Like a screenplay written by an 8-year-old, a mini-golf course is full of holes and often centers on a dinosaur, a rocket ship, and a castle. Enter a pintsize world of possibilities with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $23 for a miniature golf outing for two (up to a $39.98 total value)
- $40 for a miniature golf outing for four (up to a $79.96 total value)
For both options, each player receives the following:
- 36-hole round of miniature golf (up to a $14.99 value)
- Hot dog, chips, and a drink (a $5 value)
Golf N Gator
At most courses, golfers are forbidden from feeding the alligators. At Golf N Gator, it's all a part of the fun. The ancient creatures populate the swamp that lines Golf N Gator's two 18-hole miniature golf courses, where they can be found circling stealthily through the murky waters, sunning themselves on the rocks, or tricking players into trusting the wrong way a putt will break. While most of the reptiles remain at a safe distance, guests can hold some of the smaller specimen for a memorable photo op. Fish share the swamp with their more predacious friends, and Golf N Gator also houses a 7-foot, 50-pound boa constrictor.
But the scaly denizens are far from Golf N Gator's only attraction. Amidst cascades, rock formations, and tropical vegetation, putters can plumb the shadowy depths of the 18-hole Swamp Cave Course, then take a break before conquering the Gator Mountain course, an ascent that pays homage to the world's first alligators, which famously had fur instead of scales and roamed the peaks of Tibet.
“Fun mini-golf; live gators & other wildlife on display. Nice, helpful staff made for a good outing.”
“Excellent outing. We escaped the middle-of-the-day crowds on the beach with 36 holes of miniature golf with a hot dog lunch. It was the cleanest and most...”
“Excellent outing. We escaped the middle-of-the-day crowds on the beach with 36 holes of miniature golf with a hot dog lunch. It was the cleanest and most well-maintained miniature golf course any of can remember.”
“Go around dinner time, because once the sun sets, it gets very busy!”