My family loves to play miniature golf, but there aren’t very many course that are near our home. I would love to have this indoor outdoor mini golf course so we could play together whenever we wanted.
Even though it seems kind of pricey, I suspect it would pay for itself pretty quickly when you compare it to the cost of playing at a regular course. (The courses near our home are $5 to $8 per game per person.)
I can think of a million ways to use this course. You could set it up inside for a fun rainy day activity. You could set it up outside for use during a family picnic. You could add some decorations to it and make a themed golf course for a holiday party.
For example, I think it would be great to add skeletons and pumpkins around the holes to make a Halloween themed mini golf course for kids who are too little for scary activities like going to a haunted house.
The pieces for the golf course are made of a rugged ABS plastic that will not crack or break. Since the course is made of many individual parts, it would be easy to adjust the difficulty level as needed to accommodate younger players.
The only downside I see to this product is that you only get one golf ball and putter. But, I imagine it wouldn’t be too hard to find extras at a sporting goods store if needed.
What do you think? Would your kids get a lot of use from their own miniature golf course?
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