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Minature Golf, 10014 Two Notch Road: 1980s   2 comments

Posted at 12:55 am in business,entertainment,historic

When I posted on Hola Mexico a few days ago, commenter Ken noted that before being a restaurant, the place had been a minature golf establishment.

I don't remember that at all, but sure enough, behind the restaurant you can still see the concrete remnants of the greens. Judging from the playset over to the right which seems better maintained than the rest, I'm guessing that perhaps the course property is now used by the Christian school which shares the strip with the old Hola and the Jamacian restaurant. If so, it's kind of a shame the old greens are gone. It would be really cool to be able to say "My school's playground is a Putt-Putt course!" (And it would be extra super cool if it was one of the ones with the windmills and dinosaurs..)

(Hat tip to commenter Ken).

Written by ted on March 30th, 2010

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  1. This was an interesting mini-golf place. They made a point of calling it "miniature golf" and not putt-putt. They didn't have windmills and dinosaurs, but instead had par 5 holes with sandtraps and real water hazards.

    Ken

    30 Mar 10 at 7:04 am

  2. Yeah, "Putt Putt" is a trademark, but I decided a little kid woudn't know that :-)

    ted

    30 Mar 10 at 10:02 am

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