What You'll Get
Since great aunts cannot resist pinching dimpled cheeks, the overwhelming number of dimples on a golf ball should confuse their grabby hands—defeating them once and for all. Drive dimpled dandies back into their holes with today’s Groupon: for $4, you get a large bucket of golf balls for use on the driving range at Cabot Miniature Golf in Cabot (a $9 value).
Cabot Miniature Golf nestles up to four sphere slingers within a fan-cooled tee-off area, giving them free reign to propel 120 balls across a 300-yard driving range with their own clubs or complimentary clubs. Set against a dark-green cluster of trees, balls remain highly visible far into the distance, and the range lights stay on until 9 p.m. most nights to cater to nocturnal chippers. Practice gently kissing balls upward on the well-maintained putting green, or playfully bury your sleeping 5-iron in the sand trap.
Although not included with this Groupon, the recently renovated mini golf course lays a battleground for players of all ages to challenge their chums for club-swinging dominance ($5/game). Double dates or Scooby gangs can sink putts across the course’s 18 verdant holes, which wind through pastoral streams, giant windmills, ceramic lion faces, and large ambulating giraffes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 24, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Cabot Miniature Golf
At Cabot Miniature Golf, balls tumble down undulating greens past landscapes adorned with well-maintained shrubs and animal statues. Games unfold in all kinds of weather on the illuminated 18-hole course, where giant windmills and miniature ponds obstruct each ball’s path to a hole-in-one. On the adjoining driving range, orbs soar above more than 200 yards of real turf until 10 p.m. as a sand trap tries to swallow balls rolling across the practice putting green in an effort to feed the sand monster living inside of it.
After rounds of golf, a small playground entices kids to play, and two covered, colorfully lit pavilions shelter guests enjoying post-game snacks. Cabot Miniature Golf also includes mini storage units, which are guarded by extra-heavy bar-tube fencing and a coded entry system. This facility can also store large objects such as cars, RVs, and boats.