As a child I always remember going to play miniature golf with my family and how much fun we all had. Everything from being outside, being together and of course getting a little friendly competition added to the adventure. The great thing about miniature golf is the fact that any person of any age can have a blast doing it and be with friends and/or family. Miniature golf in San Diego has a few options but I decided to take my adventure to Boomers in San Diego. http://goo.gl/maps/9ujAh
Miniature Golf – Boomers
Boomers is located conveniently right off the 805 freeway and offers a variety of activities to all visitors. Miniature golf was the activity of my choosing and offers two (2) different eighteen (18) hole courses that guests can choose from. Storybook Land is designed more for kids and families while Western Land is supposedly designed more for adults (a little more difficult than the other). My friend Brandon and I decided that we would play Western Land.
Miniature Golf – Western Land (Boomers)
Miniature golf at Boomers is similar to other places I have been as they supply the putter and golf ball. Most of the holes have a simple design but either have elevated cups or objects in front of cups. But most importantly you will have to get used to banking your golf ball off the concrete sidings as 90-degree corners add to the adventure and challenge.
Miniature Golf – Scorecard
Speed of play was fairly quick even though there were quite a few people out playing. Brandon and I tallied the scores afterwards and I came out victorious. The good news was that we both got a hole-in-one, which always makes miniature golf more exciting.
I had a nice time at Boomers playing miniature golf but did not experience any other activities that they offer like: arcade games, bumper boats, go karts and batting cages. The miniature golf at Boomers was certainly what drew me to their location and I would recommend friends and/or families to try out any of the Boomers locations in San Diego for miniature golf. Western Land was a fun course although the last hole swallowed my golf ball so I could not score it. There is a sign that says the golf ball will stay in the house but it should end in the cup so a score can be finalized. Just a thought for the staff at Boomers.