There isn’t much standing room at this Mission spot, because most of the space is taken up by a 14-hole putt-putt course that’s a miniature model of San Francisco, complete with its own Sutro Tower and Transamerica Pyramid. Each hole is designed with as much detail as a Disneyland ride, and scenes include everything from the Gold Rush to the Painted Ladies stuck in an earthquake - it’s just as much fun to find the little details everywhere as it is to play golf while drinking a margarita. Especially on weekends, when rounds are only $12.
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