I just came back today from the Golf Center and I used the batting cage facility there. They seem to have nice miniature golf courses and regular driving ranges from what I saw. The batting cage was OK, but there were some softballs that did not even reach the plate which was a waste of pitches for your money. Even though I think 17 softballs for $2 is pretty fair to other batting cages, it might as well be 10 softballs b/c a lot of them are wasted to the ground.
I bought 6 tokens so it wasn't just a fluke. I'll try the batting cage again in the future and maybe the golf course as well. I'll see what happens the next time around.
The lady cashier was very friendly and helpful by the way.
Near City Island, Turtle Cove is a multi-use sports facility, with a driving range, miniature-golf course nd batting cage. There are 125 teeing areas, 10 of which are natural grass and another eight are covered for rainy-day hitting. Unlike many of the other ranges in the area, there are no chipping or sand practice areas, nor is there a putting green. Golf instruction is available at $35 per half hour ($60 for an hour). A snack bar offers grilled burgers, shrimp, chicken, sandwiches and beer.