Cost: $5 for adults Other Activities: Driving Range
At first glance this course did not look too bad, but upon closer inspection, it was a complete disappointment. In what is appearing to be a trend, miniature golf courses that are part of driving ranges, sports complexes, or arcades are not maintained as well as they should be. This was certainly the case with the Golf Zone. The mats were in great need of repair; there were mosses and such growing in them. In places it was so thin and worn out, it was hard to tell there was even a carpet there.
The foliage was not too bad on the course and was one of its redeeming qualities. However, the foliage also tended to get in the way because of a lack of grounds keeping. Fending off the ferns and bushes was part of the adventure of playing this course. It was difficult to play this course because of its disrepair, and it might not even be possible to catch the course record of 34 that was made a few years back.
As this course is in an industrial park, and a bit off the beaten path, we would say it is not worth the trip. The most disheartening part of all was when we looked at the putting green that was available for people at the driving range. It was in pristine condition, with brand new carpeting, while the miniature golf course only a few feet away withered and slowly died.
Reviewed by Pat, Mandy and Putt
Reviewed in 2004
Course Pictures (click to enlarge)