CHICAGO (CBS) — Putt your way through Chicago’s landmarks at Maggie Daley Park’s miniature golf course.
City Mini Golf in Maggie Daley Park reopened Friday, May 12 for the 2017 season and has some unique obstacles and new challenging holes in store for guests.
For just $11 per round, the 18-hole miniature golf course, not only allows you to see some of the best views of the skyline, but golfers are able to putt their way through miniature replicas of the skyline and some of the city’s iconic landmarks.
The course is ever-changing and this year features a 7-foot tall putt under replica of the Willis Tower, a 6-foot tall replica of the Picasso sculpture located in Daley Plaza, and even a basketball hoop obstacle.
“Chances are that from one season to the next, or even one month to the next, the course will be different than when you played the previous time so come play early and often during the May – October mini golf season,” the City Mini Golf website reads.
City Mini Golf is open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., weather permitting, from May through October. Tickets are $11 per person. Discounted tickets are available for active duty military, educators, and seniors are available for $9. Additional rounds of play are also discounted at $9. City Mini Golf also offers season passes for $65.
On top of the landmark holes, the course features a few holes highlighting Chicago’s professional sports teams.
Like the Chicago Bulls…
And who knows, you might even run into an ex-Chicago Bull
Or the Chicago Bears….
Or the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs…
City Mini Gold is located on the south end of the BP Bridge. The last group will be let in 10 minutes before the course closes.