Back in 2012, Air New Zealand had a week-long in-flight putting competition to promote the fact that the airline was hosting a Pro- Am tournament.
Back in the day, Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) had a small putting green outdoors, on the secure side of the airport that was closed down after 9/11.
Today, though, you can still play miniature golf at Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) in West Palm Beach, FL.
For $3.20, passengers and visitors can play the 9-hole putting green located next to Sam Snead’s on Level Two, in the Main Terminal. Bonus: your golf ball is yours to keep.
And golf fans traveling through Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) can stop at PGA-MSP where there’s a shop, a lounge, golf course simulators, and a putting green.
Find it in Terminal 1, on the Mezzanine Level of the MSP Mall.
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