Whether you’re looking for a fun date night spot or a way to spend the afternoon with the kids, mini golf is forever a classic — and Dallas does it big. From outdoor spots to more modern indoor courses (with a boozy bent), these are the best places for a game of putt putt in the city.
Over at Grandscape in The Colony, this new indoor mini-golf course offers a modern twist on the classic date-night sport. At 20,700 square feet, the space is huge and includes four nine-hole courses over two floors (themed Rooftop, Lodge, Library, and Illusion Courses). An adults-only spot, players must be 21 and older, as there are three bars, an outdoor terrace, and lounges in the space. Much more high-tech than the average turf course, Puttery is actually one of pro-golfer Rory McIlroy’s investments. It’s a destination spot for those looking for a whole new mini-golf experience just outside of Dallas.
Located in West Dallas, this new indoor mini-golf course and bar opened in 2020. The spot offers 12 holes of mini-golf and a full bar menu featuring signature cocktails. This isn’t your ordinary mini-golf course though — each hole is unique and includes obstacles like traffic cones and ball pits. Carry around your drink while you play, and then hangout at the bar or outdoor patio and enjoy bites after.
In addition to its high-tech driving ranges, Topgolf Dallas also offers one of the biggest mini-golf courses in the area. The 54-hole (three 18-hole courses) putt putt course is available for anyone to play. Kids up to 17 cost $6.50 and adults cost $9. The course includes the classics including a waterfall, tunnels, and bridges. You can also grab food or drinks at the restaurant before or after you play.
A Dallas mini-golf classic, Adventure Landing offers three themed mini-golf courses for all ages. There are fun zoo animals, a waterfall, and caves to explore while you play 18 holes. The amusement venue also offers laser tag, go-karts, and an arcade if you’re looking for more to do after your round.