The Virtuality Race of 1997 was an ill-fated scientific showdown that spawned inventions such as the toothbrush simulator and the virtual leisurely walk. Shoot for a more useful simulation with today's Groupon: for $45, you get two hours of indoor simulated golf for two players, plus two entrees (up to a $17.95 value), one appetizer (up to a $15.95 value), and two drinks (draft beer, house wine, or soda; up to a $5.25 value) at Frog Hair Grille and Golf (up to a $126.35 total value). Club rental is included in today's Groupon, though you may bring your own clubs to Frog Hair as well. This Groupon is not valid with other offers or discounts, and reservations are required.
Frog Hair's golf simulators (starting at $20 per hour for non-prime-time public simulators and valued at up to $32 per hour for private, prime-time use) use Doppler radar to measure everything from shot distance to swing accuracy. When using the simulators, golfers set ground, weather, and wind conditions, rivaling Zeus and teenage mutant witch covens alike with precise control of the elements. With eight simulators and around 30 realistic courses to choose from, you can determine the difficulty of the course, as well as the landscape you'll play on. A round of 18 holes on a simulator usually takes an hour per player. Once you're athletically sated, check out Frog Hair's seasonal menu for after-green fare such as the feta-laden Greek wrap ($8.95) or the Kobe beef burger ($12.95, $13.50 with cheese). Select items are available in perfect portions, so diners who fear leaving leftovers on top of the car can opt for a smaller serving of the roast turkey Caesar sandwich ($5.75 for perfect portion size) or the Cajun-infused fajita salad ($7.95 for perfect portion size).
For an extensive dining experience, plus a chance to experience golf without the sport's notoriously foamy sideline keggers, Frog Hair is an ideal destination. Its original combination of technology-enhanced sports and classically tasty cuisine is balanced with a comfortable, homey atmosphere. A bar and lounge area replete with plasma TVs and free WiFi is the perfect place to watch a game, browse for pro tips, and test out the new laptop's wing-sauce-resistant lacquer.
7800 Transit Rd.
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