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Par-King Skill Golf, Lincolnshire

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We arrived at this mini golf place before it even opened. We went with my 80 year old grandmother who had come from Brazil to be with us. As soon as we got there we could see a worker at the entrance....  more »
  • Par King always a lot of fun, been coming here for years! Very fun course, my son got a hole in 1 on 18 and was given a free game token, very nice surprise. Will be back :)  more »
  • I remember when miniature golf was all the rage in the 1950s, when it was more popular than bowling and bingo. Par-King Skill Golf was one of them. Opened in 1955 in Morton Grove, it was moved to its ...  more »
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  • This place was nothing short of amazing! Coolest mini golf place ever! Staff was amazing! Definitely have to come back!--Regarding the height requirement I appreciate it. By the time they are tall enough to go I feel they can appreciate it more and not be climbing on things and causing distractions/distribution to other players with all that pent up energy of being so young/little. It will give them something to look forward to as they get older. I've gone to other places where little ones runs on my course..disrupt my game..stay on their hole climbing on things not allowing me to play. As they get older they will appreciate how cool this place really is. Keep up the great work guys.
  • I thought the course was neat in a retro sort of way, but rather small. What I was most disappointed with was the customer service. They expect a really fast speed of play and are not bashful about letting groups know that they need to play faster, which really dampens the enjoyment, particularly for a family playing together. Our group was asked to play "with more urgency" even though we weren't screwing around or being exceptionally pokey... we just had a couple of customers that just weren't very good and were getting several 5s and 6s. I just felt it was in very poor taste. When I discussed with the manager afterwards, he defended his decision to send his high-school aged staff member out to confront us, and made no apology for it. We won't be returning. It's pretty clear that they want an adult crowd only. You will likely glean that from the other reviews in which people either hate the height requirement since they can't bring their younger kids, or love it because of that very same reason - they just don't want to have kids around them while they focus on their mini-golf game apparently. But even if you have teens, I would definitely not recommend this place either. I just don't feel that they are welcome.
  • Well maintained course. Not much topography, more of a traditional flat obstacle type. Some gimmicks and challenges, but fairly straightforward, good for younger kids and groups of mixed ability.
  • Used to love this place, until I went with my 6 year old last summer (they were empty by the way) and they refused us entry due to her height. I was more than perplexed, no one was there and I was willing to pay 2 full price admissions for mini golf...
  • Place was great. Everything I thought it would be after a cursory look at the website, which apparently a lot of one-star reviewers failed to do. It's not for people under a certain height. Go somewhere else? Lot's of options available.