Playing a successful game of miniature golf is like flying an airplane: it takes focus, skill, and the ability to avoid hitting windmills. Avoid occupational hazards with today’s Groupon to Brooklyn Golf Center. Choose between the following options:
- For $8, you get a round of mini golf for two (up to a $16 value).
- For $16, you get 18 holes of golf for two (up to a $32 value).
Just steps from the Atlantic water hazard, Brooklyn Golf Center's par 3 pitch 'n' put course and miniature golf hones club-wielders' long and short games. Serenaded by the artificial waterfalls and rustling trees surrounding the miniature golf course, families, friends, and squirrels with exceptional motor skills can host a one-on-one scramble or attempt a hole-in-one at the 19th hole to win a free game and a Matchbox car. Venture into the open spaces of the par 3 executive course, where golfers can practice their repertoire of putts and pitches throughout the day, or into the night under lights that illuminate errant balls until 10 p.m. See the Upcoming Events page for scheduled course closures.
Brooklyn Golf Center
Brooklyn Golf Center invites players to swing at a buffet of practice areas, a newly renovated 18-hole executive course, or an 18-hole mini-golf course. The center’s driving range boasts 75 stalls, 25 of which are covered and heated, keeping the sun from burning fair-complected golf balls. After working on their long game, players can move to the putting green or chipping area to warm up before hitting the 18-hole executive course or putting through the mini-golf course. Those seeking educational guidance can take lessons with PGA Director of Golf Anthony Rodriquez or Joel Garyn, who harnesses more than 35 years of competitive golf experience. Before visiting the links, players can drop into a 900-square-foot pro shop stocked with gear from brands such as Mizuno, Nike, and Wilson. The center’s golf experts can match players with clubs from these brands during custom club fittings that determine ideal pairings. In addition to serving its own customers, Brooklyn Golf Center also supports community efforts as part of The First Tee program, which brings golf to young people who would never otherwise get the chance to grip a club.