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Mulligan's Minigolf

Guest Author - Brenda Potter Reynolds

Mulligan's Minigolf is located on Route 12 South in Sterling MA (Take exit 6 of Route 190). Map This miniature golf course is brand new - just opened the summer of 2002. Anyway, the prices reflect the newness of the course. We paid $7 per adult and $5 per child which we found a little high. However, you are given a frequent player card where if you play five games, you get the sixth one free.

When we went to pay for our game there was a gentleman at the counter ahead of us. The woman at the counter held a personal conversation with the gentleman for about ten minutes before she waited on us.

The course is very clean and appealing to the eye. One thing I spotted right away was there weren't any fun obstacles like windmills and such. Okay, there were a ton of water traps that you really wanted to stay away from. If you landed in the water you had to fish your ball out with one of the nets provided. There were also bumps and rocks to avoid, but none of the really interesting things I'd seen at other courses. Oh yes, watch out for one of the holes - Hole 10, I believe - it's quite swampy. Yes, that's right the area around the hole is under about 1/4" of water. A major design flaw here.

Now if you've read my other articles I tend to put a positive spin on everything I write. I'm not saying that Mulligan's is a bad mini-golf course, but there are certainly better (and less expensive) courses to putt at.

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