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Yvonne A.
Report | 5 months ago
The staff was very helpful! we had a very enjoyable time!
Charles B.
Report | 7 months ago
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Travis G.
Report | 7 months ago
Take advantage of the driving range simulator before you begin your session. I would recommend using all of your clubs and from all of the lies. As great as as the simulator technology is it is still not the same as playing on a real golf course and taking the time to practice to get a feel for how the simulator responds to your style of play will help you when you begin your round. Also, don't hesitate to ask the staff for advice, they are very helpful and professional. I was impressed with the overall operation and setup of the facility and will be visiting again when i get the chance.
William C.
Report | 7 months ago
The game is very different in a simulator versus the course! Tough to get used to, but fun nonetheless.
Chad L.
Report | 7 months ago
Fun to play, staff is very accommodating. They have challenging courses for any level of golfer. Order food ahead as TGIF is the supplier - we waited over 45 minutes for appetizers at 2pm! Other than that will be back to play - Augusta next!!

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The ping of a flush drive reverberates through OptiGolf Syracuse's 8,300-square-foot facility, an indoor haven for fairway fiends. Here, 10 OptiGolf simulators vividly recreate more than 100 championship golf courses, including famous tracks such as Pebble Beach and the Old Course at St Andrews. Two private simulator rooms foster intimate rounds or private parties, while a specialty TGI Fridays menu and a full bar with six draft beers and top-shelf liquor keep spirits high. Golfers are encouraged to bring their own clubs, and they can even call ahead to have someone bring in their clubs from the parking lot, allowing guests to release their caddy from the indentured-servitude contract.

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