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Parts of Dragon’s Lair removed for future growth at Broadway at the Beach

A Broadway at the Beach official said Tuesday that the construction around the Dragon’s Lair Fantasy Golf Course is indicative of growth and not of the golf course going away.

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Lei Gainer, spokeswoman for Broadway owner Burroughs & Chapin Co. Inc., said, “A portion of Dragon’s Lair Fantasy Golf Course is being removed to accommodate future offerings at Broadway at the Beach. BATB will announce those new tenants once finalized.

“Dragon’s Lair is open daily with 18 holes of miniature golf available for play.”

A photo taken June 12 showed crumbled walls around Dragon’s Lair and officials initially did not announce the reason for the piled up bricks.