How To Build A Profitable Miniature Golf Park Business

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Labor Day and Memorial Day are among the most popular weekends of the year for the nation’s mini-golf courses. But in an increasingly tough business climate for old-school mini-golf courses, many may shut their doors. Leaving many local community members distraught at the notion of losing the beloved dinosaur or other legendary iconic on the classes.

Miniature golf as we know it did not start to take shape till the 1950s. In 1954 Don Clayton and his Putt-Putt Golf Corporation. He started a mini-golf course in Fayetteville, North Carolina that highlighted two different innovations: An aluminum barrier encased every hole, and the carpet players putted on was expensive, explicitly designed to endure the conditions.

It seems easy now, but Clayton had only built the only course in town which players can play …