Sunday, June 07, 2009

19th Hole

Are you good at hitting a little ball into a little hole? It takes me countless tries and sometimes I just give up after 6, 7, or more strokes. :)
If you enlarge the picture, you can see the sign that says if you hit a certain spot at this 19th hole that rings the bell, you get to win a free game and do it all over again.


Have a nice Sunday,
Karen

8 comments:

Sue said...

Looks like fun. I'm sure I wouldn't win a free game, they might even ask me to step aside so others could play through.

roentarre said...

Karen, this is fantastic to see such animated fun set up.

I would to be on that as well.

Shutterbug said...

I actually went mini-golfing a week or so ago and WON that free game!! It was super exciting :o) Our final hole didn't have dragons though... just a boring old lighthouse...

AVCr8teur said...

Sue: Me too. I'm usually the bottleneck.

James: There were other interesting characters, but I couldn't go on the course unless I was playing.

Shutterbug: Wow, congratulations! Did you make sure the bell GONGed so everyone knew you won a free game. :)

RuneE said...

Somebody who really likes colour must have made that. I know nothing about the game og golf except what I learned from reading the books by P.G.Wodehouse. The 19th hole was always the bar...

Solo said...

Look like fun! =) I want to try it too.=) Feels like an exciting game.;D

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AVCr8teur said...

RuneE: From what I've seen, all miniature golfing places have these colorful and fun structures stationed at each hole. Perhaps a way to attract players. Of what little I know about golfing, there's only 18 holes in golf or 9 holes if you play the short game. The 19th hole is the slang for the bar golfers would go to after the game.

Solo: Golfing could be exciting if you are competing against someone or honing your skills. It can be quite tedious if you're an unskilled player like me. :)

dot said...

What fun! I'd wear myself out trying to hit the spot.