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Mini Golf for Two or Four People at Pleasant Valley Miniature Golf (38% Off)

Pleasant Valley Miniature Golf

Voorhees

Duos or foursomes challenge one another's putting skills during a round of mini golf at a local gem that's been around since 1972

$16 $10

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Mini-Golf Game for Two or Four with Medium Bucket of Driving-Range Balls at Big Swing Golf Center (41% Off)

Big Swing Golf Center

Washington

Choose from more than 150 grass and mat stalls, including 10 heated bays; putt past waterfalls and streams on a renovated mini-golf course

$20 $12

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Four 18-Hole Rounds of Miniature Golf or Chip-and-Putt at Spring Mill Country Club (47% Off)

Spring Mill Chip & Putt

Ivyland

Golfers practice short game skills on chip-and-putt course and work on putting strokes on mini golf course

$32 $17

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Mini Golf for 2 or 4, Unlimited Driving Range, or Birthday Party for 10 at Tee It Up Golf (Up to 50% Off)

Tee It Up Golf

West Goshen

Quaint mini-golf course challenges with playful obstacles; unlimited balls at the driving range help hone skills; party entertains 10 guests

$16 $8

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Mini Golf for Two, Four, or Six at Tee-rrific Golf Center (Up to 53% Off)

Tee-rrific Golf Center

Somerville

Pair of 18-hole, recently upgraded mini-golf courses challenge players to show off their putting strokes

$16 $8

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Three Rounds of Indoor Glow-in-the-Dark Mini Golf for Two, Four, or Six at Glowgolf (Up to 55%Off)

Glowgolf

Atlantic City

Glowing golf balls, lit-up putters, neon obstacles, and incandescent walls illuminate players negotiating a tricky, tropical-themed course

$20 $10

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In golf, reliving mistakes is sometimes a good thing. It can help a player find the faults in his or her swing, and then make the necessary adjustments in order to finally crack open a golf ball and retrieve the shiny pearl inside. That's exactly what the PGA-certified instructors at Fox Meadow Golf Center accomplish through their JC Video motion-analysis software. The system captures video of players and then breaks down every element of a swing—from the initial backswing to the moment of impact.

Of course, this video system would be useless without practice areas. The driving range's five target greens lie at distances between 50 and 205 yards. Balls launch from 60 tees, including 30 heated tees that stay open year round. A sand trap lies nearby, and a synthetic putting green helps bolster short games. These facilities are the setting for Fox Meadow Golf Center's instructional programs, including junior and adult camps that focus on everything from chipping to bunker play. Alternatively, an onsite 18-hole mini-golf course allows for more casual putting.

2880 Rte. 73 N
Maple Shade,
NJ
US

When someone describes a place or an object as "old fashioned," that could be a bad thing or a good thing?in the case of Pleasant Valley Miniature Golf, it's definitely the latter. Established in 1972, the Voorhees-based facility has kept classic, good old-fashioned mini golf alive and well for multiple generations to enjoy. Plus, it punctuates those memorable outings with homemade water ice available in nearly 20 flavors, including sliced strawberry, wedge watermelon, and chip-in chocolate. The property also boasts picnic areas, which are large enough to host birthday parties or inspirational pep talks for a group of putters.

93 Route 73
Voorhees,
NJ
US

Monster Mini Golf welcomes guests of all ages with 18 holes of spooky, glow-in-the-dark fun. Fog machines, colorful lasers, and special effects lighting surround the custom-designed indoor course. Meanwhile, an energetic soundtrack of 70s, 80s, and 90s party music keeps spirits high as the visitors conquer each hole’s monster-themed obstacles and hazards. In between songs, the course DJ pumps up the crowds with interactive games and trivia questions, rewarding lucky winners with take-home prizes. Groups of family and friends can return to one of the private party rooms once they finish the course or they can visit Monster Mini Golf’s arcade and play on the glowing air hockey tables, skee ball machines, and other games.

314 US Hwy. 9 N
Marlboro,
NJ
US

Beyond its roaring arcade and indoor amusement park, The Funplex decrees that 8,000 of its 100,000-square-foot kingdom be annexed to the Realm where fantasy game MagiQuest disperses Magis on heroic adventurers through an interactive and spellbinding semivirtual lair. Carefully choose your Magi alias and grab your secret-yielding loaner wand (a $2 value) before embarking on a fantastical adventure filled with distinguished wizards, enchanting pixies, and cunning dragons. Seasoned with mystical spells and motion sensors, wands respond to trees, mountains, and flat screens sprinkled throughout the Realm, sharing clues so Magi can complete honorable tasks or surprise wicked goblins with an unexpected hug. With unlimited play (a $14.95 value), Magis can entreat the hours to swallow them into the transformative wormhole of role-playing bliss.

3320 Route 38
Mount Laurel,
NJ
US

Tilt Studio's tenure as a family fun center dates back to 1972, a time when the menacing Pac-Man ghosts were still very much alive. Today, the 27,000 square-foot facility greets gamers with scores of arcade and ticket-redemption games plus spacious private-event rooms for corporate gatherings and birthday parties. Visitors receive a game card that works like a debit card, replacing cumbersome quarters that could otherwise be used to enter speed-drying competitions at the laundromat. In the arcade, up to four players can experience high-octane Formula One action, careening down a simulated Indy Motor Speedway, or land strikes on four lanes of virtual bowling, with backdrops depicting Rome, Japan, and Yosemite National Park.

1580 Voorhees Town Ctr.
Voorhees,
New Jersey
US

A member of the exclusive Ron Jaworski Golf Signature portfolio, Valleybrook Country Club lives up to the legendary status of its namesake with Best of South Jersey awards in 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2011, as determined by readers of the Courier-Post. The club's 18-hole course earns its accolades with tough but rewarding challenges, presenting a hybrid of flat and hilly terrain that keeps players mindful of elevation as they line up approaches or somersault down hillsides in pursuit of runaway balls. Complicating matters are tight fairways and water hazards that come into play at nine points throughout the round. While golfers deliberate over club choice, they can assuage their nerves with visions of steamed mussels, burgers, and pizzas awaiting them at Riley's Pub for post-round devouring.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 72 course
  • Total length of 6,384 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 69.6 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 123 from the back tees
  • Three sets of tees per hole
200 Golfview Dr
Blackwood,
NJ
US