LOU’S VIEWS: Greens days at the IMA

Lous Views

Lou HarryEmbracing the kitsch of resort-style mini-golf rather than the angularity of Putt-Putt, the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s artist-designed mini-golf course (through Oct. 30) is likely to be a temptation for anyone who has ever swatted a colored ball and kept score with a tiny pencil.

Me included. So in advance of the May 10 opening, I formed a foursome to play a round.

Golf is included with museum admission. During Summer Nights movies or on free admission days, $8.

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