Mini Portable Golf Course

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Introduction: Mini Portable Golf Course

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To all those beginner golfers (including me) out there, here is something you can make to practice your golfing skills when you've got a minute or two. It is really easy to make and portable too.

Note: Cover the board with green color paper or paint it green.

Step 1: What You Need

  • Cardboard
  • Green Color Paper
  • Tape
  • Double sided Tape
  • Polystyrene
  • Glue
  • Rope
  • Scissors

Step 2: Arrange and Fasten the Boards Together

Arrange the board to the desired shape and fasten the boards with rope. We'll use rope so it'll be easy to fold the whole thing and make it portable.

Step 3: Get the Shape

Shape the edges according to the picture to get a proper mini golf course.

Step 4: Add in the Obstacles

The obstacles is completely your choice. As for me I used small boxes, polystyrene and pieces of railway tracks I found around the house.

Step 5: Make It Stand Up

Add polystyrene below the hole for the ball, at the middle segment and at the front segment. This allows the golf course to stand up and for the ball to fall into something.

Step 6: How Is It Portable?

Fold it according to the picture.

Step 7: That's It.

That is it. As easy as that. Next thing is for you to grab a golf stick and a golf ball (preferably foam golf ball). With my Mini Portable Golf Course, everyone can train like a PRO.

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    4 Comments

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    craftclarity
    craftclarity

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Reminds me of one of those TOMY golf course toys from the 80's. Cool.

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    Hanee786
    Hanee786

    Reply 8 years ago

    Thanks. How about giving it a try.