Forced to cut its cultural budget or face a total loss of its nation's heritage, Scottish Parliament settled on miniaturizing golf—a fortunate last-minute substitute for miniaturizing kilts. Celebrate the Scots' pared-down pastime with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of go-karts, mini golf, and arcade tokens at Putt-Putt Fun Center. The credit can be used by any number of individuals for each activity, but all funds must be used in one visit.
Putt-Putt Fun Center's go-karts, arcade games, and three themed putt-putt courses entertain family units with a combination of whimsical style and skill-challenging designs. Full-size golf lovers can showcase their steady swings and ability to vanquish faux jungle cats unscathed by competing in a round of mini golf on one of Putt-Putt's miniature-golf courses ($6 for one player/course; $10 for one player for all three). The Jungle course's mysterious landscape dotted with gushing waterfalls, interactive statues, and exotic plants allows players to stalk the golf ball in its native environment, and the Volcano course's 18 holes wind through dark caves as a volcano spews fire 20 feet into the air. Golfers in need of a skills lab can take to the Pro course to test their mettle against family, friends, and angle-driven geometry professors with an affinity for fiberglass animals.
After collecting an ample supply of hole-in-ones, players can head to the go-kart race zone to zoom through tight turns and vie for the top pole position ($6 for one driver/ride; $10 for one diver for three rides). Indoor entertainment at the Putt-Putt arcade and prize center challenges hand-eye coordination ($1 for 4 tokens; $10 for 50 tokens), and goal-motivated players garner a cache of prize tickets to trade in for stuffed animals, plastic toys, or high-yield hedge funds.
Putt-Putt Fun Center
Putt-Putt Fun Center combats the doldrums with the triumvirate of putt-putt golf, go-karts, and arcade games. The center boasts three themed putt putt golf courses, one of which rumbles the ground under golfers’ feet with a volcano that regularly spews a ball of fire 20 feet into the air after the sun sets. Meanwhile in the Race Zone, go-karts zip around a track designed to accommodate all ages of driver, and double-seated family karts allow underage riders to tag along. The arcades allows guests to continue the simulation of extreme experiences with games such as Big Buck Hunter Safari, which helps players to feel the hunter-gatherer’s feeling of elation at a kill or shame at having to return home with rock stew. After a long day of activity, the center’s Snack Shack facilitates the scarfing of pizza, hot dogs, and soft pretzels, which can be washed down with a bottled Coke.:m]]
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