There is this outrageous show on Thursday nights called Holy Moly.  It’s an over the top display of miniature golf.  The program brought back such fond memories of the game, it prompted me to google “wheelchair accessible mini golf Denver”.  To my surprise there was a hit.  “Urban Putt”

Urban Putt is a restaurant/mini golf course located at the Old Spaghetti Factory located at 1201 18th St. Denver, CO 80202.

Picture Right to Left: Kete Blonigen, Ashley King, Alex Lane

Alex Lane, course manager and Kete Blonigen were kind enough to talk to me after my first round.  They were open to suggestions and changes that I presented to them that would make the experience enjoyable for people using mobility devices.

I was able to maneuver with my power chair about 85% of the course.  Alex and Kete are currently making the changes that will make the course 100% accessible.

Urban Putt is following State guidelines for COVID prevention providing sanitized putters and balls.  Staff wears masks and are constantly cleaning.

They offer a grabber stick for those who would have difficulty picking up the ball from the hole or floor. Some of the holes are quite adventurous and some are dark for special effects.  For those with sight issues, bringing a small flash light may not be a bad idea.

Urban Pit also has a full bar and an Americana food menu


Note:  Urban Putt passed most of the criteria that we expect from a fully accessible venue.  However, there is no power door opener in the front.  Each time that I have attended the staff was ready and willing to have the second door open for you as you enter.


Author: Jaime Lewis

CCDC Transit Advisor