Miniature versions often present significant advantages—take the TV version of Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, the running time of which perfectly matches the average time between sour-gummy-worm cravings. Shrink your golf game down to size with today's Groupon: for $13, you get four rounds of miniature golf (a $26 value) at Cincinnati Golf Center, located just south of King's Island.
Featuring 36 holes of brand-new miniature golf in a newly renovated facility, Cincinnati Golf Center gives golfers a whimsical break from the stresses and frequent quicksand deaths associated with full-sized golf. Boogie like boom-box-toting caddies through four rounds ($6.50 per round) of microscopic golf on either of the Golf Center's two fully compressed 18-hole courses. The Golf Center is staffed by two PGA-sanctioned golf professionals, who will gladly share tips on how Phil Mickelson slips his ball through windmill blades and into angry gorillas' mouths. They are also trained to spot pro-golf-player imposters, so leave the Jack Nicklaus mask in the closet and just be yourself as you hone your micro-game over the course of 72 closely mowed and amusingly obstacled greens.
In addition to mini golf, the Cincinnati Golf Center stocks a pro shop with high-quality name-brand golf gear and boasts a short game practice area, a driving range with a Trackman radar system that measures delivery and ball trajectory, and a learning center where newborn infants are schooled in the martial golf arts. Downsize your golf abilities, exercise your atrophied wrist muscles, and indulge the part of your brain that enjoys feeling like a giant, irradiated Arnold Palmer with a few laps around Cincinnati Golf Center’s smallish golf courses.
Cincinnati Golf Center
Cincinnati Golf Center immerses visitors in practice for golf both miniature and normal-sized with 36 holes of mini golf as well as a grass tee area and a two-tier mat tee area. The two 18-hole mini-golf courses slink past obstacles such as water fountains, rocky areas, sloth-like groups ahead, and tricky upslopes and downslopes. A two-tier driving range features open air and covered mats and a natural grass area for players to hone their iron approaches and booming drives, while a pair of putting greens give them space to perfect long lags and tap-ins alike. With a heated bottom floor, customers can practice their golf game all year long.
7630 Columbia Rd.
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