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Tee-Aire Golf: Hole 1
Tee-Aire Golf is my second favorite course in Greater Milwaukee Area and third favorite in the state of Wisconsin. It’s a skills course so you won’t see windmills or gophers here, but with practice it can be a course mastered quickly. The first hole is a fun take on around-the-bend type holes but with a skill shot down the middle to drop in close proximity of the hole.
Mister Mini Golf Pro Tips
It’s much better to go long than short since you could roll back to the start and out-of-bounds. If you hit the middle channel, the odds for a hole-in-one are pretty good but not certain. Also it can get caught up in the deflectors of the channel if the ball is going too slow.
ADA Accessibility Notes: Most holes are accessible with a few that could pose a challenge based on shot placement due to elevation changes on the holes themselves. Additionally, note that there are not gaps in the stones for wheelchair access so if having to go over the bricks proves to not be a feasible task, you may need to skip this course.
For more details on course accessibility, always check in with a course you are visiting as they may be able to do additional accommodations. In addition, a great resource is the ADA Checklist for Miniature Golf Courses.
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