Visited Fairmount Glen with my family on the evening of 4th of July - there was 6 of us total. It was pretty busy when we arrived - the older guy working the counter was very disinterested in being there, and very rude. We were there solely for a fun time, not for any sort of competition. We were joking about the guy giving us 2 balls of the same color when he quickly sniped at us, we are only allowed to have 4 people in a group as to not hold up play. However there was already a back log on the first hole, a group of 5 playing, and a group of 4 with 2 young kids waiting. We told him we will play with 6 and be quick when he sniped back that if someone complains we will have to break into 2 groups. We tried to reason with him telling him there is already huge wait, and we will play quick when he interrupted me saying rudely, "If someone complains you'll have to break apart".
Luckily for us no one showed up after us, although we had a 2-4 minute wait at every hole because of people in front of us. The course is nice with some old school holes, but eerily similar to the old Reese's Mini Golf in Auburn, NY.
Also, this place is not very ADA compliant. a lot of steps down to the course from the parking lot, most of the steps are crooked and tilted as well. No ramp or access for handicap or people that need assistance walking. Also, the tail end of the course (holes #16-18) aren't very well lit, and its hard to see the holes and the score card.
Would probably come back if someone else was working.
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