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 today's Groupon for miniature golf to Horsham Family Golf in Horsham. Choose between the following options:
- For $13, you get two rounds of 18-hole miniature golf for two people (up to a $28 value).
- For $22, you get two rounds of 18-hole miniature golf for four people (up to a $56 value).
This deal can be used on two separate visits.
Horsham Family Golf’s 18-hole mini-golf course takes putters and their orbs careening through a labyrinthine circuit of green corridors sporting a historically evocative Gold Rush theme. Assemble a team of two to reconnoiter the smooth turf for a potential bonanza, or gather four putt-putt prodigies to forage for birdies, pars, and fossilized golf balls from the mid-19th century. Throughout the round, the percussive clack of putters on balls commingles with the gentle babble of six, 8-foot fountains and two waterfalls that stream throughout the course, helping competitors relax as they calculate the dramatic breaks of boldly-sloped green simulacra. Rounds reach their crescendo as mini golfers nudge dimpled spheroids into a rustic, frontier-style building, in which they encounter aging mills, testy putts, and ever-deepening mineshafts into space-time. From October 29 through October 31, the Gold Rush–themed mini-golf course will be disguised as a Halloween-themed mini-golf course, and candy will be gifted to children 12 and under.
Horsham Family Golf
Horsham Family Golf takes up more than 16 acres of space where players of all ages can fine-tune their skills. Guests can practice putting at a gold-rush-themed 18-hole mini-golf course, aiming for holes in one while avoiding dips and obstacles. The facility also houses a driving range equipped with laser-precise distance markers and buckets of high-quality golf balls yearning to feel the wind in their dimples. 28 of the 50 golf stalls are private and remain lit for evening play, and a new practice bunker challenges golfers with a large sand trap. After practice, guests can visit the onsite pro shop, where they can stock up on golfing accessories or purchase a set of custom-fitted clubs.