Raise Your Mini Golf Game
Take your short game to the next level with this mini golf guide provided by Nomads Adventure Quest!
Mini Golf History
Miniature golf, also known as mini golf, mini-putt, crazy golf or putt-putt, is an offshoot of the sport of golf. In this case, it’s focused solely on putting, with shots typically spaced within 10 yards from the tee to the cup.
It should come as no surprise that the first recorded game of mini golf took place in Scotland, the cradle of golf. While the first, rudimentary shorter courses with artificial surfaces began to show up in Europe in the early part of the 20th century, mini golf debuted in the U.S. in Pinehurst, North Carolina in 1961.
Mini Golf Course Setup and Rules
Unlike standard golf, you need no special equipment or training to play mini golf—just show up, grab a supplied putter and ball, and have a blast with your family and friends.
Like standard golf, most mini golf courses have 18 holes. Every course also features unique, fun variations that make every hole different. You’ll also find obstacles on the course that offer fun challenges. They might be anything from a series of rocks to a windmill to trees to just about anything else. At Nomads Adventure Quest, players find themselves winding their way through a stone-age maze, complete with dinosaurs, cavemen and black lights that make every decoration glow in the dark!
The rules are simple. You move from numbered hole to hole in order, using your putter to get the ball from the tee to the cup in the shortest number of strokes. The player with the lowest number of strokes for the whole course wins. It’s that simple, making it easy for players of any age to participate.
Quick Tips for a Better Mini Golf Game
Here are some tips that can help you and your fellow players up your games.
Mini Golf Etiquette
Mini Golf Strategy
Try a new twist on an old favorite and take your mini golf game to a whole new level. Check out Mini Golf at Nomads Adventure Quest!
100 Bidwell Rd
South Windsor CT