Nine Below ‘offers you a chance to forge your own course… nine feet underground’

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MILWAUKEE -- Nine Below isn't your typical putt-putt course. That's because you'll be playing nine feet below ground. Kasey spent the morning there to brush up on her miniature golf skills and test the course.

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About Nine Below (website)

In an era where something as simple as your morning cup of coffee can be endlessly customized, an average game of putt putt - with it's peeling paint and road-side attraction feel - begins to look seriously outdated. But in the face of such old-fashioned notions, how does one go about re-inventing mini-golf?

Nine Below was born as the answer to that question.

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Conceived by the owners of Splash Studio: a painting bar, Nine Below offers you a chance to forge your own course. . . nine feet underground.

And as proud citizens of the fair Brew City, there is one more element that is of the utmost importance: a fully-stocked bar. This is Wisconsin after all.

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Located in the heart of Milwaukee's East Side, we're ready to help you make your next date night, bachelor party, or corporate event a hole-in-one. Welcome to the world's first indoor, underground Maker's Golf Tavern.

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