Laurel Golf Center
Playing 18 holes of putt-putt golf among giant, sword-wielding pirates, extinct dinosaurs and blue waterfalls is so much more thrilling and less time consuming than a round on a regular course where the hazards are harmless trees, ponds and sand. Miniature golf is also significantly less expensive, so skip hauling around your own clubs — that’d just be weird — and bring your family instead. Baltimore’s best mini golf courses promise a great game every time.
Offering the best selections in clubs, accessories and expert advice, these golf shops make for the ideal caddy.
Do you love playing miniature golf? Here are five of the best courses in Maryland.