Simply put, this course is good fun. There are many things strewn about this course that make it this way. First, connected to the mini-golf is a pitch-and-putt. Although we did not have a chance to play it, it looks well kept and not too difficult. Back at the mini-golf, the balls are tye-dyed, setting them apart from the normal solid color balls. The course also has music, making a pleasant backdrop to the game at hand. The holes themselves are simply designed, but the accessories are quite lavish. There are several fountains and sculptures that sit atop holes, catching your eyes as you play through. One hole even has a sculpture of a Blues Brother, which really sets this course apart from others. One of the most interesting holes includes putting beneath a mini outhouse, whose door opens to reveal the toilets inside. Finally, unlike courses that have a small pond or waterfall running through the middle, this course has smaller (and not very deep) water hazards on some holes. These make putting tricky, but you'll never have to worry about losing your ball in murky water. Like the Whale-In-One course on the same road, at the price this course charges it's a steal.
Reviewed by Pat and Mandy
Reviewed in 2001