Putter's Fun Center in Portage, Michigan was the go to place for games and Mini Golf on South Westnedge for years. Then, at the end of the 2014 summer season, they decided not to reopen. Here is a peek at what is left. 

Who remembers playing a round of Mini Golf at Putter's? Sure , there were score cards but who used them? no one ever told the truth about their score anyway, it was more about hanging out with your friends then actually keeping score. There were batting cages, video games and even water wars. Towards the end, free WIFI.

According to Mlive, this was posted on the doors in October 2014:

"Dear Putter's Friends, The difficult decision has been made not to open Putter's this season. We are in the process of selling.Thank you to all of our loyal friends out there.Have a safe and fun spring/summer season!"

The Facebook post went up on Wednesday. The second to the last post said that it closed for the 2014 season in October.

What happened to the giant fiberglass animals? they were auctioned off according to WWMT.

As a side note, Formula K in Mattawan announced they were closing for good on the same day.

Want to see whats left? watch this video of a drone fly-over of Putter's in Portage.

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