Playing mini Golf is much older than you think. The very first mini-Golf course was built back in 1867 at the Ladies ‘ club of St Andrews. At that time, not many ladies could safely make Golf pitches. An experimental mini-Golf Playground was created for them.
The first mini Golf courses were actually miniature versions of large courses. They had greens, fairways, sand traps, and So continued until the great depression, after which the mini-Golf has become too expensive. At that time, people started building their own obstacle courses. Continue reading
You can only make a decision in favor of a particular way of playing by comparing all the nuances inherent in each of them. However, let’s start with what unites Golf in an open space and in artificial conditions:
· The basic principle is the same for both versions of Golf: “I made a good shot – I had fun.”
* Clubs and balls-familiar
· The main opponent is one-field or simulator
· The technique of hitting the ball is similar Continue reading