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Long Island Mini Golf

Not quite ready to go pro? Luckily, there's still a way for you to score a hole-in-one! Whether you’re out with the kids, or looking for a fun date night – mini golf is the sport than anyone and everyone can enjoy. With its whimsical courses and scenery, and easy to learn putting, miniature golf is truly a sport for all ages. The ease of learning how to put a golf ball makes this game fun for everyone – even on their first try! It also challenges returning players to improve their skill, and brings out a fun sense of competitiveness among friends and family alike. From wild windmills, scenic waterfalls, vertical drops, hills, and more – there’s always a new challenge around the corner on the course, so prepare for the challenge, and get ready to hit a hole in one!

Boomers!

655 Medford Avenue in Medford
631-475-1771

Cantiague Park

490 W John St in Hicksville
516-571-7061

Eisenhower Park

Merrick and Stewart Avenues in East Meadow

Five Towns Mini Golf and Batting Cages

570 ROCKAWAY TURNPIKE in Lawrence
516-239-1743

Harbor Links Miniature Golf

1 Fairway Drive in Port Washington
516-767-4816

Jones Beach State Park Golf Course

1 Ocean Parkway in Wantaugh
(516) 785-1600

Out East Family Fun

1716 Country Road 58 in Riverhead
631-208-9397

Sayville Falls

30 Hanson Place in Sayville
631-218-6952

Skydrive Golf Center

1024 Broadhollow Road in Farmingdale
631-694-4666

Whale's Tale

3 Ram Island Road in Shelter Island
631-749-1839
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