The facility itself was well kept, and the course is good for all skill levels with progressively harder holes. But if it's a busy night, don't bother. We went with three couples, six people total and we had just started our game when the group nazi came out to make us split up and hurry us along. We had a great time all the way up to hole #2 when some not so friendly staff member came and told us to split up and hurry up! We paid to be there and she came to tell us to move faster. Isn't the point of mini golf to go out and have a good time with your friends?! Pretty hard to do with staff members constantly walking through your game to hurry you along!! And the best part is that we broke into two groups and "hurried up" and still ended up all waiting together for the people at the next hole to move. Like I said, the facility was good, but if you're planning on taking your time and actually playing the game, don't bother
going to safari golf!!