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The Perfect Swing Welcome to The Perfect Swing Family Fun Center, Norman's premier establishment for year-round fun. We offer fun activities for kids from ages 2 to 92. From the city's only lighted driving range, to Indy-style go-karts, you will find activities at Perfect Swing to keep the whole family entertained. Come on in and look around, and we think you'll see why Perfect Swing is the #1 Birthday Party, as well as the #1 Company Party facility in the metro area.


Address: Conveniently located just 5 miles east of of I-35 in on Highway 9 in Norman, 1900 Ann-Branden Blvd
Phone: 40-360-1800
Fax: 405-360-1899
Our Email: funfun@perfectswing.com
Our Website:www.perfectswing.com/

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