Think mini-golf on steroids.
Nine holes is all I can stand, and nine par 3 holes is all they've got. Take a wedge (no sand here), a putter and maybe a 5 iron, and you're set for the whole course. Don't expect tranquility and manicured greens: the place is right by 44, and I wouldn't be surprised if they use Nanny Goat rather than John Deere in their upkeep.
They light up the course at night, they look the other way if you have more beer than balls in your bag, and I've witnessed 2 hole-in-one's on the 6th hole. A good time will be had by all.