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“Needs a wee bit of TLC”
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Adventure Golf
Reviewed 28 May 2014

We have been going to Adventure Golf for many years. One of our daughter's favorite spots to have family fun. On our most recent visit, the course needed some TLC. The price is good. Courses are challenging. Fun family time.

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Reviewed 27 May 2014

2-18 hole courses. Lots of rotted wood on steps. Carpets very worn in many places. Wooden fences falling over. Water needs to be cleaned as it's a weird yellow, Surprised the town officials allow it remain open as there are so many dangerous places for a person, especially children to get hurt. Could be nice but I would not return until it is repaired.

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Reviewed 16 September 2013

Adventure Golf in Centerville has two 18 hole courses. For $10 per person you can play both. ($7 if you only want to play one). It was probabaly a first class family adverture when it first opened. Unfortunately, it appears that the owners/management failed to invest in annual maintenance. Now this place is in need of serious updates/repairs.

At one time this place was probably a top notch family fun experience. Adventure Golf has potential to be one of the best miniture (putt-putt) courses in the area. It has awesome water feature, a nice lake stocked with fish that literally climb over each other in order to get a morsal of food that you throw in the lake. Unfortunately, the courses are in pretty bad shape. The green (carpet) is coming up on many. The wood baracade is damaged on others. The wooden steps that take you up and over the courses is falling apart.

We went late in the summer evening to avoid the heat. As the sun went down, the lights came on. The problem is that the lights don't reach all holes. Many holes (and even the walkway to get to them) are completely in the dark. Not only is this a safety hazard, but it takes the enjoyment out of playing when you can't see what you're doing.

As of right now, I wouldn't recommend this course. If updates are made, then I would highly recommend it.

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