We don’t like a lot of rules either… but there are a few things that will help us to look after the Glowing Rooms and make sure you have the best time.
We love our walls and floors…it took our artists over 1300 hours to create the artworks in the Glowing Rooms, so please don’t lean on the walls and don’t bang clubs on anything! Also, our obstacles are fragile so please don’t step or stand on them.
Stay on track…Please don’t step on the mini golf lanes and follow the markers along the way.
Keep it moving, moving…Six is the magic number – So, no more than six people at a time at any one hole, there’s a six-stroke limit per hole. After five strokes, pick up the ball, mark six on your scorecard and move right along to the next hole.
Doh! When things go wrong… If the ball goes off the course, replace the ball where it went off and take a one-stroke penalty. If the ball ends up against an edge or obstacle, move it the length of one clubhead out and get back into it. Please don’t replay a hole and hit the ball gently for the best scores.
Safety first…we want you to have the best time. Please be considerate of others and watch your step. No running, jumping or climbing and never EVER lift the club above waist height. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
The heavy stuff… While we take all reasonable care, the Glowing Rooms owners and staff take no responsibility for the loss or damage of personal property, or personal injury. We reserve the right to stop a game if it’s not played according to rules, and bad behaviour means you will be asked to leave.
Do the right thing… All golfing equipment including golf balls, putters, pencils and glasses are the property of Glowing Rooms. It is an offence to remove them from the premises and it’s your responsibility to pay for any lost or damaged equipment.
Have fun…We want everyone to enjoy themselves, so enjoy the game, tell your friends and come back soon. Follow us on Facebook or Instagram to keep up to date with events, competitions, special offers and news.