Chip Shots two indoor golf simulators are produced by "About Golf" and not only look amazing, they utilize state of the art technology to accurately track club speed, ball speed, and ball spin. This combination produces the most realistic golf experience you can get indoors. Sensors behind the screen use doppler radar to track hundreds of points on the club head and the struck golf ball and use a powerfull computer to project your ball's flight on the 12' X 10' screeen.
With 29 unique courses based on real and fantasy locations. Challenge yourself with Pebble Beach or enjoy the scenery of the Infamous 18.
Indoor golf simulators rates are per hour not per person. $30 per hour for course play. $15 per hour for driving range.
Example: A group of four playing 9 holes would take approximately 2 hours. Total cost: $60 or $7.50 per person/per hour.
Enjoy a round of golf and drinks away from the bugs or bad weather or keep your swing grooved in one of our winter leagues.
For best time, bring your own clubs. Please call ahead for a tee time.
The Golf Courses
Atlantis is the ultimate fantasy course for lovers of seaside golf. Designed by AboutGolf's imaginative course developers to take full advantage of the AboutGolf Simulator technology, Atlatis is a collection of fantasy holes stretching across a series of islands in the middle of the ocean. This course is a delight to view and fun to play.
Bay Harbor Golf Club
The first nine holes, The Links, is reminiscent of the Great Irish Seaside courses, The Links has miles of Lake Michigan shoreline forming a backdrop for this incomparable beauty. Accented with towering bluffs and dunes this couse is a stunning achievement in the sport of golf.
The second nine, the Quarry Course features a forty-foot gorge with shale cliffs, ponds and waterfall make this natural course a truly unique experience with the final three holes along Lake Michigan.
Donald Ross Memorial
Over five hundred golf courses were designed by Scotsman Donald Ross, the “Michelangelo” of golf course architecture. His designs reflected the philosophy that golf courses should be subtly deceptive rather than unduly penal... a true test for skilled players yet enjoyable for golfers of all abilities.
Eighteen recreations of the master’s greatest holes. St. Andrews, Pinehurst, Royal Dornoch, Inverness, Oakland Hills and others pay tribute to this accomplished designer. Greens are painstakingly detailed. Rated one of Michigan’s finest by Golf Digest.
The Far East Tour 9 Holes
Located in Shanghai, China, She Shan is the site of the HSBC Champions, the richest men's pro event in Asia. She Shan has hosted the event since its inaugural in 2005. The 2005 and 2006 fields included Tiger Woods.
Named “Michigan’s best resort course” by Golf Digest, The Heather, designed by Robert Trent Jones, features wide tree-lined fairways, sculpted bunkers and several daunting water hazards.
A classic layout winding it’s way through north woods forest and a blueberry bog. A shotmaker’s favorite, this course features excellent risk reward challenges. Ranked #55- Top 100 courses you can play -Golf Magazine.
The Hollow Grounds
A rolling, up and down hill links-style course. Despite its wide open appearance, it is quite difficult. Tall grasses line the fairways (sometimes splitting it) and surround the greens.
Deep sand traps are in “all the wrong places”, if you are off slightly on your shot, you will likely hit one. Large marsh/water hazards will also tempt you to “go for it”, when it may be wiser to play it safe.
Huzhou Hot Springs Golf Club
Located in the city of Huzhou about 3 hours from Shanghai, Huzhou Hot Spring is the #1 rated golf course in China. It is also the most exclusive golf course in China, with a membership fee of $200,000.
Huzhou Hot springs is a beautiful course graced by mountain terrain, a reservoir, old growth trees, and beautiful clear blue sky untouched by smog.
The Links at Casa de Campo
Water, Water, Everywhere The Links course, also designed by Pete Dye, has a moderately hilly track with tall bahia and guinea grass roughs as well as plenty of sand traps to keep you on your toes.
Thought by some to be reminiscent of traditional British and Scottish courses, there are several lagoons and even lakes with wading birds. There are five holes where water comes into play on this course making it a challenge unto itself.
The Myrtle Beach Tour
A compilation of the signature holes from eighteen of the finest courses in the Myrtle Beach area. Provides a sampler of the best the Grand Strand has to offer. Not overly difficult from the front tees, but can be a challenge from the tips.
Nine Dragons Seaview Nine
Located in the Nine Dragons Hill National Park, Nine Dragons Hill Admirals Golf Club is a 27 hole Ron Garl design featuring 3 distinct nines. The Seaview Nine sits 150 meters above the Ocean and provides stunning views over the entire Nine Dragons Hills Resort.
Nine Dragons Resort and Golf Club
Located in the Nine Dragons Hill National Park, Nine Dragons Hill Admirals Golf Club is a 27 hole Ron Garl design featuring 3 distinct nines.
This course features the Manor View Nine, which rolls thru the scenery of lakes and forest with some trees being over 300 years old, and The Canyon View Nine, which is carved out of an old quarry where you will play thru lakes, canyons and waterfalls. The feature hole is the island green 4th sitting in the center of the large man made lake created by the quarry.
Old Palm Golf Club
Course architect and Honorary Club Chairman Raymond Floyd provides an unrivaled design with Old Palm Golf Club’s 18-hole championship course which features stacked sod wall bunkers, cascading water features, lakes and an undulating terrain.
The par 72 championship course measures 7,272 yards from the tournament tees, and features heavily mounded terrain not often seen in a watery Florida course.
The Olde Course
The Olde Course is another product of the imaginations of the AboutGolf design crew. It can be thought of as St. Andrews on steroids. Emphasizing some of the classic features of a Scottish Links Course, The Olde Course throws in a few modern features, some trees, and unexpected challenges.
Oriental University City Golf Course
Oriental University City (OUC) is a little subdivision in a city call Lang Fang, 40km south of Beijing. It's the first college town built in China with more than 47 colleges and universities located on 5 km diameter plot of farmland. Surrounding the 47 colleges and universities are five golf courses. This golf course at OUC is Golf Course "A", the private member golf course.
Parkland Golf and Country Club
Designed by Greg Norman, the course creates areas that mimic the area’s local natural habitats...the cypress swamp, the low hammock and the pine flatland.
The golf course promises to challenge all levels of players and ages. Broad fairways are soft and continuous, luring the big hitters to let go with the driver, only to find deep bunkers of many sizes and shapes to catch the errant shot.
Pine Rivers Championship Golf Club
Another AboutGolf fantasy course, Pine Rivers is inspired by the great Pine Valley, the world's #1 rated course.
The Preserve 9 Holes
Laces its way through a pristine hardwood forest set just off the shore of Lake Michigan. A spectacular course offering excellent risk/reward throughout. A natural beauty.
Red Rock Valley
A wide open desert course with large greens that are fairly flat. Tees are spread out to allow for beginner play, but this is a fun course for seasoned veterans. Unique scenery.
A fairly flat course, lined with towering bald cypress and live oaks. There are expansive, forgiving fairways, but little room for error outside of that. You will find yourself hitting out of the many large sand traps more times than you would like.
Spyglass Hill Golf Course takes its name from Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel, Treasure Island. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Spyglass Hill features two distinctly different kinds of terrain that influence the way the holes look and play.
The first five holes roll through sandy seaside dunes challenging the golfer to carefully pick the safest path. The following 13 holes are cut through majestic pines with elevated greens and strategically placed bunkers and lakes to grab the errant shot.
The AboutGolf designers were unleashed on this fantasy course to produce the ultimate desert course. If you're a fan of desert golf, you'll love Sun Ridge.
Casa de Campo Teeth of the Dog
Consistently rated by Golf Magazine and others as the #1 golf course in the Caribbean and one of the top 35 courses in the world, this Pete Dye creation is a must play for any serious golfer.
The course features 7 holes on the ocean’s edge with outcropped peninsula tees and greens. The course gets its name from the signature # 5 par 3 which resembles a dog’s mouth from above.
The Texas Tour
The Texas Golf Tour presents a collection of 18 great holes in the great State of Texas. This course includes signature holes that include the 7th at Jack Nicklaus' Hills of Lakeway with its sectacular waterfall, as well as holes from Champions, site of the 1967 Ryder Cup, and Barton Hills designed by the great Tom Fazio.
The par-72 course at Tuscany Reserve Golf Club is collaborative design by Greg Norman and Pete Dye, two of golf’s most influential architects. Reserve’s championship course meanders along terraced hillsides with water features slowly spilling over aging stone walls into narrow finger-lakes and channels.
A picturesque farm-like landscape of olive groves and flowering orchards helps create the look and feel of Tuscany. The Tuscan landscape is reflected in the topography of the golf course, with a variety of uphill and downhill holes.
The Venetian Golf and River Club
Reminiscent of the work of the early masters of golf course architecture, the golf course at Venetian Golf & River Club is an 18-hole, par-72 masterpiece. Fairways throughout the course are generous and are framed with natural looking mounds, strategically located bunkers and an abundance of grass hollows.
Hazards are configured in a manner to make forced carries optional. With five sets of tee markers, Venetian provides players of all abilities with a dynamic golfing experience.
Waterlefe Golf and River Club
Located near Bradenton, Florida, Waterlefe’s unrivaled natural setting along the Manatee River is composed of a collection of signature golf holes designed by course architect Ted McAnlis.
The competitive layout presents a challenge for golfers of all skill levels. There are five sets of tees ranging in length from 4700 to 6908 yards. Features include five unforgettable holes that touch and border the scenic Manatee River.