Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Golf lessons
Pro Tip: Everybody has their own golf swing from which to start from in improving their golf game
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
What makes your business stand out?
Golf lessons are based upon the students experience, physical capabilities, equipment, and ability to practice. There is not one golf swing for everyone. We all have our own swing that we have developed over time. Video is available and can be used. Scheduling is very easy and can be done almost anytime.
What inspired you or the owner (if that’s not you) to start or run this business?
Love of the game of golf and the desire to introduce as many people as possible to a lifetime of enjoyment. Also, the immediate gratification that one gets from teaching and sharing like experiences.
What’s your favorite part about your job?
Interaction with all types of people and sharing their enjoyment in learning the game of golf.
Putt-Putt Fun Center's diminutive diversions pack a full-size dose of afternoon entertainment for fun-seeking families and putt-putt enthusiasts alike. Grab a putter and whack dimpled balls into 18 holes spread across three mini golf courses. Play the angles and employ your secret mini swing to achieve that satisfying ball-in-cup clink while keeping score in pencil, an erasable alternative for situations requiring mulligans or tactical alterations of your opponent’s stroke numbers. Children 5 and younger can play at Putt-Putt Fun Center for $1, so feel free to bring the entire family for a relaxing day of club swinging.
Established in 1933, The Hub has since excelled at cooking up simmering chili, grilled dogs, burgers, and fries to please its patrons. Check the menu and try the franks with or without The Hub’s original chili sauce and onions ($0.99), or wrap your meat cylinder in a thick blanket of batter and call it a corn dog ($1.29). The Hub's burger with cheese ($4.50) pairs well with a boat of fries and sauce ($4.75) or crispy onion rings ($4). Customers can eat indoors or, when the weather warms up, consume their chili-clad cache under a canopy of sunlight while watching the bats and balls frolicking inside the adjoining batting cages.
Lasers flash across a 4,000-square-foot arena. Bumper boats splash against each other in a 135,000-gallon lake. An elastic EuroBungy harness flings bouncers skyward for death-defying flips. These are just a few of the attractions and activities at Fun 'n' Stuff, where families can also fill their days by racing go-karts, climbing a rock wall, or gliding around a rink on rented roller skates. Guests who want to breathe in fresh air can putt through two 18-hole mini golf courses, whack balls in five hardball and four softball cages, and slide down a 24-foot inflatable slide. The littlest visitors play in a ball pit, whereas the Extreme Looping Bikes send older ones soaring through the air, just like the majestic eagle they rode to their middle-school graduation.
A towering dome dedicated to golf practice looms over The Golf Dome’s multifaceted grounds, serving as the gravitational center of a facility dedicated to recreational golf and baseball practice. Inside the vaulted white roof, golfers stroke drives from one of 34 hitting bays at the indoor, two-tiered driving range, where distance-reading software flashes instant readouts of shot trajectory and the pain inflicted on each practice ball. The dome further facilitates climate-controlled clubbing with a putting and chipping area and Full Swing golf simulators, which allow golfers to play digital recreations of more than 30 of the world’s top courses.
Outside, a scenic, 20-foot waterfall draws players to the 18-hole miniature golf course, where contoured greens run between rocky outcrops, interrupted by water that comes into play on 14 holes. The din of sharply struck line drives echoes throughout the grounds, sonic evidence of the six adjacent batting cages, where players swing at high-arching softballs, baseballs hurled at up to 75 miles per hour, and tiny meteors raining from the sky.
Bat-A-Rama's seven batting cages, which spit out softballs or baseballs, are designed to let the hitter pick the speed and height of the pitches based on skill level. Each $1 token forces the machines to throw 15 pitches, providing ample opportunity to practice swinging for the fences, hitting behind a runner, or catching moving balls in plastic grocery bags. Three of the seven cages spew both hardball and slow softball pitches, and one speedily whips out softballs sans arc. Though not included in this Groupon, Bat-A-Rama makes old-fashioned ice cream on-site.