Date played: 5/26/19
Weather Conditions: Clear and warm
Played with: Nancy (aka Mom)
Course Par: 43
Final Score: Me – 53, Mom – 66
|Overall:||(5.0 / 5)|
|Putting Surface:||(5.0 / 5)|
|Ice Cream:||(0.0 / 5)|
|Handicap Accessible:||(0.0 / 5)|
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I grew up in Hopkinton, MA and spent a couple years living with my grandparents in Framingham, MA (which is the next town over from Natick) and I never knew this mini golf course was there!
It turns out, Golf on the Village Green has been there a long, long time. My Uncle, who’s retired, used to play there when he was in high school.
That being said, this course is in amazing condition! Every whole is a great putting surface and fun. As you’ll see from the pictures the greens are in great condition for a course of any age, not just one that’s bordering on iconic.
Also, I completely loved the theme! Most modern day mini-golf courses are pirate and waterfalls. Golf on the Village Green is Colonial America! (Making it even more appropriate that we played on Memorial Day.)
Super cute! Several the holes also have lights and/or sounds adding to the ambiance. For example, number 6 “Faneuil Hall” lights up and hole 8 “On the Lookout” plays tavern music and sounds.
By a stroke (literally) of luck, I even scored a hole in one! Hole 4 “Strike it Rich” isn’t one that seems like an obvious single putter, but somehow, I did it!
Nurmi loved this course too! He said, “this is so unique! And a lot of fun.”
Pro tip: As far as I can tell, they don’t serve ice cream, BUT they do have several holes with “bonuses” where if you get a hole in one on that hole, you can subtract 2 strokes from your score. And if you get hole in one on the final hole, you win a free round or freebies for their other activities.
Overall, it’s a definite win! If you have the chance to play here, take it!