I used to golf a lot in college, but once I moved to Toronto getting out to the driving range wasn’t the same carefree excursion it was back home. Subways and streetcars weren’t designed for a bag full of clubs after all.
But one of the things that have always intrigued me are the huge, inflated bubbles that you could hit a bucket of balls in. I always wondered how it would compare to the outdoor establishments and the kid in me just wanted to know if it was as science-ficitony inside as they looked from the outside.
Turns out it’s pretty much the same, but with air conditioning and artificial lighting. The best part about the Metro Golf Dome in Scarborough is that it has two levels of mats. There’s something really fun about about hitting a ball from twenty feet up in the air.