There are certain golf shots that are best perfected away from the pressure-packed corridors of an actual golf course, and Manchester Family Golf Center maintains facilities to streamline off-course improvements. Along its driving range's 72 hitting stations, golfers practice their swings day and night to hit the balls farther and straighter with any clubs found in their bags or a museum's caveman exhibit. A waterfall emits calming vibes on the 18-hole miniature-golf course as players calibrate their putting strokes for the fast surface and topsy-turvy breaks. The center also boasts an indoor golf simulator, where golfers can play one of 15 digital golf courses in any weather condition. In addition, the center offers the services of PGA-certified pros who eagerly dispense advice on all facets of the golf game, including course management and scoring strategies.
At Tee-riffic Golf Center, things come in twos: there's a two-tiered driving range, a pair of 18-hole miniature golf courses, and ample opportunity to practice toward scribbling more "twos" on the scorecard. A new managerial team recently assumed control of the center, swapping out the old range balls, mats, and dividers for new equipment and upgrading the mini course with new stone and mulch. After clocking out of one of the 80 driving-range stalls or signing mini-golf scorecards with a big red kiss, visitors can amble into the pro shop, where they'll find gear by major golf brands such as Cleveland, Callaway, and Adams.
The kinetic clack of tiny orbs colliding with metal clubs welcomes club-toting clientele into Hoboken Golf's 5,300-square-foot practice facility, where players can hone their games year-round. Using a nine-hole putting course as well as several hitting areas that accommodate swings of varying fullness, the studio's versatile instructors can provide a hands-on assessment of all aspects of their pupils' games.