New course opening at Adventure Golf Center in Lincoln

"The Backwoods at Adventure Golf Center" opens at 6 p.m. on Wednesday

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – A new course at the Adventure Golf Center in Lincoln is being unveiled on Wednesday.

This will be the third course at the mini-golf center near 56th Street and Old Cheney Road.  They have titled it, “The Backwoods at Adventure Golf.”

Co-owner Dylan Bohlke says they designed it to look and feel like a traditional golf course.  He also states that this course will be much more challenging than the other two at the mini-golf center.

“This is 30 strokes longer on average, so it’s going to take a half-hour longer and it’s going to play more like an actual golf course,” Bohlke said.

The Backwoods features an 18-hole par 72 course.  It also will have a bar serving alcoholic drinks towards the middle of the course.

The new course will be opened Wednesday night at 6 p.m.

Bohlke asks golfers to come prepared to play the course and arrive no later than 9 p.m. each day to finish by closing time.

Playing the course will cost a little extra.  During the week, fees will be $12, while on the weekend it’ll cost $14.

The Backwoods will also be used for the 19+ and doubles divisions in the Cornhusker State Games.

Bohlke is also a participant in this season of ABC’s game show “Holey Moley.”

A watch party for Tuesday night’s episode was held for family and friends at The Railyard.  The episode featured Bohlke beating three other golfers to advance to the finale.

See also: Lincoln business owner to compete on season finale of ABC’s ‘Holey Moley’

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