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- 98%Family Travelers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (5)
- Golfland USAMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesWellness+ 2Nov 14, 2013
The best mini-golf course near Stanford Campus; I went several times as a student! Very fun and they have some of the hardest, best designed holes i've ever played. They have a skiball hole and a giant ant home to name a few with out giving them all away.
- Golfland USAAug 11, 2012
A great minigolf/arcade place, Golfland was a really fun place to go with friends or on a date. There were 2 minigolf courses, one "easy" and one "hard". We chose the hard because we thought we were badasses but in hindsight, I think I would have preferred the "easy" course. It looked more colorful and elaborate with it's mini castles and pagodas and mine shafts.
They also have a pretty fun arcade here with basically all the classic shoot-em-ups, driving games, and a good amount of games I have never seen before. If you pay an extra $10 with your minigolf purchase, you can get 60 credits to play on the games and the games were typically 2-4 credits each.
- Golfland USAJul 05, 2012
This mini golf has two main "courses" with 18 stations/holes each, both of which are fun for all ages. Had kids ages 4-10 enjoy it in several different times. Can become crowded on weekends and holidays, in which case you sometimes need to wait for the people ahead of you to finish the next hole
- Golfland USAMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5First to ReviewJul 05, 2012
I have to say, I do enjoy a round of mini golf. It had been years since I'd been here, or any miniature golf course for that matter. So it was a like a little stroll down memory lane for me, as this is the Golfland I had grown up playing at. I'd forgotten how much fun it can be. And what a cheap way to spend an hour or two.
On Monday nights, they have a $4.50/person/round. And from 3-7pm Monday-Friday, you can have unlimited play for $10. I think it's typically $9/round (which is still cheaper than going to the movies), but you can also purchase discounted tix online.
The courses are designed to be fairly simple, but there are definitely a few holes that are more challenging than the rest. The side with the Survivor theme looked pretty cool, though we didn't play that one as there were a lot of kids' groups playing on it.
Will be back the next time I feel like whacking a ball.