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THINK 'THE BLOB' MEETS 'THE LEGEND OF BAGGER VANCE'

Forget windmills, waterfalls and even baby alligators. Universal Studios is going Hollywood with a new 36-hole miniature golf course attraction at its CityWalk area early next year. The attraction, called Hollywood Drive-In Golf, will consist of two state-of-the-art 18-hole courses. A press release describes the experience this way: Inspired by the classic drive-in movie era, guests will be whisked into an elaborately themed environment based on the vintage horror flicks and "little green men" science-fiction films of the 1950s. As they experience two family friendly courses, the Haunting of Ghostly Greens and Invaders From Planet Putt, guests will putt their way through elaborate movie-style scenes, passing through a cemetery, under a giant spider, through a flying saucer and into the basement lab in a haunted house. It will be just below the first level of CityWalk and next to the AMC Cineplex.

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