Played October 13, 2015
Reviewed by Mr. Tee
Our short and sweet visit to Indianapolis last Fall for a presentation on our work at the Indianapolis Museum of Art meant an opportunity to dive into new courses. We played Otte Mini Golf right after we landed and immediately followed that game with a round at Great Times. The sun was still out and it was a beautiful fall day. We like to have a good time, so how could we pass it up!
Par – This is a solid green turf and red brick landscaped course. By no means is that a criticism. The course offered a good variety of challenges to reach the cup and we definitely didn’t get close to the course par. In fact, I didn’t tally up our scores until doing this review but needless to say, it wasn’t our best outing. The course seems like an ideal spot for holding tournaments and presented enough challenges to inspire repeated visits. The tiki theme was nice, but was used too sparingly for my own tastes. While we prefer the design aesthetic of the go-kart area (see the last photo below), this was a solid course.
Well maintained greens
Challenging play and game design
Rustic tiki theme
Design not incorporated into play areas
No major “wow” factor
- Two Courses: 18 holes each. Red Course – Par 39, Blue Course – Par 40
- Rubber covered putters.
- Adults – $5.5 each – Child (4-12) – $4 each – Ages 3 & Under – FREE. Other discounts available via passes.
- Other attractions include go-karts, bumper boats, kiddie carts, soft play and an arcade