Par-tee food: our top ten mini golf recipes

As the Summer party season kicks off and outdoor mini golf becomes a thing again, we thought we’d throw out some catering ideas to keep your al fresco mini golf party swinging. Par-tee snacks are necessary on the mini golf course to keep spirits up and just celebrate life generally. Nobody should have to putt on an empty stomach. Don’t let hunger be an obstacle – there are enough of those already. So let’s get stuck in to the Putterfingers Top Ten snack list, by appointment to Her Majesty The Green.

Low Bounce Jelly

Par-tee food low bounce jelly

We sell low bounce jelly practice balls and they are great, but due to consumer protection laws and the Food Standards Agency we wouldn’t recommend eating them. So here is an alternative recipe from BBC Good Food: https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/summer-berry-lime-jellies

Banana PARfait

Par-tee food banana parfait

If you put enough bananas in, and maybe a bit of food colouring, this one will match our yellow foam edge bumpers and is just the snack to help you putt out of your skin. It’s naughty but nice and will definitely help to keep your scores down and avoid too many slip-ups. https://www.greatbritishchefs.com/recipes/banana-parfait-recipe

Bread and PUTTER Pudding

Par-tee food bread and butter pudding

The ultimate energy-giver, this classic uses up stale white bread and gives it a custardy, raisiny, nutmeggy, sugary, creamy, cinnamonny coating that raises it to a hole new level. https://www.thespruceeats.com/bread-and-butter-pudding-recipe-435728

Surf ‘n’ Astroturf

par-tee food surf n turf minigolf food

Simply cook this, put it into tortilla shells and cover it in chopped rocket or parsley for that Astro turf look. Big golfers can also enjoy it because it contains LOBster. https://www.dinneratthezoo.com/surf-and-turf-recipe/

The Bogie Hoagie

par-tee food minigolf bogie hoagie

After holing out in one over par, sink your gnashers into one of these to console yourself. This one would be ideal at Sandwich Mini Golf course. https://cookienameddesire.com/how-to-build-the-perfect-hoagie/

Club Sandwich

par-tee food club sandwich mini golf

Instead of a cocktail stick or little wooden skewer to hold together this tower of punning deliciousness, use a golf tee. https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/a32714107/club-sandwich-recipe/

Toad in the Hole

par-tee food toad in the hole mini golf

Most people know how to make this classic dish or knows someone who does, so no need for a recipe LINK here. Just make sure to BATTER your opponents into submission.

Tweed Jacket Potato

Par-tee food tweed jacket potato

The traditional prize for the British Adventure Golf Masters is a tweed jacket from a charity shop. Mirroring the even more famous Green Jacket from the ‘big golf’ Masters, it is the most coveted prize in mini golf. Why not have your own prize for the winner: a jacket potato cooked with the skin scored in a criss-cross pattern to make it come out looking like a tweed jacket?

Golf Ball Salad

par-tee food golf ball salad mozzarella

This one looks the part. Mini mozzarella balls drizzled with olive oil and balsamic vinegar with garlic, basil and cherry tomatoes. That will fill a hole. https://thriftyjinxy.com/mozz/

G and Tee

par-tee food g and tee mini golf

Here are ten different ways to make this classic cooling drink to calm your nerves out on the mini golf course. https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/howto/guide/10-gin-and-tonics-twist

Got any more suggestions for par-tee food, snacks and drinks? Send them to office@eventstuff.ltd and we’ll share them on social media!

Marketing for minigolf: Richard Gottfried

Marketing for minigolf

Putterfingers’ long-time friend and mini golf supremo Richard Gottfried has been busy. This is nothing new. He is, after all, half of the couple who regularly hit the news with their project to play every single crazy golf course in the country. With wife Emily he has played hundreds of minigolf courses and tirelessly blogged about them ever since 2006. As new courses pop up the Gottfrieds feel compelled to visit and play them, so their task is never done. The current tally is hovering around the 1,000 mark. Read about the Crazy World of Minigolf Tour here!

Marketing and minigolf Richard Gottfried
Image courtesy of Richard Gottfried

Richard is a marketing expert whose publications include The Minigolfer’s Guide to Marketing, a unique book that blends marketing and minigolf. It applies marketing techniques to minigolf and vice versa and is a must-read for anyone with an interest in the two subjects. He operates as a consultant in minigolf marketing by applying his deep knowledge of aspects of minigolf including course operators, pop-ups, competitions, equipment, national associations, international federations, clubs, suppliers, designers, builders and technology providers.

Marketing for minigolf
Image courtesy of Richard Gottfried

Among Richard’s latest efforts to promote mini golf is an article in the Interfun Expo Guide for UK Operators (page 13) which provides tips on how best to treat and communicate with customers in the light of COVID-19. With people emerging from government restrictions, he predicts a big uptick in demand for leisure activities like mini golf, even going so far as to say that demand will outstrip supply for a while. He encourages operators to go the extra mile to make customers feel welcome and secure upon their return to the mini golf course and to add as much warmth, goodwill and credibility as possible.

One example of how to achieve this is Cornwall Football Golf – admittedly not a crazy golf venue but operating along very similar lines. They have chosen Putterfingers to supply some additional signage to communicate with customers and make them feel welcome and cared for. Here are the boards they chose – call Putterfingers if you would like to discuss something similar to brighten up your mini golf course.

Marketing for mini golf
golf course branding banners marketing minigolf

In the meantime, we wish Richard and Emily Gottfried all the best in their quest for minigolf completeness and we are cheering them on all the way!

Golf event branding by Putterfingers Print

Putterfingers are now offering a range of large format print products to enhance golf courses. We have the technology and design expertise to print branded photo boards, leader boards, banners and other display media. We’re on a mission to make golf and mini golf venues look more attractive and professional!

golf course branding banners

Face in hole boards

The face in hole boards are colourful, fun, free-standing images featuring characters with the faces cut out and holes for people to put their own face in. They are similar to traditional seaside face in hole boards but brought up to date with modern designs and materials for today’s marketing and branding needs. A branded, golf-themed face in hole board is a photo opportunity for customers to snap and share, with the venue’s brand front and centre. It is good for boosting brand awareness and adding extra fun for customers.

Leader boards

We will soon be offering branded leader boards and winner photo opportunity boards. These ideas will be on our website soon, so keep checking back or give us a call if you like the idea of these engagement-boosting visual features. They are great for your marketing and provide extra fun for your customers.

Golf print media example

One of the first customers we provided branded photo boards to was Cornwall Football Golf. The boards work in exactly the same way for golf, minigolf and adventure golf courses and for Putterfingers minigolf course hires and purchases. So why not order one to create extra visual impact and photo opportunities at your minigolf course?

The image above is the design for a board featuring two football players flanking England’s number 11 player and raising a trophy, with the football golf course in the background. Notice the website address, social media handle and hashtag. These are there so that visitors to tag their photos, which gives Cornwall Football Golf some extra online exposure.

Accompanying that board is a photo stand-in – a branded frame with a large cutout for several people to get into. Again, the idea is to get visitors to share their photos online, which helps to spread the message about the attraction.

Marketing mini golf course print media

Print banners

We also provide large format printed materials such as banners for marketing messages and announcements. These can be fixed to walls or freestanding and moveable. For indoor communications, you could choose a branded and custom-designed roller banner.

Get an edge over competitors

Looking to attract more customers and get better reviews? Add visual appeal with Putterfingers print products, created by the Minigolf Masters!

Boost your visual presence by calling us on 01842 337 100 or using our contact form!

Minigolf magic for corporate fun days

Minigolf for corporate fun days
A recent hire at the offices of Orms Designers & Architects. Being designers and architects, they created their own obstacles!

Experience has shown us that mini golf is always a hit at corporate fun days. It brings people together for networking and team building and can boost morale and productivity. Our mini golf hire courses are modular, which means they can be assembled to fit virtually any space, indoors or outdoors. The equipment is designed to fit into the footprint of a standard lift shaft, so that no matter which floor the event happens on in multi-storey buildings, getting the equipment up and down between floors is as simple as possible.

Crazy golf hire corporate fun days
A breakout area on the roof at WeWork, Momument, London

Minigolf hire is a sure fire success at team building events, annual parties, open days, staff fun days and even training days. It can also be used by management to observe employees in their natural habitat. A Morrisons manager told us:

“We used the mini golf setup with obstacles to set our managers the challenge of finding the shortest solution to get the ball in the hole, thus using the golf as an analogy to overcome obstacles in the workflow processes.”

It has also been shown to help interviewees relax on the recruitment treadmill and show who they really are. As one entrepreneur said:

““Within half an hour of entering the room, interviewees are more relaxed. What they don’t realise is that over a game of mini-golf, they’re giving off who they are as people – we get to know them better than if they were in a stale white room with a desk.” More on that here.

Minigolf can be seen as a microcosm of golf. ‘Big golf’ is famous for being a place where deals are struck and businesspeople have a chance to discover each other’s true characters. With a minigolf hire for a corporate event, you get a similar competitive environment distilled into a smaller area.

Corporate fun days mini golf hire
A few of the corporate customers we have supplied with mini golf hire.

Putterfingers mini golf courses can be fully branded for corporate fun days and other business events. Tee-off mats, edge bumpers and scorecards can all carry a firm’s logo and message. This can make employees feel good about their employer as a source of fun, impresses visitors and looks professional.

Some companies chose to hire a minigolf course for a week for their breakout area, just for staff to enjoy. It helps staff to relax and get to know each other better.

Minigolf breakout room

To hire a minigolf course for a company event like a fun day, even if it’s at (fairly!) short notice, call the Putterfingers team on 01842 337 100, fill in our contact form or send us an email.

Planning a BIG minigolf break

Guest Blog post by Richard Gottfried of The Ham and Egger Files.

You may be looking ahead to getting out and about a bit more and if you want to make up for lost time on the minigolf course. Here are our top tips for finding courses near you and making the most of a crazy golfing road-trip. These come courtesy of minigolf supremo and tireless crazy golf course finder Richard Gottfried. See the link at the bottom of this post to visit his amazing minigolf blog chronicling nearly a THOUSAND crazy golf course visits!

Start at home

Before your trip it’s a wise manoeuvre to map out all of the courses at your final destination. There are a number of ways to find out the best places to play.

Google is your friend

Get online and search your target location for courses to play. Remember though that not all courses will have a website or online presence so we will often search on Google Maps and Street View to find hidden places to play.

Crazy golf courses
Richard Gottfried playing Pirates Landing indoor Adventure Crazy Golf at the Fairworld Amusement Arcade in Cleethorpes 18-05-18 by Emily Gottfried

Are you keen to play all flavours of miniature golf, are you only looking to play newer adventure golf layouts, or do you prefer traditional seaside crazy golf? You’ll want to input the right keywords to get the best results. Sometimes ‘minigolf’ is used to mean Pitch & Putt courses or Putting Greens. If they’re not your cup of tea then you’ll need to be more specific if you’re looking for pirates, dinosaurs or jungle-themes.

You can also check out our blog and social media to keep up-to-date with new course openings and tips on where to play.

A classic way to plan

As mentioned, not all courses have an online presence, or if they do, it might not always appear high-up in the pages of online search results so don’t forget a classic way to plan your UK getaway is to request a brochure from a resort or town’s local tourist information centre. A lot of the courses we’ve found are those listed on maps of seasides.

The journey

Getting there is half the fun right?

Your end point may be one of those minigolfing hot-spots such as Skegness, Hastings, Great Yarmouth, Cleethorpes, Scarborough or Blackpool but there is a very good chance that you’ll be passing by any number of the new breed of inland courses en route. Why not plan a couple of stops on the way…?

Crazy golf courses Prestatyn
Richard Gottfried playing Crazy Golf in Prestatyn September 2018 by Emily Gottfried

Staying the course

Some hotels are home to crazy golf and putting courses and if you’re keen to maximise your playing time then this might be an option for you.

Most holiday camps and caravan parks – and some camp sites – are also home to a minigolf course. These are sometimes only open to people staying at the site, but we have found some excellent courses that are open to day guests and the public.

Pay-to-enter

You may also find that there are minigolf courses in pay-to-enter attractions in the area you are staying on holiday. Farm parks, model villages, zoos, maize mazes and other places can often be the location of a course.

Crazy golf courses Rhyl
Emily Gottfried at the Pirate Island Adventure Golf at Lyons Robin Hood Holiday Camp in Rhyl 230917 by Richard Gottfried

Late night games

The days of courses closing when the sun goes down are gone and a number of courses now have floodlights installed to allow play to go on long into the night.

There are also a lot more indoor options now compared to when our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour began in 2006. Back then there were just two indoor courses in the whole of the UK. There are now more than 100 indoor venues to play. A real bonus if the British summer weather doesn’t quite deliver.

If you play any fun or quirky courses be sure to let us know about them!

National Miniature Golf Day 2021

National Miniature golf day UK 2021

One of the pleasures of being British is doing things a bit differently from the rest of the world. Miniature Golf Day is celebrated in the USA and everywhere else on the 21st of September. But National Miniature Golf Day happens on the second Saturday in May and is celebrated by minigolf geeks around the British Isles. This year it falls on the 8th of May. To thicken the plot, the second Saturday in May is also celebrated in the USA – but some sources call it National Miniature Golf Day and others call it Miniature Golf Day. Which is great, really. Because there are two opportunities a year to celebrate our fantastic sport!

The 8th of May this year is the day to head down to your nearest mini golf course, grab a putter and take on the challenge of negotiating your ball into the hole via various obstacles in the lowest number of shots you can. To find a course near you, Google ‘adventure golf’, ‘crazy golf’ or ‘mini golf’ in your area. There are all kinds of courses ranging from big, lush theme park-style adventure golf courses featuring pirates, dinosaurs and lost civilisations to smaller, more basic courses both at the seaside and inland.

Mini golf course
That looks tricky

But googling might not show you all the courses near you. The most complete list of mini-golf courses in the British Isles is without a doubt Richard Gottfried’s blog. He and his wife Emily have been playing every course they can find for years, on what they call the Crazy World Of Minigolf Tour. At the time of writing this, they have played a staggering 958 mini-golf courses, some of which are abroad but 919 of which have been in the British Isles. The blog chronicles their adventure by recording each visit. It stretches back years, so not all the courses they have played are still there, but many will be. Best to check it’s still there before heading off to a course you see on their blog! Check out their crazy adventure here.

May is also National Golf Month – meaning ‘big golf’, i.e. golf played over acres of land with a variety of clubs and questionable fashion sense. Putterfingers have just expanded their range of golf training aids for these hardy folk. For gifts for avid golfers or to improve your own game, check them out here.

Also see out list of upcoming crazy golf tournaments in the UK in 2021. At the top level it’s a thrilling spectator sport. See how the pros do it and improve your own game by watching their tactics!

For all your mini golf needs, visit Putterfingers.com

The UK’s minigolf trade supplier

Not only do we hire out and sell the full range of minigolf equipment, but we also provide the minigolf gear for permanent minigolf courses around the UK. We’ve helped countless new courses get kitted up with the best putters, golf balls, holes, obstacles, flags, cones and scorecards to keep their business buzzing.

Course owners and other people in the minigolf trade can sign up for a trade account on our website. This gets you discounts and VAT-free pricing for bulk purchases. Sole traders and limited companies can use us as their trade supplier and get the best rates in the business, all delivered with our legendary customer service!

So, are your putters getting a bit dog-eared, or have you had a few get lost or damaged? Refresh your stock with one of our great value putter bundles. Getting low on balls? Grab one of our minigolf ball bundles and it’ll keep you going for ages. We’ll also make custom scorecards specially for your minigolf business.

Sign up for a trade account with Putterfingers

Covid safety measures

With a sport as social as minigolf, here at Putterfingers Towers we have extra work on at the moment to disinfect all crazy golf equipment before we send it out. Each putter, ball, and obstacle is wiped down with alcohol-based disinfectant. At mini golf, crazy golf and adventure golf centres, staff will also be working hard to maintain the safety and hygiene of players on their courses, whether indoors or out. At Putterfingers we now offer branded hand sanitiser stations to kit out your venue for the foreseeable future. Our hand sanitiser stations can include your logo and branding, and are available in a range of sizes. 

A quick tip for safety: players should only handle their own ball and their own putter.

We recommend staying at least two putter lengths apart at all times. This inevitably leads to people sparring with putters while shouting things like ‘en garde!’ and ‘Avast, ye blaggard!’. It’s an added benefit that helps people to practice social distancing while pretending to be pirates. Minigolf is even more fun now!

Putterfingers Crazy Golf Equipment brochure

If you are looking to restock your course, why not take a look at our 2021 Brochure of Crazy Golf Equipment?

Putterfingers Crazy Golf Equipment Brochure
Putterfingers 2021 Crazy Golf Equipment Brochure

Sign up for a Putterfingers trade account

Golf training aids to improve your game

If you have been away from golf for a while and want to get your A-game back, there are plenty of training aids to help re-commit the feel of a good swing to muscle memory. Many are tested and approved by leading golf coaches and PGA players. And because even seasoned golfers need to keep practicing the basics, many golf training aids are suitable for all levels. Golfers at or near the beginning of their learning curves can use them to drum the right feel, weight, club angle and body posture into their shots through repetition and feedback.

From warm-up tools to putting alignment trainers, there’s a training tool to help hone every type of shot to near-perfection. Our product line-up now includes a much bigger variety of such devices for serious golfers. They can help to improve your mini golf putting, too. So read on if there is any aspect of your game you’d like to improve through regular practice! (They also make excellent gifts for any golf addicts you know).

All these products can be found at https://www.putterfingers.com/collections/training-aids. The below is just a small selection.

Swing Trainers

Swing Perfect Trainer

Helps consistent shoulder alignment by giving 5-point feedback. If things are out of whack, you’ll feel it! Keeps you honest about shoulder alignment throughout the swing. Regular practice with the Swing Perfect Trainer commits the ideal swing to muscle memory.

Swing perfect golf training aid

Smash Bag

Pro coaches love this one. It helps to prevent the mistake of ‘flipping’ the wrists after ball impact. Place it after the impact point, take a slow swing, stop when the club head hits the smash bag, and check your hand alignment. Helps to achieve correct form and follow through.

Smash bag golf training

Grip Trainers

Grip It Rite Training Grip

Gives the feel of ideal hand position and the grip indicator shows grip strength. Clips onto any club handle and perfects how you hold the club. Get a grip with this tried and tested training tool!

Grip it rite golf training aid

Grip and Swing Trainer

Use this weighted grip and swing trainer anywhere, even indoors (but maybe stay away from crockery!). Train your swing away from the golf course or use it to warm up before a round to prevent injury. The handle is moulded to give a consistent grip and the head weight is adjustable.

Grip and swing golf trainer

Putting Trainers

Pro Laser Guide

Think your putt swing is straight? This laser alignment tool shows you the uncomfortable truth and allows you to correct any alignment errors. Get instant feedback on your putting line and knock your form into shape.

Pro laser guide golf training aid

Tour Putting Mirror

See yourself as you putt and check shoulder alignment and putter face angle. Try different lengths of backswing. Hone every aspect of your putting form with this fantastic training tool.

Tour putting mirror golf training aid

That’s just a few of the golf training aids we have recently added to our site and have in stock. See them all at https://www.putterfingers.com/collections/training-aids and find the ideal training tool for your own golf game or the perfect gift for the golf fanatic in your life!

Questions? email us or call 01842 337 100

How councils can use minigolf for activities & revenue

Local councils run a range of sports and leisure facilities and their calendars are packed with events and school outreach programmes. Engaging people of all ages and abilities with a single, inclusive sporting activity, is hard to do, but mini golf has proven to be a perfect way of achieving that. What could be more flexible than a portable mini golf course? It is compact and easy to store when not in use, fits into a standard car and takes just half an hour to set up and take down. It provides a sport that is accessible to all and can even be used as a paid activity that generates revenue. Let’s look at some ways local councils can benefit from providing this activity.

Council leisure centres

Mini golf is an incredibly inclusive activity, and provides children and adults of all abilities with the opportunity to play, enjoy, compete and excel at a sport, often for the first time in their lives.  Almost anybody can play it, including wheelchair users, young children and those with physical or mental disabilities. With minigolf, nobody is left out. That makes it ideal for events like open days, holiday clubs, parties and sporting events. It’s also a great activity in crèches and soft play areas.

Mini golf for leisure centres and schools

School outreach programmes

The game can be part of school sports outreach programmes. We regularly hire and sell our equipment directly to schools, but there is also the opportunity for leisure centres run by councils to use it if they run sports activity sessions to keep pupils active. All ages can play mini golf. It is both social and competitive, so all ages from primary to late teens can enjoy finding their own level of competitiveness and honing their hand-eye coordination by shooting for a hole-in-one.

School sports outreach council leisure centre

Holiday camps

Minigolf is an activity that does not need modifying for different age groups. It can stay where it is as those aged 5-6, 7-8 , 9-12 and upwards use it. The only thing that might change is the length of the putters (we can provide a mixture of putter lengths on request). It is also playable by pupils of any level of skill and ‘sportiness’. It does not require any special training or preparation but it does immediately engage all players as they discover that it isn’t quite as easy as it looks! It is a great addition to the range of sporting activities at Summer fêtes and holiday camps.

Holiday camp mini golf

As a revenue generator

Minigolf’s inclusivity makes it a good choice as a game that people pay a fee to play. Some games and sports might only appeal to one gender or age range or ability group, but minigolf appeals to everyone, because the objective is simple (but achieving it isn’t always so simple!) That means that as a paid activity it stands a good chance of taking healthy levels of entry fees. It can be pay-to-play as well as used in a more organised context, for example hosting a sponsored crazy golf marathon to raise cash. Local celebrities and business people are often happy to participate, which helps to swell the numbers.

Minigolf to raise funds for councils

Putterfingers minigolf courses work indoors or outdoors, so spaces like sports halls are catered for as well as playing fields and running tracks. We can also add a council’s branding to a course. This is usually on the tee-off mats, scorecards and foam edge bumpers.

Browse our product catalogue and hire options to see the courses we offer, and give us a call on 01842 337 100 for availability.

 

Home mini golf sets & crazy golf kits

Bringing it all back home

We’re best known for our crazy golf hire service which provides entertainment at all kinds of events and is the perfect socially distanced game (see our post about socially distanced mini golf here). But what some don’t know is that you can also BUY minigolf sets from us to own for ever. Today we’ll look at some of the smaller and more economical options for owning a set of Putterfingers equipment and using it at home.

We already offered one or two small sets for indoors and for children, but thought we’d expand our range of home sets to serve the rise in demand we’ve seen in 2020. These are all products for purchase from our website – delivery included for orders over £100. A chance to own a bit of mini golf magic at home that you can bring out again and again! So here are our Home Minigolf Sets. One of these could be winging its way to you today!

Top 5 mini golf sets for home

My Minigolf Set – Standard

Home mini golf set obstacles

If you like tricky obstacles then this set is great value. It contains a whopping 13 My Minigolf obstacles: Four Warm Up putting cups, two Daytona curves and one of each of the other My Minigolf obstacles (Acapulco, Maze, Volcano, Bridge, Tower, Wave, and Loop the Loop 360). The putting options are endless with this set. Try the Bridge just after the Loop the Loop. Can you hit the ball just right to get it through both obstacles and into the cup? That’s a tricky one. In fact, they are all tricky. That’s the idea! So putt your heart out with this full obstacle set. It comes with putter, balls, scorecards and nylon carry bag to pack it all away in.

My Minigolf Set – Large

Home mini golf obstacles

This family set has everything for two adults and two juniors to enjoy minigolf at home. It comes in a nylon carry bag for easy storage. You get 13 My Minigolf obstacles, a putting cup, 6 low bounce balls, 2 adult putters, 2 junior putters and a pack of scorecards. This set can be laid out on almost any reasonably smooth surface: carpet, wooden or laminated floors, grass or tarmac. Portable minigolf to own for ever, and great bang for your buck!

Mega Home Minigolf Set

Mini golf family home set

Our biggest home set to buy, this is a full size boredom-buster for all the family. This set includes 6 sq m of our astro grass putting surface and side bumpers that can be assembled in a variety of ways to fit your room or garden. Flexibility is the name of the game here. With 3-hole, 2-hole and 1 (big) hole configurations and 5 different obstacles each presenting a unique challenge, there’s enough here to keep up the variety and manage difficulty levels to suit putters both big and small.

My Minigolf Set – Small

Basic mini golf set for home use

Our starter kit for home minigolf, this contains enough to set up a challenging single-hole course indoors or outdoors. 3 obstacles including the Loop the Loop 360 that you have to hit with just the right amount of power to get a hole in one! Explore physics with your kids or hone your own putting skills. Works on any flat surface inside the home or out in the garden.

Mini Starter Kits

Mini golf home starter kits

Perhaps all you need is a single hole to practice golf putting, or a basic setup for the kids. Try one of our Home Starter Kits for as little as £29.99. It’s enough to get you putting, and if you feel the need for a little more challenge after a while, it’s simple to add obstacles and other accessories. Just browse our site to find what you need and create a pick & mix mini golf set for your home!