Lincoln mini-golf course looks to add alcohol | Local Business News







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The Redemption Army of Lincoln held its First Yearly Mini Golf Competition on Aug. 27, 2011, at Experience Golf. 




Experience Golf prepares to combine beer, white wine and alcohol with putt-putt in southeast Lincoln.

The Lincoln City Board on Monday all authorized Experience Golf’s ask for an alcohol license enabling on-site usage at the mini-golf course, 5901 S. 56th St.

“Our desire for that is not to be a destination for purchasing alcohol,” co-owner Erik Gustafson informed the City board at a public hearing Monday.


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The 36-hole mini-golf course wishes to include alcohol to interest conventional golf players, however Gustafson stated Experience Golf prepares to limit alcohol usage to among its courses to preserve a family-friendly environment. 

Experience Golf might carry out a beverage limitation, prepares to put wristbands on qualified drinkers and most likely will just serve alcohol throughout weekend night hours, he stated. 

The City board’s approval is not the last word however likely will result in the license’s approval by the Nebraska Alcohol Control Commission.


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Reach the author at 402-473-2657 or rjohnson@journalstar.com.

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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.