Mini Golf in Belton


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  • Kiddie Acres Amusement Park and Miniature Golf
    Since 1979, Kiddie Acres has been giving children 10 and under an amusement-park experience all their own. Here, they can hop aboard a carousel, ferris wheel, airplane, jeep, or pony before testing out their putting skills on the obstacle-riddled 18-round mini golf course.
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    4800 W Howard Ln
    Austin, TX US
  • Peter Pan Mini-Golf
    Since the 1940s, pairs have been playfully showing each other how to properly putt around Peter Pan’s whimsical obstacles, including its giant T-Rex—an Austin icon. A BYOB-policy allows couples to toast each hole-in-one scored on either of the two 18-hole courses, and those celebrating birthdays can even call ahead and have their name put on the marquee for free.
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    1207 Barton Springs Rd
    Austin, TX US
  • Delaware Springs Golf Course
    At Delaware Springs Golf Course, golfers work their way across nearly 7,000 yards of pristine greens, water hazards, and sand traps. Each of the 18 holes features four tees, meaning players of all levels can find a comfort zone from which to drive. Some holes, however, present stiffer challenges than others: the eighth, for instance, stretches to 526 yards and is one of several stops where water comes into play. After conquering the course's hurdles, players can visit the on-site pro shop and enjoy refreshments at the restaurant. Or, they can?stop by the driving range to practice after the course shuts down and staff members return the greens to their storage cases.
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    600 Delaware Springs Boulevard
    Burnet, TX US
  • Cedar Park Driving Range
    The successive pinging of golf balls as they speed toward distant targets at Cedar Park Driving Range is a welcoming sound to visiting golfers, almost therapeutic. The expansive facility boasts 12 grass hitting bays for players who prefer a natural feel as well as 18 shaded stations with mat hitting bays, 10 of which cool down hardworking golfers and parched sand wedges with a water-misting system. Four circular targets—positioned at distances of 25, 50, 75, and 100 yards—help players dial in approach shots, while five distance markers—stationed at 50-yard intervals from 100 to 300 yards—help golfers gauge how far their golf-ball trebuchet is capable of sending a ball. Cedar Park Driving Range also has more than 100 clubs that they rent out free of charge.
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    1700 Hur Industrial Blvd.
    Cedar Park, TX US
  • Lago Vista Golf Courses
    After rolling out the green carpet as a 9-hole facility in 1971, Lago Vista has expanded into an 18-hole, par 72 championship course that stretches across a peninsula on the north shore of Lake Travis. Undulating fairways and vibrant flora guide players through the course's 6,500 yards of challenges, and a practice facility helps hone swings with three tiers of natural, Botox-free hitting surfaces. As the younger of the two courses, Highland Lakes flaunts a collection of sloping tifdwarf greens, complete with regular elevation changes that require golfers to make deft club selections throughout. On hole five, a tight dogleg lures balls toward a downhill fairway sheathed in the shadows of towering oaks as outcrops flanking both sides invite shots into their rocky heaps. Lago Vista Course at a Glance 18-hole, par 72 course Length of 6,579 yards from farthest tees Course rating of 72.6 from farthest tees Designed by Leon Howard Four tee options available Click here to see the scorecard Highland Lakes Course at a Glance 18-hole, par 72 course Length of 6,529 yards from farthest tees Course rating of 72.2 from farthest tees Designed by Leon and Charles Howard Three tee options available Click here to see the scorecard
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    4616 Rimrock Drive
    Lago Vista, TX US
  • Magic Greens
    The soft jingling of wind chimes rolls across Magic Greens?s 2.5-acre facility, creating a tranquil space as clients lope across a miniature-golf course lined with handcrafted cedar structures, towering oaks, and native wildflowers. Owners Carole and James George added the serene touches to capitalize on the surrounding area's natural landscape, developing a scenic course that eschews the plastic statuettes and gimmicks of typical mini-golf courses in favor of a more authentic, clown-proof space. Alongside the challenging course rest four bocce-ball courts, ample space for casual washers games, vine-covered gazebos, two waterfalls, and a cedar pavilion where guests can enjoy food and nougaty-center golf balls from the concession-stand.
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    235 Sports Park Road
    Dripping Springs, TX US
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