As BIG fans of minigolf and the summer Emily and I have created a Summer Mini Golf Checklist
containing 18 fun minigolf 'things to do', plus a 19th hole activity.
1. Play at five different minigolf courses
2. Score par or better on a course
3. Compete in a miniature golf tournament
4. Score seven holes-in-one
5. Play a game of Pitch & Putt miniature golf
6. Play at a Pirate Adventure Golf course
7. Play a course with a Jungle-theme
8. Play a dinosaur-themed course
9. Play three windmill obstacles
10. Play at a space-themed course
11. Read a book about minigolf
12. Play a portable or pop-up course
13. Play at an indoor course (it doesn't have to be on a rainy day)
14. Play a course on a pier
15. Find and post a minigolf postcard
16. Post about minigolf on social media and use the hashtags #minigolf and #summerminigolf19
17. Play three loop-di-loop obstacles
18. Play minigolf at a garden centre
19th hole – Win a FREE GAME on a Lucky Last Hole!
Summer in the Northern Hemisphere began on the 21st June and ends on the 23rd September. But wherever you are in the world during the 'summer' months we hope you enjoy ticking off the activities on the Mini Golf Checklist
As an added bonus to the minigolfing fun we're offering the first three people to complete the Summer Mini Golf Checklist
a free game with us, either at their local course (if we're in the area), or at one of our local courses (if they're in the area).
There are lots of websites, blogs and resources out there to help you complete the checklist.
Do post on social media about how you're progressing using the hashtags #MummerMiniGolf19, #minigolf and if you're doing any minigolfing on a Monday use #MiniGolfMonday.
Have a brilliant summer!
Richard Gottfried blogs about minigolf at The Ham and Egger Files. He's also the Curator of the Crazy Golf Museum and author of The Minigolfer's Guide to Marketing.
The views expressed in this blog are solely the views of the writer and do not represent the World Minigolf Sport Federation (WMF), Minigolfnews.com or any other organization that the writer may be associated with unless expressly stated in the blog.