An All American Story
Step through the door! SURPRISE! It’s really Big!
Bright blue floors scattered with red white and blue stars lead past games, batting cages, and a baseball store full of hundreds of items.
The Putt Putt course winds through arches to the Oregon Room, and the US Room which has wall-sized original art, including the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and more.
Owner Dick Davis moved to Lincoln City when he was 3 years old and since then his life in LC has been centered around baseball. He was a four year letterman at Taft High School and played on a team that went to the state tournament in the 50’s. His coach (Roy Harrington) was voted into the Oregon Baseball Hall of Fame in the late 80’s. Dick coached Little League for years – coaching both his son and grandson.
Dick had a logging business with his brother, but when his brother and business partner became ill, Dick’s logging business ended.
And so in 1966 (at age 59) when alot of people are aligning their retirement funds, Dick sold the CAT used for logging, took out the mutual funds, mortgaged the house and started over. He and his wife, LaRena, purchased the original Putt Putt Golf (with hand-made holes), and with the hard work and help of family redesigned, cleaned and painted – and turned a once condemned facility into a place for fun for the whole family.
Son Darin and daughter-in-law Stacy came into the business with their HeadQuarters4Sports.
And THE PUTT even owns its own home now.
I wish I had a place to go to like this when I was a kid”
The American Dream… The land of opportunity.
God Bless America