Getting the Family and Community Involved with Mini-Golf Events

Getting the Family and Community Involved with Mini-Golf Events

Many people know miniature golf as a younger cousin of golf. The game made its entry into the United States in the early 1920s. By 1930, the United States had over 25,000 mini-golf courses around the nation. In fact, at the time, enthusiasts of the game built courses almost everywhere; from rooftops to vacant parking lots.

For many people, mini-golf is also more interesting and engaging than regular golf. Participants play this mini-version of regular golf on small greens/courses. Each course consists of a series of holes. To successfully putt a golf ball into one of the holes players must hit it through an obstacle. These obstacles are meant to make putting more challenging and more fun.

Yet, unlike regular golf, which many people consider an elite sport, mini-golf is a social sport. …

How to Plan a Mini Golf Fundraising Event Like a Pro!

How to Plan a Mini Golf Fundraising Event Like a Pro!

Outdoor fundraisers, particularly when the weather is warm, are a great way of raising money. What is even greater is an outdoor fundraising in which participants get to participate in a fun outdoor activity and at the same time, donate funds.

Miniature golf tournaments are popular among many people looking to fundraise. One of the reasons it is so popular is the fact that mini golf is a game fit for both adults and children.  It’s a great way to have some family fun in the state of New York for a good cause.

While these tournaments are a great way to raise funds, their success largely depends on how well it is planned and organized.

FIGMENT NYC Is Changing The Rules With Mini Golf Course Designs

FIGMENT NYC Is Changing The Rules With Mini Golf Course Designs

Community Involvement For Changes In Mini Golf Course Design

Governors Island New York has been an important destination for mini-golfing families for some years now. Many mini golf courses in the country find a theme, stick with it and continue to build their reputation.

Some of these classic parks have a sense of nostalgic charm because they retain their features and can be replayed year on year. The Park at Governor’s Island took an entirely different approach by teaming up with FIGMENT for their FIGMENT NYC summer projects.

FIGMENT Have Essentially Changed The Rule Book For Mini Golf Courses And Their Designs.

Golf Clubs Of New York Community Involvement

FIGMENT began life in 2007, which means that next summer’s mini golf will mark their ten year anniversary. At first, they started small. The company ran simple one-day community events with …

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