Farmington Miniature Golf & Ice Cream Parlor

Family Owned & Operated Since 1962

Traditional Miniature Golf at its best!
Celebrating over 30 Years of Scooping it up at our old-time

Ice Cream Parlor in a beautiful park-like setting

Miniature Golf

Affordable Family Fun!

$8.00 before 6pm
$10.00 after 6pm
Repeat game $4.00

Ice Cream Parlor

Scooping Up Smiles for over 30 years!

40+ Flavors of
Hard Scoop Ice Cream
and Soft Serve Ice Cream!


Vegan & Non-Dairy!

Now Scooping Plant Based frozen dessert  in Vanilla, Chocolate, Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl, Cookie Dough and Oreo!

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40th Annual Pat Guglielmo Memorial Tournament
Results Summary

It was a crisp cool morning on Saturday, August 28th, perfect for our 40th annual miniature golf tournament. Nineteen participants showed up and were eager for some fun and 45 holes of competition. After 36 holes of negotiating castles, waterfalls, plateaus, and windmills, Doug Wipfler found himself on top of the leaderboard by 2 strokes with just 9 holes to play. The final 9 hole sprint to the finish line had some ups and downs bringing on some changes to the leaderboard. When the stone dust cleared and the final scores were tallied Justin Seymour emerged as the winner by just one stroke over the next 3 competitors! His scores of 40 and 42 in the first two rounds were very good, but his final nine hole score of 21 sealed the deal. Justin is no stranger to the top spot here. He has won twice before! CONGRATULATIONS to Justin! The three way tie for second place was settled by a scorecard sudden death playoff resulting in an official second place finish for Tim Stratton, third place to former champ Mark Novicki, and fourth place to Doug Wipfler.  In our second tier Dan Hurley finished on top followed by Rich Stratton and Tim Guilford Jr.

Our lowest single 18 hole round of the day was turned in by Jonah Hurley with an impressive 38 and hole in one prizes went out to Anna Wallace and Brian Mays. An FMG shout out goes to the youngest player of the day Chase Lagano at just 9 years old! Great job Chase!

The biggest winners of the day once again was the Jimmy Fund/UConn Childrens Cancer Fund. With the help of our tournament participants and anonymous donations we were able to raise $460 for these important services! Look for our 41st annual tournament in August of next year. Thank you to all who participated this year. HAPPY EVERYTHING!  

See the photos on our Tournament Webpage

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1048 Farmington Ave, (Route 4)
Farmington, CT 06032

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