Golf With a Social LIfe

If you are seeking a new approach to a driving range and way to beat lifeless balls after work, TopGolf may be the place for you.

Reporter John Riley said, "By adding technology, social interaction and beer, the creators of this driving range have made an interesting hybrid of entertainment and sport: a bowling alley with tiny white balls."

However, if you are a seasoned golfer the scoring of this game may seem a bit annoying as Lynne Dubin mentions in this interview.

Have you been to the Alexandria TopGolf? Let us know what it's like.

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By Laura Cochran |  May 4, 2006; 8:29 AM ET  | Category: 
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