Golf balls zip down adorable greens on a family-friendly mini-golf course
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- This 18-hole course keeps players on their toes with challenging features such as raging rivers, loop-de-loops, fountains, and tricky pipe shots.
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About Mr. Putty's Fun Park
According to legend, Mr. Putty's Fun Park was born when one Mr. Lionel Westley Putt hopped on his golf cart and left his North Pole birthplace of Putt-a-zerus (that's Latin for "Putt-Putt Paradise"). He was headed for the sunnier land of Tega Cay in the hopes establishing the ultimate family-entertainment experience. And if that legend is true, Mr. Putty's Fun Park proves Lionel Westley to be the best North Pole export since Santa Claus when it comes to spreading unbridled joy. Much more than a mini-golf course (but a mighty course it is), this fun park is packed with wall-to-wall excitement for ages 3 through 103. Here are just a few of the highlights:
- Mini Golf: This 18-hole championship course—the crown jewel of Mr. Putty's universe—keeps players on their toes with challenging features such as raging rivers, loop-de-loops, fountains, and tricky pipe shots.
- Ultimate Bungee: Jump, flip, and ignore the laws of gravity by utilizing the latest in bungee technology.
- Challenge Zone: This zone features five different activities where guests compete against friends, family, or other players for athletic domination. One such challenge is AeroBall, a 2 to 4 player game that’s not quite volleyball, not quite basketball, but a whole lot of fun.
- Shoot-N-Shower: It's just like a regular game of one-on-one or two-on-two basketball . . . except for the part where the loser gets showered in water.
- Ariel Ropes Course: Aerial Ropes Course is a blast for all ability levels. After participants are fitted with their harnesses, they are free to navigate the course on their own!.
- A zip-line: Once you have Tackled the 6 Element Aerial Ropes Course your Prize for finishing is a 200' Zipline Across the entire Fun Park
- Timber Climb Pole: Rock Climbing on Timber Poles. 3 Challenging Heights, 35, 45, or an amazingly high 55 feet up, which one will you conquer?