Marred by bird attacks, sand traps made from cost-cutting quicksand, and texting-induced cart accidents, golf has surpassed lava surfing and equestrian water polo in annual sports injuries. Solidify your short game in a safe indoor environment with today’s Groupon to Max’s Golf Centre in Waterloo. Choose from the following two options:
- $7 for admission for two to a round of 18-hole mini golf (up to $15.25 value)
- $13 for 60 minutes of dome golf practice (up to $27.38 value)
This mini-golf mecca proffers both indoor and outdoor holes for all-season putting pleasure beneath one of the only golf domes from Toronto to Windsor. With winter weather at its worst, golfers can tap their way through boulders and misplaced cacti with pint-sized putters in the climate-controlled dome. When the sun wakes up on the right side of the bed, golfers can enjoy the two outdoor courses that take on ominous obstacles such as a waterfall, two watercourses, a spray, and charismatic shea butter salesmen. Aspiring Sam Sneeds can purchase the dome golf practice option and receive 60 minutes of dome time (normally $23.33 on weekdays, $27.38 on weekends) on one of Max's 36 tee mats. Practice swing, distance, and control while aiming for multiple suspended and floor targets.
Max's Sports World
Inside its multisport dome, Max's Sports World lets golfers and baseball players hone their craft throughout the year. Golfers can play digital versions of 30 world-renowned courses—including Pebble Beach and Spyglass—inside golf simulators, which make playing possible when the weather outside is rainy, snowy, or just too perfect to ruin with a triple bogey. They can crush golf balls toward a variety of suspended and floor-level targets with their irons and wedges on the indoor and outdoor driving ranges, which together account for 56 different hitting stations. Guests can also play a round of mini golf at either the 18-hole indoor circuit or the 36-hole outdoor putter's park, which winds around a central waterfall. Furthermore, the facility features six batting cages that resonate with the sounds of batters slapping sharp line drives, laying down bunts, and shouting threats at pitching machines that brush them back one too many times.
800 King St. N
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