CBS Minnesota
By EXTRA SPIN STAFF
Monday, November 16, 2015

Hate layovers? Sick of flight delays that last for hours? The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport may have the answer to your traveling woes.

The airport recently opened a 12,000 square foot golfing area, perfectly suited for golfers hoping to get in a few practice shots in between flights, according to CBS Minnesota. There is a putting green and golf simulators where players can check out 54 different courses. You can play for 15 minutes or an hour or more, depending on how much time you have before takeoff. Additionally, there’s a restaurant, bar, lounge, and pro shop. Golf lessons and clubs are provided.

One point to note: don’t try to bring your own clubs as a carry-on. You’ll lose them to the TSA in the security line. Here’s hoping that other airports are inspired and get in on the game. 

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