Whatever occurred to America's mini-golf courses?


For more than 50 years a gigantic orange dinosaur has actually overlooked a mini golf course on Route 1 in Saugus, Massachusetts, supplying a kitschy splash of color on a generally grey road.

Memorial Day is one of the most popular weekends of the year for the nation’s miniature golf courses, but this one will be the last for Route 1 Miniature Golf Course and its huge dinosaur. In an increasingly challenging business climate for old-school mini golf courses, Route 1 chose to cash-in on its property and now will close its doors for great, leaving lots of local community members distraught at the idea of losing the beloved dinosaur.

It’s been there for so long, Joe Attubato, Saugus retired public works director, stated following the sale. It’s tough to imagine Route 1 without the dinosaur.


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