There’s more to a game of mini golf than you think. Read 10 benefits of choosing mini golf for your next family/friend outing!
In 1927, Garnet Carter patented his version of miniature golf. There were others with similar designs (Thomas Fairborn and James Barber), but Garnet was the first with a patent for the game. Thomas Fairborn patented his surface that others used, made with crushed cottonseed hulls mixed with oil, dyed green, and rolled on top […]history, mini golf
There Are Plenty of Ways to Improve Your Game 1. Practice your putts. No matter how many windmills and waterfalls they throw at you, miniature golf is really just a series of putting greens. Grip the putter securely, and swing from the shoulders, not the wrists. Don’t shift your feet, and keep the putter face […]adventure golf, dayton, mini golf, miniature golf tips