We finally have a piece of concept art for Universal’s new Hollywood Drive-In Mini-Golf courses.
Yesterday, Orlando United member JokerMan0925 grabbed a photo of the logo for the courses, that now adorns the construction walls.
Today, we have the first picture of construction going vertical. Photo courtesy of SeanHuck27.
Scheduled to open in CityWalk by early 2012, the experience is being designed by Universal’s creative team to do for miniature golf what a blockbuster theme park attraction does for a movie: bring it alive in an entirely new way. The two state-of-the art 18-hole courses will be unlike any other mini golf experience.
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. Cutting-edge interactive elements and special effects will immerse guests further into the “double feature,” and with LED course edge-lighting they can play day, night and late night.