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10 unique mini-Golf courses in history

10 unique mini Golf courses-Golf is not just miniature Golf. Of course, this is what the name implies, but a few rounds of mini Golf can be something much more than just hitting a ball off an artificial green carpet.

There are mini-Golf courses that can take you and your family to completely different worlds. What other sports games will take you through different countries, pirate bays, or worlds full of dinosaurs? The best Golf playgrounds combine the pleasure of playing Golf and full immersion in the atmosphere of a new world. Here are some of the most interesting mini Golf courses ever made by man.

“Around the world in 18 holes”, lake George, new York

Near lake George, you can encounter a unique phenomenon in the world of mini-Golf – a Golf course “Around the world for 18 holes”. Here you can play American Golf or take a tour around the world, as well as visit exciting places such as Europe and the far East, with each exotic place reduced for the convenience of you and your game. You will become a world tourist in a short time.

Camelot Golfland, Anaheim, California

If you happen to find yourself in Anaheim, California, you should definitely play mini Golf at Camelot Golfland. This theme Park offers all kinds of attractions, including several variations of mini Golf. Here you can guide your Golf ball past Spanish castles, large windmills, and wild jungles. There are venues for different skill levels, so every member of your family who can hold a stick in their hand will be able to participate in the game.

Pirate Golf Islands, new Jersey

There are three centers under the name “Pirate island Golf”, down from the Jersey shore. If you want to be surrounded by pirate lore, wooden ships, hard water barriers and suspension bridges, then an 18-hole game in one of the several locations of “Pirate Island Golf” will be for you what the doctor – or in this case, the pirate captain-ordered.

Prehistoric Golf, Ocean City, Maryland

Craving the Jurassic period and dinosaurs? Then how about a few rounds of Golf in a similar environment? Prehistoric Golf is one of the many themed Golf courses in the Old Pro Mini Golf chain in Ocean City. Believe me, in this Park everyone is waiting for an incredible adventure and exciting game!

Pirate Bay Park, Florida

Pirates and mini Golf seem to go hand in hand. At least the people running the Pirate Bay in several places in the state of Florida seem to think so. Waterfalls, tropical scenery, hidden coves, pirate ships and real alligators (no joke ) will be part of your company while you try to make your best shot. Of course, if you do accidentally drive the ball inside the gaping mouth of an alligator, you probably want to just leave it there and continue playing until the end.

Disney winter summer Park, Orlando, Florida

If anyone can make mini Golf interesting, it’s Disney. Disney winter Park combines two mini-Golf games (for experienced and novice players to choose from). You can choose a winter or summer theme for your game. The symbols of the winter part of the Park are castles that look like icicles greeting you in the first instance, while sand and solar motifs will guide you through the summer area. A couple of rounds in this Park is a great way to relax and enjoy playing in Orlando.

Lexington ice center, Kentucky

If you are a fan of Bible stories, you will appreciate the “Lexington ice center” for playing mini Golf. The entire Park is made in the biblical theme. It’s worth seeing!

“Putting Edge Fun Center”, in various locations (USA and Canada)

The “Putting Edge Fun Center” centers are scattered throughout the United States and Canada. If you want to play mini Golf in the dark, you can’t find a better place. Don’t worry, you can still make the perfect pitch, even without a lot of light, because everything in the “Putting Edge Fun Center” glows in the dark.

Volcano Island mini Golf, Orlando, Florida

For a while, Vulcan Island Mini Golf was in a quandary, but with the new management, the Park revived considerably. You can play Golf under a volcanic eruption, and in the presence of dinosaurs and waterfalls. If you want to test yourself in an environment of fiery volcanoes and this atmosphere is to your liking, then “Mini-Golf volcano Island” should not disappoint you. Just make sure you keep an eye on this huge Brontosaurus!

Par-king Roller Coaster Golf Park, Illinois

For those of you who want to test your Golf skills, and like to solve a lot of inventive challenges and obstacles, open “Par-king Roller Coaster Golf”. There are moving clowns, water traps, bridges, the Statue of Liberty (slightly smaller than the original), and many other obstacles that will prevent you from making a quality hit.

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