First and foremost, if you've been putting off visiting due to the heat, know that while it does warm up, they are open starting at 9 a.m., and there is a ton of foliage providing shade even on those hot summer mornings. We arrived around 10 a.m., and managed to stay for about two hours when you count our snow cone break before we were too hot to hang. Not too bad at all, considering it is mid-August!
One of the most awesome things about the course - other than the fact that it is BYOB (!!) - is all the fantastic themed decor. From the pirate at the entrance, to the Peter Pan and Tinkerbell holes, and the other awesomely painted holes (check out the portly pig and the dynamic dinosaur!), your child is sure to be visually entertained, even if their golf skills are a bit lacking. Poor Ava didn't stand a chance, seeing as how I was attempting to demonstrate how to swing a golf club (it was her first time using one!) while wearing Jackson and he kept moving his head trying to see what I was doing and blocking my view. I'm pretty sure I said, "Well that's an example of what NOT to do..." multiple times, while fishing golf balls out of the bushes...oops.
Check out our fun morning putt putt golfing: