar Park. Golfers receive a medium bucket containing around 100 golf balls each visit. Choose from the following options:
- For $13, you get a three-visit punch card (up to a $27 value).
- For $22, you get a five-visit punch card (up to a $45 value).
- For $45, you get a ten-visit punch card (up to a $90 value).
Golfers at Cedar Park Driving Range can polish their swings at one of 37 hitting stations, or they can zip over to a short-game grass practice area to smack chip shots onto a simulated green. During each visit, golfers are armed with around 100 sharable practice spheres, allowing couples to tee off in tandem and families to swing with the rhythm of Duke Ellington's grandfather clock. Drivers can fire off shots from synthetic stations or revel in the feeling of real grass beneath their irons at one of the recently added turf tee boxes. Shaded and water-misted stations simultaneously comfort and challenge golfers, and treacherous sand bunkers help players refine their short-game strategy. The driving range is designed so that swingers can track distance using yardage targets and distance markers that perform the wave when spheres fly more than 300 yards.
Those without a bag of sticks can borrow from a club collection comprising more than 100 swing-ready options, including styles for juniors and right- and left-handed golfers. In addition to sharing the buckets, card holders may use multiple punches per visit to accommodate friends who want to join in the orb bashing.
Cedar Park Driving Range
The successive pinging of golf balls as they speed toward distant targets at Cedar Park Driving Range is a welcoming sound to visiting golfers, almost therapeutic. The expansive facility boasts 12 grass hitting bays for players who prefer a natural feel as well as 18 shaded stations with mat hitting bays, 10 of which cool down hardworking golfers and parched sand wedges with a water-misting system. Four circular targets—positioned at distances of 25, 50, 75, and 100 yards—help players dial in approach shots, while five distance markers—stationed at 50-yard intervals from 100 to 300 yards—help golfers gauge how far their golf-ball trebuchet is capable of sending a ball. Cedar Park Driving Range also has more than 100 clubs that they rent out free of charge.