Improving your golf game is about more than just adapting a trying harder face. You have to do a bit more than just furrow your brow, hold your breath and tense up a bit before you take a swing. Prove that practice is the only way to make perfect and save 50% on a session at the driving range with eighty balls and a soft drink of choice for up to four people at Fichardtpark Driving Range.
There’s really no better way to sharpen up your swing than a session at the driving range; it’s also the easiest way to ensure that you don’t need to start using anti-wrinkle cream for your permanently furrowed brow. With either twenty or forty balls to whack away at Fichardtpark, you can perfect your technique and smooth out your stroke in no time. It’s no secret that a good swing is necessary for a great game; not only will it take you one step closer to being able to give the Big Easy a run for the green jacket, it’ll also rid you of the nightmarish images of mocking, sentient golf-carts and bunkers the size of the Grand-Canyon whenever someone mentions your par.
Of course, a driving range isn’t just about practicing your swing. It’s also quite enjoyable for players when they don’t have enough time for a full eighteen holes. All in all, standing on the range and whacking away at a few balls can be more enjoyable and stress-relieving than popping popcorn without the lid on, or paying all your bills with five cent coins. Whether it’s just you and a buddy hitting a few balls around or a whole crowd of you, a day at the driving range is the perfect time to catch up on your chit-chat while you snigger at each other’s follow-through pose. When your buckets are empty, head on down and grab a soft drink of your choice to keep the camaraderie going and slake the thirst that all your drive-drilling worked up.
Stroke Statistic: The largest bunker in the world is on a golf-course in Sweden called “The Pendulum Course”. Stretching over a square kilometre, the bunker is known by club-members and the URF-hazard.