Because great-aunts cannot resist pinching dimpled cheeks, the overwhelming number of dimples on a golf ball should confuse their grabby hands—defeating them once and for all. Drive dimpled dandies back into their holes with today's deal: for $14, you get either four medium buckets of balls (a $28 value) at the driving range or four rounds of mini golf (up to a $26 value) at Broadway Driving Range & Miniature Golf in Depew.
Named one of the top 100 driving ranges for 2011 in the United States by Golf Range magazine, Broadway Driving Range & Miniature Golf stretches across more than 350 yards of lush greenery. The range features a lineup of roofed tees for reflecting raindrops, as well as both grass tees and mats, which serve as launching pads for populating the skies with dimpled white spheroids. If you opt to putt rather than drive, you'll swing among the trappings of an old farm theme, which features a barn built in 1932 as its centerpiece. The course challenges players with deviously twisted mini fairways, interrupted here and there by antique farm tools and hand-cobbled variegated corn-ear loafers.
Calibrate your club to avoid slices and hooks, whether miniature or maxiature, and enjoy the sport that used to be baseball until clubs evolved into bats. Unlike many other golf establishments, which force customers to smuggle in their desserts, Broadway Driving Range & Miniature Golf offers delicious soft-serve custard in the form of Green Acres Ice Cream to refresh and refuel worn-out golfers.
Broadway Driving Range & Miniature Golf
Named one of America’s top 100 driving ranges by Golf Range Magazine in 2011, Broadway Driving Range & Miniature Golf invites golfers to hit drives on the 350 yard driving range featuring target greens. Golfers can practice on the range's natural grass tees or synthetic mats with adjustable tees. Also featured is a miniature golf course that is fun and challenging for all ages. The course winds through a farm themed circuit of 18 miniature golf holes featuring antique tractors. For a great way to end a visit, stop by Green Acres Ice Cream to enjoy one of the largest ice cream menus in Western New York.