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Perche Creek Golf Course

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Perche Creek Golf Course

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Brenda E wrote a review Sep 2018
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First of all, if you haven't been here in 2018, you should know they have done a lot of work on the facilities, especially the mini golf course. My 10-year-old grandson and I spent a little over two hours here for an end-of-summer outing. You can just about hit any budget because the golf and foot golf (which shares the first 9 holes with the golf course and is a low-key activity) are priced for all-day play. Also there are free yard games--giant Jenga, Connect Four, Battleship, etc.; and hillbilly golf, bocci ball, and others. That being said, you can also spend a lot of money quickly if you don't plan your budget. There are package deals and individual activitiy prices. We hit a bucket of balls at the driving range, played foot golf, did go-karts, hit the batting cages, and spent some time with the yard games. The go-karts were, predictably, his favorite. Everyone on staff was friendly and helpful. I would easily give them five stars if they had a real concession stand. If a pizza or two will meet your needs, you will be fine, but it takes 20 minutes or so. Other than that, they have drinks, chips, and candy. If you are going to need more than that, bring your lunch. They don't mind.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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holly j wrote a review Aug 2016
Mount Vernon, MO39 contributions5 helpful votes
I can only review the batting cage portion of this course, since we didn't partake in the other activities. I had scoured Google, Trip Advisor and Yelp, trying to find batting cages for my son's team to use while in town for a tournament. It was a little out of the way, but only by a few minutes. On the way in, we saw the 9 hole course on the left and the mini course on the right. Nothing fancy, but full of golfers. I doubt they'd have been that busy on a Friday morning if they weren't up to par...See what I did there?). Anyway, we went into the pro shop to purchase tokens for the cages and took a brief look around. They served cold drinks and some snacks and had a variety of golf goods for sale. The price for cage was reasonable. I can't remember the exact price, but our boys hit so many balls that they had blistered hands. I want to say 30-50 pitches each. There were several cages of varying speeds. Starting with 45mph and increasing by 10mph each cage. I think the max was 85mph. There were softball cages as well. Great find for us!
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Sandra H wrote a review Apr 2016
Harrison, Arkansas17 contributions5 helpful votes
Took our grandchildren for a fun time of mini golf, go-karts, and batting cage. The go-karts did not open until noon, so we started with mini golf. Did not see the course before playing. Carpet is torn in several places; nasty water full of leaves and sticks in the water hazards; sticks on the course. Were disappointed with the maintenance. Will not bother to return here. However, that being said, the holes are Par 4 and with proper maintenance would be a fun challenge for those competitive mini golf fans. Asked the go-kart attendant about the tracks. They had just been re-paved and a fence constructed. The area looked well-kept. After the golf disappointment was not sure the karts were any better maintained. We did not use this activity and left. Did not see the batting cages but seemed to be quite busy.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Linda B wrote a review Sep 2015
Chariton73 contributions11 helpful votes
What to do with one golfer and three non golfers? Play mini putt was our answer. What fun. Just wish the water features had been on.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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Gordyjr wrote a review Aug 2015
Columbia, Missouri196 contributions25 helpful votes
They have a fairly fun par 3 course that it very walkable. It's a great time to drink and play with a few friends. The greens are in awful shape though so makes putting difficult-
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Date of experience: August 2015
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