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Miniature Golf in Charlotte, NC
Overview of three of the top golf courses in and around charlotte, NC, including the amenities and fees.
Miniature Golf - 18 holes, beautiful landscaped course
Other activities: Go-karts, rookie go-karts, bumper boats, video arcades, batting cages, kiddierides, and they host birthday parties.
Cost: Golf - $6.99 for adults and $4.99 for children (6-10), 5 and under is free w/paying adult; other activities range from $3 -7.
Specials and promos available on the website.
2600 East Franklin Blvd.
Gastonia, NC 28054
(About 14 miles outside of Charlotte, east of Cox rd; across from circuit city)
Hrs: M, T, W, Th, Sun - 10am - 10pm, Fri amp; Sat - 10am - midnight.
Miniature Golf - 3 - uniquely themed 18 hole miniature golf courses, lush landscape and foliage, all skill levels, tunnels, waterfalls, and mountains.
Other activities: video arcade, batting cages, teddy bear factory, and they host birthday parties.
Cost: Golf - adults - $6.50, kids $4.50, 10 game tickets -$37; other activities cost range from $1 - $10.
Specials: unlimited golf and 10 arcade tokens -$8, Super Saturday - unlimited golf, and 40 arcade tokens - $8.
Lost Duffer Miniature Golf
110 Barton Creek Road
Charlotte, NC 28262
Hrs: call for tee times
Miniature Golf - 18 golf holes, great place for beginners; course - goes through a replica of a 19th century mining camp, with a water wheel, and abandoned shafts.
Cost - $ 4 /round (incl. putter and ball), rack rate-weekly- $8 adults, $6 for children; Sat - Sun rack rate $12 for adults and $6 for children; cart fee is $5.
This location is strictly for golf lovers, there are not many other amenities at this location, and the miniature golf is its main attraction.
NOTE: All of these locations are ideal for beginners and advanced miniature golfers, so go out and enjoy yourself, the courses are beautiful and the gaming is ideal for kids so they wont get bored, as far as the refreshments, you would have to call to get the specifics on what is available, most refreshments most likely will be located inside the area where the gaming etc. is located. Be safe and hit a few for me, but don't forget to watch out for those fly balls.