Downtown Springfield Association

 Putt your way through Downtown.

Downtown Springfield will be transformed into a mini golf course for one day, Saturday, Oct. 13, giving you a chance to putt your way around our great coffee shops, retail stores, restaurants and more. The event features a Front Nine from noon-6 p.m. and a Back Nine from 4 p.m.-9 p.m. Putters and balls will be waiting at each hole. No need to carry anything around Downtown except your score card, but bring your own putter if you’d like!

Players can chose from the following courses: noon-6 p.m. Front Nine, visiting iconic downtown locations for the whole family and 4 – 9 pm Back Nine, touring some of Downtown’s favorite pubs and bars.

Tentative Front Nine hole locations include:

Civil Kitchen • Druff’s • Discovery Center • A Cricket in the House • Crave Cookie Dough • 5 Pound Apparel • Shark’s Surf X Supply • Moxie Cinema • Rosette Studios/SOAP Refill Station • Vision Clinic • The Coffee Ethic

Tentative Back Nine hole locations include:

Civil Kitchen • Billiards • The Flea • Tropical Liqueurs • Lost Signal Brewery • Tinga Tacos • Finnegan’s Wake • Patton Alley Pub • Skinny Slims

Set your tee time now!

The first tee time on the Front Nine is noon. Players report to Park Central Square to check-in, pick up their score card and find out their first hole to start.

Attendees can select either 2-team passes or 4-team passes. Kids 10 and under are free for every paid adult.

Example: A family of four with two children under the age of 10 should purchase a 2-player pass. A family of six with four children under the age of 10 should purchase a 4-player team.

Tickets are on sale now via eventbrite!

Want to volunteer at the Downtown Open? We can use your help! Check out our volunteer sign-up page.

Stay tuned for more details.

The Downtown Open is presented by

Central Bank

Wil Fischer Companies

Deep Eddy Vodka

Golden Road Brewing

Michelob Ultra Pure Gold

Pioneer Outdoor

Bryan Properties

BKD CPAs & Advisors

Downtown Springfield CID

Community Partnership of the Ozarks