Indoor Golf Comes to Fenton

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FENTON, Michigan, February 22, 2019

Michigan loves golf! Unfortunately, Michigan weather is not always cooperative when it comes to scheduling a tee time. Snow covered fairways give way to air-inflated domes and indoor golf facilities. Now, Fenton has it’s own indoor golf simulator center.

Tee to Green Indoor Golf is located at 1580 North Leroy Street, Suite 9, Fenton, MI. It is Fenton’s 1st indoor golf simulator facility. Owners Sarah and Phil Senter welcome golfers of all ages and skill levels to their new facility.

Big Opening

Tomorrow, Feb 23rd, 2019 Tee to Green Golf starts their first Indoor Golf tournament. The event is a 4 person scramble with prize money and a skins game is also scheduled. The tournament runs for the next 3 weeks to give everyone an opportunity to compete. If you would like to give indoor golf a try and maybe win some prizes, call 810-354-8111 to book a Tee Time for the Tournament.

Reservations are required for all golf activities. Tee to Green Indoor Golf is open from 10 am to 10 pm daily.

Indoor Golf

For guys and gals that just can’t wait for the spring thaw, indoor golf is a great way to feed your golf appetite year round. You can practice your game with the sense of playing on premier courses of your choice. Here are some of the fantastic layouts you can play.

  • Cabo del Sol
  • Cambrian Ridge
  • Gallery North
  • Greywolf
  • Kauri Cliffs
  • King & the Bear
  • Loch Lomond
  • New South Wales
  • Pacific Rim
  • Raven Golf Club Phoenix
  • Skeleton Coast
  • Superstition Mountain

Tee to Green Indoor Golf offers hourly rental, league play, tournaments, and golf parties. Rates are very reasonable, 30$ per simulation during the weekday and 40$ per simulator Saturday and Sunday. Private lessons are available for those who want to hone their skills in preparation for the outdoor season.

A Popular Option to Outdoor Golf

Some of the advantages of indoor golf are the ability to play a round of golf in much less time than on the course. Experience all type of shots, no searching for lost balls, great for those with disabilities. The competitive nature of the game is preserved in a controlled environment.

Owner Sarah Senter suggests that indoor golf is a great way to improve your game. “Our computerized sensors record every swing and display stats immediately. You get instant feedback on such factors as club angle, club speed, ball speed, launch angle and more. For serious golfers, it’s valuable input that can lead to better consistency and lower scores.”

Call 810-354-8111 and set your tee time for a practice session. Sodas and snacks are available during your visit. Support a local business and have some fun. It’s warm and we promise it won’t rain or snow during your round.