My husband loves to play mini golf so, naturally, we have tried just about every course in Gatlinburg. This indoor "greenway" is good for rainy days, and it sends you on a side quest while playing putt putt. There is a small prize at the end for those who fulfill the mini mission. It's not the best course, but it does serve its purpose in being slightly entertaining.
I really enjoyed playing Miniature Golf with Treasure Quest Minature Golf in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
Me and my brother played, and we both loved it! The only problem was that we both didn't know how to keep score, and the line was kinda long while waiting to hit the golf ball.
Also, if you miss the hole, and it goes off track, they never get mad at you, just as long as you go after it...Hehe!
Also, it has a lot of holes to play, so you never get bored!
I would recommend this Miniature Golf Game to Adults with Childern and Teenagers!
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