The family is the basic unit of society—yet statistically, family members are the very people most likely to steal the extra Arch Deluxe you've been saving for all these years. Solidify family alliances and suss out enemies with today's Groupon: for $10, you get a sports fun pass, which includes one round of mini golf (up to a $7 value), six batting-cage tokens (a $5 value), a small bucket of range balls (a $5 value), access to the chipping and putting green (a $1 value), and a small Flavor Burst ice cream (a $2 value) at All American Sports Center in North Ridgeville.
All American Sports Center entertains athletes of all ages with professional-grade golf-practice facilities as well as a mini golf course, batting cages, and an arcade. Fun Pass holders get access to the manicured driving range, which shelters golfers with 20 heated tees and 40 seasonal grass tees, all of which are illuminated after dark to increase your chances of spotting UFOs while you swing. The driving range also helps hone short games with an expansive 10,000-square-foot putting green and a chipping green with sand bunkers.
The 18-hole mini golf course puts putting skills to the test with challenging obstacles including hills and waterfalls. Alternatively, nine separate batting cages offer slow- and fast-pitch softball and baseball settings that help batters refine bat-wielding skills that mesmerize fans like a time-lapse video of a caterpillar’s majestic transformation into a vibrant, delicate rattlesnake. All American Sports Center also offers Fun Pass holders a respite from outdoor games with an indoor arcade and a café that helps cool scorching palates with Coke products and Flavor Burst ice cream.
All American Sports Center
From a bird's-eye view, the emerald expanse of All American Sports Center is unmistakably devoted to the sports of golf and baseball. No less than 20 heated tees and 40 seasonal grass tees line the driving range, allowing players to keep shooting for the horizon even after the sun sets and the towering lampposts light up the field. For short games, the center also features a 10,000-square-foot putting green as well as a chipping green complete with hazards such as sand bunkers and kiddie pools full of jury summons. The 18-hole miniature golf course encourages visitors to unwind as they putt past decorative waterfalls and rivers. At the dugout, guests can switch gears to baseball or softball, taking up bats to turn away the wrath of variable-speed pitching machines.