Two T's is swinging back into action in a big way.
Two T’s Mini-Golf & Log Cabin Creamery on Sullivan Trail in Forks Township, which called it a year after Hurricane Sandy caused some damage, is reopening its driving range and Par-3 course, but will also be adding laser tag and indoor mini-golf, according to The Express-Times.
Hurricane Sandy had damaged the golf course's netting, according to Two T's managers, the story states. No timetable was given for when the business will be back on track.
Two T’s opened as a driving range in 1995; the mini-golf course came in 1998.
The colorful mini-golf course features classics like a windmill and the 18th hole lighthouse, as well as some distinctly unique holes, like its cave that stands twice as tall as the average person, a functioning waterfall and a real working gristmill.
The winner gets a free Italian ice. Try the tie-dye.
Two T’s Mini-Golf & Log Cabin Creamery is at 3521 Sullivan Trail. It's the closest mini-golf course to the Nazareth area. A course in Wind Gap is now a car wash and a course in Bushkill Township is vacant and in a state of disarray.
The driving range at Two T's is open seven days a week during daytime hours, thanks to the self-serve dispensers. In the summer months, the last range balls are sold at 10:30 p.m.
The miniature golf course and Log Cabin Creamery opens at 11 a.m. daily, and the final rounds of mini-golf begin no later than 10:15 p.m. in the late spring and summer.
Visit Two T’s on the web at www.twotsgolf.com, or check out its Facebook page at Two T’s Golf & Log Cabin Creamery.