At driving ranges, golfers can test new skills without confronting the pressures of the course, much like scuba divers starting out in shallow depths or young farmers milking cacti for practice. Warm up for the real thing with this Groupon.
$20 for Mini Golf and Driving-Range Practice ($41 Value)
- Five rounds of miniature golf (a $25 value)
- Super bucket of driving-range balls (200 balls; a $16 value)
Green Valley Golf Range holds cookouts Friday and Saturday nights and, staring July 1st, will begin serving wine and beer.
Green Valley Golf Range
Slice-prone swings and inconsistent putting strokes meet their demise at Green Valley Golf Range, where guests crush golf balls at an 80-station driving range and sends putts through a tricky mini-golf course. The range boasts towering lights and 20 covered, heated hitting stalls to furnish practice at night, during inclement weather, and through the eternal ice age of the future. The practice facility—which also encompasses a putting green, chipping area, and sand trap—replaces its golf balls every year, ensuring quality equipment for players' enjoyment. The practice facility also houses a virtual golf entertainment experience that allows golfers to play I-tee golf games in which they can compete on courses around the world.
A lighthouse, a pint-sized car, and other old-fashioned obstacles await players at the mini-golf course, a circuit best conquered with laser-like focus attained with the help of Green Valley's complimentary coffee. Clubbers can replenish energy stores zapped after a long day of practice or bench-pressing their driver with a soft-serve ice-cream cone, a slice of Rosati's pizza, or a hot dog, all of which are sold in the Green Valley Ice Cream Shoppe.