Miniature versions of things often present advantages—take Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, for example, the running time of which perfectly matches the average time between gummy-worm cravings. Shrink your golf game down to size with today's deal: for $25, you get $50 worth of credit at Paradise Mini Golf, located just off route 114 in Middleton.
Mini golfing in actual paradise would consist of nothing but holes-in-one for everyone, ridding the game of its inherent thrill. Paradise Mini Golf hovers between paradise and reality by providing a challenging yet accessible 18-hole course. Mini-golf sessions are $7 for adults and $5.50 for kids and seniors. If you need practice zeroing in on island greens at the aquatic driving range, a small bucket of balls is $6, medium $8, and large $10. Your $50 credit is also valid for sweets at the ice-cream stand.
The Paradise course has all the whimsy one would hope to find at a mini-golf facility or hula-hoop-themed sock hop. To provide ongoing incentives and delight children of every temperament, every hole-in-one on the final hole wins a prize, such as a free game or Paradise T-shirt. Special course features include a 35-foot-high tree-house hole, a river hole that takes the shot downstream, and a resident parrot that insults losers. So bring a group of friends or suspicious strangers and use your credit in one go, or use your $50 over multiple dates with separate creditors.
This Groupon's value cannot be used toward lessons at their attached training facility.
Seven Yelpers give Paradise Mini Golf four stars, loving both the mini course and their unique watery driving range.
- We had so much fun that we opted to hit a bucket of balls at their totally unique driving range! The driving range is a body of water with man-made floating islands that you can use as target practice… – sarah d., Yelp
- I love coming here for some mini-golf action. It's tropical themed so it has a really fun feel to it. They have little pools of water w/fountains all over and there's this tree house hole which adds some excitement. – Lillian W., Yelp
Paradise Family Golf
At Paradise Family Golf, friends and families guide colorful golf balls through an 18-hole oasis of zigzagging putting greens and tropical obstacles. The course’s river exposes orbs to the treachery of a flowing stream on multiple holes, and a 35-foot-tall tree house gives local birds a chance to cheer on putt-putters or stock up on nourishing golf balls for winter's hibernation. After a round, golfers can stop by the koi pond and feed the fish at the feeding station or visit the ice-cream stand. Visitors looking to expand their golf game beyond the mini domain can drop by the Paradise Driving Range to hone lengthier swings. Other offerings include the golf simulator where you can choose from over 80 courses from around the world to play, TrackMan Performance Studio to help identify areas in your game you can improve, and putting green for practice in a variety of conditions and situations.