LUBBOCK, TX - It is hard to miss what will soon be Lubbock's newest attraction. The 125 foot tall nets of 4ORE! Golf can be seen for miles.
Soon enough the Hub City's first golf entertainment complex will open its doors. This 300,000 square foot golf range is complete with 60 climate controlled tee-boxes on 2 different levels. It also has golf simulated games for guests of all levels.
Guests can find three full service bars and restaurants serving up sports grill classics and even sushi. Marketing Director, Renee Davis said the atmosphere is just what Lubbock needs.
"The overall experience that people receive at 4ORE! is just exceptional guest service," Davis said. "We are just a whole lot of fun. We are a laid back stress free environment."
Going to 4ORE! is an experience that will not break a bank account.
"We are $20 per hour during our non peak hours and $40 during our peak hours, so divided by six that is cheaper than going to most movies," Davis said.
4ORE! Golf uses state of the art technology and several games that will be fun for people of all ages. Managing Partner, J.J. Killeen, said there is something for everyone.
"We use flight scope radar to track your golf shots," Killeen said. "We have really cool games. If you're a beginner golfer they are really simple, but if you are an experienced golfer they are really challenging."
For those wanting to take their game to the next level, the Academy at 4ORE! offers individual and group lessons by professional instructors.
"You will be able to work on every part of your game, driver to putter," Killeen said. "We will be able to analyze it with our swing software. We can use body track to see how your body moves throughout the swing. It is a really great set up for learning."
They are just putting the finishing touches to the building and will be opening very soon. Keep up with them on Facebook for the official opening date at www.facebook.com/4oregolf.
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