Pebble Beach Awaits at Geneva Golf Shop

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Pebble Beach Awaits at Geneva Golf Shop


Byline: Kim Mikus

If you're tired of the snow, how about heading over to Valley Golf in Geneva?

The golf shop at 716 W. State St. opened its indoor virtual golf station where golfers can play a round at three prominent California courses: Pebble Beach, Torrey Pines and Spyglass Hill.

"With 2 feet of snow outside, you can bring your clubs inside and go to California for a couple of hours," said Judy Kearney, who co-owns the shop with husband Bob. "The golfer uses everything from their driver to their putter.

"It's just a great activity whether it's with family or with friends."

The business is smoke-free and alcohol-free.

Up to four people can play at a time, and the center can arrange tournaments and leagues.

The golf station is open during regular hours, including 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, exept Thursdays when hours extend to 8 p.m., and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays. It also can stay open later when the simulator is scheduled in advance.

For details or a tee time, call (630) 232-1177.

New practice: Dr. Shiva Gupta announced the opening of her primary care practice in South Elgin.

She is a board certified internist, dedicated to the care and treatment of adult patients.

Gupta completed her residency in internal medicine at St. …

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