Aaron Murdoch

A Putt-Putt Miniature Golf Mystery Shop

Putt-putt, mini golf, par three, pee wee golf, whatever the term is that you use to reference this family-friendly game, it has provided good clean fun for the past 60 years. According to USA Today Sports, in 1954, a man named Don Clayton opened the first mini golf course in Fayetteville, North Carolina and within 20 years, this golf phenomena exploded all over the United States.


Today I’d like to bring back some of that old-fashioned kind of entertainment with an exciting mini putt mystery shop that was posted earlier this week on the Mystery Shop Forum.  The company would like shoppers to take notice of the condition of the landscape, parking lot, and of course the mini putt golf facility itself. This assignment involves taking a guest along for some friendly competition and are requesting that only cash payments be made.


There are multiple of these putt-putt jobs available and the payment for shop shells out $17 plus a $23 reimbursement for the game. Not a bad deal for taking a buddy, spouse, or loved one out for a free game of miniature golf for a few hours on a lazy afternoon. A few of the cities where this shop is available is listed as follows:


Hot Springs, Arizona, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, Arnold’s Park, Iowa, Osage Beach, Missouri, Lake Placid, New York, and North Traverse City, Michigan. This is just a handful of areas offering this assignment, but if you would like to see if there is one available in your neck of the woods, click here to learn more about this mystery shop.




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