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Register for a chance to be John Granato’s teammate at Swingzone Golf Tournament

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Register here to be John Granato's golf partner at the Swingzone indoor 18 hole golf tournament on April 13th from 12pm-4pm. We have space for 12 two player teams and it will be a scramble format. The entry fee is $50 per person ($100 per team) and includes a free pitcher of Bud Light per team.

Swing Zone- Indoor Golf & Sports Bar's golf simulators have been ranked number one luxury golf simulators in 2018 and 2019 by Golf Digest magazine. Swingzone has premium food and beverages with private bays and dedicated bay servers plus Masters coverage on all the TV's. For more info, check out the points below or visit https://swingzonegolf.com/tournaments/.

  • Swing Zone Golf: Indoor Golf & Sports Bar
  • Located in North Houston: Just outside of Creekside Park The Woodlands (Kuykendahl Road and West Rayford)
  • Masters Weekend: Live coverage on all of our big screen TV's
  • Only indoor golf center that offers full gaming (first drive to last putt) in all of Houston
  • Our golf simulators (Golfzon) have been ranked #1 luxury golf simulator in 2018 and 2019 by Golf Digest magazine.
  • Our golf simulators features include: 3D graphics, a moving swing plate, realistic hitting surfaces (green, rough, sand), automatic teeing system, over a 180 world-famous golf courses to play ( St. Andrews, Pebble Beach, etc.) making for the most realistic indoor golf experience.
  • Full bar with beer, wine and premium liquor.
  • Quality food: green chili queso, southwestern egg rolls, buffalo wings, club sandwiches, sliders, etc.
  • Private bays with dedicated bay servers.
  • Locally owned and operated small business. Independently owned by husband and wife…NOT a franchise.
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    Final Score: Astros 6, Mariners 1.

    Record: 28-27, second in the AL West.

    Winning pitcher: Framber Valdez (5-3, 3.57 ERA).

    Losing pitcher: Casey Sadler (1-2, 5.40 ERA).

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