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Get your putter ready. This attraction may come to South Hall
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An 18-hole miniature golf course, five batting cages and a restaurant are proposed for a site off of Spout Springs Road in Braselton in South Hall. - photo by Jeff Gill

Jan. 10 update: The Braselton Town Council is voting Monday, Jan. 13, on a proposed 18-hole miniature golf course off Spout Springs Road without a recommendation from the town's planning commission. 

Three votes are needed for a recommendation, and, with just three members at its Dec. 23 meeting, the planning board couldn't reach a unanimous decision. 

The council meeting is at 7 p.m. at the Braselton Police & Municipal Court building, 5040 Ga. Highway 53.


Previous story: An 18-hole miniature golf course, five batting cages and a restaurant are proposed for a site off of Spout Springs Road in Braselton in South Hall.

The golf course would include water features, including ponds, spray fountain and a “boulder waterfall,” according to a design that’s part of the application.

Braselton Planning Commission

What: Public hearing on proposed miniature golf course, batting cages and restaurant at 7304 and 7310 Spout Springs Road

When: 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 23

Where: Braselton Police and Municipal Court Building, 5040 State Route 53

The 19,000-square-foot course, which would be near a Publix-anchored shopping center and just north of Friendship Springs Boulevard, also would feature bridges and a practice green.

Plans also call for a 3,500-square-foot restaurant on the property. Other details weren’t available.

“It is my intent to begin this project as soon as I can get approval from Braselton,” said Joanne Liu in the application.

She is asking for a permit for an “outdoor amusement or recreational attraction” on the property, which is zoned for general commercial.

The proposal is set to go before the Braselton Planning Commission for a public hearing on Monday, Dec. 23. The Braselton Mayor and Council is set to hold a public hearing on the proposal Jan. 9.

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