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Most putt-putt courses in Cape Town are outdoors and subject to the vagaries of the weather – but not these two fantastic putt-putt spots. We have great news for you, IIt’s both indoors, so it can be played and enjoyed in all weathers.


Also read: 5 indoor activities in Cape Town for when it’s wet and cold outside


Don’t let the rainy weather keep you indoors because you can still have fun with your friends or family inside. Here’s where you can hit some balls on indoor putt-putt courses with the kids and practice your putting skills over the weekend:

1. Cellar Golf

Cave Golf is an 18-hole putt-putt course inside a man-made cave, with tricky angles, uneven surfaces and some interesting obstacles. Undoubtedly, the layout is fun to play and although it is relatively short and compact, it is well designed and challenging enough to be enjoyed by even regular golfers.

It’s also right next to the Scratch Patch, where kids will love scratching over 100 different semi-precious stones for a brightly colored treasure.

Photo: Facebook/Cave Golf
  • Location: 1 Dock Road, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town
  • Business hours : Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or Saturdays/Sundays and public holidays from 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

2. 3D Light Rooms Mini Golf

Get your glow on in this glow-in-the-dark 3D mini golf experience, a fun experience for all ages and a great team builder too. Lumo gear is also available for everyone to get into the game.

Photo: Facebook/Glowing Rooms 3D Mini Golf
  • Location: 1 Turf Club Drive, Milnerton, Cape Town
  • Business hours : Saturday 10am-8pm and Sunday 10am-4pm

Winter can often bring cabin fever, with the cold and rain keeping everyone indoors. So if you need an outing, head to these two fun indoor putt-putt venues for a round of indoor underground golf or take it up a notch with an epic glow-in-the-dark mini-golf experience. .

There’s nothing more challenging but fun to get a ball moving, over or under one or more obstacles. With the goal of getting the ball into the hole by hitting it as few times as possible, which can be a fun and timely activity with all the obstacles in the way.

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