Mini Golf in Cutlerville


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  • Loeschner's Village Green
    The 39 holes at Loeschner's Village Green Family-Style Miniature Golf lead putt-putters through a wide-open course framed by charming white picket fences, winding through a scenic setting trees and shrubs. In addition to upkeeping the course, the staff encourages guests to keep the competition going by instigating a soft-drink-chugging contest or enjoying offerings such as ice cream, popcorn, cotton candy, and hot dogs at the snack bar.
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    4521 Chicago Dr SW
    Grandville, MI US
  • Formula K Family Fun Park
    Formula K Family Fun Park kick-starts visitors' adrenaline with a suite of family-friendly activities. The play palace rivets racers with 45 mph Grand Prix go-karts ($2.50/lap), or oval and road courses ($5/five minutes) as well as junior-racer options for budding speedsters ages 5–10 ($5/five minutes). Practice putting precision during 18 holes of mini golf ($5/person) or use the clubs to thwack treats from the snack bar into friends' mouths. Groups of 10 or more may reserve one of the park's paintball fields ($15 field fee, $15 for a marker rental) to pelt opponents with colorful paint pellets ($20/1,000 rounds). At the park's arcade, gamers slot tokens into more than 85 coin-op arcade machines while drumming up the courage to ask for Ms. Pacman's phone number.
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    54358 North Main Street
    Mattawan, MI US
  • Hawk Hollow Golf Course
    A 63-hole golf complex carved through rolling, water-kissed terrain, Hawk Hollow features several sprawling venues for golfers of all stripes to hunt for birdies. The club's signature course, Eagle Eye, showcases 7,323 yards of fairways and greens sculpted with consultation from course architecture guru Pete Dye. Water comes into play on 14 holes, including the par-three 17th, which features an island green that—like peace between two feuding couples—can only be reached by bridge. With 27 championship-length holes, the Hawk Hollow course itself lets players select which sets of nines to combine for a full 18-hole round, and two more executive courses—the par-36 Woodside and the links-style Falcon—round out the club's diverse range of courses. The emerald grounds also encompass the Little Hawk Putting Course, a circuit of bent-grass greens carved through sand traps and mounds shrouded in thick rough.
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    15101 Chandler Rd
    Bath, MI US
  • Yankee Springs Golf Course
    Prior to 1963, the entire Gun Lake area did not have a golf course. Local enthusiasts had to travel out of town to get their weekend morning fix, and younger residents had nowhere to become acquainted with the game. It would take a man who had never played a round of golf in his life to give the community a welcoming locale to practice the game and unveil heat seeking three-woods. This visionary, Frank Tichvon, turned his greenhorn status into green-thumbed activism, building a modest yet challenging nine-hole course that thrilled locals with tee shots down beautiful tree-lined fairways and breaking putts across manicured greens. The course's popularity brought about the construction of a second nine-hole layout, and by 1987, the course had grown into a 27-hole destination sprawled across more than 200 acres of verdant Michigan terrain. Eighteen-hole combinations range in length from 5,200 yards up to 6,373, challenging golfers with tight fairways framed by mature arbors that kidnap gullible golf balls. Course at a Glance: * 27-hole course, par of 36 on each 9-hole side * 18-hole length of up to 6,373 yards from back tees * 18-hole rating of 67.2?69.1 from back tees * 18-hole slope of 105?110 from back tees * Two sets of tees
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    12300 Bowens Mill Rd.
    Wayland, MI US
  • Gracewil Country Club
    In 1929, the Wilson family sculpted nine golf holes into their fruit and dairy farm, weaving well-manicured holes among the orchards and appropriating an old farmhouse to serve as the first clubhouse. Today, after several clubhouse iterations, the family still owns the course, having overseen an expansion to two full 18-hole courses during its storied history. Water is featured prominently on both layouts and a diverse gathering of trees line the fairways, from low apple trees that bloom radiant white flowers in the springtime to towering pines vying for inclusion in Wilson family holiday photos. Course at a Glance: Two 18-hole, par 72 courses 6,180 yards from the back tees Course rating of 68.5 from the back tees Slope rating of 108 from the back tees Two sets of tees per hole
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    2597 4 Mile Road Northwest
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • The Acorn Grille at Thousand Oaks Golf Club
    The Acorn Grille at Thousand Oaks Golf Club melds a variety of upscale dishes with wines and attentive service. The chefs and staff train their eyes on the details, whether manicuring platings or refining in-house recipes. Seafood options such as perch and scallops swim alongside aioli and pilaf, and pastas dress up veggies and proteins with bowties or tortellini pocket squares. Tender grilled or slow-cooked cuts of meat, including beef tenderloin and prime rib, incorporate robust ingredients including smoked gouda, garlic, and chipotle. The dining room sports high-gloss wooden tables, while the outdoor patio overlooks rolling acres of green hills, 100-year-old oak trees, and herds of golf balls that roam the 425-acre golf course. Acorn Grille is closed on Sundays until Easter
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    4100 Thousand Oaks Dr NW
    Grand Rapids, MI US
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