PLAY GOLF IN AN AIRLINE LOUNGE
One of the most coveted benefits of airline status is the ability to visit premium lounges at airports and escape the stress and noise of the busy airport environment.
Luxurious lounges allow you to relax, eat & drink, enjoy spa treatments, and even play a round of golf.
At the Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport you can enjoy a round of golf on a hi-tech golf simulator that allows you to play a virtual round of golf on your choice of 54 available courses.
All lounge guests are welcome to brush up on their putting game with a green in the middle of the lounge, while the golf simulators are scattered around the edges.
The lounge also features a virtual driving range if you want to practice your long game.
Pros are on hand to provide tune-up lessons, and a pro shop can measure you up for a new set up of clubs as well as deck you out in all of the latest gear.
A full service bar also provides ample refreshment and food offerings on demand.
All airport passengers can access the lounge for $15 which includes Wi-Fi and putting green access.
Food and beverages are available at menu prices.
Golf experiences start from $20 for 15 minutes on the driving range, or $40 for 30 minutes on the golf simulator.
If you are a Priority Pass cardholder (which comes with the Platinum Card from American Express), then lounge access is complimentary PLUS you also get a $15 credit per person which can be used toward either the bar or a golf experience.
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