This mini-golf party tournament has booze, food, and major prizes

Sep 11 2019, 10:54 am

Ready to try your hand at the Masters? Whoa, put the driver down — we mean the Mini Masters! Toronto’s favourite mini-putt bar Par-Tee Putt is hosting a massive tournament this month.

On September 21, the venue will be throwing the Mini Masters, which is an opportunity for you to get together for some friendly competition with a group of four friends.

The winning team will be showered in prizes, including trophies, mini-putting for a year and a $5,000 grand prize.

Don’t worry though, as there will be plenty of secondary prizes available like best dressed, most holes in one, worst score, and more!

For the rest of us, Michelob ULTRA is partnering with Par-Tee Putt and will be giving out golf swag like golf balls, golf bags, polo shirts, and other prizes.

Par-Tee Putt is the latest venture in Toronto from leading hospitality and entertainment company, The MRG Group. They’ve got it all: a bar, snacks and mini-golf. The courses are not your basic ol’ tees, but instead have cool obstacles and even unique challenges for you to take on while you shoot!

Picture an adult-centric space where you can chill out, let loose, and unleash your competitive streak on your unsuspecting pals. Also, if mini-golf isn’t your thing, you can flex your beer pong skills or play Plunko. Yes, beer pong!

The venue has something for everyone, so you can still spend the night taking advantage of cool photo opportunities, and of course, enjoying delicious drinks and bites. At the Mini Masters, you can also enjoy live music from DJs, photographers, videographers, and photobooths!

It’s time to gather your three best friends, dust off your visors, sharpen your mini pencils, and sign up for the Mini Masters. You could be walking away $5,000 richer — and if not, at least you’ll have had an absolute ball.

Ready to putt your way to glory? (We were born ready.) For more information, visit ParteePutt.com.

Par-Tee Putt: Mini Masters

When: Saturday, September 21
Time: 12 pm to 4 pm
Where: 26 Duncan Street
Price: Early bird $40, general $50 — Tickets available via Eventbrite