The event will be available at the Franklin, Wis., property on June 15-17, and includes Glow Bays with light-up targets that make noise and flash when hit, along with skill challenge games and Cosmic Night Golf with illuminated tee boxes and greens.
From June 15-17 the touring Cosmic Driving Range will be coming to Oakwood Golf Course in Franklin, Wis., the Milwaukee, Wis.-based OnMilwaukee reported.
Cosmic Driving Range is a glow-up, night-time driving range that can be compared to the popular Topgolf game. For three nights, the Oakwood Golf Course will feature three different golf experiences that players of any skill level can enjoy, OnMilwaukee reported.
The neon colored “Glow Bays” will be lit up every night for participants to enjoy. Targets on the range include huge light-up structures that make noises and flash when hit by the special glow-in-the-dark balls that are provided, OnMilwaukee reported.
Usually when glow balls are provided they are not of the highest performance quality. However, the balls provided at the Cosmic Driving Range are premier golf balls with a glow-in-the-dark pigment that provides “daytime golf” performance. Tee Times are available from 9-11 p.m., OnMilwaukee reported.
Other than hitting balls at huge light-up targets, participants will be able to test their abilities in the skills challenges provided every 15 minutes at the range. For an additional $10 per individual per game, participants can choose to play any of the three games available: Cosmic Putting, Cosmic Glass Break and Flop Shot Limbo, OnMilwaukee reported.
Cosmic Putting is described as a “pinball-style experience,” while Cosmic Glass Break allows participants to drive their ball through breakaway glass panels, and in Flop Shot Limbo, the player must hit the ball over a wall, ranging from 5-9 feet high, and try to land it as close to the wall as possible on the other side, OnMilwaukee reported.
Prizes will be awarded every hour to the best player in each game, including a year of free beer from City Light Brewing, Summerfest tickets and more.
On June 16, for one night only, Oakwood Golf Course will have four holes with illuminated tee boxes and greens for players to enjoy with Cosmic Night Golf. Tee times are 9:45-11:45 p.m. on Friday night, OnMilwaukee reported.
The Glow Bay is available for up to five people for one hour for $60, while the skill challenges cost $10 per game, and Cosmic Night golf is $75 per group of up to five. All fees include use of golf clubs, glow golf balls and personal glow-gear. Snacks and adult beverages are available for purchase at the event, OnMilwaukee reported.