Monster Mini Golf's 18 holes contain enough geometric challenges and frightening decorations to make the course interesting for all ages. Navigate your illuminated golf ball past horrible goblins, disgruntled dark forest trees, impolite specters, and sleeping ogres. Listen for Monster Mini Golf’s own in-house radio station, whose live, on-site DJ hands out prizes for random reasons on the links, or just stand in awe of the 3-D spectacle. Monster Mini Golf also features arcade games that spit tickets for prizes at skilled players.
Settle traffic arguments by challenging an opposing driver to a duel on Boomers!'s speedy go-carts. Or just cruise solo, banking curves and outdriving total strangers in a wild day of rubber-burning and dust-eating. For crashtastic thrills, climb aboard a bumper boat and drift on the waterscape, floating amok and gleefully broadsiding fellow captains. A bit of the briny seeps into Boomers!'s mini-golf range, where it creates a sparkling blue hazard to complement the verdant greens. Finish the day with a feeling of accomplishment that comes only from climbing Boomers!'s big, giant rock wall. The 32-foot climbing surface has a variety of handholds and different climbing options, so explore them all with the three climbs. Be sure to check Boomers! Medford's hours before heading out.
Rolling Greens Golf Club unfurls across undulating hills, its fairways surrounded by trees and covered in a lush pelt of blue grass. The 9-hole club opened for play in 1973, and over the ensuing decades players have enjoyed blasting drives down narrow clearings and sprinkling approach shots down upon its generous, multi-tiered greens. After finishing a 9-hole round or playing the course twice over for a full 18, players can gather around a table at Casa Mia On The Green for casual Italian cuisine?ideal for players who can only accurately illustrate their driver slices with a spaghetti noodle.
Course at a Glance: * 9-hole, par 35 course * Total length of 3,066 yards from the back tees * Three sets of tees per hole * View the scorecard
At Village Green Miniature Golf, dimpled orbs roll along two different 18-hole courses. As a reward for executing perfect putts and remembering the words to the Happy Birthday song during a friend's party, visitors can gorge on pizza, soda, and ice cream sandwiches.
The Vineyards Golf Club's private course?an 18-hole layout dominated by five par 3 holes?may look easy at first glance, but it contains difficulties that don't show up on a scorecard. Even if golfers can keep their golf balls from slipping into the surrounding farmland, out of the native wildflower growths and fescue grasses that constitute the rough, and away from lazy truffle pigs, they still have to deal with the wind. It's true that the open layout contains almost no trees to obstruct shots, but that also means there's nothing to keep the wind from blowing a ball off course. Furthermore, stiff breezes regularly combine with raised greens to render the pinpointing of exact yardages a complicated mental task.
Known simply at The Plex, Long Island Sportsplex offers 18,500 square feet of family fun year-round. The facility eliminates the possibility of rain delays with a smattering of indoor lacrosse and soccer fields and basketball and volleyball courts. Youth football leagues teach kids basic football skills, and adults take the field for games of flag football. Games of pickle ball and field hockey also abound inside The Plex. During warmer months, families can hit golf balls over bridges, alongside creeks, and bypass black holes on the outdoor mini-golf course.