The photographs of Alan Shepard hitting a golf ball on the moon mark the iconic moment just before a space windmill floated past and derailed his ball into a space moat. Keep your eyes on the prize with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $17 for 18 holes of glow-in-the-dark mini golf for four people (up to a $34 value)
- $25 for 18 holes of glow-in-the-dark mini golf for six people (up to a $51 value)
- $34 for 18 holes of glow-in-the-dark mini golf for eight people (up to a $68 value)
Golfers can don a pair of Chromadepth 3-D glasses ($1 each, not included) that amplify the facility's already-triplicate dimensions, and Alien Laser Blasters ($2 each, not included) enable players to strike down invading extraterrestrials.
The hallway of fluorescent doors gives off an eerie glow as the family walks by, their hands at the ready on the holsters of their Alien Laser Blasters. Suddenly, a hulking extraterrestrial creature pops out of nowhere and is immediately destroyed in a hail of lights and sounds. This otherworldly scene is a regular occurrence at Space Golf’s indoor mini golf course.
Dedicated to creating a unique experience, Space Golf illuminates its indoor lunar landscape with 18 challenging putt-putt holes alive with neon day-glo paint under showers of black light. Throughout the course, golfers nudge their iridescent balls past a synthesized landscape of posed alien life forms, flying saucers, and real aliens trying to blend in. Adding to the scenery are life-size character replicas from beloved sci-fi films such as E.T. and Star Wars beside neon yellow bricks that pave the 18-hole way for explorers. Along with mini golf, Space Golf’s Alien Arcade grants players a chance to hone their hand-eye coordination to win tickets for use at the prize stand, and chefs in the Sci Fi Café whip up pizzas, hot dogs, and hand-dipped ice-cream cones.