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What You'll Get
Like trapeze artistry, practicing golf at the driving range requires a precision swing, a comfortable grip, and diligent practice to ensure a landing inside the nets. Hone your golf skills gracefully with today's Groupon: for $12, you get two large buckets of practice balls at Cedar Park Driving Range in Cedar Park (a $24 value).
Golfers polish precision swings along Cedar Park Driving Range's 37 hitting stations. Armed with around 300 practice balls, golfers craft a perfect pendulum on Cedar Park's grassy range, which simultaneously comforts and challenges golf enthusiasts with 18 shaded stations, eight water-misted stations, and treacherous sand bunkers to spruce up short-game strategy. Those without a bag of sticks can borrow clubs from more than a hundred swing-ready options that accommodate junior, right-handed, and left-handed golfers. The driving range is designed so that swingers can track distance with yardage targets and distance markers, which conveniently perform the wave when airborne sphere flies more than 300 yards.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Cedar Park Driving Range
The successive pinging of golf balls as they speed toward distant targets at Cedar Park Driving Range is a welcoming sound to visiting golfers, almost therapeutic. The expansive facility boasts 12 grass hitting bays for players who prefer a natural feel as well as 18 shaded stations with mat hitting bays, 10 of which cool down hardworking golfers and parched sand wedges with a water-misting system. Four circular targets—positioned at distances of 25, 50, 75, and 100 yards—help players dial in approach shots, while five distance markers—stationed at 50-yard intervals from 100 to 300 yards—help golfers gauge how far their golf-ball trebuchet is capable of sending a ball. Cedar Park Driving Range also has more than 100 clubs that they rent out free of charge.