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Best Mini Golf Courses

If you like golf but don't like walking 18-holes, then mini golf is the game for you. We look at the nation's best courses!

Mini Golf - The Goods

Mini golf is a smaller version of the game of golf. It takes the putting aspect of golf and puts it in an artificial course filled with obstacles. To some people, mini golf is simply a fun game to play with the fam, but there are plenty of people who take it seriously and even compete on a professional level. Professional mini golf tournaments attract over 800 participants and have winnings up to $10,000.

Mini Golf - Best Courses

  • Blue Fox Walk - Located in Simsbury, Connecticut, this world class mini golf course is one of the best you'll ever play. The Blue Fox Walk has great landscaping and is really pretty. While there may not be too many flashy obstacles, there are plenty of challenges on this elegant course. Bring your A-game or expect a high score (which isn't a good thing)!
  • Camelot Golfland - Just around the corner from Disneyland, this Anaheim, California course has five different mini golf courses. Just like the name suggests, this amazing park has a Camelot theme. There are plenty of castles, knights and dragons all over the courses. What other mini golf course can you putt around a fortress with a cannon?
  • Dolphin Mini Golf - This Boothbay, Maine course is not your typical mini golf experience. The lakes and streams that surround it make it feel like a water wonderland. Dolphin Mini Golf course is also very clean and well kept. This very well may be the Pebble Beach of mini golf courses!
  • Putt-Putt Golf and Games - Located in Martinez, Georgia, this mini golf course has a jungle theme. There are plenty of mountains, lakes and tunnels you can putt around. Of course there are also fake giraffes and rhinos that help make the jungle experience complete. Although this course it fun, it is also extremely challenging!
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    Do You Play Golf?

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    • Does Mini Golf count?
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