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By: Brad M.
First of all, no one was manning the front desk when we arrived, and there were a dozen people in line. The staff member eventually showed up after 15-20 minutes, only to leave again, telling us she was looking for a key to the register, because they were having an issue with their credit card machine. Not a great first impression. After waiting for another 10 minutes or so, she came back and let us play. The course was very repetitive, and fairly boring. The craftsmanship was not very impressive, and seemed like something a high school band team would do for a fundraiser. After the first room (of which there were gruelingly many), you had seen pretty much all the variations of the holes. There were only one or two holes that stood out. The outdoor advertising is misleading, as it promises a 54 hole course, but the course is only 27 holes, and you get to go around twice. Once was quite enough for us. The only good thing to be found is the artwork adorning the hallway walls. Most of the paintings are space-themed and look striking in the blacklight glow. But unfortunately, that does little to make up for the rest of the experience. The impersonal staff, repetitive nature of the course, and less-than-professional craftsmanship has ensured that we will not be returning to the Park City Glowgolf.

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