National Miniature Golf Day
National Miniature Golf Day is just around the corner! This is a great family day and a chance to improve your putting skills in one package. Be on the lookout for windmill turbines.
National Miniature Golf Day gives you the perfect excuse for a round of miniature golf. There are many miniature golf courses around the globe, so you’re bound to find some in your area. Miniature golf is accessible to all levels of golfers, regardless of their ability. It’s so much fun. You will be entertained and have fun with many different themes and holes. You are missing out if you haven’t tried miniature golf before. National Miniature Golf Day is your perfect chance to try it!
Miniature golf is full of fascinating facts and interesting snippets. You can get miniature golf courses that glow in the dark! It’s pretty cool, right? These courses were first developed in Finland and other Scandinavian nations. These northern countries have long, dark nights with short days. Glow courses and glow balls allowed them to play miniature golf at any time of the year. The concept is quite unique and has been adopted by many countries and companies all over the globe. Who doesn’t love doing something in a darkened environment?
Mini golf is fun, but it’s not for everyone. There are mini golf tournaments all over the world. The WMF recognizes four types of mini-golf tournaments. The Mini Golf Open Standards (MOS), Concrete Golf, Felt Golf and Miniature Golf are all recognized by the WMF.
We need to examine the history and origins of miniature golf in order to understand the history behind National Miniature Golf Day. This can be traced back to the 19th Century. This invention was originally designed to allow women to play golf. It was considered very unladylike to have a golf club raised above the shoulder in Victorian Scotland. You can’t even raise a golf club higher than your shoulder. You could, but it would be difficult. Just imagine how much time it would take you to navigate the course. The good news is that things have changed but our love of miniature golf has not.
In 1867, the first miniature version of golf was created. The Ladies Putting Club at St. Andrews was responsible for this. This was a European “secret” for most of the 19th century. People outside Europe first heard about miniature golf in the late 19th century and began to play it. It was a huge success when it was first introduced in the United States. It was a huge success in America after the First World War, and continued to be popular until the 1930s. The game was so popular that there were 150 mini-golf courses in New York City at the time. Many of these courses were located on top of iconic high-rise buildings. Many of these mini-golf courses were closed down after the Great Depression. Pinehurst, California was the home of the first US-recognizable golf course. Thistle Dhu was the name of the course, and it is to be pronounced like this’ll do. This is a play-one word, which means that the golf course will replace a full-size one.
Miniature golf is the best way to celebrate National Miniature Golf Day. You will find many great miniature golf courses all over the globe, so it shouldn’t be difficult to find one in your area. Local golf has many benefits. There are no restrictions on the number of players. Enjoy a game with your friends or family. You could also go on your own to enjoy a little bit of quiet time and miniature golf. You can choose to do it all.
You can also find out the top Miniature Golf courses in the world by doing some research online. You will be amazed at the incredible golf courses available if you do some research online. Let’s start by showing you around the New York course, Around The World in 18 Holes. This course’s name is enough to convey the theme. This 40-year-old course places a lot of emphasis on European and Oriental destinations as you navigate the holes. Thailand is home to another incredible miniature golf course. You will find it in Phuket, called the Dino Park golf course. The golf course includes incredible scale replicas and environments of some of the most dangerous dinosaurs from the Jurassic period. The surroundings of this miniature golf course include everything you could want, from a roaring T-rex to a cave in the lava rock. It is difficult to focus on your game in such a stunning setting. We recommend other golf courses, such as Treasure Island Adventure Golf in Auckland, New Zealand and Lexington Ice Centre in Kentucky, United States.