Take a Swing at the All New Indoor Golf Facility in Oakland County
Well, well, well, it looks like there's a new indoor golf facility in Rochester Hills.
Tee Times is Michigan's first vision 2 multiple surface and movement golf simulator. It's a 9,000-square-foot indoor golf simulator and bar. According to The Oakland Press, The state-of-the-art simulators feature five hitting surfaces including a fairway, rough, and bunker along with an articulating platform to simulate the terrain of a golf course
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Brandon Shaya, Tee Times co-owner:
Our idea was to create the ultimate indoor golf facility. We’ve seen places similar to ours in operation, but none featured a full-service kitchen or the amount of bays we have provided using this amazing technology. Our goal is to create a new standard in social entertainment that attracts both avid and non-golfers by combining socializing, dining, and golf.
Their plan is to open up two more Tee Times by the end of 2023.
What Kind of Food Do They Have?
They have a somewhat small menu but perfect for a place like this. They have steak skewers, calamari, chicken tenders, tater kegs, nachos, veggie trays, sliders, wraps, wings, salads, and more.
Is Tee Times Already Open?
Yes, Tee Times Officially opened its doors on December, 26.
Tee Times is open bright and early at 7 am, 7 days a week.
How Much Does it Cost?
Prices range from $40-$70 per hour, depending on the time.
You can find out more on their website
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