Golf club designers often consult aerospace engineers to fulfill dreams of experimental-alloy drivers and converting the solar system into a nine-hole executive course. Take your game to the next frontier with today’s Groupon to Groton Pool & Golf Center in Groton. Choose from the following options:
- For $30, you get an indoor round of golf for two (a $60 value) that includes:
- 18-holes of simulated golf for two (a $25 value each)
$10 worth of pub fare at Mulligan’s Bar and Grille<p>
- For $60, you get an indoor round of golf for four (a $120 value) that includes:
- 18-holes of simulated golf for four (a $25 value each)
$20 worth of pub fare at Mulligan’s Bar and Grille<p>
- For $120, you get an indoor round of golf for eight (a $240 value) that includes:
- 18-holes of simulated golf for eight (a $25 value each)
- $40 worth of pub fare at Mulligan’s Bar and Grille<p>
When Groton Pool & Golf Center’s nine-hole course is closed for the season, players can hone their strokes on a pair of indoor golf simulators that stay open year-round. Like a teleportation device in Greg Norman’s spaceship, the Deadsolid golf simulators whisk players to any of 36 renowned clubs throughout the world. The virtual program digitally recreates every aspect of each course from the green’s pitches to the caddies’ regional dialects. Golfers use their own clubs as they tee off into backdrops of fairways, bunkers, and water hazards identical to those found on courses such as Pebble Beach. After completing their rounds, golfers can kick back in Mulligan’s Bar and Grille a non-simulated, fully three-dimensional pub with grill fare such as Black Angus cheeseburgers ($6) and golden fried chicken fingers ($6).
Groton Pool & Golf Center’s rates fluctuate throughout the week.
Rod's Golf Improvement Center
Though most fairways and greens lie dormant during the winter chill, Rod's Golf Improvement Center's spring to life year-round. Here, golfers can land birdies and pars during rounds at famous courses vividly replicated by three golf simulators. Golfers can also fine-tune their game at driving nets or the practice putting green, which allows them to stop carefully trimming their home's carpets with scissors.
PGA-certified pro Rod Van Guilder oversees the entire operation, and zeroes in on helping golfers sharpen their skills during lessons and club-fitting services. For those looking to upgrade their gear, the center sells golf equipment and repairs broken clubs.