May Day Mini-Golf Tournament Set For Colonial Park


Mini-golfers enjoy the course at Colonial Park in Somerset.
Photo: Somerset County Park Commission.

Mini-golfers aged 55 and older can register for the “May Day Masters Miniature Golf Tournament,” set for 10 a.m. to noon May 1 at the Colonial Park Putting Course, 156 Mettlers Rd. in Somerset.

Sponsored by the Somerset County Park Commission, the event’s rain date is May 2.

The competition will feature 18 teams of four players each. Enhancing the competition will be unique challenges added to the course specifically for this event, according to a release on the contest.

The registration fee is $10 and includes a putter, golf ball, scorecards, pencils, beverages and a boxed lunch. Door prizes and awards for special tournament achievements will be part of the festivities.

The Colonial Park Putting Course offers the player gardens and natural landscaping rather than the amusements found at traditional miniature golf courses. Designed over a 1.5 acres site, the course is influenced by the contours and natural characteristics of the site. The holes include fairways ranging in length from 25 to 75 feet with rough, sand and water hazards. The course is fully accessible to players with physical disabilities.

Register on-line at www.somersetscountyparks.org. For additional information contact the Recreation Department at 908.722.1200 Ext. 226.
Information on Colonial Park and other Somerset County Park Commission programs and activities may be found by calling 908-722-1200 or at www.somersetcountyparks.org.

Your Thoughts


Please Support Independent Journalism In Franklin Township!

No other media outlet covering Franklin Township brings you the depth of information presented by the Franklin Reporter & Advocate. Period. We are the only truly independent media serving the Eight Villages.

But we can only do that with your support. Please consider a yearly subscription to our online news site; at $37 a year, it’s one of the best investments you can make in our community.

To subscribe, please click here.

Other News From The Eight Villages …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *