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!

 

Christmas crazy golf hire

Hire a bit of magic this Christmas

Christmas crazy golf hire

There’s something festive about our green putting surface that makes Putterfingers minigolf the perfect winter holiday game. Maybe it’s because it’s the same colour as holly. It looks fantastic in a room or garden decorated for the Christmas season.

Minigolf a no-contact activity that is really ideal for these socially distanced times. As long as players hang on to their own putter and ball rather than passing them around, it’s about as COVID-safe as a game can be. We also sterilise the equipment before we send it out to you. The obstacles are made of PVC and can be wiped with alcohol pads before and after putting them in place. We blogged about COVID safety recently.

Our Christmas hires are so popular that we have also created a set of cheeky, fun Christmas-themed obstacles to lay out on the course. The snowboarding snowman, skiing snowman and baubly Christmas tree are perfect for a spot of festive putting, and a great photo opportunity too.

Christmas minigolf hire UKChristmas minigolf hire customers include shopping centres, corporate Christmas parties, marketing events and families holding Christmas parties at home. We ship the equipment on a pallet to the venue or to the address you give us, and it’s a breeze to set up. It typically takes about 30 minutes to lay out the course so that it’s ready to play. This makes it easy to hold pop-up mini golf events at all kinds of venue.

Our flexible putting system lets you lay out the course to fit the venue. You can build a lot of smaller holes dotted around or a lesser number of larger holes. A large number of variations are possible.

Christmas crazy golf: the perfect festive game

Christmas crazy golf hire

Last year we visited the amazing year-round winter-themed crazy golf attraction at Disneyworld. It’s brilliant fun and very impressive. But it is a permanent attraction built to last years. Since we started hiring out crazy golf, our goal has been to bring a bit of this kind of minigolf magic to any kind of venue at a reasonable price and with fast delivery and return. Check out the list of household-name companies who agree with our idea and have hired out our equipment for their corporate events! Putterfingers Client Portfolio

Miniature golf champion and blogger Richard Gottfried posted last year about some of the Christmas-themed crazy golf courses he had seen. Maybe you could use some of the ideas there to jazz up your crazy golf hire. And if you send him a photo of your event, he’ll probably blog about it! Check out his post here.

Get in touch via this page to find out more about hiring crazy golf for your Christmas event: https://www.putterfingers.com/pages/christmas-crazy-golf

In the spotlight: Putterfingers catch-up with Puttstars

This National Miniature Golf Day we have had the pleasure of catching up with Puttstars, Golf Operations Manager, Andy Johnson.

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Copyright: Puttstars

Andy and the Puttstars team at Hollywood Bowl Group, have had the challenge of not only navigating their business around the Covid-19 safety measures, but also the opening of 2 new Puttstars venues, in the midst a Pandemic. No mean feat!

Andy shares the experience at Puttstars and their plans for the future.

You have successfully managed to launch new Puttstars venues during the Pandemic, how has this gone?

“It was a challenge, given that we usually ensure all our team are given some time training with an experienced team member, obviously this was very limited due to the restrictions we faced, however, I have been pleased with the teams and how they have handled the opening weeks. On top of this, the teams have had to operate in an environment where hand sanitising, and face masks are the norm, meaning that extra operational pressures have been put onto the teams.”

What piece of technology could you have not lived without at Puttstars?

“CRM, it’s really important to use to get to know and understand our customers, not only can we then offer them products that are desirable for them, it helps us to communicate with our customer base when required, and to push offers when trading conditions are tough.”

Has Covid-19 brought any positive changes to the business?

“NO!”

Where do you see the role of mini-golf in the competitive socialising market moving forward?

“I believe that as people move towards more experience-based leisure time, mini-golf is well placed to offer this to a range of different customers groups, whether they are families or students. For us offering the playing experience on the courses alongside a fully licensed bar, with diner and amusements makes us a great place for people to socialise and spend time with their friends and family.”

As a customer, what you can expect from a visit to Puttstars at present?

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Copyright: Puttstars

“A memorable experience for the right reasons hopefully, we set out trying to design holes which offer intrigue and interest and are fun for everyone to play, we have tried to create an environment where everyone is welcome and can enjoy the space, we also believe that our offering is incredibly good value for money.”

What is your best score playing Puttstars Mini Golf?

“7800, which I scored on only my 3rd round, I have been unable to better this since, much to my annoyance, and despite lots of attempts.”

What is your favourite mini golf hole at the venues?

“I don’t have one favourite, we have 27 holes within each centre that are bespoke to us and can’t be found anywhere else in the world, we spent a lot of time working with our course designers to make the playing experience a unique one.”

What do Christmas parties at Puttstars look like this year?

“I think that’s partially a question for the government, depending on what the rules are on group gatherings, without COVID we would be offering a package that contained golf, food and drink with trophies for the winners among other things, however, I think that restrictions this year will limit us. That said we will still be offering great value deals whatever the restrictions, check out our website for the latest information.”

What does the future hold for Puttstars?

“Our early trading has been very positive even launching in these unusual times, so we are confident that we can continue on our proposed path to open future sites and keep expanding our brand. Keep an eye out near you for a new Puttstars opening soon.”

Thanks to Andy for taking the time to give us an update.

About Putterfingers

At Putterfingers, we supply a whole range of mini golf equipment both to trade and for home use. Check out our website for portable crazy golf courses to hire or buy, for putters, balls, obstacles and more.

 

Welcoming back the crazy-golfers

This week we have seen the re-opening of ‘big’ golf courses across the UK following lockdown. Mini golf courses have yet to open their doors. Latest Government advice this week has suggested that leisure facilities, such as our mini-golf courses, may begin to re-open from 4th July. Depending on the all-important R-number at this time.

What preparations can crazy golf courses be making?

Social distancing

Social distancing is here to stay for the foreseeable future. Whilst this may be easier for ‘big’ golf courses to adhere to, mini-golf courses, are just that – mini.

Mini golf courses will need to follow the same example of retail and limit the number of players entering the facilities. The players will need to keep to the 2m rule and possibly only play with members of the same household initially.

Ticketing will offer the best solution for this. Whether than be through a website function or a socially distanced queue on the seafront.

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“Wash your hands”…. This has been the Government’s mantra since earlier this year. Maintaining good levels of hygiene is one of the key ways we can all contribute to stopping the spread of the Coronavirus. Crazy golf courses, like all leisure facilities, will be required to provide handwashing facilities for visitors on their premises. For some, venues this may be easier than done.

Hand washing is deemed preferable, however, the practicalities of offering soap and fresh water at the entrance may make this tricky. The next best alternative will be to provide hand sanitising facilities and to make it clear to customers that this is a requirement on entering the venue.

Cleaning of equipment between players will also be a necessity. Staff will need to be able to make time for wiping Bundle_junior_puttersdown the putters and balls between groups and ensuring that equipment remains within the same group during play.

At the moment it’s a case of watch and wait to see how the next phases of lockdown pan out. It is clear however that leisure will look very different from what we have been used to.

Britain is renowned for its stoic public, we have managed so far and we will continue to!

At Putterfingers we are taking every precaution we can. Our deliveries will continue to adhere to social distancing and we will continue to thoroughly sanitise our equipment after every hire.

Hand Sanitiser Stations

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Our sister brand, Photo Cutouts, have been busy working on a new product – freestanding, portable hand sanitising stations. They are fully customisable with your own branding and available in different sizes for hire and to purchase. A hand sanitising station could offer mini-golf venues with the ideal solution for maintaining customer hygiene on re-opening and beyond.

Get in touch:

Get in touch with the Putterfingers team to talk about customised hand sanitiser stations and stock of all your mini-golf course supplies.

Tel no: 01284 848330

email: office@connectedshopping.com

Home minigolf kits for indoors and outdoors

As regular readers of this blog will know, our stock-in-trade is minigolf hire and sales for parties, corporate events, trade shows and weddings. We have also recently started to sell a lot of smaller minigolf kits for use at home.

There’s a new section on our website full of minigolf-at-home kits starting at just £21. Check it out here.

Lockdown mini golf kits for putting at home in the garden or indoors

Garden home minigolf

Grab a few putters, balls and obstacles from our online catalogue, set them up in the back garden, pour your springtime beverage of choice and while away the lockdown hours honing your putting skills. Get the whole family involved if they are up for it. If you have a smooth lawn then you’ve already got the ideal putting surface. But if there’s no lawn or a bumpy one, we can supply a number of interlocking astro grass tiles to create a lovely smooth-rolling surface to play on. Paved areas like patios work well too – but you’ll need to be a bit gentler with your putts because concrete is a much faster surface.

Indoor minigolf

Putting indoors is just as much fun – especially when you involve your own furniture! Almost anything can be pressed into service as a minigolf obstacle, and it’s possible to create some interesting and challenging layouts that use the room’s angles and features. The balls we supply are low bounce – designed to stay low and minimise the threat to windows and fragile objects. But you shouldn’t really be hitting the ball that hard anyway! For the ultimate safety, use our airflow balls which are as light as a feather.

Mega home mini golf set lockdown putting

We’re selling kits for one or two people, and larger ones for the whole family. Which one do you fancy? See the options here!

Prefer to talk to us so you’re sure you are buying the right kit? We’re happy to take your call on 01842 337 100 or your email enquiry.

How to get your golf fix from home

Well, what a start to Spring. With the whole of the UK being told to stay home, it comes as little surprise today that golf courses across the country are announcing their temporary closure. The Prime Minister’s latest announcements are pushing towards tougher measures to crack down on the spread of Covid-19. Whilst leaving home once a day for exercise and essentials is still permitted, it is clear that the social distancing measures have so far not been tough enough. Sadly, things will have to change in the leisure industry for a short while and in the meantime, we have some suggestions on how you can continue playing golf from the safety of your own home.

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Mini Golf Hire by courier

Training Aids

Practice Foam Golf Balls

Putterfingers Putting Cups

Target Spiderball Golf Set for kids

 

Mini golf is a hit at University Events

Are you part of the events team at your University? If you are involved in planning this year’s May Ball, end of term bash, Graduation party or Fresher’s Week activities, why not consider adding crazy golf into the entertainment mix.

Crazy golf is now hugely popular in the UK and competitive socialising is booming in the leisure industry. Many towns and cities popular with students, may even be home to one of the latest crazy golf venues that have been popping from the likes of Junkyard Golf, Plonk Golf, Ghetto GolfSwingers, Mr Mulligans, and a growing number of other chains.

So why not bring a bit of competitive socialising into your student union or University setting? Crazy golf works for entertainment on many levels…

It’s fun

Fellow students will have the chance to let their hair down and have a laugh trying to make their way around the course. It’s a good way to relax at the end of a busy term.

University of Hertfordshire Welcome Fest
University of Hertfordshire Welcome Fest photography by Pete Stevens

It can be enjoyed with or without alcohol

With an increasing number of tee-total students, it’s good to have on hand entertainment that doesn’t involve propping up the bar. And with crazy golf, everyone is catered for.

Competitive socialising

It brings out everyone’s competitive side – who doesn’t love a bit of healthy competition between friends?! A bit of banter over a round of crazy golf is great for getting to know new people and new sides to people that you thought you knew! It’s popular at Fresher’s events and Welcome Week for that very reason.

UEA Crazy Golf - Freshers Week
UEA Crazy Golf – Freshers Week

Great for all abilities

No skills required – it’s tricky to navigate shots whether you’re a beginner or not. Even people good at ‘BIG’ golf can look silly negotiating obstacles on a putting green – so everyone is on a level pegging.

Instagrammable

It makes a great photo opportunity. Our courses can include branded obstacles, bumpers and tee-off mats – a perfect branded and Instagram-worthy photo opportunity to use on University socials.

Get active

Crazy golf has many health benefits – it’s a fun way to get active and relieve stress, check out our blogs on its benefits to mental health and stress relief. As a result, mini golf is often used at Universities during Healthy Mind and Wellbeing weeks. It gets students moving, away from their screens and out socialising face to face with friends – what better way to promote wellbeing at your institution.

 

Sheffield Hallam University - Get Active Week
Sheffield Hallam University – Get Active Week

Looking for something extra?

Our sister brand, Fun4Guests, offers a number of additional activities to hire which go perfectly with crazy golf:

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Get in touch:

Talk to our team about your upcoming University events and we can recommend fun activities to suit your requirements and budget.

Tel no: 01284 848330

email: office@connectedshopping.com

Benefits of mini golf on mental health

Mental Health has been at the forefront of social media and the press this week. #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek has focussed our attention on supporting young people to manage their mental health, and #TimeToTalkDay has helped encourage people to talk about mental health and reduce stigma.

At Putterfingers, we are big advocates of the role mini golf can play in improving the mental health of players. We have blogged previously about how crazy golf can reduce stress levels, an issue closely linked to mental health. But there are ways that mini golf can be beneficial on mental health as a whole.

The New Economics Foundation developed ‘The Five Ways to Wellbeing’, a set of mental health messages, which when practised, improves the mental health and wellbeing of the whole population. Mental health charity, Mind, have clearly outlined ‘The Five Ways to Wellbeing’ concept and here is how we strongly believe that mini golf can fit into this framework.

5 Ways to Wellbeing

Connect

Social relationships are important for maintaining a healthy mind. Mini golf can offer a social activity that brings people together in a relaxed and informal environment. As a sport that is played as an individual rather than in a team, participants can be social as much or as little as they wish, whilst still connecting with others.
The beauty of mini golf is that it is a challenge for everyone – there is no right or wrong way to do it. Overcoming obstacles, quite literally (!), brings people together, which is why it is so often used for team building activities.

Mini golf for socialising

Be active

“Regular physical activity is associated with lower rates of depression and anxiety across all age groups.” (Mind.org)

You don’t need to hit the gym or break a sweat to enjoy a bit of physical activity. Mini golf is a slower-paced activity that is suitable for anyone, regardless of age or physical fitness. Walking has a huge benefit to mental and physical health, walking around a miniature golf course gives a purpose and more enjoyment to that walk.

Putting, whether in ‘Big’ golf, pitch and putt, adventure golf or crazy golf, certainly uses the muscles on our arms. But engaging with your core muscles will help you to control the club according to Tom Watson’s article “Putt With Your Gut”.

University of Hertfordshire Welcome Fest © Pete Stevens
University of Hertfordshire Welcome Fest © Pete Stevens
Take Notice

Living in the moment, or being aware of the present, is the third concept of the 5 Ways to Wellbeing. Taking a moment to enjoy the environment around you is something that all of us leading busy lives can benefit from remembering.

Crazy golf has traditionally been a seaside pastime and you will often still find a course at coastal resorts. If you do take the time to visit one of these courses by the sea, take the time to notice your surroundings, the sea breeze, the seagulls, perhaps if the sound of the waves if you are lucky.

Many parks are also home to a miniature golf course or pitch and putt. So, a great opportunity to get back to nature and take some time for yourself.

Holbeck Putting Green in Scarborough © Emily Gottfried
Holbeck Putting Green in Scarborough © Emily Gottfried
Learn

According to Mind, learning a new skill can enhance with self-esteem. It also encourages more social interaction, which as humans is one our basic needs. Improved self-worth is an important factor for maintaining good mental health.
Mini golf could be that new skill you are looking for. It is such an accessible activity that literally anyone can get involved. It is fun to try and overcome the obstacles of the course, there are a few individuals who have mastered the tricks (Richard & Emily Gottfried, Marc Chapman!), but for the majority of us success is based on problem-solving and a little bit of luck. Who knows, you could be the next Minigolf Champion!

Red Interactive Mini Golf Winners!

Give

People who engage in activities to help others are “more likely to rate themselves as happy” (Mind.org).

Getting involved with a cause or community group and help your feeling of belonging and to support other elements of the 5 Ways to Wellbeing such as connecting with others.

As mini golf is an activity for all, yet still competitive, it is a great contender for fundraising activities. It’s been a staple of fundraising in the USA for a long time and is beginning to get some traction over here. It’s a fun, social activity that offers ample opportunity for charity branding to promote the cause and raise awareness and money.
Read some of our blogs on Mini Golf for Fundraising and see how charities such as Global Media & Entertainment’s ‘Make Some Noise’ charity has used Putterfingers mini golf for their charity day.

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Kate Garraway at Global’s Make Some Noise Charity Day

Don’t just take our word for it, The British Medical Journal blogged back in 2018, how shorter play versions of ‘big’ golf, such as pitch and putt, adventure golf, crazy golf or miniature golf, is an appealing introduction to the wider benefits of golf on mental, and physical health.

If you are planning a wellbeing event for your company, school, university or local community, then why not book mini golf as part of the event activities. We offer a variety of size courses which are available to hire or buy. There are options to brand the courses and obstacles with your logo and hashtags.

Visit our site to view mini golf hire options

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Plan your 2020 Team Building activities

Taking time out from the daily grind occasionally is a necessity for employee wellbeing. Bringing your team together in a relaxed environment will give people the opportunity to socialise, away from their desks – a proven way to boost productivity.

So why not start the year as you mean to go on and plan in your 2020 team building activities.

Not all businesses can feasibly commit to the time, nor expense, of away days, so another solution is to host an activity within the workplace.

And what better activity to offer than a round of office mini-golf!

Mini golf is perfect for team building activities, it is fun, it is active and requires no prior ability.

Turn your breakout area into a fun crazy golf course

It’s winter, no one wants to venture out in the cold and wet. But getting a break away from the desk is essential for productivity.

Facebook HQ hired our Funsize crazy golf course for that very reason.

Facebook HQ 9 hole Course

The Fun Size Course was perfect for a room of this size. This is our standard 9-hole portable golf course.

The package consists of:
27 x 1msq astro grass tiles
Foam edge bumpers
Assorted obstacle pieces
9 rubber headed putters
9 low bounce balls
Scorecards, clipboards and pencils
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Short on space?

Our crazy golf course can be set up within the office. Putterfingers mini golf courses can be set up indoors or outdoors, and the modular nature of the courses means that they can fit around existing furniture and office layouts.

This is exactly what Worldpay did. They hired a 6-hole course to set up within their office space to celebrate the day that the company joined FIS. The organiser planned this activity in secret so it was a surprise for his employees when they arrived at work the next day. He even got to get some practice in the evening before while setting up. Unfair advantage perhaps?!

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Team building across the miles

If your company has multiple offices, it can be tricky to bring employees together in a social setting when locations are miles apart.

One easy and cost-effective solution could be to hire a course for each location and compete via a live-feed scoreboard.

Zone Digital found this worked perfectly for connecting their Bristol and London employees.

Zone Digital Live Link Bristol Office Open

As we have multiple courses available to hire at any one time, there is no reason this idea couldn’t be scaled up and ran across several offices. Our golf courses can be delivered anywhere in the UK via courier, store away easily and fit in standard lift shafts – we would be hard-pushed to find a venue that cannot be accessed!

Branded courses

Our mini golf courses can be hired as they are, or branded with company logos and other insignia by prior arrangement with us. All courses are also available for purchase, either to create a more permanent fixture or to store and use when the occasion demands – the equipment is fully portable and easy to set up.
Branding the course to the company helps people to equate the company with fun, which boosts morale. Show employees some love, and they’re more likely to love you back. Some high-profile companies, such as Google and LinkedIn, have minigolf courses in their offices. So be like Google. Make your company one of the best to work for.

Buy a course to use for all your corporate events

Putterfingers mini golf courses are available to buy as well as hire. You could purchase a course to use for employee socials, for family-fun days and entertaining clients.

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One or two holes can also be easily transported and set-up at trade shows – mini golf makes a great addition to exhibition stands as a fun and engaging activity for delegates.

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Looking for multiple activities?

If you are planning on running a slightly larger team event and what to mix of activities, then talk to us about….

Table Tennis

Table tennis is great fun for corporate events, networking, office parties, conferencing and team building events.

We supply full-size, competition tables and personalised folding table tennis plus everything you need: balls, bats and nets.
You can have your own unique bespoke Compact Tables with the playing surface professionally printed with photos, logos, or any artwork you want to send us. Use block colours. Put a hashtag on them. The possibilities are endless.

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Footpool

Footpool is a fusion between football and pool. The pockets are goals in this fusion between pool and football, and the added bonus is there is no offside rule! The rules of 8-ball pool apply: your opponent gets an extra shot if you foul and potting the black after potting all your balls wins the game.

Footpool is available to hire from a few hours to a full day and requires a set-up space of 25sqms.

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Get in touch

If you are planning an event and are looking for activities to hire, or to buy, then get in touch with the Putterfingers team. We can create a bespoke package to meet your objectives.

Email: office@connectedshopping.com

Tel: 01284 848330