New Jersey Mini Golf (page 3)

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Tee Time Miniature Golf [gone]
Stone Harbor, NJ
Tee Time Miniature Golf features European-style mini golf which is far more challenging than the American version. This rooftop course has unfelted greens, aka eternite, and is sanctioned by the World Minigolf Federation. It has frequently hosted the Masters National ProMinigolf Tournament. The course has small signs which give players tips on the best way to play each hole. This course was built in 1999. I believe the only other place in the U.S. that has an eternite course is in Jackson, WI. In 2020, this rooftop course in Stone Harbor became an artificial turf "professional putting course" for the Harbor Golf Club. For more, see this website. [map]

For another example of this style course, see the Team USA Training Center in Jackson, WI.

Tee Time Miniature Golf [gone]
Stone Harbor, NJ
Tee Time Miniature Golf had a second location across the street which also had a European-style course. This one had thinly-felted greens with dimple-less balls. It was built shortly after the other course. It was gone by 2016.

More New Jersey:
Blackbeard's Cave (Bayville)
Club 18 Mini Golf (Stone Harbor) [map]

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