After a successful inaugural year of Larkin Links Nano Golf, the course has been broken down and put away for the winter. If you were one of the lucky ones that got to play a round or two this past summer, then you know that the fun-filled creative miniature golf course brought a lot of smiles to players’ faces. Each of the holes represented a different aspect of the city, making the game as interesting as it was challenging… and it was super challenging!
Moving forward, Larkin Development Group is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) in order to add three new holes to the free-to-play, public micro links (three holes will be retired in the process). The three winners will receive a monetary stipend upon delivering a ready-to-play hole to the course in May. “Larkin Links continued our desire to bring public art to Larkinville,” said Larkin Square Director of Fun Leslie Zemsky. “Players of all ages enjoyed playing a free round on what we think is Buffalo’s most unique mini golf course, a few new holes will keep the surprise and delight of playing a round intact.”
Who: Larkin Links Nano Golf
What: RFP for three new holes for the golf course – winners based on creativity and challenge of play
When: Proposals due back March 14, 2016
Where: Larkin Links 763 Swan St. Larkinville
Why: Add some new surprises for 2016
The Request for Proposal (RFP) may be found on the LarkinSquare.com website.