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flower910 wrote a review Jul 2019
Williamsville, New York142 contributions71 helpful votes
My family and I were looking for a new place to play mintier golf that was NOT Adventure Lansing. Broadway mini golf has a well maintained and landscapes course that is challenging and fun!
Date of experience: July 2019
2 Helpful votes
LLBean2 wrote a review Aug 2018
Akron, New York27 contributions10 helpful votes
We had a lot of fun at the miniature golf course. Mini golf was $7 per person and only $2.50 to do a repeat second round. There is also a driving range and clubs available for the driving range.
Date of experience: August 2018
dands238 wrote a review May 2018
Batavia, New York156 contributions28 helpful votes
Fun, well-maintained mini golf course. Price was reasonable. Ice cream stand next door is convenient for family outing.
Date of experience: May 2018
Dave G wrote a review Aug 2016
Las Vegas, Nevada63 contributions21 helpful votes
The grounds were well kept , it was fairly cheap, you can also walk next door and get ice cream after or hit the driving range for another option, they offer mini golf under the lights at night and a kids outdoor movie night, pleasant staff and we will return.
Date of experience: August 2016
trvlbug72 wrote a review Jul 2015
Hamilton, Canada170 contributions72 helpful votes
The kids and I love this place! It's a great 18 hole mini-golf course with a practice green and several water hazards that are fun to avoid or land in - the kids love to fish their balls out of the water! The holes are fun, the price is right and there is a 5 shot per hole maximum which is helpful because some days, our skills just aren't great. Each person picks a ball colour for easy tracking and they have quite a variety of putter sizes as well. It's a nice size course, well laid out and with different challenge, but no holes are too difficult. It's got a little shade, but most of the course is in the sun, so during the day, sunscreen is needed. There is a discount to play a second round on the same day - we haven't taken advantage of this option, largely because there are no proper washrooms at this golf course, only a porta-potty and the kids would rather just leave than have to use it (not that I disagree). There is a driving range here as well which we have not used, but is always busy and the posted rates for buckets of balls are good. The staff is very friendly (usually the same older gentleman who is so kind and just so sweet) and always nice to us. There is also an ice cream shop at the far end of the parking lot for a sweet cool treat when your golf is done.…
Date of experience: June 2015