It's an absolutely wonderful feeling when you manage to get a hole-in-one, even if it is for an easy course. Experience a sense of small achievement today at Parkville Mini Golf in Parkville.
It's certainly time you stopped reading about this course with its amazing restaurant and finally came in for a bite.
Youngsters are more than welcome to join mom and dad at this course.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
At Mission Bowl in Mission, you can practice both your putting and driving.
Check out the restaurant at this course for a delicious meal.
Grab the kids when you head to this course — its family-oriented atmosphere perfect for the whole clan.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Paradise Park started its life as a simple miniature-golf course in 1992. Since then, the park has grown with Lee's Summit, mirroring the suburb's population growth with additions that have turned it into a sprawling temple to family fun. Outdoors, guests can still show off their putts and best gopher impressions on the miniature-golf course, or head over to the go-kart track to face off against fellow drivers on a 1,000-foot road-inspired course. Inside the park's huge indoor area, kids play and learn at the Children's Edutainment Center or blast each other with air-propelled balls at the Foam Factory. A game room harks back to the arcades of old with token-fed classics such as Ms. Pac-Man, as well as offering new amusements including a SpongeBob SquarePants game.
Glossy bowling lanes explode with the sounds of crashing pins at Aaron's Family Fun Center, where an arcade, outdoor mini-golf course, and six sand volleyball courts keep all manner of attentions entertained. The 32-lane array gives ample space for individual and league play, though larger parties can opt to reserve The Den, a private, elegant bowling alley featuring six lanes, library-paneled walls, and no restrictions on false old-timey mustaches. The mini-golf course challenges putters to 18 holes with a range of colorful obstacles for year-round enjoyment, though unfavorable weather may limit off-season play to all but the most wind-resistant of miniature athletes.
Who's up for a game of mini golf? Gather a group together and play your heart out at Leisure Park in Sedalia.
Don't deny your stomach an immaculate meal when you try this course's restaurant.
This course is more than willing to accommodate families, so kids are welcome to tag along.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Since opening its fairways in 1967, Liberty Hills Golf Club has cultivated a golf environment that challenges all players with a versatile landscape that earned it hosting rights to the 2005 Missouri Amateur tournament and several Midwest Section PGA events. Starting out from the stately white clubhouse that anchors the club’s 140 acres of rolling terrain, golfers embark on a 6,530-yard jaunt that culminates at the highest elevation in Clay County. The fairways coil around two large central ponds that bear heavily on shot-making decisions, forcing them to choose between attempting to play a hook shot or hook a fish for lunch.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 70 course
Total length of 6,530 yards from the back tees
Course rating of 71.2 from the back tees
Course slope of 130 from the back tees
Four sets of tees per hole