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What You'll Get
Some things are more family friendly when done on a smaller scale, such as playing golf or sinking battleships. Enjoy an activity at its optimal size with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$13 for mini golf and an alligator feeding for a child 11 years or younger (a $27.97 value)
- Park admission (a $4.99 value)
- 18-hole round of mini golf (a $7.99 value)
- Food to feed the alligators (a $4.99 value)
- One picture with alligators, which clients can access in an online gallery (a $10 value)<p>
$15 for mini golf and an alligator feeding for an adult (a $29.97 value) * Park admission (a $4.99 value) * 18-hole round of mini golf (a $9.99 value) * Food to feed the alligators (a $4.99 value) * One picture with alligators, which clients can access in an online gallery (a $10 value)<p>
Although Gator Golf sometimes offers discounted rates online, this Groupon is still the best value available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiple. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per guest per visit. Children must be 11 or younger for child option. Must be 12 or older for adult option. Children under 3 years old admitted free if not playing mini golf; park admission is $4.99. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Gator Golf LLC
Run by a staff of alligator gurus that has been featured on Animal Planet and The Learning Channel, Gator Golf combines the civilized sinking of putts with the visceral carnage of live alligator feedings. Glass walls line the 18-hole mini-golf course, which sees putt-putt posses walking over turbulent waters churned by the chomping jaws and thrashing tails of more than 200 live alligators. To foster interspecies harmony, players can purchase special gator food to toss into the gallery of scaly spectators, who express their gratitude by passing on ancestral tales about life on earth 20 million years ago.
A fearless coterie of gator wranglers enter the lagoon during shows and impart wisdom about how to handle the predacious reptiles in Alligator Academy classes, during which students can personally grapple with the gators. Guests of all ages can pose for pictures with smaller gators whose snouts have been taped shut to prevent biting and to preempt quips about players' putting form.