LOU’S VIEWS: Mini golf returns to the IMA

Lou HarryAfter a successful tee shot last summer, mini golf has returned to the Indianapolis Museum of Art with a mostly new set of 18 artist-designed links. Also added: Drink holders at each hole and umbrellas to dodge the sun between shots.

To test out the course, I regrouped the same foursome of fiercely competitive duffers as last year for another round. While the level of creativity doesn’t rise to last year’s inspired Kurt Vonnegut, Gen. Burnside sideburns or Dick the Bruiser holes, this year’s course offers a pleasant, nature-inspired excuse to putt around the IMA terrace. Here’s our hole-by-hole guide.

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