Note: CrossWoods Indoor Golf Center closed in April 2012.
Day or night, no matter what the weather, all levels of golfers can enjoy indoor golf and an indoor driving range at CrossWoods Indoor Golf Center. Ten separate stations are scheduled for tee times where you and your family or friends or co-workers can play golf on simulated courses or practice on the driving range.
This isn't at all like playing Wii Golf. The simulators feature 3-dimensional environments and effects, such as grass and trees that wave in the wind. You can set your golf experience for the type of round you'd like to play, including weather and course conditions, all in air-conditioned comfort of this comfortable, modern facility. Each golf simulator area has it's own television; you can watch golf, baseball or Judge Judy while you play, and each has a table and chairs where your group can relax and enjoy a snack or beverage. Yes, they have beer and wine.
A big screen TV and a putting green for those that might not be playing on the golf simulator (great for kids) and comfortable chairs makes this place feel like you are spending your leisure time in the living room that all golfers wish we had.
When you arrange a tee time at CrossWoods Indoor Golf Center, there is a time limit for a round of indoor golf which depends upon the number of players you have. Four players can play for 4 hours and 30 minutes. That should be plenty of time for any golf course, considering that you aren't spending any time walking or riding from hole to hole, waiting for slower groups in front of you, or searching for lost balls. There are no frost delays, no aeration schedules, there's no such thing as 'cart path only' play, and no mud on your shoes when you play indoor golf. Sunglasses, sunscreen or rain gear not required. There are still bunkers, but you won't have to climb in and out of them!