Farmington Miniature Golf & Ice Cream

★★☆☆☆
  • 1048 Farmington Ave

    Farmington, CT 06032

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  • 860-677-0118

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Monday-Sunday Seasonal ; Monday-Sunday 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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This place has the strictest mini golf rules I've ever seen. A maximum of 3 persons per group absolutely no more (guess they've never come across 2 couples out together). I had some of my family from NC come up here to visit over the 4th of July weekend and we decided to make this our last event for one night and boy was that a mistake. We just happened to be the second to the last group admitted and by the first hole we were already being scolded by an employee about not playing as a group of 6 that we needed to split into 2 groups of 3. So we decided to let the last 2 people play first so we could take our time playing and enjoying our family we hadn't seen in some time. I mean who wants to rush the game, the whole fun is watching your friends or family play too. Since we let the last people ahead of us the first employee who scolded us to begin with said we could take our time and play however we wanted to...I didn't think we were bothering anyone especially since we were now the last people playing...but nooo, they were sticklers to the end. The employee was fine with it but about half way throught the course what ended up being the OWNER just popped up out of the wooded area and smugly asked if we were playing two groups, well I lied and said "yes". The owner immediately said "no your not". So I replied, "why does it matter, we are the last people playing and were not holding anyone up or bothering anyoneand besides...the guy up front said it was ok". This is where he turned up his attitude and said "well that guy works for me and I'm the owner and I can see your not playing in two groups like the RULES specifically state". This was not coming from some kid...this was a grown man who supposedly was the owner of the course. He said "you can either play by the rules or I can refund your money". If I had not had my 9 & 11 year old nieces with me I would have dropped my clubs and demanded my money back with a few choice words thrown in. I could not believe how rudely we were treated and it was by the OWNER. I WILL NEVER IN MY LIFE GO BACK THERE AGAIN AND WOULD NOT RECOMMEND IT TO MY WORST ENEMY! And their Ice Cream was nothing but your standard junk you can buy at the store...NOTHING SPECIAL AND OVERPRICED! STAY AWAY AND DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!! AT $8 PER PERSON IT WAS A RIP-OFF!!!

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This place has the strictest mini golf rules I've ever seen. A maximum of 3 persons per group absolutely no more (guess they've never come across 2 couples out together). I had some of my family from NC come up here to visit over the 4th of July weekend and we decided to make this our last event for one night and boy was that a mistake. We just happened to be the second to the last group admitted and by the first hole we were already being scolded by an employee about not playing as a group of 6 that we needed to split into 2 groups of 3. So we decided to let the last 2 people play first so we could take our time playing and enjoying our family we hadn't seen in some time. I mean who wants to rush the game, the whole fun is watching your friends or family play too. Since we let the last people ahead of us the first employee who scolded us to begin with said we could take our time and play however we wanted to...I didn't think we were bothering anyone especially since we were now the last people playing...but nooo, they were sticklers to the end. The employee was fine with it but about half way throught the course what ended up being the OWNER just popped up out of the wooded area and smugly asked if we were playing two groups, well I lied and said "yes". The owner immediately said "no your not". So I replied, "why does it matter, we are the last people playing and were not holding anyone up or bothering anyoneand besides...the guy up front said it was ok". This is where he turned up his attitude and said "well that guy works for me and I'm the owner and I can see your not playing in two groups like the RULES specifically state". This was not coming from some kid...this was a grown man who supposedly was the owner of the course. He said "you can either play by the rules or I can refund your money". If I had not had my 9 & 11 year old nieces with me I would have dropped my clubs and demanded my money back with a few choice words thrown in. I could not believe how rudely we were treated and it was by the OWNER. I WILL NEVER IN MY LIFE GO BACK THERE AGAIN AND WOULD NOT RECOMMEND IT TO MY WORST ENEMY! And their Ice Cream was nothing but your standard junk you can buy at the store...NOTHING SPECIAL AND OVERPRICED! STAY AWAY AND DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!! AT $8 PER PERSON IT WAS A RIP-OFF!!!

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WORST & RUDEST EXPERIENCE I'VE EVER HAD!!!!! STAY AWAY!!!.\nThis place has the strictest mini golf rules I've ever seen. A maximum of 3 persons per group absolutely no more. I had some of my family from NC come up here to visit over the 4th of July weekend and we decided to make this our last event for one night and boy was that a mistake. We just happened to be the second to the last group admitted and by the first hole we were already being scolded by an employee about not playing as a group of 6 that we needed to split into 2 groups of 3. So we decided to let the last 2 people play first so we could take our time playing and enjoying our family we hadn't seen in some time. I mean who wants to rush the game, the whole fun is watching your friends or family play too. Since we let the last people ahead of us the first employee who scolded us to begin with said we could take our time and play however we wanted to...I didn't think we were bothering anyone especially since we were now the last people playing...but nooo, they were sticklers to the end. The employee was fine with it but about half way throught the course what ended up being the OWNER just popped up out of the wooded area and smugly asked if we were playing two groups, well I lied and said ""yes"". The owner immediately said ""no your not"". So I replied, ""why does it matter, we are the last people playing and were not holding anyone up or bothering anyoneand besides...the guy up front said it was ok"". This is where he turned up his attitude and said ""well that guy works for me and I'm the owner and I can see your not playing in two groups like the RULES specifically state"". This was not coming from some kid...this was a grown man who supposedly was the owner of the course. He said ""you can either play by the rules or I can refund your money"". If I had not had my 9 & 11 year old nieces with me I would have dropped my clubs and demanded my money back with a few choice words thrown in. I could not believe how rudely we were treated and it was by the OWNER. I WILL NEVER IN MY LIFE GO BACK THERE AGAIN AND WOULD NOT RECOMMEND IT TO MY WORST ENEMY! And their Ice Cream was nothing but your standard junk you can buy at the store...NOTHING SPECIAL AND OVERPRICED! STAY AWAY AND DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!! AT $8 PER PERSON IT WAS A RIP-OFF!!!

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WORST & RUDEST EXPERIENCE I'VE EVER HAD!!!!! STAY AWAY!!!.\nThis place has the strictest mini golf rules I've ever seen. A maximum of 3 persons per group absolutely no more. I had some of my family from NC come up here to visit over the 4th of July weekend and we decided to make this our last event for one night and boy was that a mistake. We just happened to be the second to the last group admitted and by the first hole we were already being scolded by an employee about not playing as a group of 6 that we needed to split into 2 groups of 3. So we decided to let the last 2 people play first so we could take our time playing and enjoying our family we hadn't seen in some time. I mean who wants to rush the game, the whole fun is watching your friends or family play too. Since we let the last people ahead of us the first employee who scolded us to begin with said we could take our time and play however we wanted to...I didn't think we were bothering anyone especially since we were now the last people playing...but nooo, they were sticklers to the end. The employee was fine with it but about half way throught the course what ended up being the OWNER just popped up out of the wooded area and smugly asked if we were playing two groups, well I lied and said ""yes"". The owner immediately said ""no your not"". So I replied, ""why does it matter, we are the last people playing and were not holding anyone up or bothering anyoneand besides...the guy up front said it was ok"". This is where he turned up his attitude and said ""well that guy works for me and I'm the owner and I can see your not playing in two groups like the RULES specifically state"". This was not coming from some kid...this was a grown man who supposedly was the owner of the course. He said ""you can either play by the rules or I can refund your money"". If I had not had my 9 & 11 year old nieces with me I would have dropped my clubs and demanded my money back with a few choice words thrown in. I could not believe how rudely we were treated and it was by the OWNER. I WILL NEVER IN MY LIFE GO BACK THERE AGAIN AND WOULD NOT RECOMMEND IT TO MY WORST ENEMY! And their Ice Cream was nothing but your standard junk you can buy at the store...NOTHING SPECIAL AND OVERPRICED! STAY AWAY AND DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!! AT $8 PER PERSON IT WAS A RIP-OFF!!!

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Traditional Miniature golf @ it's best. My family had a party there for the great grand kids. It was an opportunity for the great grandparents to see them outside playing. They were able to sit and enjoy ice cream and watch the kids. After, everyone had ice cream too. Perfect family outing

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★★★★☆

Traditional Miniature golf @ it's best. My family had a party there for the great grand kids. It was an opportunity for the great grandparents to see them outside playing. They were able to sit and enjoy ice cream and watch the kids. After, everyone had ice cream too. Perfect family outing

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