Marred by bird attacks, sand traps made from cost-cutting quicksand, and texting-induced cart accidents, golf has surpassed lava surfing and equestrian water polo in annual sports injuries. Solidify your short game in a safe, indoor environment with today’s Groupon: $8 gets you a full day of unlimited glow-in-the-dark miniature golf (up to a $20 value) at Glowgolf, located in The Citadel. With convenient hours of operation, any time is a good time to peel away from the kung-fu marathon on TV in lieu of a mini-golf marathon. With this Groupon, you can buy either two adult passes ($7 value each) or four children's passes ($5 value each). There's no limit to the amount of Groupons you can purchase.
Putt-putters of all ages can bask in the soothing, phosphorescent splendor of Glowgolf’s mini-course as they navigate their illuminated golf ball through a Caribbean-themed glowtopia of blush corals, incandescent fishies, and lush foliage. Equipment is available on the spot, so you won't risk bending your own putter when you chase after that pesky, good-for-nothing, hole-digging, ball-stealing, and most likely hallucinated gopher.
Laser Maze Challenge is not included in this offer.
Five Yelping Yelpers give Glowgolf's Nashville outpost four stars, saying:
- This place is tiny and awesome. Nothing impresses a date more than a miniature mini golf course plastered in glow in the dark paint. – Mariela C.
- Glow Golf is great for kids of all ages. – john g.
- I would be lying if I said I didn't enjoy the trippy paint and the little tubes at the beginning of each hole that "recharges" your ball and make it glow brighter. – Heather R.
Looking to put a new spin on a classic family activity, the minds behind Glowgolf decided to give the game a phosphorescent update. Incandescent courses place friends and family amid a tropical-fantasy golf world of neon orange, green, and violet surroundings. Players putt luminous orbs through vibrant treasure chests and glimmering windmills while negotiating tricky obstacles near walls portraying black-light-lit aquatic scenes. With more than 20 locations spread over 10 states, Glowgolf's fluorescent labyrinths challenge human players and traveling gnomes.