We recently posted about early signs of construction of a new mini golf course in Twin Falls. We now have details about the attraction, including a projected opening date.

If construction goes as planned, Putters Mini Golf & Hawaiian Shaved Ice will open by Memorial Day of 2017.

Putters Mini Golf & Hawaiian Ice will be an 18 hole, state of the art mini golf course that will feature themes of well-known Magic Valley attractions, including a replica of Shoshone Falls, Balanced Rock, and an "Evel Knievel" jump hole. The course will even require players to putt over a 15 foot replica of the Perrine Bridge.

Putters Mini Golf will be located on Canyon Crest Drive across from Pizza Pie Café in Northwest Twin Falls.

Co-owner Jason Vickery says the idea for building the mini golf course came from the perception of a limited number of choices for family entertainment around Twin Falls.

We really saw a lack of entertainment options for our kids and with the recent growth in the area we feel like this can be a great addition to our community,” Co-owner Jason Vickrey.

Co-owner Mandi Riddle says that Putters will cater to golfers of all ages and one of their goals is to keep prices "affordable."  It will also have a route that is wheelchair accessible.

Putters Mini Golf and Hawaiian Shaved Ice will be open seven days a week and will operate seasonally from 10am-10pm daily.  If construction goes as planned, Putters will open by Memorial Day of 2017.

For more information about the course or for employment inquiries, you can contact General Manager Dustin Wooten at 208-308-6856.