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How Long Does A Round Of Mini Golf Take

9 Holes vs. 18 Holes

As mentioned, a typical 9-hole round of mini golf takes about 15-20 minutes for two players. If you have a larger group, it will likely take longer. For example, a group of four players might take 30 – 45 minutes to play 9 holes.

Likewise, an 18-hole round of indoor golf will take longer than a 9-hole round. On average, it takes about 30 – 45 minutes for two players to play 18 holes. If you have a larger group, it will likely take longer. For example, a group of four players might take 60 – 90 minutes to play 18 holes.

In addition to the number of holes and the size of your group, there are a few other factors that can affect the playing time of a round of indoor mini golf. These include:

Size of The Party

The number of people in your party is of course going to have an impact on the length of a game. It will take longer to play because you will have to wait for your turn on each hole. Whilst it might take a bit longer, it’s often just as much fun to watch someone else try (and possibly fail…) to navigate a particularly tough obstacle. Competing against others and having fun is what mini golf is all about – so the more the merrier we say!

Difficulty Of The Course

The difficulty of the course is going to speed things up or slow them down. Some mini golf courses are more challenging than others, which can lead to longer playing times. Others are far more straightforward and can be played by absolute beginners.

At Puttstars we like to think that our 9-hole indoor golf courses get the difficulty level just right. The majority of our mini golf centres have 3 incredible courses available: The Rookie, The Enthusiast and The Master. Players that visit a centre without all 3 courses still have a fantastic opportunity to test their putting skills on either The Rookie or The Master. This means that whether you’re a total novice or a putting pro, there really is something for everyone and our courses make for an occasion that is both challenging and fun filled.

Skill Level

The skill level of the player is going to impact the speed of the game. If the players in your group are experienced mini golfers, they will likely play the course faster than a group of beginners. Still, there’s absolutely no time limit on how long it ‘should’ take you to complete a course. Sometimes it’s best to take an extra few seconds to make sure the putt you’re attempting is the right one. It’s easy to rush things so taking it slower isn’t always a bad idea, regardless of your skill level.