Mini Golf in Ozark


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  • Glowgolf
    With iridescent miniature golf courses in malls throughout North America, Glowgolf adds elements of phosphorescent fun to shopping sessions. Courses contain sights such as light-defying blush corals, incandescent animals, and lush foliage reminiscent of the glowing trees on Neptune. Each pass is good for three 18-hole games, giving golfers ample opportunity to get familiar with each hole's obstacles. Equipment is available on the spot, so players won't have to carry around personal clubs or seek out a bioluminescent caddie.
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    James River Towne Center
    Springfield, MO US
  • Lokomotion Family Fun Park
    Lokomotion Family Fun Center paves the way for friendly competition and family fun in a multi-attraction complex filled with arcade games, mini golf, laser tag, go-karts, and bumper boats. Feed fistfuls of tokens ($0.25 value each) into a multitude of games to shoot hoops, smack air-hockey pucks, and recklessly race virtual cars without being grounded for hitting the neighbors' mailbox. Take aim at sibling rivalries during black-light laser-tag games or spray down peers in the bumper-boat pool. Thirty-six mini golf holes border an Illinois River tributary, setting a beautiful scene to knock grandma off the top of the family standings. Four different go-kart tracks separate racers by age with single-seat pro-track cars for licensed drivers and double-seated family-track cars that liberate backseat drivers.
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    4520 N College Ave
    Fayetteville, AR US
  • Ozarks Beach Club
    Even if you're running into some bad luck on its 18-hole miniature golf course, it's difficult to feel anything but relaxed at Ozarks Beach Club. That's because the club transports guests to a tropical island with its laid-back tropical theme, enveloping rounds with gurgling waters, sand, and palm trees. Though they probably won't cross paths with sunbathing pirates looking for some help with their lotion, guests will most definitely come across the club's concession stand stocked with cold drinks, candy, and ice cream. A large on-site patio area also beckons to birthday parties and other group gatherings.
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    2010 S 20th St.
    Ozark, MO US
  • Deer Lake Golf Course
    Deer Lake Golf Course emerges out of verdant greenery and idyllic meadows to test golfers of all skill levels with its challenging topography. Players whack their way through more than 6,800 yards of lush fairways, overcoming an arsenal of obstacles that include sand traps, long shots, water hazards, and Pete Sampras's tennis racket. Before hitting the links, hone putting and driving skills at the nearby practice facilities, or receive direct guidance that can improve an amateur swing from a course professional. The clubhouse's grill appeases competitive appetites with drinks and sandwiches, fuel for participating in Deer Lake's schedule of golf tournaments.
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    5544 Highway 266
    Springfield, MO US
  • Swing-Right Golf
    Swing Right Golf enables players to test their skills on some of the most famous holes in the the world?without ever having to step on a plane or deal with unpredictable weather. Inside the facility, single players or groups take hacks inside Swing Right's high-tech simulator, loaded with around 40 renowned courses. Outside, players can continue playing on the lighted 18-hole mini-golf course, or at Swing Right's dozen driving range tees, six of which are heated and covered.
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    444 E Farm Rd. 192
    Springfield, MO US
  • Greatest Adventures Mini Golf
    At Greatest Adventures Miniature Golf, an Egyptian sphinx, a towering dragon, and a waterfall cave present fun challenges for anyone from casual mini golfers to skilled putters competing in the US Pro Mini Golf Association, which has been hosted at the 36-hole facility. The USPMGA rated facility showcases two distinct 18-hole courses, both with their own themes and characters. Knights and a giant dragon roam the grounds of the medieval course, whereas a giant ape heckles players as they putt around Egyptian structures at the jungle course. In 2011, the USPMGA invited players to put their skills to the test at Greatest Adventures Miniature Golf for the US Open Championship. Though competition was fierce, the then-16-year-old Olivia Prokopova took home the win with her precise shots, determined swing, and ability to pick out the luckiest color golf ball. Between games, guests can visit the onsite Scooter's Sports Grill, where they can nosh burgers, subs, and other grill fare while watching sports on four flat-screen TVs.
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    4800 N Gretna Rd
    Branson, MO US