Putt Your Way to a Hole-in-One at LI’s Challenging Mini Golf Courses

Written by Lyndsay McCabe  |  19. July 2014

Young and old alike love mini-golf, as you don’t need to have any particular real-golf expertise, but you do need to have a keen eye and a creative spirit in order to find the  tricks to get a hole-in-one. Often, the miniature golfer must look beyond the designs and attractions to find the shortest path for the ball, which usually involves hitting the ball off of bunkers and walls.  Mini-golf has changed over the years, and instead of just your typical windmills, many places now have themes and incorporate glow-in-the-dark golf or a haunted-house-like atmosphere. You can also find combo parks with mini golf and other attractions such as go-karting, such as at Tiki Action Park, and other courses that are indoors so you can still enjoy 18 holes on a rainy day. Whether you’re looking to take the kids out for the day, or you want to go out with friends or a date, mini-golf has plenty to offer people of all ages.

Suffolk County

Nassau County

Copyright © 1996-2021 LongIsland.com & Long Island Media, Inc. All rights reserved.