.. Keep looking if you want a clean, challenging and modern mini-golf experience. The first 18 holes had crappy turf and the holes had metal cups with edges. The "scary" last 18 holes were cheesy at best. There are no windmills or other holes with any real fun to them. An odd thing too...the scorecard only has enough room for three players, so if you have 4 or more players, you have to keep score on a second scorecard. Some of the holes were downright unfair and, hence, no fun. I would also recommend they provide some kind of spray for the batting helmets to ensure lice aren't being transferred from one person to the next. Not a real great experience for mini-golf.
Haunted Mini-Golf!. If you're looking for a fun, unique mini golf experience, then it's worth taking the trip up to Otsego. This particular course has not 18, but 27 holes. The first 18 have the usual creative flair with moving obstacles, trying to knock it through a church, or around an "invisible monster". The last 9 holes though are played in and around a haunted house! And unlike other haunted houses that you try to zip through, this one you have to spend some time in to play your round. And they know that, so not everything comes at you right away. I actually got creeped out my first time there. And of course all this is in addition to laser tag, batting cages, bumper boats, and more, so between that and the Godfather's Pizza adjacent to it, you can easily make an afternoon or evening of it.
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