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Each of our experiences are 1 hour long. Please be mindful of the next players coming in and the setup time that they will need.

Participants must be 12 years of age or older.

Hours of Operation

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 5pm – 10pm
Thursday: 5pm –10pm
Friday: 4pm – 11:30pm
Saturday: 12:30pm – 11:30pm
Sunday:  Closed

Weekday Summer Special
Wednesday & Thursday: Golf Simulation $20/hour

Reserved Golfers
$40.00 /per hour (W, Th)/$45.00 per bay/per hour (F, Sa, Su)

1 hour of guaranteed fun
1 – Private Bay

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Walk-in Golfers
$45.00 /per hour (W, Th)/$50.00 per bay/per hour (Fr, Sa, Su)

1 hour of guaranteed fun
1 – Private Bay

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Daytime (Off-hours 10am-2pm) Clubhouse Golfers
$25.00 /per hour (W, Th)/$30.00 per bay/per hour (Fr, Sa, Su)
Email for Clubhouse Reservations


Reserved Family of 4 Players Pack Monthly Special
$27.50 per person ($110.00 total)
(Available the first Wednesday of each month)

2 hours of guaranteed fun
An expert coach to show you the ropes
1 Golf Bay
1 Axe throwing lane

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Golf Club Rental
We offer rental of clubs for $10 per set.

General Safety Rules

We want to ensure that everyone has a fun, memorable, and safe experience at Fore Axes.

Age Restrictions Participants must be 12 + years of age, and anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Note that if our staff has reason to doubt the capabilities of a minor to play golf safely, they will not allow it.

Safety – Our staff has the right to remove a participant from playing a game (or from the premises) at any time if they suspect a participant is intoxicated, or posing a safety threat.


How many players can I bring?
Trugolf Vista 12 supports up to 6 players playing their own ball. And if you have more than that, no problem. If you do plan to bring more than the traditional foursome, please let us know ahead of time and we will make every effort to accommodate you comfortably.

Can children use the simulators as well?
Children 12 and up can use our simulators, however, we ask that they are accompanied by an adult at all times.


Do I bring my own clubs?
We encourage all participants to bring their own clubs, we do have club rentals available for $10.00 per set.

What type of shoes should I wear?
Outdoor footwear is not permitted. Players must bring a clean pair of golf shoes or running shoes. No metal spikes allowed.

How long does a round of golf take?
Typically, one player can play a full 18 holes in one hour or less. For a foursome, expect 4 hrs, depending on skill level and group pace.

Golf Simulator Etiquette

Booking your tee time in advance is suggested, but we will accommodate walk-ins when able.

Dirty shoes are not allowed in the simulators. Golf shoes can be worn, but not necessary. Metal spikes are not allowed.

We recommend bringing your own clubs, but we do have rentals available.If you do bring your own clubs, please make sure the club faces are clean.

Please keep all food and drinks on your table and not in the simulator bays.

When your time is up, please gather your clubs and any other items quickly so we can get the next group started on time.

If you are wanting to extend your playing time, please check with our staff. We will try to accommodate you as best as we can. Keep in mind that time slots may be full and we may not be able to extend your time.

Basic Bocce Game Play

Divide players into two teams of one, two or four players each. Each team gets four balls, divided equally among the players.  Have a player from the starting team stand behind the foul line (which is 10 feet from the throwing end of the court) and throw the small ball, or “pallina,” toward the opposite end of the playing surface.

Let the player then throw one of the larger balls, or “boccia,” trying to get it as close to the pallina as possible without touching it.

Have players from the opposing team take turns throwing their balls until one of the balls stops closer to the pallina than the starting player’s ball. If they fail to do so, the starting team tries to outdo its first attempt. Let the starting players take their second turn if the opposing team gets closer to the pallina than the starting team without using all of their balls.

Continue in this fashion until all eight balls have been thrown. The team with the closest ball gets one point for each of its balls that are closer to the pallina than the other team’s closest ball. Keep in mind that if the two teams’ closest balls are an equal distance from the pallina, no points are awarded.

End the frame after all eight balls have been thrown and appropriate points have been awarded. The scoring team begins the next frame. If no team previously scored, the team that threw the pallina last begins the next frame. Play as many frames as needed until one team has a total score of 16 points.