What You'll Get
Miniature golf followed in the footsteps of other scaled-down sports, such as paper football, table tennis, and kitten pageantry. Enjoy golf's pintsize progeny with today's Groupon: for $9, you get 18 holes of miniature golf for up to six people at Cascade Golf Center in Orem (up to a $20 value). This Groupon is not valid for the natural turf putting course.
Cascade Golf Center's miniature golf courses include two traditionally zany mini golf courses. Those looking for conventional putt-putt pleasure can steer dimpled orbs over undulating pseudo-grass and through the misting waterfalls and streams that hug The Falls, or sink testy two-putts among the rising crags, rock formations, and evergreen corridors of The Arches. Holes force players to read the slopes, control their strokes, and ignore the belittling remarks of sentient flagsticks.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Not valid for natural turf putting course. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Cascade Golf Center
Cascade Golf Center pairs an 18-hole golf course with 54 holes of miniature golf, inviting golfers of all stripes to enjoy the challenges of the game. Sculpted into the rolling terrain of surrounding foothills, the 6,055-yard course begins with the relatively flat land of the front-nine Valley Course before plotting an oscillating path over the back-nine Mountain Course, where clubbers must contend with elevation changes and the shrill tones of displaced Bavarian yodelers during backswings. As golfers traverse the course, crests give way to scenic views of snowcapped mountains and distant Utah Lake.
The Center’s miniature-golf courses include two obstacle-ridden, 18-hole courses and an 18-hole, natural-grass putting course designed for focused practice. Those looking for conventional putt-putt pleasure can steer shots past the waterfalls and streams that hug The Falls, or sink two-putts among the inventive rock formations and evergreen corridors of The Arches. The natural-turf putting course eschews exotic obstacles in favor of sloped greens hemmed by a cut of rough that, combined, resembles a small golf course or the front lawn of an overenthusiastic landscaper.