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Make Your Own Putt-Putt Course With My Mini Golf

Make Your Own Putt-Putt Course With My Mini Golf

By Luke Anderson

If Putt-Putt were a professional sport, I would likely make an attempt to join a team. When I was a kid we would have to drive over an hour to reach the nearest Putt-Putt course, which meant that was a rare treat. Since those times I’ve always secretly thought about making my own private course, but those sorts of things take a good bit of money. If you’re looking for a small course that won’t set you back a couple thousand bucks, here is the My Mini Golf miniature golf course.

I have to say that while the idea seemed exciting, I am really underwhelmed. You only get a total of 7 plastic pieces, which I’m sure will be plenty of fun if you position them correctly. What really turns me off to the product is the $329 price tag. That breaks down to almost $50 for each piece of plastic, which is a bit salty in my book.

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  • anon

    Luke failed out of maths in school.

    329 / 13 = ~$25/each

  • Gourry

    Hey, $25 is “almost $50” heh

  • Monde

    It is a professional sport (don't you watch ESPN-2?). Start here: http://www.thepmga.com/ and enjoy your new career

  • LukeAnderson

    Much to my math teacher's displeasure, I am actually pretty good with numbers. My memory, however, fails me at times.

    The correct number of pieces is 7, however, the site I sourced came up with 13. After I investigated further, I found that on the manufacturer's site they list only 7. Thus they are close to $50 each. I corrected the dollar amount, but failed to change the listed number of pieces.

    I've corrected this, and decided to purchase one of those memory games for my DS tomorrow….if I remember.

  • LukeAnderson

    Much to my math teacher's displeasure, I am actually pretty good with numbers. My memory, however, fails me at times.

    The correct number of pieces is 7, however, the site I sourced came up with 13. After I investigated further, I found that on the manufacturer's site they list only 7. Thus they are close to $50 each. I corrected the dollar amount, but failed to change the listed number of pieces.

    I've corrected this, and decided to purchase one of those memory games for my DS tomorrow….if I remember.

  • LukeAnderson

    Much to my math teacher's displeasure, I am actually pretty good with numbers. My memory, however, fails me at times.

    The correct number of pieces is 7, however, the site I sourced came up with 13. After I investigated further, I found that on the manufacturer's site they list only 7. Thus they are close to $50 each. I corrected the dollar amount, but failed to change the listed number of pieces.

    I've corrected this, and decided to purchase one of those memory games for my DS tomorrow….if I remember.