Just as the temperature changes and the nights start to draw in, it doesn’t mean you have to stop golfing!
There are a number of products available that can be utilised both indoors and outdoors for both practice and putting.
Our Putting Edge Rope Course is ideal to convert a room at home or a conference facility in the office to a 9 hole course to practice your putting or to run your own office event.
There aren’t many complete miniature golf courses on the market for under £1,000 so do get in touch if we can help.
Even if you do fancy venturing out on the course to play BIG golf, then these flashing golf balls will help you keep your balls in sight. Designed to ‘flash’ their way around the course for up to 5 minutes, they are a real help if you have a habit of hitting in the woods flashing bright red as soon as you strike the ball!
So whether you are looking at enjoying some twilight golf or some indoor putting practise, we have a range of solutions to suit your golfing needs.
Some people seem to get a hole-in-one with little effort while others take hours of practise to perfect their chances of them hitting the ball from the teeing off area into the hole on the green.
On the other hand some golfers go their whole golfing careers without one, so just how hard is it to make a hole-in-one? The odds vary, it turns out, depending on who you ask, but we’re willing to bet that the odds aren’t as long as you might expect.
The Golf Digest study provided many great nuggets of information, even breaking the odds down by quality of play:
Tour player making an ace: 3,000 to 1
Low-handicapper making an ace: 5,000 to 1
Average player making an ace: 12,000 to 1
Our modular hole-in-one challenges can be a task for most ability of golfer. Our largest was set out as a 6m Challenge Putt at office of a large insurance company, in Central London this Summer. The 6m putting green is the equivalent to 20 ft in ‘old money’ and required several strokes in play to get to the hole.
We set up and hosted a 3m hole-in-one putting activity on Friday evening as part of the Bounce Magazine 1st birthday party. Bounce Magazine were raising money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer and along with a raffle, auction and hole-in-one activity the team managed to raise an impressive £800 – well done to Rachel and Dan and the team at the Elveden Inn for a successful evening.
We had several successful aces throughout the evening and the mini golf was embraced by all 🙂
The staff members at the Elveden Inn also enjoyed enjoed getting a couple of hole-in-ones during the evening!