Indoor Miniature Golf Courses
Indoor miniature golf courses is the best way to extend the season and that there is a strong demand for indoor miniature golf during the winter season.
People ussually equate miniature golf with the end of the indoor “cabin fever” season. They want to play outdoors. Even in the very warm states, where daytime play is often very uncomfortable, outdoor miniature golf has reigned supreme. People will still play miniature golf after the sun goes down, and the temperatures are high.
We’ve found, however, that indoor miniature golf can sustain itself in facilities that do a volume birthday party business. Under this format, the miniature golf play is part of the package. These courses are targeted toward younger players and therefore can be constructed more economically and on a more limited floor space. As younger children do not have a preconceived concept that mini- golf should be 18 holes, the use of nine hole configurations permits less space to be used, coupled with lower costs
The new black light courses being introduced, offer the possibility of expanding the indoor market. This is partly due to the novelty of the approach.