The Pop-Up Mini Golf Course in the heart of Oakland is now open! And it’s only gonna be there until the end of April — so don’t putz around and go putt a round! 

Image via pittsburgh-id.com/oaklandopen

Known as the “Oakland Open” this adorable Oakland-themed 9-hole course is on Oakland Ave between Forbes and Sennott St (aka in the heart of the Pittsburgh Innovation District). 

It is FREE to play, but you should register in advance to reserve a timeslot. There are only a limited number of walk-up times available. 

Social distancing and masks are required. Groups are capped at 4 people. (Bring your friends; leave your caddy.) Mini Golf clubs and balls provided. 

Bonus! Show your reservation email or scorecard at area restaurants and retailers to receive $5 off a purchase of $20+. Participating locations include: Redhawk Coffee, Maggie & Stella’s, Prince of India, Lotsa Stone Fired Pizza, Jolina’s 2, Pamela’s, Primanti Bros., Stack’d, Sushi Atarashi, Fuku Tea, Rita’s, Fuel & Fuddle and Mario’s.

Where: 200 Oakland Ave; at the intersection of Forbes & Oakland Ave.

When: Thursday – Saturday 12p-8p, Sunday 1p-5p. Open rain or shine.

Cost: Free! Donations are welcome. Visitors are encouraged to visit and support Oakland businesses before or after your tee time. 

Reservations: Book online at Oakland Open

Did you go(lf)? Tag #madeinpgh and #oaklandopen to let us know!

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Mo Macel

Mo is a pun-loving Pittsburgher who likes to take photos and write. She blogs at givegodyouryes.com and fullhipster.com.

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