Community members, Chamber of Commerce representatives, and mini-golf enthusiasts alike crossed the green for Enterprise Miniature Golf’s ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday.
The mini-golf facility first opened March 30 but received its official welcome May 11, complete with a cookout for attending guests.
Chamber president Erin Grantham addressed both the facility’s owners and the crowd during the ribbon cutting.
“We are super excited that you guys are here,” Grantham said. “A growing business climate indicates a growing community, and when places like this open up, it’s just a reminder of how much we’re growing, how much we’re progressing. We’re so excited to support you guys, and we look forward to a beautiful relationship.”
Mayor Cooper also expressed excitement about the new mini-golf facility.
“Families that pray together do stay together, but I’m also saying that families who play together stay together,” Cooper laughed. “Your facility is making this end of town so much livelier. This is a wonderful facility, and I feel like it will be greatly enjoyed. If there’s anything the city can do to help you, feel free to call us.”
Owner Dana Brewer thanked those present for their continued support.
“It’s been a long build, over a year, but we felt that this is what Enterprise needed,” Brewer said. “We wanted to bring some wholesome family recreational entertainment, and I think we’ve met our goal. We’re so happy to share it with you guys. Since we’ve opened, we’ve had a lot of comments made to us, and they’ve all said that this is what Enterprise needed. We’re excited to be part of the community and part of the business community. Thank you so much to everyone who supported us, especially Barry Moore and his team, the contractors, the city, the chamber, Troy Bank and Trust, the community, and all our sponsors.”
For more information, visit Enterprise Miniature Golf’s website at enterpriseminigolf.com.