- $35 for one hour of golf on an indoor simulator ($60 value)
There can be little doubt that the game of golf is demanding—and not just when it comes to lining up your shots. Getting to the first tee alone requires travel time and cooperative weather, while a full 18-hole round can easily consume half a day or more. The hurdles get even higher on extremely prestigious courses, where greens fees can set you back more than $100 per round.
Real golf, of course, can never be replaced, but indoor golf at GolfCave is a pretty worthy substitute. Entire rounds inside the facility's private simulators take an hour or less, since pace-of-play is never affected by slow groups, inclement weather, or mass squirrel migrations. Additionally, golfers can see what it's like to play on 25 world-renowned courses, such as Banff Springs in Canada and Pebble Beach in California.