When Atlantis fell, the only survivors were its golfers, whose vast knowledge of water hazards saw them to safety. Hone game-saving skills with today’s Groupon for golf practice and other sporty fun at Max’s Golf Centre. Choose from the following options:
- For $15, you get an 18-hole round of indoor mini golf for four (a $31.59 value).
- For $14, you get one hour of golf practice at the indoor driving range (a $29.37 value).
- For $24, you get one hour in the RapidShot hockey-training system (a $56.49 value).<p>
Max’s Golf Centre’s cavernous dome proffers year-round club-swinging and puck-slapping pleasure with its indoor driving range, mini-golf course, and newly acquired RapidShot hockey-training system. Duffers pulverize dimpled orbs from the two-tiered, 36-stall indoor driving range, where targets both on the floor and suspended in the air beckon seductively to golfers and lonely 3-woods. Large boulders add a rugged vibe to the centre’s 18-hole, indoor mini-golf course, which flummoxes formidable greensmen with faux-grass corridors traversable with the help of a complementary putter. Guests who prefer their sports served on ice can opt to hone stick-wielding savvy with an hour in the RapidShot hockey-training system. Upon entering a glass cage, shooters find themselves amid a crossfire of fast-flung pucks, catching them with their crooked sticks and immediately firing them into targets on the other end. Players can customize eight settings that include puck speed and passing frequency to establish a training rigour that suits their hockey experience and genealogical proximity to the Gretzky bloodline.
Max's Golf Centre
Inside its multisport dome, Max's Golf Centre 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
Waterloo, Ontario N2J 4G8