This 18-hole mini-golf place is interesting. Colorful, with a lot of different characters and scenes. A common theme is lacking. The arcade is a garage converted into a game room, which is fine, everything seemed to work. The general neighborhood is a little dodgy. The facility itself is immaculate and carefully restored. It is a colorful spot in an otherwise pretty industrial looking area near the bridge. The only problem was I couldn't figure out why there were never any people playing golf. We must have driven by a dozen times and never saw anyone playing. We were on site for maybe two hours and aside from two other people - not a soul.
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