Home on the driving range is more fun than home on the regular range, in that there is no fear of a deer or buffalo attack. Spend some times knocking golf balls into oblivion with today's deal: for $25, you get a pass good for five large buckets at Natick Golf Learning Center in Natick, a $45 value. You have access to the artificial turf stations, but if you choose to hit off a grass hitting station, add $2 per bucket on the day of redemption.
The recently redone driving range is a vast field of stroke refinery. In addition to straight shooting, there are two chipping greens to help you brush up your soft touch, a putting green for the short game, and a practice bunker to perfect the game's toughest and most enraging place to be. The target greens are SkyCaddie equipped for accurate range finding, and there are even flags to measure club-chucking distances on a bad slice.
Shake off the wintry flakes that have accrued on your golf gear during the icy offseason with a few large buckets' worth of practice. With each back and forth of your clubbed pendulum, control, power, and confidence will be restored to pre-hibernation levels. Use today’s Groupon to challenge a golf buddy to a farthest-drive contest, to tactfully submit to a boss in a putt-off, or to ready your swing for an upcoming horror-movie audition. Pick up two Groupons for 10 buckets of balls, giving you enough drives to restore muscle memory to photographic prowess.
Three Yelpers give Natick Golf Learning Center a solid three stars:
Natick Golf Learning Center
Golfers across the handicap spectrum practice bogey-thwarting skills at Natick Golf Learning Center, where PGA- and LPGA-certified pros preside over a multifaceted outdoor practice facility. The center’s outdoor driving range offers 75 artificial and natural-grass hitting mats; two chipping greens, a putting green, and a practice bunker let players practice their finesse shots. During daily lessons, the pros enlist video analysis and other teaching aids to help pupils tackle new skills or correct recent on-course weaknesses.