Mad Golfer Driving Range

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DRIVING RANGE. If hitting balls is what you want to do, Mad Golfer is the place. We are open every day sun up till sun down, and with a pre-paid range card, you can access the driving range before or after the pro shop closes – rain, sun, snow, hail, holidays, hurricanes, whatever. With our covered and heated stalls, we laugh at bad weather – ha! And, with the new balls and mats .

Mad Golfer Golf Club, Southampton, Pennsylvania. 1, likes · 1 talking about this · 2, were here. Top 50 Driving Range and Top 25 Pro Shop in America Golf Fitness Lessons Golf Instruction Mini Golf/5(52).

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DRIVING RANGE. MINI GOLF. GOLF TRAINING. PRO SHOP. Repair Center; Custom Fitting; EVENTS. More. Subscribe to our email list. The Range is Self Service. Stay safe, practice social distancing, and be courteous of those around you. Call to reload your range card or for any other needs.

The Mad Golfer is a full service golf facility. Two-tiered driving range and short game facility, fully stocked. pro shop, miniature golf, and golf school. Military, Veterans, Police, Fire, and EMT Hit Balls Free!.3/5(19).

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Kal Katz on the importance of implementing an automated self-service system at your driving range: The COVID pandemic has caused many companies to change the way they do business. However, our driving range was open throughout — in fact, our range is open days per year. Last year, completely unaware of the predicament that would hit us in , we installed an automated ball-vending system that allows us to be open to golfers eager to practice every day of the year. The installation of the new automated ball dispensing system has truly changed our business, and frankly, it has saved it.

Back in the spring, when so many businesses were closed, we received a special exemption that permitted our range to remain open, although our pro shop, golf academy, and mini golf were shut down for twelve weeks. In fact, during those tenuous weeks in the spring, one of my employees and I would arrive at to pick the range, fill the machines, and sanitize literally everything — balls, buckets, stalls, trays. After three hours each morning I would work in my golf shop with no human interaction, readying our business for better times.

By enabling automated public sales of range balls through the self-service system, the other 65 percent of our range business was secured. I fear COVID is here to stay for a while and I implore all golf range owners to think differently than you ever have before. It could literally save your business. If you would like to email the author of this Best Practice directly, please email madgolfer99 comcast.

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