September 2004 - LAN, a major architectural firm of Houston, TX, hires Miniature Golf of America as a consultant in the design and supervision of the Sports Recreation Facility at Lamar University.
October 2004 - Freddy Hill Farms in Lansdale, PA, a family owned and operated dairy farm and family entertainment center for 15 years, contracts Miniature Golf of America to replace and construct an 18-hole miniature golf course to complement their existing facility.
February 2005 – Billy Michaels, President of Miniature Golf of America appears on the Discovery Channel’s hit show “Monster House: Mini-Golf House” as the miniature golf course construction expert.
June 2005 – Miniature Golf of America breaks ground on an 18-hole miniature golf course at The Range in North Adams, MA. Plans include the replication of national historic sites such as the Hoosac Tunnel and
Mt. Greylock War Memorial.
July 2005 – The Range (North Adams, MA) opens for business to record numbers – exceeding all expectations for the season.
September 2005 – Miniature Golf of America completes work on an 18-hole course at Mountain Nut Putt-Putt, the first miniature golf course in Truckee/Lake Tahoe, CA.
October 2005 – Miniature Golf of America receives a permit to build a 36-hole miniature golf course and a 10-stall batting cage at Willowbrook Golf Center in Wayne, NJ.
November 2005 – Miniature Golf of America exhibits for the first time at the IAAPA (International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions) Trade Show in Atlanta, GA.