Played September 7, 2015
Reviewed by Mr. Tee
As we whittle down the list of courses to play in our home state of Minnesota, we find ourselves in places where mini golf isn’t always the main attraction. Much like Grand Rounds in Minneapolis, Captain’s Course is part of a larger public city pool. We decided to finally check this 9 hole course off our list as the Summer of 2015 came to a close.
Par – August and September of 2015 found us playing a number of courses built by the Harris Miniature golf company. Like other courses built by Harris, it’s a solid green turf course outlined by red clay bricks with a few natural rock and wood based obstacles. The design of play is solid but no frills on the theming. Half of the course included a waterway that flowed out of a large waterfall that came in to play on the last few holes which is always nice. At $2 for one round or $4 for unlimited play, it’s an affordable option to add on to a day the pool. A middle of the road par.
Connected to a larger waterpark
Well maintained and in good shape
Waterfall / waterway throughout 2nd half of the course
No frills on the theming
Few obstacles and no change in elevations
Not much variety of play
Only 9 holes
- 9 holes. Par 19
- $2 for one round or $4 for unlimited play for the day. Unlimited golf for pool season pass holders
- Flags in all of the holes. Okay selection of balls and putters.
- Food available on site.
- Connected to larger Cascade Bay public pool.
- Built by Harris Miniature Golf Company.