A 32-year-old Dayton-area attraction has made a triumphant comeback.
Your Adventure Golf — a miniature course at 615 Miamisburg Centerville Road, Washington Twp., Montgomery County — reopened under new ownership in May.
Now owned by wife and husband team Megan Lee and Earl Hatmaker, the course has been recently renovated.
After a successful reopening, where the mini-golf course celebrated the start of its Pint and Putts program by giving away free Crooked Handle beer, the business has extended its hours.
The course will now be open from noon to 9 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and noon to 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays from June until Labor Day.
Their next Charitable Pint & Putt event will be on Thursday, July 18 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday, July 19 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
As part of the program, Adventure Golf is providing local non-profit venues the chance to raise awareness and money by selling beer at the course on Fridays and Saturdays, a spokesperson told this news organization.
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The July event will benefit Snuggled Up Inc., which works toward improving the quality of life for needy families in the Dayton community by providing beds and bedding for children dreaming on the floor.
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Nearly anyone who has hit the greens knows that pints go with putters.
Apparently the same is true when it comes to mini greens.
Adventure Golf — a miniature course at 615 Miamisburg Centerville Road, Washington Twp., Montgomery County — is launching a Friday to Sunday Charitable Pint and Putt Weekends program.
Now owned by wife and husband team Megan Lee and Earl Hatmaker, the 32-year-old course plans to open later this season, according to a press release.
Owners says customers will notice several improvements and a list of new promotions that includes adult mini golf leagues, $25 Sunday family night and the Pint and Putt Weekend program for charities.
“We had a lot of fun brainstorming on how we’d run the course and the Pint and Putt Weekends was one of our favorite ideas,” Hatmaker said in the press release. “From Friday through Sunday, we will partner with a local non-profit and provide them with a venue to raise awareness and money by selling beer at the course.”
Non-profits interested in the program can send email to email@example.com.
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