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Cullen has been playing mini-golf since he was a child.
For more information about the Library Mini-Golf Event or Friends of the Westborough Public Library, go to www.smore.com/envh or www.westboroughlib.org.
We consulted both with the Library Mini-Golf staff and with libraries who had previously hosted events to gather the best strategies.
You will be entitled to a round of mini-golf on the fantastic 18-hole course for up to two adults and two children (under 16s).
Harris has been building mini-golf courses for over 50 years.
Securing funding from RBS Business Banking, Mr Whitehead has created two state-of-the-art 18-hole mini-golf courses, one which is fully accessible to wheelchair users, in a former night club at Star City.
Sadly the best of Beal's picks is now defunct: The Golgotha Fun Park mini-golf course in Kentucky.
July 19: Mini-Golf Night in Seebach starting at 19h00
* In 1927, Garnet Carter patented the first miniature golf game, which he called "Tom Thumb Golf." He hoped his mini-golf course, located on Lookout Mountain in Tennessee, would attract people to his neighboring hotel and its full-length golf course.
The cruise ship boasts an ice-skating rink, a rock-climbing wall, a 1,350-seat theater, a mini-golf course and a large casino.
After her lessons, she let me and my brother hit some balls and even play mini-golf. I liked hitting the ball off the tee.
Mick Cullen, a College of Lake County instructor of human services and a world record holder in miniature golf, is a contestant on the July 18 installment of "Holey Moley," a new competition series on ABC-TV that showcases mini-golf lovers from around the country as they compete through an epic obstacle golf course for a $25,000 prize.