*As of last update
(July 2010) course is still closed*
Falls Golf (Adventure Miniature Golf) Return
This course is sort of a “sister” course to Lighthouse Point
course in Northborough, MA, although it does manage to distinguish
itself in different areas. Unlike the
psudeo-pirate theme of Lighthouse Point, this course focuses more on just
landscaping around the water, which is the central piece to it all. Most of the course doesn’t offer much
excitement, although the back nine did come up with some hole designs that we
hadn’t see before. Unfortunately there
were some design flaws in some these holes that limited the use of the creativity
of the holes. For instance the hole in
the rock was interesting and difficult, but didn’t get you anything special if
you putted through it. In addition there
was a nifty hole that split with one narrow piece jutting out into the water,
but the design of the hole made it damn near impossible to get it on that strip
and the end result wasn’t worth the effort.
The course also lacked a little in the upkeep as there was a
good deal of water damage in the cave hole.
In addition on one hole there was a big, spiky plant, which looked like
instant tears should a small child be careless enough to touch it. Again, we are baffled as to why any miniature
golf course would have thorn bushes right next to the holes.
In general this course is worth playing , but not worth
going out of your way for.
Reviewed by Pat,
Mandy and Putt
Reviewed in 2002