The venue held its grand opening earlier this month.
Puttery, an upscale miniature golf experience, recently opened in the Colony, bringing its upscale take on miniature golf to the location.
The venue is located in the Grandscape mixed-used development at 5762 Grandscape Boulevard, Suite 105. The location includes four nine-hole putt-putt courses, private event space and a terrace overlooking Grandscape’s outdoor amphitheater. Puttery has four, nine-hole putt courses, private event space, a terrace overlooking Grandscape’s outdoor amphitheater and several bars and lounges.
No notepads and pens are needed to keep score, all of that is taken care of by automatic, electronic scoreboards located at each hole within the courses. The devices also remember each person’s name.
The price is $18 per person, per round, according to Puttery’s website. Reservations are accepted online.
The four courses on site are themed: Rooftop, lodge, library and illusion. The illusion course features a black and white checkers and swirls and polka dots designed to create a “reality-bending” experience, according to the company’s website.
Puttery’s menu includes fire shrimp, house-cut fries, veggie pot stickers and beef sliders. Pizzas on the menu include spicy Hawaiian, sausage & hot honey, meatball, classic margherita and spicy capicola.
Puttery’s grand opening was held Sept. 3. It is the first of seven golf entertainment venues Topgolf competitor Drive Shack Inc. plans to open across the country this year. The Puttery at The Colony’s Grandscape will be the largest among Drive Shack’s first Puttery locations.
More information is available online.
Staff writer Dom DiFurio contributed to this story.