Golfers learn to see clubs as extensions of their own bodies by learning to eat soup with sand wedges and caressing their spouses' faces with putters. Foster club familiarity with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $30 for an 18-hole round in a golf simulator for two (up to a $50 value), plus a $10 voucher for pub food (up to a $60 total value)
- $60 for an 18-hole round in a golf simulator for four (up to a $100 value), plus a $20 voucher for pub food (up to a $120 total value)
Food vouchers can be used toward Angus cheeseburgers ($6), chicken fingers ($6), hot dogs ($2), and other classic grill fare.
Groton Pool & Golf Center’s rates fluctuate during 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.
98% of 186 customers recommend
“First time using simulators and it was fun. Rod was helpful in setting us up and getting us started.”
“Great way to spend a few hours, getting your golf fix, when Mother Nature is'nt cooperating. Rod is friendly and knowledgeable, and is more than willing to give you...”
“Great way to spend a few hours, getting your golf fix, when Mother Nature is'nt cooperating. Rod is friendly and knowledgeable, and is more than willing to give you a few pointers during your time there. I've had him do some work on my clubs as well, and he is very quick to get it done, while being very easy on your wallet. I highly recommend Rod's Golf.”
“great place, Rod is a great guy, offered helpful tips during play”