Twin Falls Mini-Golf Course Reopens After Fire

Last year, a fire broke out at Putters Mini Golf in Twin Falls. The club house was destroyed and they had to close. Normally the mini golf course is at least partially open at this time of year depending on the weather. Now they will hold a ribbon cutting to celebrate their new clubhouse and reopening.

Mini Golf Ribbon Cutter Putters

The inauguration of the new pavilion will take place on Friday, May 20 at noon. This will be the official start to their season and we couldn’t be more excited for them. From noon to 2 p.m. on Fridays, you can get half a ride to celebrate. Then they will continue to be open for the season.

Season & Pass Mini Golf Putters

Prices will remain the same for the season. Children under 2 years old are free. Children 3-8 years old are $6 per ride and everyone over 9 is $9 per ride. They also offer military discounts with proof of ID.

Putter Mini-Golf / Facebook

Putter Mini-Golf / Facebook

Everything you need to know about putters

The mini-golf course is inspired by the landscapes around the Magic Valley, from Balanced Rock to Evel Knievel’s jump site. Yes, you actually hit a ball through a canyon for one of the holes. They also have Hawaiian shaved ice with all kinds of different flavors. It is an ideal place to organize a birthday party or any other event. Each package they offer includes a variety of different equipment. Just a friendly reminder that outside food and drink is not permitted unless you bring a birthday cake. Then you can definitely bring it.

Always follow them for upcoming events

Putters Mini Golf hosts a variety of events each year. Like the ribbon cutting for the new clubhouse, they also have events with Koto Brewing in the past where you can drink beer and play a round of golf. They tend to have specials for summer and holiday weekends. All in all a great place to have a good time.

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