Mini golf’s popularity has naturally led to a host of miniaturized copycats, including toeball and nano-marbles, which is played inside a particle accelerator. Engage in the most timeless shrunken sport with today's Groupon to Scenic City Mini Golf. Choose between the following options:
- For $9, you get a mini-golf outing for two (a $19.68 total value).
- For $18, you get a mini-golf outing for four (a $39.36 value).
Mini-golf outings include the following for each person:
- Round of 19-hole indoor mini-golf (up to a $7.09 value/person)
- One two-scoop serving of Blue Bell ice cream in a small waffle cone (a $2.75 value each).
Scenic City Mini Golf's serpentine array of smooth emerald corridors and flavorful varities of Blue Bell ice cream unite orb-rolling revelry and palate-pleasing treats in one indoor complex. Nineteen rolling holes pepper the indoor emporium, where smooth strokes prevail along contours that present breaking putts, double-breaking putts, and spiraling portals into untold dimensions. The symphonic melodies of catchy tunes commingle with the percussive clacking of clubs on dimpled orbs, while putters enjoy double scoops of sub-zero Blue Bell ice cream, which sports an array of flavors including vanilla, butter pecan, cookie dough, and Chi Chi Rodriguez's driver-head cover.
Though Scenic City Mini Golf sometimes offers other discounts online, this Groupon still represents the best deal available.
Scenic City Mini Golf
Somewhere in the mountains of Chattanooga in 1928, Garnet Carter patented the first miniature golf course, inciting a nationwide pastime that brought families and friends together around pintsized putting surfaces.
Inspired by the local history and an indoor golf course visited while on vacation, Nathan Brown and his friends began fantasizing about their own miniature golf course, either building one in their hometown or patenting the first ever zero-gravity moon course. After tireless efforts and multiple failed rocket launches later, Scenic City Mini Golf opened its indoor greens in November 2010.
Dimpled balls roll along verdant turf that simulates real grass, while beige and blue turf mimic sand and water traps, adding strokes to scorecards for errant shots. Hole 14 requires golfers to double back and hit golf balls around, then beneath the hole's rough and toll troll, while hole 17's two-tier design draws shots into one of two preliminary holes before they can approach the green below. Pre- or postrounds, golfers can cool off with Blue Bell ice cream from the snack area, enjoying their frozen treats in a cone or as a milkshake, malt, or float.