The phosphorescent indoor landscape at Monster Mini Golf immerses putters in an eerie universe that inverts the sun-soaked cheer of conventional courses. Rimmed in glowing barriers, 18 holes lure swingers of all sizes to challenge their coordination and resolve in the face of winged monsters, scowling animated trees, a creepy clown, and their opponents' shockingly dazzling smiles. Sheltered from searing rain and howling wind, the indoor course enables play around hazards such as a spell well and luminous, ghostly windmill at any time of the year. An in-house radio station and DJ mask the sound of pounding hearts with lively beats and course commentary, and golfers looking for additional glory can win prizes by participating in regular contests or at the on-site arcade.
Brooklyn Golf Center invites players to swing at a buffet of practice areas, a newly renovated 18-hole executive course, or an 18-hole mini-golf course. The center?s driving range boasts 75 stalls, 25 of which are covered and heated, keeping the sun from burning fair-complected golf balls. After working on their long game, players can move to the putting green or chipping area to warm up before hitting the 18-hole executive course or putting through the mini-golf course. Those seeking educational guidance can take lessons with PGA Director of Golf Anthony Rodriquez or Joel Garyn, who harnesses more than 35 years of competitive golf experience. Before visiting the links, players can drop into a 900-square-foot pro shop stocked with gear from brands such as Mizuno, Nike, and Wilson. The center?s golf experts can match players with clubs from these brands during custom club fittings that determine ideal pairings. In addition to serving its own customers, Brooklyn Golf Center also supports community efforts as part of The First Tee program, which brings golf to young people who would never otherwise get the chance to grip a club.
Certified as a Class A instructor by the PGA, Jonathan Margolies unloads golf wisdom accrued through his extensive experience during private lessons conducted at the course of Cypress Creek Country Club. Armed with a well-rounded skill set, Jonathan can adeptly address all aspects of the game, helping golfers cure slice-prone swings, gain confidence in their short game, or learn which club is most effective as a backscratcher. In addition to his PGA recognition, Jonathan also bears certification from the Titleist Performance Institute, which affirms his in-depth understanding of golf-specific physical training. Players looking for an equipment upgrade can even consult Jonathan for advice on clubs: his experience as a Master club fitter makes him particularly astute in the subtle science of pairing people with bars of metal.
Hole in One Miniature Golf helps families and friends escape daily stresses by careening them across a well-maintained 18-hole course filled with tumbling waterfalls, trickling streams, and other scenic obstacles. As an added bonus, the course features plenty of lighting, meaning rounds can extend well past when the sun goes down and stars begin to poke out of their sky shells. Away from the course, a snack bar dishes out thin-crust pizzas?a Hole in One specialty.
All too often, putters and drivers are forced to share the spotlight. Over the years, that division of labor has weighed heavy on what was once a strong relationship between golf's two most popular clubs. But at Anchor Golf Center, neither club has to give any ground because each one has an area completely devoted to its services. Drivers can show off their strength at the facility's driving range, which features 30 covered hitting bays, 10 outdoor bays, and automated tees. Putters, meanwhile, can demonstrate their finesse at a renovated 18-hole mini-golf course complete with new turf carpeting and shrubbery that doesn't heckle anyone. Eventually, the two clubs can team up yet again during lessons taught by the center's first-rate staff or while aiming for low scores at Anchor's par 3 course.