September 14, 2007

no caddy required

Mini Golf Course

As a loud and proud mini golf fan, I am all about this mini golf set I saw on Uncrate. Available from Unica Home, my mini golf course comes complete with a putter, balls, holes, banks and a loop de loop.

It's pretty pricey ($420), but you can get tons of use out of it. Take the course, in its handy carrying case, from a kids' party to your office Olympics to any casual get-together, indoors or out.

Posted by Eva on September 14, 2007 in Kids , Parties

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Miniature golf is great, but that's a hefty pricetag. Where are the windmill and the dinosaur? I like the idea of my own mini-golf course but until the price comes down I think I'm stuck with croquet.

Miniature golf is great, but that's a hefty pricetag. Where are the windmill and the dinosaur? I like the idea of my own mini-golf course but until the price comes down I think I'm stuck with croquet.

Apologies to all, I didn't mean to stutter.

Hey Dale,
Great ideas about the windmill and dinosaur. Those are key to maximum mini-golf enjoyment. I guess you'd have to make your own, which could be pretty fun.

I have done this before but divided people into teams and gave them a cardboard box, a roll of masking tape, a pair of scissors. Each team had to create their own hole and estimate the par for it. Then they were each given a wire hanger they fashioned into a golf club (simply straighten it out and form a small square on the bottom of one end of it and wrap it in tape over the square to make the face of the putter) give everyone a plastic golf ball and you have your own course. Great for a rainy day at home or at the cottage! People have as much fun making the hole as playing through. Enjoy!

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