There are a few Milton mini putt courses in and around the area for year-round fun.
Miniature golf is a great way to practice your putting game while having a blast at any age. The kids love it and adults never seem to grow tired of putting through obstacles, improving their putting technique and perhaps making a few friendly bets over a round with good friends.
Mini golf courses in Milton can be awesome for a first date, birthday parties for the wee ones or having a good time with good friends. Indoor miniature golf facilities can also be an nice way to escape the cold, cure those off-season blues and practice a bit before spring begins and the courses reopen. Milton is home to a few miniature golf courses, with lots of other great spots within short travel distance in business year-round.
There are some Milton outdoor mini putt courses open during the summer months, including one nine-hole miniature golf course at the Milton Mall. Mini golf can vary from the crazily-themed and obstacle-riddled to more simplistic designs intended to offer a fun learning experience that golfers may actually face on the greens.
Unfortunately, outdoor mini golf courses in Milton and surrounding area are usually only open while the same courses you can’t play during the winter are open. Thankfully, there are some Milton indoor mini putt locations nearby so you can play no matter how crummy the weather is outside.
We know all about winter golf withdrawal far too well. Thankfully indoor miniature golf near Milton can be a sweet cure, even if it isn’t quite the same as spending a sunny afternoon on the links. But they’re open year round and always a good time.
Located in Guelph, Gophers Glow in the Dark Mini Golf is fully-enclosed and offers year-round golfing – even if it is in the dark. Not far from Milton, the glow in the dark mini putt facility is always a good time, perfect for taking the family and booking birthday parties. But for serious golfers, it can also be a way to escape the cold and play some golf while the courses are closed. Oh, and it’s open pretty late on weeknights and even later on weekends if you’re looking to avoid the younger crowd.
You’ll find lots of other places to play miniature golf near Milton including Guelph, Cambridge, Oakville and Burlington. If you’re looking for winter practice, you’re also not far from Golf Dome Mississauga – one of the top indoor golf facilities in the GTA.