The Mission: San Francisco's Amusement Park

Urban Putt Opens Monday (And The Course Looks Awesome)

We’re been waiting for this spot to open for a while, and its time has finally come.  Urban Putt, the Mission’s latest bar—and first-ever $800k mini golf course—is set to open their doors at 22nd and South Van Ness on Monday, and the putt-putt paradise sure does look incredible:

As Inside Scoop notes:

There are more than a few San Francisco-themed holes — the Painted Ladies, Ferry Building, TransAmerica Building, Lotta’s Fountain, and even an earthquake all make cameos. There is one hole seemingly straight out of Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. There is duck shooting. There is a musical hole. There is skeeball. There are many surprises, bells and whistles.

Given the construction costs and the way things are going in the Mission, we’re surprised to see a round on the 14-hole course will only set you back a fairly reasonable $12.  But if you get hungry, be prepared to shell out $11 for a grilled cheese or $14 for a burger.

[Top Photo: The Bold Italic]

Comments (8)

How long is a round?

Are backpacks required for play, or is that a handicap?

It must be for balance.

Urban Putz.

You can offer me a grilled cheese for $11 but I’ll be damned if I will take you up on that offer.

Cool, I’ve played an urban in-door booze mini golf game in a different city, pretty amusing.  I can see this being fun at 1am.

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