Mini Golf in Klein, Texas

by James Roland

Klein is a suburb of Houston, Texas. The unincorporated community is 20 miles from Houston's downtown area. Klein has no miniature golf but it is very close to communities that do have putt putt courses. Just choose your destination and go enjoy a round of miniature golf on a warm Texas night.


The community of Spring is next door to Klein and is home to Choice Tee ( located at 708 E. Cypresswood Drive. Choice Tee is a driving range with climate controlled bays that also has a mini golf course. The mini golf course has 19 holes, including holes built near water features to provide an extra challenge to the mini golfer. The course is available for birthday parties, with a private party room and package deals.

North Houston

Just a few minutes south of Spring in North Houston you will find the Zuma Fun Centers ( located at 180 West Rankin Road. The center offers mini golf and also a more challenging golf course with simulated sand traps. Mini golf is just one of the attractions at the center, which also features go karts, batting cages, bumper boats and a video arcade. Birthday parties are also offered here, as are some kiddie rides.

The Woodlands and Humble

The Woodlands is north of Klein and Humble is east of Klein. Both are locations for Shankz Black Light Miniature Golf ( The Woodlands location is 3091 College Park Drive. The Humble location is 6900 FM1960 East. Both locations have indoor glow-in-the-dark miniature golf. Inside, the lights are low and the borders and hazards of each golf hole glow in the dark. The murals and decorations also glow. Themes range from pirates and mermaids to dinosaurs and jungle animals. Party packages are available.


Southwest of Klein is Katy Miniature Golf and Batting Cages ( located at 2482 South Mason Road in Katy, Texas. This park features two outdoor 18-hole miniature golf courses. You won't find any themed holes here but you will find wide greens and sidewalks that were designed specifically to accommodate families with strollers and wheelchairs. This park also has batting cages, pitching mounds and bungy jumpers. Book parties here to play mini golf only or take advantage of all of the activities.

About the Author

James Roland started writing professionally in 1987. A former reporter and editor with the "Sarasota Herald-Tribune," he currently oversees such publications as the "Cleveland Clinic Heart Advisor" and UCLA's "Healthy Years." Roland earned his Bachelor of Science in journalism from the University of Oregon.

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