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Golfland USA
855 E. El Camino Real
Sunnyvale
CA
94087
Tel: 408-245-8434

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Mini Golf at Golfland USA is more than just playing "a round" If golfing is your style, then try one of our two 18 hole miniature golf courses.
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    Had a good time playing both sides of the mini-golf course. You can frequently find 2 for 1 mini-golf coupons on the back of some supermarket receipts. The mini-golf is not average quality, but still a good time. An alternative place to check out instead is the mini-golf at the Santa Cruz Boardwalk.

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    There's 2 rounds you can choose from. And a windmill that's a part of both!
    A lot of the courses are similar, but with the different themes that they are decorated with - either Safari or Western. I played the Safari side. It's very fun-ly decorated. There are hills, water hazards, open-close trap doors, and special ways to get a hole in one on a few of the courses.

    They have clever little pedestals at the end of each course, so you can walk to the end to check out the course, then put the score card on it and mark it up later.

    There's also a...Read More

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    I visited here from the Midwest and loved it. Spent most of my time in the arcade, where they have a selection of pretty much every current and relevant game in the world. There are less than a half dozen of some of the games they have in the entire country. Staff was very friendly and the card system they have for playing games is convenient and works well. Will be sure to visit every time I'm in northern California.

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    Kids liked it alot, and even though it is not a giant castle they were not disappointed.

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    Convenient and fun place for families and kids. We saw all sort of groups, from adults on dates to birthday parties to families. There are two courses (easy and hard) and we tried the "hard". There were some challenging holes, for sure. There was a huge crowd on the day that I went, took us about 2 hours to work through 18 holes. The facilities were clean and seemingly safe, but clear chipped paint and one mechanical obstacle was broken. We used a coupon from Google Offers, which made the visit a good deal. If it's easy to get to, I'd stop by, but...Read More

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by Dianna Chou

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There's 2 rounds you can choose from. And a windmill that's a part of both!
A lot of the courses are similar, but with the different themes that they are decorated with - either Safari or Western. I played the Safari side. It's very fun-ly decorated. There are hills, water hazards, open-close trap doors, and special ways to get a hole in one on a few of the courses.

They have clever little pedestals at the end of each course, so you can walk to the end to check out the course, then put the score card on it and mark it up later.

There's also a special 19th hole that you do to try to get a free game - it looks extremely difficult to get though.

by Seth Ladd

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Convenient and fun place for families and kids. We saw all sort of groups, from adults on dates to birthday parties to families. There are two courses (easy and hard) and we tried the "hard". There were some challenging holes, for sure. There was a huge crowd on the day that I went, took us about 2 hours to work through 18 holes. The facilities were clean and seemingly safe, but clear chipped paint and one mechanical obstacle was broken. We used a coupon from Google Offers, which made the visit a good deal. If it's easy to get to, I'd stop by, but otherwise I wouldn't make an out of the way trip. We did not try the food or the arcade.

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