Foscone’s Sir Goony Golf

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Goony Golf was located on Penn Avenue in Sinking Spring, right next to the old Sinking Spring Drive-In. Now the site is occupied by the parking lot of a strip shopping center. Foscone’s Golf Center was in operation from the 1960s until sometime in the mid-80s. The business also operated a go-kart racing track next to the mini golf.

Vintage Aerial photo – Pictured in 1967
Free Game tickets photo Courtesy of Robin Adams Kiebach

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Steven Rapak
Steven Rapak
7 years ago

You ROCK girl !
I grew up in West Wyomissing from the 60’s until 1982.
I have two albums on my Facebook you would probably enjoy.
Please do not copy or share any photos without asking as it took me a lifetime to personally photograph most of the pics.
Feel free to friend me on FB so you may view all of my albums – a good portion of which are nostalgic.
You’ll salivate over the , ( Care Free Days in the Convertible ) album.
Have a great day and lets keep in touch as some year I might move back to PA to open a Drive-In ( either eatery or movie theatre.
Steven Rapak (Hollywood Set designer and Builder from humble ‘ol Berks caaaaaaaaaaannnnnty naaaaaah.

Connie Fritz
Connie Fritz
7 years ago
Reply to  Steven Rapak

I belong to The Heidelberg Heritage Society of Wernersville for the 100th anniversary we where looking for pictures of Goony Golf for a book South Heidelberg did for their 100th anniversary also.So good to see these pictures.
If you have any pictures of other places of Wernernsville or South Heidelberg please share with our Society.We would appreciate the pictures for history.

Maria Bunch
Maria Bunch
8 months ago
Reply to  Connie Fritz

My Dad was so proud of his Goony Golf. We recently found a few Pictures & Slides, but not the Trove of Pictures there should be.


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