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Timber Falls – Tall Timbers Run (Black Course) – Hole 15

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The fifteenth hole of the Timber Falls – Timber Falls Run (Black Course) is a long uphill hole that unfortunately is not ace-able by traditional means. If you could chip the ball from the first section to the last, sure but it’s not advisable nor is it safe. Also a full swing would probably have enough power but same as above. The hole itself is at the top in section four. Two semi straight sections then turns hard left and then slightly right to the top.

Mister Mini Golf Pro Tips

Play this one cool. Either shoot for section two on shot one or bank it to section three but be careful as a poor bank shot will come back to start!

ADA Accessibility Notes: Timber Falls has 3 courses and 54 holes. The Black Course is listed as the most accessible. Wheelchairs would still have a difficult time with accessibility due to the layout. The other courses have varying degrees of accessibility due to enclosures, stairs, and elevation changes.

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.

Check out the prior hole here:

Timber Falls -Timber Falls Run (Black Course) – Hole 14

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Timber Falls

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