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 $16, you get two 18-hole rounds of putt-putt, two hot dogs, two soft drinks, and 50 arcade tokens at Putt-Putt Golf & Games (a $38 value). Groupon grabbers can split this deal between two people or buy multiples; this offer is valid at the Fort Worth, South Arlington, and Hurst locations.
For centuries, putt-putt was reserved for traditionalists entrenched in a culture of driving luxury cars for show and thwarting windmill villains with expertly putted golf balls. Now available to the public, putt-putt brings together players of all ages and skill levels. After an afternoon of reality-based competition, double-bogeyed losers can bounce back with a game of well-executed joystickery in the arcade or opt to settle bragging rights over hot dogs by seeing who can get the most mustard stains on their eyebrows.
Each Putt-Putt Golf & Games features multiple mini-golf courses and a bounty of arcade games that test the limits of concentration, confidence, and non-Euclidean geometry. Share such skills with a young niece or go head to head with an experienced adversary and use the final scores to evaluate whether your competitor makes a proper life partner or an obvious sworn enemy.
- You can never get bored of Putt Putt golf and games. It can also be a fun date. There is so much you can do there and the arcade isn't the same games every time you go in there. They do a good job of keeping them up to date. – Chris D., Insider Pages
- A great place to have a birthday party or to take the kids on a hot summer afternoon to play video games and stay cool. The prices are great and throughout the summer they have great specials. – Debra D., Insider Pages
Putt-Putt Fun Center And Alley Cats
Landscaped holes sprawl across the grounds of Putt-Putt Fun Center's locations in Arlington, Hurst and Fort Worth, challenging visitors to take hold of putters and test their short game. Besides putt-putt golf, each center has batting cages that hurl baseballs and the occasional tomato at various speeds. Each location is home to a giant arcade featuring state-of-the-art games and redemption centers to cash in tickets for prizes.
Each location offers year-round specials and parties, as well as summer camps. At camps, kids ages 5 to 13 experience all of Putt-Putt Entertainment's offerings in addition to a fully licensed summer camp program with daily themes. Camps run from June 5 to August 18.