Mountasia Family Fun Center - Miniature Golf Course
N Richland Hills, Texas
featured Mini Golf Course 8851 Grapevine Hwy
N Richland Hills, TX 76180-5613
United States
P: (817) 503-8833
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Challenge: Borders made of rock and concrete offer almost unpredictable outcomes if your ball comes in contact. Liked the twists and turns, ups and downs. Earned a 51 on course 2.
Appearance: Unkepted and in desperate need of renovation on the southside holes. Torn or uprooted carpet. Have pics to prove that. Can't wait for Spring/Summer when ponds are filled and waterfall on.

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