Turning Stone has unveiled its latest creation, a new 17,000 square foot indoor golf facility.
"This is the perfect place to perfect every part of your golf game," Turning Stone director of golf operations Miles Blundell said. "You can work on bump and run shots, chip shots, long putts and short putts. It really provides an opportunity for you to get better."
One of the aspects Turning Stone wanted to emphasize was providing as real of an experience as possible for the golfer.
"A lot of indoor facilities are flat, Blundell said. "This one has uphill, downhill and side hill slopes along with bunkers, fairways and different cuts of rough."
Turning Stone anticipates its busiest months will be from November through March, but that doesn't mean it will be quiet during the summer.
"When it's 100 degrees outside, it's climate controlled in here at 70 degrees," Blundell said. "The sun isn't beating down on you and it's just a comfortable place to practice."
The facility is charging $9 per half hour and it officially opened to the public on Monday.
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