Mini golf arose out of demand for a time-efficient alternative to a full round of golf and a global passion for manmade waterfalls. Putt through artificial cascades with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Mini-Golf, Driving-Range, or Batting-Cage Play
Players smash through baskets of range balls ($6 for 40; $9 for 80) from one of the driving range's 52 hitting stations. Families can also take to the 18-hole mini-golf course (up to $7.50 a game) or slip on a helmet and enter one of the nine baseball and softball batting cages ($5 for four tokens; 15 pitches per token).
Seekonk Driving Range
In 1967, William J. Cuddigan began tilling and transforming his farmland using natural grasses and wooded barriers, slowly building what has since grown into a family fun center replete with a miniature golf course, batting cages, and a 52-stall driving range. The Cuddigan family still tends to the landscape, honoring William's original design while updating the facility with modern amenities. Covered and heated hitting stalls line the driving range, enabling players to practice in a natural setting throughout the year. The 18-hole miniature golf course has also seen many renovations but, like a recurring dream, many of its original features—windmill, lighthouse, and sinister clown nose hole—have been faithfully preserved.