Are you a huge minigolf fan? Here’s your chance to be the reigning MiniMasters Champion! To participate, you’ll need to pay a $10 entry fee (please note that you’ll still need to pay the regular fee to play miniature golf for your qualifying rounds). QUALIFYING ROUNDS Please register and pay the $10 entry fee. You have until July 21 at noon to turn in your
We will be offering specials over the 4 day holiday weekend. July 1, 2, 3 and 4th. Grab your family and come celebrate your independence! In order to receive the special, you’ll need to download our coupon. Please present it at check in. You can either print it or simply show it on your phone to receive the deal! Click HERE to grab our Coupon!
We have been knocking out projects left and right around here. Having a late/cold spring means that time is not working in our favor. When the weather is decent, we do our best to complete as many projects as we can. Here is a post about several upgrades we have made to our miniature golf. Last year, we added a playset. I’m never one
We put in our miniature golf in 2004. Over the years, we have seen steady growth in miniature golfers. Sometimes it seems like customers are kind of like compound interest. You don’t start out with many, then you get a few, they tell their friends, then one day you wake up and there’s a line at the miniature golf course. That’s what happened this year.
The ropes that serve as the boundaries to our ponds up at the minigolf have definitely seen better days. They were fraying and looking pretty tough. Earlier this year, we had tried to repair them, but it wasn’t working. The rope just continued to get worse. We finally gave up on attempting to be McGuyver and purchased a massive spool of rope. If we were
Over the weekend, our staff completed their 200th minigolf birthday party of the season. I didn’t want to figure it out for fear of depressing my mom, Freddi the Kitchen Guru, but that also means that she made her 500th pizza of the season. She has gotten quite good at making her homemade crust and single topping pizza. When we built the minigolf nine years
Our miniature golf course opened on June 30, 2004. I wasn’t there. Yep, that’s right. I missed opening day. I had a good reason, though. I was in the hospital having just given birth to my daughter the night before. I often wonder how I managed to find the time to have my daughter in June. It is easily our busiest month of the year.
My title at the golf course is the Wizard of Fun. When you’re in a family owned business, you get to make up titles. It compensates for the long hours. At least, that’s what I keep telling myself. The Wizard of Fun title best describes my job. I’m in charge of all the fun. I organize anniversaries, miniature golf birthday parties, open houses, family reunions,