Mini Golf in San Luis Obispo


Our deal searchers couldn't find any Mini Golf deals at the moment.
They feel bad, so they found you these other deals to make up for it.

Select Local Merchants

  • Monarch Dunes Golf Club
    At Monarch Dunes Golf Club, the links-style golf of coastal Britannia stretches out in the hills of California. Amid windswept dunes and eucalyptus trees sweep coastal views speckled with amber hillsides and big blue skies. And this is just how architects Damian Pascuzzo and PGA Tour Pro Steve Pate wanted it. But they also wanted something beyond beautiful vistas. They wanted a unique 30-hole arena that tested the mettle of golfers. On the 6,810-yard, par-71 Old Course, players unleash the full potential of their swings on the open expanses of the longer front nine before dialing back for close control on the back nine?a shorter tract made formidable by water hazards on all but two holes. Though the two halves have their own distinct flavors, both begin with mid-length par-4s. These are the course's two most difficult holes, so savvy golfers should spend extra time before the round and at the turn to give their driver an encouraging massage. While the Old Course is a grassy homage to golf's most sacred traditions, Monarch Dunes' Challenge Course charts a much more unorthodox path?and not just in its unconventional 12-hole layout. While some par-3 courses are known as "pitch-and-putts" for their short holes, The Challenge?named among the Top 10 Par-3 Courses by Golf.com?will have some reaching for a driver or three-wood on holes 5 and 12, which measure 242 and 202 yards respectively. Golfers can expect to finish the round in two hours or less, freeing up plenty of time to relax at the Butterfly Grille or shop for flame decals to glue onto their golf bag. Course at a Glance: The Challenge 12-hole, par 36 course Total length of 1,858 yards from the back tees Four tee options Scorecard Tees are designed specifically for beginners up to advanced golfers
    Read More
    1606 Trilogy Pkwy
    Nipomo, CA US
  • Blacklake Golf Resort
    At Blacklake Golf Resort, players can choose any combination of challenges from three distinct nine-hole courses, each representing a unique feature of playing golf within the varied landscape of the Central Coast. Sea breezes drift up from the valley to the Canyons course's elevated tee boxes. The Oaks course ventures away from the clubhouse to wind through a forest of towering oak trees, its undulating grass and smooth walkways shaded by the abundant branches of those mighty oaks. To begin the Lakes course, a short, 143-yard hole heralds the inviting nature of the compact layout and wide fairways, all before a monstrous 573-yard par 5 finishes the round. Open from dawn to dusk, Blacklake Golf Resort also features practice facilities, including a 275-yard driving range and two putting, chipping, and pitching greens on which to improve your techniques. During lessons, the staff (http://blacklake.com/staff/) of PGA professionals works to improve players' fundamentals without sacrificing the fun, relaxing nature of the sport. Course at a Glance: * Three nine-hole courses (par 36, 36, and 35) * Total yardages from the back tees: 3,276, 3,125, and 2,909 * Three sets of tees per hole * Scorecard
    Read More
    1490 Golf Course Lane
    Nipomo, CA US
  • River Oaks Golf Course
    River Oaks Golf Course serves American-style cuisine in the middle of Paso Robles' El Paso de Robles (Paso Robles) district. Low-fat is not a term River Oaks Golf Course throws around but delicious is! Bring the River Oaks Golf Course's great food to your place. Parking is plentiful, so diners can feel free to bring their vehicles. Prices at River Oaks Golf Course are moderate — most diners plunk down about $30 per meal. With food so tasty, you'll want to have breakfast, lunch, and dinner here...and you can go right ahead as River Oaks Golf Course serves three meals a day.
    Read More
    700 Clubhouse Drive
    Paso Robles, CA US
  • Village Country Club
    Officially opened in July 1962, Village Country Club incorporates the natural beauty of Northern Santa Barbara County?s wine country as its backdrop. Towering oaks and pine trees play a starring role throughout the course, especially on the 10th hole. There, a stately oak stands right in the middle of the fairway, marking the course's signature challenge and the location of its treasure chest of golden golf balls. At the 16th hole, meanwhile, an elevated tee tempts players to let it fly, all while avoiding a lake and brook running the length of the hole?s left side. Next to the course, club visitors can practice on the driving range or at a practice green outfitted with a sand bunker. Or, they can step away from golf altogether by taking a dip in the pool and hitting the tennis courts?each of which remains open year-round. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 72 course Total length of 6,546 yards from the back tees Course rating of 71.5 from the back tees Course slope of 128 from the back tees Four sets of tees per hole
    Read More
    4300 Club House Rd
    Lompoc, CA US
  • Valley Rose Golf Course
    Designed by international golf architect Robert Dean Putman, the challenging 18-hole course spans more than160 acres. During the game (up to a $20 value per person), golfers refusing to hitchhike can navigate the terrain in one of Valley Rose's quality golf carts (up to a $10 value), finely tuned for scaling hills, making sharp turns, and morphing into a time traveling robot should the need arise. After conquering the course's lush landscape and tricky topography, golfers are encouraged to visit Valley Rose's Pro Shop to compare their scores with other recent players, or wind down in their clubhouse which features a restaurant, meeting rooms, and banquet facilities.
    Read More
    301 Leonard Avenue
    Wasco, CA US
  • Montecito Country Club
    Nick Sanregret's passion for golf began when he was a youngster playing in junior events and dreaming of one day competing against the sport's top players. Over the next 15 years, Nick attended the Golf Academy of America to refine his craft and eventually turned pro in 2008. Today, at Montecito Country Club, Nick applies his cultivated wisdom to tailored instructional programs that help other golfers achieve lower scores and develop their own passion for the game. In lessons and clinics, Nick's teaching philosophy centers on solid fundamentals, including good posture, correct grip, and course-management skills. Private and group instruction takes place on the driving range, whereas the practice green is the locale for short-game clinics' combination of drills and dueling techniques with sand-wedge swords. Golfers interested in a drastic handicap reduction can enroll in the Player Improvement Program, an all-encompassing boot camp that incorporates ongoing lessons, club fitting, and access to training aids.
    Read More
    Summit Rd
    Santa Barbara, CA US
Advertisement