AllGolf Center provides large practice facilities where you can hone both your long and short game, rain or shine. Sharpen your drive on a two-tiered driving range with targets and landing areas, or focus on putting in the 36-hole mini-golf courses and practice-putting areas. Each AllGolf Center even has onsite 18-hole golf courses littered with hazards, where players can test their new techniques and audition new caddies. If you need a break, you can check out new clubs at the fully stocked pro shop or take horizontal swings in the onsite batting cages.
Located in the newly restored historic Coral Gables Country Club, Liberty Caffe serves freshly baked pastries, crisp salads, and local Florida orange juice. Behind a lit glass case stuffed with crisp salads and buttery croissants, baristas pour foamy cappuccinos at the coffee bar and scoop cups of house-made gelato made from traditional Italian recipes and garnished with fresh strawberries and hazelnuts. Diners can slide into tables facing a row of open, arched windows overlooking the country club's manicured landscape of green grass, swaying palm trees, and fist-shaking groundskeepers.
Settle into your stance, take a few warm-up swings, and then launch the ball on its joyful arc to the green with today’s Groupon. This deal takes you out on the links for a private golf lesson at Jim McLean Golf School, located on the beautiful grounds of the legendary Doral Golf Resort & Spa. With this Groupon, $70 gets you a one-hour private lesson with one of Jim McLean's certified instructors in a perfect learning environment for both first-timers and experienced golfers.
Once the site of the PGA Tour's Miami Open, the Miami Springs Golf course spans 6,785 yards of well-groomed, challenging terrain, playing to a par 71 from its blue and white tees and par 72 from its ladies' red tees. After dismounting from their mechanical steeds, club-wielding competitors battle cunning landscaping to prevent the covetous branches of mature trees that hug fairways' edges from seizing dimpled orbs, or sinking into the canal, which conspires to swallow plaid-covered ankles on sections of the back nine. Straighten out your swing before a round with a bucket of 70 range balls, included in today's deal, to use at the course's grass-tee driving range, or get in some moonlit swings to prepare for high-stakes blindfolded golf tournaments.
Miami Golf pairs a technologically refined training center and a vast selection of golf gear to help golfers hone their game year-round. Rather than attempting to craft their own wedges by taping doorstops to the end of fishing poles, golfers can visit the retail section, which sells clubs, clothing, and equipment from top brands such as Adidas, Ben Hogan, Momentus Golf, and TaylorMade. Miami Golf's practice studio offers game-grooming lessons and services that enlist swing-tracking technology, video swing analysis, and launch monitors, which use Doppler technology to record variables such as spin, ball speed, and the likelihood of indoor thunderstorms. Students can further enhance their swings with custom club-fitting services, which measure swing profile and body dimensions to pair players with their optimal set of clubs. Club technicians also provide repairs and adjustments for broken shafts or players who need an experimental grip to start putting with their feet.
Tee off at one of two nine-hole golf courses maintained by the Miami-Dade County Park & Recreation Department. Whether chipping onto the green at Greynolds or dodging water hazards and hazardous water monsters at Briar Bay, golfers of all experience levels can play quick, challenging rounds. Briar Bay Golf Course sprawls in all directions across 30 acres of lush greenery polka-dotted with trees and bunkers. Each year, this par 31 executive golf course serves as home for more than 40,000 rounds of golf and several hundred nighttime games of bio-sonar badminton. Greynolds Park similarly tests golfers with a par 36 course that stretches 3,100 yards from the longest tees. After matches at Greynolds, players can retire to a spacious clubhouse to tabulate scores and settle any draws with a round of rock-paper-scissors.