Sparkman Wharf hosts its third annual Putt Putt “Par Tee” on Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11 along the Tampa Riverwalk.
Putt Putt pros and amateurs alike are invited to try their best to putt around the colorful nine-hole course located on the waterside wharf. Registration is $5.00 and guests will receive a ball and putter. The vibrant event has become integral to the waterfront food halls consistent stream of events. Live music events, yoga on the lawn, movie screenings and more have popped up at Sparkman over the past couple of years,
New this year, guests who make a donation may enter a 50’ hole-in-one challenge to win a a gift card from a Sparkman Wharf retailer. Proceeds from the challenge will benefit a local charity. You know you want to put your putting skills to the test.
Safety guidelines have been put in place to ensure everyone can comfortably enjoy the mini golf event.
Sparkman Wharf is adhering to strict safety guidelines recommended by the CDC and the City of Tampa. Sparkman Wharf has implemented measures to protect its guests, retailers and employees including mandating social distancing guidelines, limiting occupancy of Sparkman Wharf, wearing of masks or facial coverings by staff and regularly disinfecting common areas and equipment.
Need more reason to visit Sparkman Wharf?
Fit Bowl Co. just joined an all-star lineup of new food concepts at the waterfront food hall that includes Noble Rice, The Battery, BurgerFi, Coldwell Banker, Murph’s BBQ, 7th + Grove South and 3 Corners, which is opening this summer at Heron, the neighborhood’s first residential rental offering.
Not to mention Sparkman Wharf is also home to Jeni’s Ice Cream, Joyful Notion, Splitsville, Fermented Reality, F45, Jotoro, Naked Farmer, Edison’s Swigamajig, Gallito, Flock and Stock, The Corners Pizza, Main Ingredient and Modern Paws.
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