Putt-putters can bask in the soothing phosphorescent splendor of Glowgolf’s mini course as they navigate their illuminated golf ball through glowtopia. Courses contain sights such as light-defying blush corals, incandescent fishes, and lush foliage. Each pass is good for three 18-hole games, giving golfers ample opportunity to outmaneuver any vividly bright and very alive windmills that may appear. Equipment is available on the spot, so you won't risk bending your own putter when you chase after that pesky, good-for-nothing, hole-digging, ball-stealing, and most likely hallucinated gopher.
With obstacles such as water wheels and undulating greens, miniature golf at Epic Entertainment is tricky enough. But, true to its name, the Mischief Mini-Golf spinner adds even more obstacles to the 19-hole course by daring players with challenges such as playing an entire hole on one leg. Such tasks don't hinder visitors to Epic's five batting cages, whose machines fling everything from baseballs at 60 mph to softball slow pitches. Slow and steady likewise rules the day at Epic's fog-flooded laser tag arena, where phaser-armed players patiently search for opponents within an outdoor maze.
Stalactites and stalagmites. A thundering waterfall. A treacherous mountain face. Given the primordial surroundings, one might think they’d been sent back to the continent of Pangea armed with only a putter. That's what Academy Miniature Golf’s creators were going for when they designed their twin 18-hole courses, pairing lush landscapes with obstacles that are as difficult to putt around as they are unable to accept bribes. Players are rewarded for skillful shots as opposed to sheer luck as they spelunk into the cave hole and slalom their golf balls down the steep mountain slope, all with a view of Pikes Peak in the distance.