- $20 for four Groupons, each good for $10 toward mini golf, batting cages, and buckets of driving-range balls ($40 value)
Stix Fun Center
Chris Congdon always wanted to own his own driving range. But before he could do that, he had to take care of a few things on the course, first. After turning pro in 1993, Congdon went on to win numerous tournaments, including the 2002 Boston Open. A short while later, after a detour into the world of sales, Chris returned to his passion by purchasing the former Airport Golf in North Attleboro in 2012. Almost immediately, Chris began to make the facility all his own, beginning first by renaming it Stix Fun Center. Soon after, he completely renovated the driving range, upgraded the facility’s batting cages, and even recarpeted the mini-golf course so that families could play and trash-talk one another on an even playing field. Stix Fun Center also serves Del's frozen lemonade.