Designers and Builders of Quality Custom Miniature Golf Courses
Castle Golf is a premier designer and builder custom miniature golf courses, both indoor and outdoor. For over 40 years Castle has been building a wide range of course styles, always with an emphasis on longevity and recurring play. Not only do we provide these distinctive courses, we also have a variety of approaches to fit most budgets and circumstances. Regardless of size and elegance, the commitment to quality and innovation is always present.
Our capability does not stop there, but extends to planning for building many other outdoor attractions. This includes go-kart tracks, bumper boat lagoons, batting cages, and plaza areas in an effort to help its clients maximize fun and profit. Recognizing that each project situation is unique, the range of services is both extensive and flexible. Be sure to check out our web site to learn about Help-U-Build to ready-to-play installations of Castle courses.
We invite you to review our web site articles and photos and learn how we can help you layout your facility for maximum success.
Press Release - 02-06-2015
The first indoor mini-golf venue in Wales will open in April creating 20 jobs.
Ever fancied playing a round of golf in the centre of Cardiff?
Well from April that’s exactly what you can do when the first indoor mini-golf venue in Wales ‘tees off' at the St David’s shopping centre.
Customers will have the choice of playing the Tropical Trail and Ancient Explorer, designed and built by leading American specialists Castle Golf. Both courses will feature sound and lighting effects together with exciting feature scenes.
Read more (link to walesonline.co.uk)
Latest project now underway in Cardiff, Wales. 36 holes of indoor adventure golf with tropical rainforest theme. The special effects and interactive theme will prove to provide an extraordinary experience to all players! Course is scheduled to open its doors to the public in late March. We invite you to follow the progress here!
Castle Golf is pleased to announce a new product aimed at temporary installations - custom fabricated portable golf holes. As the name suggests these new holes have the ability to be installed and removed by two people. read more about our temporary mini golf holes
Castle Golf will be attending the IAAPA Attractions Expo. The not to be missed trade show runs from Nov 18-21, 2014 at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida. We look forward to meeting you at booth number 2664.
Castleford, England’s VOLCANO FALLS miniature golf opens and captures a huge audience of players during the Christmas and New Year's holidays. If you have been following the construction of James Miller’s two exciting courses, you will find these photos showing the completed course of great interest. The special effects and the quality of play are great complements to a dynamic visual appearance shown in these photos.
It seems inevitable that a Castle Golf miniature golf course would eventually be located in Castleford, England. It is now underway as Castle Golf is building two 18-hole indoor courses for James Miller. The multilevel courses, with their Volcano Island theme, will feature special effects such as a volcano that erupts and rumbles, sounds and lightning flashes that highlight the dinosaurs and creatures inhabiting the island.
You are invited to follow the construction progress as we update the photo files over the coming weeks. Castleford Golf Project
Castle Golf will be attending the IAAPA Attractions Expo 2013 show - booth #2630....and welcome all attendees interested in the family fun attractions such as miniature golf, go-kart tracks, bumper boat ponds and park layouts designs.
|November 19-22, 2013,
Orange County Convention Center - Orlando, FL
Link to website
Castle golf's international presence continues to expand under our Help-u-Build program. The newest expansion is into the Asian market for a new miniature golf course in the busy tourist area of Puerto Galera in the Philippines. Shown in the photo is the owner, Al Elliot discussing his vision with Tod Thornton, Castle Golf principal and designer
Latest project now well under way at The Corner House in Nottingham, England. 36 holes of indoor adventure golf with 'Inca' themeing, special effects and interactive features. The Lost City opens for rediscovery in August 2013. Read more and follow progress here - The Lost Inca City
NOW OPEN - CHECK OUT THE VIDEO Belmont Park in San Diego is about to get its newest attraction, a Castle Golf interactive 18 hole miniature golf course. The course will be owned and operated by James Austin who also owns and operates several other Belmont Park attractions and arcades. The course, scheduled to open in June, is a very unique “in and out” course, Tiki Town Adventure Golf. The course has a tropical island theme, enhanced by a variety of exciting special effects as it weaves in an out of a building which once housed gift shops, children’s activities and a police station. Read more and follow progress here
Castle Golf is assembling its construction team and fabricators to begin construction in Nottingham, UK. Castle Golf is scheduled to begin work May 1 on this 36-hole indoor miniature golf course. The course will appeal to all ages by virtue of its interesting play and interactive adventure environment called LOST CITY, set in the ”overgrown tropics” of Nottingham. This will be the second project to be built for Barry Hobson, owner of Pirates Adventure in Belfast (www.piratesadventuregolf.com). We hope you will check back to see progress of the course during construction.
Castle Golf has expanded its reach further into Asian market, in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The developer of this project, Anh Ho, is making plans for an American style BBQ restaurant surrounded by two 18-hole indoor miniature golf courses. She visited our offices in Arizona several weeks ago to meet and discuss how we would work together. As many of you know, Ho Chi Minh City has become one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. Anh Ho fell in love with American food during her years as a university student in California and miniature golf as an exchange student in Florida
Castle Golf has added a descriptive new information item in the “Building A Course” section of its home page tabs. This article raises questions about when, why, and how to remodel an existing course. It also provides two examples of very different recent remodels, from a large course remodel to a modest small course makeover and expansion. Click here to view.