|Maryland Mini Golf (page 2)|
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|Rocky Gorge Golf Fairway
Rocky Gorge Golf Fairway opened in 1965 as a driving range. In the 1980s, the business added a 19-hole mini golf course. Rocky Gorge claims to have the world's longest mini golf hole at 189 feet. However, there is a longer one at Chuckster's in Chichester, NH. Rocky Gorge also features the Washington Monument, a singing evergreen tree, a singing cowboy ("Rocky" inside a jail cell), and other fun stuff. The course is open year-round. There is also a driving range and batting cages. For more, see this website. [map]
|Churchville Golf has two courses which offer something for everyone. The "Original Course" is from 1975 and features some old-style figures. Several of the greens feature unique theme roughs near the holes. The "Challenge Course", which was built around 1997, offers all kinds of dips, hills, roughs, and traps. Both courses are delightfully designed and well maintained. The place is open year-round and has a driving range, batting cages, and arcade games. For more, see this website. [map]|
|Laurel Golf Center
|The Laurel Golf Center claims to have Maryland's most difficult miniature golf course. Its 18 holes feature streams, sand traps and other challenges. There is also a driving range. For more, see this website. [map]|
|White Flint Golf Park [gone]
|The White Flint Golf Park featured two 18-hole mini golf courses with water hazards, roughs, stone obstacles and a stream. It was incredibly well-maintained and tough! It featured a driving range as well. I am told that it has been razed for a parking lot.|
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