Everyone loves a fun and frugal mini golf game. Friends and family of all ages enjoy playful competition.
Here in Arizona, there was a time when outdoor mini golf simply was not a “thing” in the summer. Just too hot.
Now, you can play mini-golf any time of year at popular glow and indoor courses. The outdoor courses are still around too and are perfect for the spring.
Always affordable, players will pay around $10 a game or less. Check each website for specific locations and fees.
Castles ‘N Coasters has been a go-to putt putt location since opening the Golf-n-Stuff portion of their park in 1977. It has four 18-hole outdoor mini-golf courses each with its own mix of obstacles and themes.
Don’t forget, Castles ‘N Coasters has a double-loop roller coaster, a log flume ride, and a two-story arcade.
Glow Putt Mini Golf is an indoor, glow-in-the-dark, miniature golf course. The jungle-safari theme surrounds a challenging 18-hole course that is illuminated with special UV lighting.
Even the golf ball is special as it glows brilliantly each time it passes through one of the many custom-made chargers located throughout the course. The layout is designed to challenge and please all skill levels as golfers make their way through the air-conditioned course.
Inspired by the “Marshwiggle,” a creature identified from local ancient hieroglyphics and paying homage to the sighting of one locally in 1961, this unique outdoor course might be just what the inquiring minded golfer needs.
You can’t beat local lore and great outdoor mini golfing.
Located in Chandler, with easy access from major freeways. Bring the whole family to this ultimate black light, glow-in-the-dark indoor mini-golf experience. Also featuring an arcade with awesome video games and pinball machines.
The inspiration for this indoor course came from the mind of the owner’s child. Customers see pirates, aliens, and an undersea world among the walls and walkways of Image 3D.
With locations in Gilbert and Scottsdale, in the owner’s own words: “It caters to little boys and to little girls. It’s something you can do year-round and somebody any age can do.”
Mini golf, goofy golf—no matter what you call it, you’ll want to try one of Golfland’s three outdoor 18-hole mini golf courses open all year long. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
Search for the chalice on King Arthur’s Quest. Look for knights or damsels on the Princess Path. Hunt for lost gold on the Lost Dutchman. The adventure never ends.
New tech-infused indoor mini golf, perfect for family outings and parties in a vibrant space. Live DJs on the weekends. Gourmet restaurant and bar are on site. Players will pay a bit more, $14 a game and $9 a game for 12 and under.
While visitors have called Puttshack, Scottsdale an upscale experience in mini-golf, there is a weekly special. Your 2nd game is 50% off during the weekday, Mon – Fri, 11 am to 4 p.m. Discount automatically applied at checkout. Not applicable for groups larger than 12.
Please note: Guests must be 21+ to enter Puttshack after 8 pm.
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