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MINIGOLF WHEREVER YOU LIKE

MINIGOLF WHEREVER YOU LIKE

myminigolf

 

myminigolf is the first minigolf course to go. The high-quality ABS plastic obstacle parts are manufactured in original size, unbreakable, UV- and weather-resistant here in Germany. Combinable to each other they are simply placed on the floor and the game is on. 

As crossover between Golf and Minigolf the game is played without surrounding fences.

Awarded with "Movement and Innovation", the "Spiel gut" sign and winner of the "Golf Europe Product Award 2008"

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Our standard mini-golf sets are containing of 13 high-quality plastic parts made in germany, clubs, balls and scoring-pads.

The sets are coming in a sturdy box surrounded by a black nylon carrying case

MINIGOLF ALLWAYS AND EVERYWHERE

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Indoors on stone and carpet floors...

on wood or parket floors...

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outdoors at tarmac and concrete...

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on the green grass..

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at the golf course...

and even on ice

OUR COMPLETE  OBSTACLE PROGRAM

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warm-up, Ø 340mm

To warm up, start with a simple end-hole, of which there are 4 per set.

In addition the warm-up is used as end hole for Bridge, 360 und Daytona.

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wave, 640 x 250 x 130mm

The hole at the highest point of the Wave needs to be played accurately.

Otherwise, you have to re-try from the other side.

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towers, 450 x 80mm 

The Towers consists of four ramparts making the putting quite difficult.

You must play the ball between them to reach the target-hole.

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maze, 410 x 360 x 130mm

At the maze, only the central ramp will get you to the hole.

Otherwise the ball will come back to you and you will need to re-try

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bridge, 670 x 150 x 190mm

You must get across the bridge before you can attempt the end-hole

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360, 400 x 330 x 410mm

Exactly the right amount of swing is needed for the Loop, in order for the ball to travel all the way round, lining you-up for the end-hole.

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acapulco, 420 x 350 x 110mm

The spiral winds slowly upwards and need just the right amount of power to get the ball into the hole at the top.

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daytona, 650 x 300 x 110mm

Two steep curves can be placed in succession. This obstacle needs a more forceful swing.

Once achieved, the ball can be putted into the separate finish-hole.

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volcano, 550 X 80mm

The steep sides of the Volcano have to be played with vigour in-order to get the ball into the crater.

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