Putt-N-Play, an indoor mini golf facility, opened on Oct. 4 to provide food and entertainment for the colder months.
The Northwoods themed, family-friendly business, founded by Will and Aloha Seitz, offers putting holes for golfers of all ages and abilities to play.
It features 18 holes total, three of which are glow in the dark. The business also has an arcade and The Northwoods Café which serves concession style food. The most popular items are their cheese burgers, cheese curds, hot pretzels and funnel cakes.
“Our family enjoys playing mini golf. It’s a great way to make fun memories with those you enjoy being with. We thought about how nice it would be to have one in our home town,” Aloha said.
For seven years, Will and Aloha have been searching for the perfect place to launch their business when Will came across the property that used to be Benard’s Restaurant up for sale.
“We went to view the property and the moment we saw the ball room we knew this was the right place,” Aloha said.
The mini golfing at Putt-N-Play isn’t just for children. Aloha said that all ages are welcome. Their oldest player yet was an 88-year-old Navy veteran. Being handicapped, he golfed from his wheelchair and had a blast because the facility is wheelchair accessible.
Putt-N-Play also caters to parties, offering a large private party room and party package pricing which often includes food and drink.
If anyone wishes to give the gift of mini golf for this holiday season, Putt-N-Play is selling gift certificates for rounds of mini golf. Community members can also sign up for leagues and challenge coworkers or other people in the community and compete for championships.
Teams must have a minimum of four people on their team and compete in their leagues against other teams to win a pizza party at the end of the tournament.
For more information, community members and students can visit their website at www.puttnplay.today or their Facebook page @puttnplayllc.