The rules of mini Golf
As a rule, mini Golf is popular with those who are looking for entertainment in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. It also exists as a more serious competitive sport in various professional leagues. There are also many families, teenagers, and couples around the world who play like Golf experts.
Preparing for the game
You don’t need anything supernatural to play mini Golf. All you need is clubs and balls, which are always in abundance on any mini-Golf course. Each site is unique and different from the others. This applies to the design and location of the holes on the field. According to the world mini Golf sports Federation, obstacles on the mini Golf course must be fixed for ease of play. But they should not be completely insurmountable, because then the game loses its meaning.
Goal of the game
In mini Golf, as in regular Golf, the game is played on a field with 18 holes (holes in the ground). Each hole is marked and numbered for ease of play. Players make shots on the ball, following the numbering of holes, without missing anything. Players use the same clubs as for traditional Golf, and knock the ball into the hole directly from the ” tee ” zone. The goal of the game is to drive the ball into the hole with the least number of strokes. The total number of strokes per hole should not exceed seven. The winner is the player with the fewest innings.
According to the world sports Federation of mini Golf, before each stroke, the ball must come into contact with the club, which is held with two hands. Accidental contact with the ball is not considered a serve. Only those serves in which the player made a swing are considered acceptable. If after the first strike, the ball does not cross the red line or the line of the field boundary, the player should repeat the feed from the ” tee ” zone. If the ball crosses the field boundary line and bounces into the out-of-play zone, the player will be penalized and will make the next pitch from the place where the ball went out of bounds.