Beth Page Mini Golf – Long Island, NY


Played on May 29, 2013

Reviewed by Mr. Tee

Over the river (Hudson) and through the woods (NYC) to (The Pink Putter’s) grandmother’s house we go. Travels and a wedding took us from the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania to Long Island for a day trip. Our earlier attempt to play at Jones Beach was thwarted so we were hungry to sneak in a round of mini golf in between a long day of driving. After helping the Pink Putter’s grandmother set up her new seltzer (seltsa) maker, we were pointed to the Beth Page mini golf course. First time on Long Island for myself and what better way to take in the local flavor than in a game of mini golf.


Sandtrap – I kept going back and forth with my rating and eventually this course landed slightly below par. It came down to vibe and maintenance for me. The play wasn’t particularly bad but there were all sorts of elements that seemed shabby or not well considered. For starters, the putter grips were the stickiest and grossest we’ve encountered. As you’ll see in the pictures below, there were lots of things broken, in rough shape or just not fully functional that affected the play and experience. It’s easily a par course with a few minor repairs but is missing the elements and atmosphere to make it a next level experience.

View from the lot
The Pink Putter loves all of the colorful putter options
Windmill, lighthouse and fiberglass cow
Pink Putter posing on the ye olde mill
Decapitated horse near the mill
Basic dogleg left with a few bumps on the way
Mr. Tee at lucky number 13
Note the garden hose and lack of water in the fountain
Pinball-like hole near the batting cage
Non-functioning obstacle giving frustrations to Mr. Tee
Mr. Tee not a fan of the Yankees jersey on the cow

Additional signage out by the road


Windmills and moving obstacles
Locally flavor (cow in Yankees jersey even if I don’t care for the Yankees)


Cups at each hole were abnormally large
Poor upkeep
Some holes didn’t function properly

Beth Page Mini Golf / Batter Up Batting Range Website

Nerdy Notes:

  • 18 holes. Par – Not Available
  • 6 stroke limit
  • Rubber covered putters
  • $7 per round. Ground discounts available and check website for special discounts on particular days of the week.

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