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 $22, you get a six-round Super Saver Summer punch card at Embassy Miniature Golf, located on Embassy Oaks just off 281 (up to a $51.54 value).
Embassy Miniature Golf imbues birthday parties and first dates with just the right number of man-made waterfalls, jungle-animal statues, and palm trees needed to turn 18 holes of tedious golf into a small-scale putting adventure. Kids and adults can putt around coves, over bridges, onto an island, and into a gold mine as they search for the legendary hole in one. The six-round punch card can bestow access to Embassy’s geometrically challenging greens to one golfer (up to a $6.43–$8.59 value/player) for six full sessions, be shared by up to six putters for one session, or be used in any combination in between.
Embassy's mascot, a gigantic giraffe named Puttunia, watches over the park and keeps an eye out for double-tapping cheaters and foul balls. To satisfy summer players who work best under artificial light, Embassy is open until midnight on Monday through Saturday, and it closes its doors at 10 p.m. on Sunday. All miniature-golf sessions must begin one hour prior to closing time.
Embassy Miniature Golf
Embassy Miniature Golf challenges lovers of the little links to four 18-hole rounds of putting amid a landscape covered in rocky terrain, waterfalls, and palm trees. Climb over bridges, putt through a darkened cave, and avoid simulated sand pits while dazzling friends with physics-defying trick shots and fashion-defying plaid pants. While kids and adults traverse the grounds, the course's 18.5-foot giraffe mascot, Puttunia, stands guard, watching for unapproved mulligans and illegal GPS-guided balls. Customers can also enjoy Embassy's snack bar, arcade games, and other activities during their visit.