Like Shakira, a fluid golf swing harnesses snappy hip movements, looks amazing, and catches the eye of every passerby. Brush up on your swing physics with today’s Groupon to Choice Tee Fully Automated Driving Range, located just north of Houston in Spring. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get a half-hour golf lesson (a $30 value).
- For $11, you get two mini-golf packages (a $22 value).
The comprehensive golf facilities at Choice Tee offer the practice luxuries of a country club in an unintimidating, family-friendly atmosphere. The half-hour golf lesson provides plenty of knee pop, hip swivel, and elbow room in one of Choice Tee's 30 private, climate-controlled hitting bays, as dimpled spheres fly up to 350 yards across an open range. By combining the hard science of golf alchemy with the watchful eye of an instructor who’s been Level III certified by the U.S. Golf Teachers Federation, each lesson allows new golfers to coast along an abbreviated learning curve full of constant feedback, analysis, and well-deserved low fives.
Kids at heart and kids with hearts can swing furiously across the 19 holes of Choice Tee’s mini-golf course. With this Groupon, dueling putt-putters are each equipped with a fun ball, a bottle of water, and a bag of chips to replenish spent nutrients after braving a round of the course’s water holes and prisoner’s dilemmas.
Nine Yahoo! Locals give Choice Tee Fully Automated Driving Range five stars:
- The employees there are very helpful and nice, they accommodate you with whatever you need. – Julianna sanchez
- With the lights, fans, and the automation, it lets you work on your swing. When I walked in I thought I was in a Country Club!! First class operation. They even have miniature golf for the kids. – Keith
Throughout the year, Choice Tee keeps players in tiptop game shape with a fully automated driving range, golf-simulator room, and miniature-golf course. Ceiling fans rotate high above covered tees, keeping players cool as they practice driving balls further than 350 yards. The robotic tees reload after each drive, allowing players to practice without straining their backs. The facility also hosts surreal short-game practice on a 19-hole miniature-golf course. A misting fountain sits at the circuit’s epicenter, and a series of emerald corridors tests players who tap like a bugler at dawn through the labyrinth of faux-grass turf, harnessing their putt-putt prowess as they attempt to read testy breaks, outfox smooth-putting opponents, and curb cases of the yips.