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Peter Pan Golf

Historic Site (3.00)1
1948- N/A
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1207 Barton Springs Rd
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Sign The sign out front, like the entire operation, is from a different time and place. (Photo by Austin Explorer) The man himself Peter Pan guards the entrance and the last hole of one of the two courses. (Photo by Austin Explorer) Characters galore Most of the holes consist of simple characters that provide some obstacle to getting the ball where you want it to go. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Open wide The kids got a kick out of this hole which consisted of a whale pooping the golf ball that it swallows. (Photo by Austin Explorer) Standing tall This Tyrannosaurus Rex is near the end of one of the rounds and is a signature character for the golf course. (Photo by Austin Explorer)

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