Played on April 22, 2016
Reviewed by the Pink Putter
This past April, I went back home to the East Coast to celebrate Passover with my family. Before heading to my Grandma’s place on Long Island, I stayed with my dad in Easton, PA. With a quiet Friday evening ahead of us, my dad and I decided to go check out the new indoor addition to Two T’s, just down the road from his house. Luckily for us, we seemed to arrive at the tail end of some birthday parties, so there were many kids running around the arcade but the course itself was rather quiet.
Birdie – While I’m generally not the biggest fan of indoor, black-light courses, I can’t deny that this one was executed exceptionally well. The course had an overall theme of evolution, starting players in the Ice Age, bringing them through a world of Greek and Roman mythology, into the Jurassic period a through a giant volcano, crossing the rainforest and ending at Mayan Civilization. For 18 holes, it really is quite a journey complete with meticulous wall painting, well themed obstacles and playing areas and audio effects. The long hallways and labyrinth-like layout confuse your sense of direction and space, which I found to be helpful in further immersing me in this prehistoric world. At a cost of $7 per player, I would definitely say this course is worth a visit. And for those who aren’t interested in playing, you have the option to pay $4 just to walk through and experience the space.
Fantastic theming with well-painted scenery and audio effects
Fun game play that uniquely incorporates themed obstacles
Indoor carpet makes for challenging putting surface
Some redundant game play such as long, flat hallways
- 18 holes, par 42
- $7 for players, $4 for walk throughs
- Rubber-covered putters
- Plastic flags in holes
- Arcade, laser tag, outdoor mini golf, driving range and ice cream on site
- Novelty balls available for purchase, $3 each
- Final hole collects balls with chance to win free game