What You'll Get
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 $30, you get a one-year miniature-golf pass at Putt-Putt Fun Center in Burlington (a $60 value). This Groupon expires on September 18.
Putt-Putt Fun Center promotes all-ages fun with a combination of exciting outdoor miniature golf courses and prize-awarding arcade games. The one-year pass grants its holder with the superpower of playing unlimited miniature golf on either of Putt-Putt's two outdoor miniature golf courses, each replete with 18 hard-to-reach holes. The center is open year-round, giving players ample time to perfect their game before the closing of the final fiscal quarter demands the public release of putt-putt scores. Putt-Putt Fun Center's entertainment options extend beyond the onomatopoeic, club-swinging action from which the company takes its name, and include an arcade area—where putters can score some digital points between rounds of golf—as well as a snack bar.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 18, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate by 9/18/11, pass expires 1 year from activation date. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Putt-Putt Fun Center
At the main attraction of Putt-Putt Fun Center's assortment of family-friendly activities, golfers of all ages hone their swings on an 18-hole miniature golf course, where flowers and trees surround the verdant fairways and Putt-Putt's signature metal rails. In the Game Zone arcade, lights flash as the machines dole out tickets for players to exchange for prizes. Birthday party packages nourish revelry with fizzing sodas and Domino’s pizza, inspiring kids to finally learn science by peering at mini golf balls through the microscope instead of constantly hiding them in the course's holes.