Call it the "clang of death" or "the shank from hell." At Top Golf, it's when one hears the evil sound of the ball's rock-solid plastic hitting the metal of the driving range roof. In that second, your life flashes before your eyes, as the culprit (usually a female) stands awkwardly with a club and giggles, "Sorry!" It's not that girls CAN'T play golf: Many do, and quite well. It's just that those girls are at a real driving range and not at Top Golf -- the self-proclaimed premier golf entertainment complex, with the focus being on the word "entertainment." The Putt-Putt for adults/driving range hybrid attracts group play dates more than it does the serious golfer. Throw in alcohol, and it's bound to get interesting if not a little risky. If you survive a shanking accident, you can always laugh it off. Better yet, hopefully the next try is a whiff. It's far funnier and way less frightening.