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Instead, the game is played on a "course", generally consisting of an arranged progression of either 9 or 18 "holes". Each hole on the course must contain a "tee box" and a "putting green" with the actual hole, and there are various other...more
My husband and I attended this and we love mini gold but found this to be really disappointing considering we paid $30 for 2 people. Doesnt really appear to be very thought through and some of it was really "half assed".
Been there but wont...More
We stumbled across glow golf and thought it sounded fun. The course itself was fun with a twist at the end. The Aussie props along the way were cool however the “glow” part wasn’t amazing. The first part glowed but the rest was more a...More
It feels like they originally had an Aussie themed minigolf and then awkwardly splashed UV paint on parts to try and update it. The course itself was good enough and we had fun, but it was mostly at the odd props and bits of driftwood...More
We were expecting to have the whole golfing experience submerged in the glow but not.... only the first 1/3 of it lived to its name but for the rest of the course, we were playing in dimly lit red lighting. It was an eerie feel...More
We decided to visit glow golf to fill in some time as we were already in Docklands.
The first couple of holes are great, the glow in the dark and the artwork is fantastic. The balls and clubs glow and it’s pretty easy.
We really expected great things from Glow Golf when we attended with a party of 5 - ages from 4 - 87. However it really wasn't glow at all - the holes are not lit up at all - making it hard for even the...More
Glow golf was smaller than I expected, but was fun none the less. It was entertaining for about 45 minutes while at the Docklands. Wouldn’t go out of my way to go again, but would visit if at Docklands.
You don't need to be super fancy to have a good experience playing mini golf. All too often I find the mini golf places that do go all out with hydraulics & elaborate courses end up getting run down & the course no longer becomes...More
It's a budget place with cheap lighting and exhibits, but hey, were not here to win a Masters.
The course is small and sporadically placed throughout the building and almost runs back over itself.
It's quite dark in the venue with the neon lights only...More