Golf World is part of a small entertainment complex with a big naming scheme. You can buy ice cream at Ice Cream World, and snacks at Food World. If it's raining, you can play arcade games at Game World. I started to feel that the naming scheme was being carried to excess when I saw the restored caboose with a sign saying, "Caboose World!" Signs inside explain that if kids don't have the socks they need to play on the climbing equipment, they can mend this lack at Sock World.
I had an astounding game of miniature golf, scoring one stroke under par for the whole course. I think this is the first time I've ever broken par. My usual experience is that I can par most of the holes, but even one bad hole creates a deficit that I can never make up. (Par is usually set at the best that a skilled golfer can consistently do; there's not a lot of slack to compensate for errors.)
The round of golf was certainly enhanced by scoring two holes in one on the course.
Despite my thrills with the game, I didn't think it was a particularly good course; I don't feel a great yen to drive out there to play again. I feel a yen to play a miniature golf course with an electric windmill hazard, and I have no idea where to find one in Pittsburgh.
Just over the hill from us in Braddock Hills is 'Old King Cole's Miniature Golf', which looks like someone built a mini golf course in their yard. I'd like to play that course some time.