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.
Choose from Three Options
$15 for a mini-golf package for two (up to a $33 total value), which includes:
- One round of mini golf for two (up to a $7 value each)
- One large bucket of 130 balls for the driving range (a $13 value)
- Two club rentals (a $6 value; up to a $33 total value)<p>
$25 for the above mini-golf package for four (up to a $66 total value)
$79 for two private 60-minute golf lessons (up to a $200 value)<p>
During a private golf lesson, high-speed digital video analysis breaks down the swing of each adult or junior pupil before instructors email the footage to students’ home computers. Included range balls and clubs, if necessary, can help all skill levels take to the tee. Lessons take place with either Keith Profilio, who draws on more than 25 years of experience as a golf professional, or Richie Tiberi Jr., a PGA professional and graduate of Arizona State University’s Professional Golf Management program.<p>
Turtle Cove Golf Center
Turtle Cove Golf Center sprinkles summer with the pixie dust of outdoor activities ranging from miniature golf to smacking fastballs in batting cages. A course with 18 mini-golf greens peppered between bright flowers and rippling water lures putters, and the 55 hitting stations at the center's 450-yard grass driving range beckon players looking to vent aggression through full-force swings or whispered threats to their tees. After bagging their clubs, guests can swing into batting cages to whack baseballs and softballs or relax at the Turtle Cove Café and munch on a hamburger.
In addition to practice facilities, Turtle Cove offers professional guidance on the art of the swing during lessons. PGA professionals employ high-speed digital-video analysis to break down each pupil’s form and technique as they drive, chip, and drop-kick golf balls into the hole.