This place is depressing. The putt-putt course is pretty horrible. I went with my husband and 8-year-old stepson. The "challenges" are two blocks of wood nailed together. Pretty lame if you've ever been to a real putt-putt course. If you want an arcade, you're better off going to Chucky Cheese a block away. The bumper cars were the only highlight, but it wasn't much of a course. All in all, I wouldn't waste my money. Go to Nashville for a real putt-putt course.
The arcade part has been replaced with B.A. Wolfe Motorsports (a very nice used motorcycle store with low prices), but the golf, gocarts, and batting cages are still there and will be open when Spring arrives. Putterz (putt-putt) is a fave for my two boys, and they have even enjoyed looking at the motorcycles and go-carts in the showroom.
The atmosphere was fine but the help wasnt the greatest, they were kinda rude and impolite. There are no bumper boats, which was a big disappointment for the kids that I took there. The putt-putt course is old and run down. If you go on Saturdays in the summer then you get a bunch of stuff free.. 30 tokens for the game room, pizza, a ride on the go-karts and unlimited putt-putt plays for $8.00.. if we did not go on a Saturday then the prize would have been outrageous. But, the kids had fun and that was all that mattered.
They've really done a good job with the place this year. They've repainted a lot of stuff and the new birthday party room looks really good now. The new go-karts are really cool and my boys had a blast on them! The greens still need some work and the arcade needs new machines but overall a really great time for the money.
The putt putt holes are not very exciting at all. The only difference between each hole is small hills in the green and the layout of the wood around the green. We have been to much better putt putt areas. It got dark on us and my friend had to go ask them to turn on the lights. It seemed pretty busy with families with small kids and some teens there just to hang out. All of the kids there seemed to enjoy it, but the adults, us included, were a bit bored.
One of my friends did ride the go-carts and enjoyed himself, but some of the carts had sparks coming out of them while the teens in charge of the area were too busy sending text messages to notice.
The only nice thing was that it was only a dollar extra to do both golf courses and you can come back later to play the other course. So you do not have to play them both in the same night.
this is the worst putt putt place i have ever been to. don't waste your time or money. the "grass" is ragged and filthy. the lanes or whatever you call them are really short- maybe good for children but the price to play is not worth it.
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