Host an Event at Mulligan's

Interested in hosting a group outing for your friends, your club, or organization? Has someone you know been calling you out, and the only way to settle the score is to host a tournament to find out just who will walk away the champ?

Mulligan’s offers three great ways for you to host an event that's fun for friends, family, coworkers, or organization members. Please review these options below and call us to book your event today!

Option 1: Group Outings!

Scout Troops, Sports Teams, Company Outings, Church Groups, Organization Fun - we love having group outings here at Mulligan's, and we'll work with you to ensure that your group has a fun and exciting time. For more information about group outings, please call Bill the Event Coordinator. 
 

Option 2: Host a Tournament!

Whether it's just for fun, or if you have a dispute that can only be settled by 18 holes of miniature golf, hosting a tournament at Mulligan's is a fantastic and fun way to host an event that won't soon be forgotten. Additionally, a tournament can be a very lucrative event for your organization as well.

Tournaments are held at Mulligan’s mornings between 8:00am and 11:00am during specific times of the season. You will have exclusive use of the golf course, clubhouse, and deck areas during your tournament.

Our staff will be on hand to set up, clean up, escort people on the course for a shot-gun start, run a Closest-to-the-Pin competition, etc.

For more information, or to book a tournament please call Bill the Event Coordinator.
 

Option 3: Pre-Purchased Passes!

Got a group that wants to come out and play, but can't all make it at the same time? Want to give a little "thank you" to your employees, friends, or organization members? Give them a Free Game Pass to Mulligan's.

Discount passes can be purchased from Mulligan's in quantities of 20 or more for $7.00 each. They can then be used at any time during Mulligan's normal operating hours. For more details, please call Bill the Event Coordinator.

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