|New York Mini Golf (page 5)|
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|Oasis Park Miniature Golf [gone]
|Oasis Park Miniature Golf was built in 1999. The holes were cleverly designed and the course was nicely landscaped. There were water elements and several holes across a bridge in a lush, wooded area. These photos are from 2003. This course was closed by 2014. By 2017, everything was gone and there was a new building on the property.|
|Castle Fun Center
|Castle Fun Center has two 18-hole courses. It is modern but imaginative with fun obstacles, a swaying bridge, and challenging holes. They also have batting cages, go-karts, an arcade, and a rock-climbing wall. For more, see this website. [map]|
|Home-Grown Mini Golf
|Home-Grown Mini Golf is a farm-themed mini golf course. It features edible plants, farm equipment, and live chickens. The course was designed and built by Maria Reidelbach and opened in 2006. The course's claim-to-fame is Gnome Chomsky, the world's largest garden gnome. For more, see this website. [map]|
|Arnold Palmer Golf
|This Arnold Palmer Golf was once part of a chain. As far as I know, this is the only location still in operation other than one in the United Kingdom. There was an Arnold Palmer Putting Course in Rockford, IL that was demolished recently and another in Birmingham, AL has been abandoned for years. Dottie's Miniature Golf, a former Arnold Palmer Golf in Salt Lake City, UT, closed in 2009 and has been demolished. This course in Auburn, which opened in the early 1970s, has a mix of original and new figures. [map]|
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