Al's Golfdom

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Al's Golfhaven

Used to hang out there on weekends coming up as a kid! Everything was more polite. No rough language was allowed. I Definately remember harvesting coupons from the papers to help pay for a Friday or Saturday nights' entertainment. Another memory is the brick bump rails on the Mini-Golf course. Later they had a premier quality video game room. Some years later I attended a school in Whitehaven. We did a Junior class skip trip ao al's.

Mike Pendergrass 252 days ago

family fun

used to live in fox meadows and went there all the time,in fact my dad loved to go and hit balls at the range,once his insert in a wood came out and then stopped the entire range from hitting balls so that he could go out and get the piece,loved the putt putt courses and everything about the place lots and lots of memories there

J.c. Fite 272 days ago


Vance Lauderdale

Ask Vance is the blog of Vance Lauderdale, the award-winning columnist of Memphis magazine and Inside Memphis Business. Vance is the author of four books: Ask Vance: The Best Questions and Answers from Memphis Magazine’s History and Trivia Expert (2003), as well as Ask Vance: More Questions and Answers from Memphis Magazine’s History Expert (2011), Vance Lauderdale’s Lost Memphis (2013), and Vance Lauderdale’s More Lost Memphis (2014). He is also the recipient of quite a few nice awards (including “Best Blog - 2017” from the Society of Professional Journalists Green Eyeshade Awards), the creator of several eye-catching wall calendars, and the only person we know with a vintage shock-treatment machine in his den.