Mini Golf in Longmont

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  • Putter's Pride Mini Golf Courses
    Whether it?s the tiny town buildings, flowering gardens, or obstacle-like oddities that capture one's imagination, Putter's Pride evokes an ambiance of adventure as guests traverse its three 18-hole mini golf courses. From a toilet seat left ajar to a pink windmill and a purple dragon protruding from the turf, the unusual hole designs keep golfers guessing and scratching their heads with their clubs as they match putts with opponents during a round, which takes about 45 minutes. Around the greens? edges, streams splash down tiered stone waterfalls, colorful blossoms overflow from wooden flowerboxes, and farm animals look out from the side of a pink barn to referee putter swordfights to determine the authenticity of an alleged hole-in-one. The whimsical decor facilitates fun at birthday parties, where guests can chow down on their own snacks and cake around multicolored picnic tables before hitting the pintsize putting grounds.
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    3604 South Kipling Street
    Denver, CO US
  • Family Sports Golf Course
    A South Suburban Parks and Recreation course, Family Sports Golf Course showcases a nine-hole, par 31 layout that loops around a two-tier driving range. True to its name, the course caters to all members of the family, including seasoned adults practicing their short-game touch and novice juniors making their first foray into the game. Renovated in 2009, the two-tier driving range invites players to hone their stroke on 1 of 25 grass tees or 30 tees that are covered, lit, and heated year-round.
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    6901 South Peoria Street
    Centennial, CO US
  • Glowgolf
    Looking to put a new spin on a classic family activity, the minds behind Glowgolf decided to give the game a phosphorescent update. Incandescent courses place friends and family amid a tropical-fantasy golf world of neon orange, green, and violet surroundings. Players putt luminous orbs through vibrant treasure chests and glimmering windmills while negotiating tricky obstacles near walls portraying black-light-lit aquatic scenes. With more than 20 locations spread over 10 states, Glowgolf's fluorescent labyrinths challenge human players and traveling gnomes.
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    750 Citadel Dr. E
    Colorado Springs, CO US
  • Haystack Mountain Golf Course
    Haystack Mountain Golf Course bears many features that remind players of the history of the land beneath their golf spikes, a history that stretches way back before a tee ever pierced it. An original 1850s settlers' shack still stands on the 240-acre plot, as does an early 1900s horse barn?which today stores golf equipment now that horses have been replaced by golf carts. And then of course there's Left Hand Creek and Haystack Mountain itself, home to the Arapahoe tribe and hardscrabble settlers in the 19th century. Today, golfers enjoy those same pristine views of Haystack Mountain and the Flatirons as they play the nine-hole, links-style layout. Left Hand Creek bifurcates the course and comes into play on four holes. A scant 2,153 yards with a par of 32, the course is a scenic place for beginners to take up the game and for their more seasoned counterparts to work on their touch on the greens. Course at a Glance: * 9-hole, par 32 course * Total length of 2,153 yards from the back tees * Two sets of tees per hole * View the scorecard
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    5877 Niwot Rd.
    Niwot, CO US
  • The Fox Hill Club
    On June 1, 1973, Lieutenant Governor John Vanderhoof stepped up to the first tee at The Fox Hill Club and drove the ball toward the green. With that swing, the club had officially opened, and its 7,123-yard, par 70 layout has challenged visitors ever since. Snowcapped mountains create a scenic framework for the course's 18 holes, which are carpeted with a mix of rye and bluegrass?much like any avid golfer's living room. Away from its tree-lined fairways, Fox Hill invites players to warm up at its driving range, short game area, and large practice putting green. The club also offers tennis and swimming, in addition to a fitness area.
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    1400 Highway 119
    Longmont, CO US
  • Colorado National Golf Club
    Colorado National Golf Club wastes no time testing golfers: the second hole of its 18-hole, par 72 course stretches to 626 yards, and that isn't even the longest par five. That honor goes to the 15th hole, which absorbed enough milk in the course's early years to grow to a whopping 696 yards. All told, Colorado National Golf Club's course checks in at 7,676 yards from the tips, with strategically placed lakes and bunkers peppering its layout. To prepare for the course's challenges, golfers can get some work in at the club's practice facilities, which include three separate tee boxes and a large putting green. The club also boasts an award-winning clubhouse and restaurant, which, like the course, provides spectacular views of Long's Peak and Mount Meeker in the distance.
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    2700 Vista Parkway
    Erie, CO US