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Just because there is an igloo covering the 18th hole doesn’t mean your golf game has to suffer. Hit the ground running this spring by practising at Toronto’s best indoor golf spots.
With five top-of-the-line aboutGolf simulators and a small putting green, this Queen West destination is ideal for a quick nine after work. Stick around for beer and nachos, and study some tape in their video suite to analyze your swing. $30/hour. 99 Sudbury St., 416-538-4653.
Kings Golf Academy
If blowing your buddies out of the bunker is your New Year’s resolution, take some lessons with CPGA Academy Director Chima McLean. It ain’t cheap, but you can earn it back when you’re playing $50 a stroke this summer. $425/six sessions. 100 Yonge St., Suite 1602, 416-977-8976.
Metro Golf Dome
No golf simulator can ever replicate the feeling of watching a well-hit ball fly. This 53,000 square-foot dome features 46 driving stations, putting greens and bunker stations. Why simulate when you can replicate? From $27/hour. 125 Milner Ave., 416-321-9331.
Golf Dome Mississauga
Just when you thought you couldn’t find a bigger bubble: The bubble formerly known as Nevada Bob’s Golf Dome (among others) is a 63,000 square foot beast, built for the long ball on a short dollar. Plus, it features six holes of putting and a short game zone. From $15/bucket. 5750 Datsun Rd., 905-564-4800.
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