Wartime Minigolf Rules

  1. Players are asked to collect Bomb and Shrapnel splinters to save these causing damage to the mowing machines.
  2. In competitions, during gunfire, or while bombs are falling, players may take cover without penalty for ceasing play.
  3. The positions of known delayed-action bombs are marked by red flags placed at reasonably, but not guaranteed safe distance therefrom.
  4. Shrapnel/and/or bomb splinters on the Fairways, or in Bunkers within a club’s length of a ball may be moved without penalty, and no penalty shall be incurred if a ball is thereby caused to move accidentally.
  5. A ball moved by enemy action may be replaced, or if lost or destroyed, a ball may be dropped not nearer the hole without penalty.
  6. A ball lying in a crater may be lifted and dropped not nearer the hole, preserving the line to the hole without penalty.
  7. A player whose stroke is affected by the simultaneous explosion of a bomb may play another ball from the same place. Penalty, one stroke.

http://www.therichmondgolfclub.com/wartime-rules/

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Minigolf rules v1

1. Don’t play the ball at cat, walk towards him and he will move.
2. Respect the nature!
3. You play at own risk, watch out for branches, safety glasses available.
4. Play ball from marked startpoint.
5. Every stroke is 1, maximum 8 shots.
6. Ball leaves course, 1 shot penalty, replace ball at previous shot position.
7. If ball cannot be hit cleanly, move 10cm sideways.
8. Ball in water is 2 shot penalty, play shot again from previous short position.
9. Lost ball = 1 euro (balls don’t grow on trees)
10. Report all probs to Genghis

pirate golf

[now with fotos]

It is with no small pleasure that i can announce after a long period of dialogue and discussion, we have finally begun construction of a minigolf course on the terrain.

AWESOME

We have already made two holes, one on concrete with lots of animal toys, a second on mud through the trees with a wicked bend. I’m very happy this has got off the ground and we have a few other holes planned, one on wood, one a real adventure course with pipes and lots of trees (i have to hack my way through a small forest to make this one).

Getting going was hard, it was a sort of chicken/egg situation in the sense of not knowing what the first step would be, then it all happened suddenly after a conversation with B and S.

S has some golf clubs and balls tucked away somewhere at his place so he gets honorary membership if he brings them round, and B is full of good ideas.

This is happening!