Attention all golfers! You can now play amazing courses from all over the world, year-round, in an indoor setting. You can hone your skills even when there's 3 feet of snow on the ground. Burley has just opened an indoor golf course and bar.

The Indoor Golf Course And How It Works

The indoor golf course is called Birdies Only Indoor Golf. You can go in and play a round of golf on a simulator screen. You basically swing into a giant screen, depending on where your ball hits the screen and the velocity, it shows you where you would end up if you were actually on that course. You could play courses you may not otherwise get the chance to play like Augusta and Pebble Beach.

Other Courses You Can Check Out

Not only can you check out places like Kiawah Island Ocean Course, TPC Scottsdale, and Riviera Country Club. You can also play courses like Twin Falls Golf Clube, Coyote Spring Golf Club, Sun Valley Trail Creek, and more from Utah, Nevada and Idaho.

Reasons To Check Out Indoor Golf

No matter what the weather is like outside you can get some practice rounds in. It is a great way to improve your swing, check the distances of your clubs, and track your progress. Plus, it is a lot of fun to hang out with friends.

Hours Of Operation And Pricing

They are open Monday Through Saturday and you need to sign a waiver before you can go. You can get hourly rates or monthly passes. Monday through Thursday is $40 dollars per hour, and Friday and Saturday are $50 dollars per hour. Monthly passes start at $100 dollars per month. You can get more details at their website.

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