A while back we told you about a driving range in San Antonio that had outlawed driving. The owner of Ten Cups Golf Center, David Fineg, just got tired of watching golfers who have no business hitting driver blasting his range balls into the woods around the range. Actually, what he got tired of was having to go into those woods to retrieve those wayward balls.
Now, Ten Cups Golf Center has a new test for those who want to bomb drives at the facility: the Ten Cups Driver's License Exam. Pass your drivers test, and you'll be allowed to hit driver at Ten Cups.
For the exam cost of $3, the golfer gets 10 swings with his or her driver. The goal is to put six of those shots into a grid marked off on the driving range. Successfully hit the grid 60-percent of the time and you'll be allowed to hit driver anytime you want at Ten Cups. Fail your driver's exam, and it's no driver for you.
Check out Ten Cups on the web at http://www.tencups.com/.