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What You'll Get
Spend a fun afternoon unleashing years of pent-up Battletoads-induced anger against small dimpled spheres with today’s side deal: for $5, you can leisurely blast through a jumbo bucket of balls (a $10 value) at the driving range at Cincinnati Golf Center, located just south of King's Island.
The Cincinnati Golf Center stocks its driving range with over 32,000 new golf balls, 120 of which join hands inside a jumbo bucket and anxiously await their predestined flights. With each swing, user-friendly Trackman radar units monitor club delivery and ball trajectory for shots of up to 400 yards, helping golfers recognize their mistakes and adjust their swing accordingly. The golf center is staffed by two non-judgmental, PGA-sanctioned golf professionals who are trained to spot pro-golf-player imposters, so leave the Jack Nicklaus mask in the closet and come as you are to sharpen your clubbing skills.
Besides a driving range, the Cincinnati Golf Center offers a pro shop with name-brand golf gear, a short-game practice area, and a learning center where newborn infants can be schooled in the martial golf arts. With today’s side deal, exercise your asphyxiated swinging muscles and develop the part of your brain that naturally controls one's ability to launch speeding projectiles through the air like pumpkins from a catapult.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. No cash back or credit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Cincinnati Golf Center
Cincinnati Golf Center immerses visitors in practice for golf both miniature and normal-sized with 36 holes of mini golf as well as a grass tee area and a two-tier mat tee area. The two 18-hole mini-golf courses slink past obstacles such as water fountains, rocky areas, sloth-like groups ahead, and tricky upslopes and downslopes. A two-tier driving range features open air and covered mats and a natural grass area for players to hone their iron approaches and booming drives, while a pair of putting greens give them space to perfect long lags and tap-ins alike. With a heated bottom floor, customers can practice their golf game all year long.