Tee off at Palm Harbor House of Beer

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PHHOB’s golf simulator is considered high-tech by golf simulator standard, and features over 40 famous courses from around the globe. Golfers take full swings into the 16-foot screen, just like the screens available at prestigious golf academies throughout the world.

If you prefer driving, you can select the driving range option. If you like to keep your tykes nearby when consuming your brews, they will love the four miniature golf courses.

If you’re “teed off” about your performance, the swing analyzer will get you back in the game. It will show your ball speed, launch angle, spin, club path, etc.

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As awesome as this is, you need to plan ahead in order to secure a spot at this “golf course.” Reservations are accepted up to one week in advance, with credit card. Call 727-734-BEER, email [email protected] , or just stop in for a brew, to secure your spot. You can either play a round of golf (allow 60-75 minutes per round per golfer), reserve a 30-minute practice session, perfect your swing with the simulator, play target golf or hit a bucket of golf balls.

For those of you who enjoy mixing golf with social interaction, PHHOB will soon host weekly leagues, tournaments and contests, such as hole in one and long drive.

So put on your plaid pants and head to Palm Harbor House of Beer, where golf is in the House!

For more information, visit palmharborhob.com or their Facebook page (facebook.com/HOBPalmHarbor).

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Tee off at Palm Harbor House of Beer

If you’re looking for a unique activity to partake in while drinking your favorite craft beer, how about playing a round of golf? Just in time for the scorching days of summer that will soon be upon us, Palm Harbor House of Beer has introduced a $45,000 state of the art golf simulator, where you can play golf in the air conditioning with 50 craft beers within arm’s length.

Golf simulators were created in the early 1970s, to allow players the option of golfing in a controlled, and temperature-controlled, environment (in their leisure suits). As you can imagine, golf simulators have come a long way since then.

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