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how to make a homemade putt putt golf course

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How to make the perfect putt?

There are just three basic movements to the putting stroke,and they’re all incredibly simple:The shoulders rotate around the spineThe arms flow freely from the shouldersThe putter flows freely from the arms

How to putt for beginners?

Putting BasicsManage your putting Speed. When you’re working on putting,you’ll be working on producing 2 outcomes: speed,and direction. …Putting grip. There are a variety of putting grips out there. …putting Stance. …Account for the break. …Don’t overthink it. …Pay attention to course conditions. …

How to build an indoor mini golf course?

Method 1 Method 1 of 2: Creating a Course Using Household ItemsLet your kids know what mini golf is. Mini golf is a game where players try to get a ball in a hole in the least number of shots.Planning your course. Plan your course based on time and resources. …Design your course. …Choose your type of course. …Create your holes. …Get the gear. …More items…

How to Putt Like a pro?

How To Putt Like The ProsSEE,THEN FEEL. If you’re looking for precise setup advice on stance,posture or how much to flex your knees,you’ve come to the wrong place.PICK THE ENTRY POINT. Apply your read by being specific about where you want the ball to enter the hole. …GO LOW TO THE HOLE. …

Step 1: Materials

Purchase or scrounge the material.
2x4s Pressure treated (unless you have 3 swimming pools panels laying around)
4x4s Pressure Treated
3 4 foot by 8 foot 1/2 plywood
indoor/outdoor carpet
Metal Kid’s slide
Indoor/Outdoor Adhesive
4 inch diameter PVC pipe
2 inch diameter PVC if you want to have a course lower to putt down too
various obstacles
3/4 inch plywood
We had quite a few things laying around the house.

Step 2: Build the Bases

Build 4 by 8 rectangles with pressure treated 2x4s. Nail the base together with 16 D nails. Put the floor joists 16 inches on center. Nail the 4 x 8 piece of half inch plywood to the bases with 6D nails. Decide where you want to put your holes. We had a total of ten holes for our 3 section golf course.

Step 3: Create Bases for the Courses

For each course, we dug 4 post holes to the frost level (one post hole for each corner of the rectangle). We then inserted pressure treated 4x4s into the post holes and filled the remaining area of the holes with concrete. We left about 3.5 inches of 4×4 out of the ground. Make sure the 4x4s are level with each other.

Step 4: Mount Rectangular Bases Onto the 4×4 Foundation

Place your rectangular course on top of the 4x4s and after ensuring level – nail the course to the 4x4s. Cut 4 inch long PVC (4 inch diameter) and place in the golf holes that you previously cut out with the jig saw.

Step 5: Put on the Carpet

With a caulking gun, put indoor/outdoor adhesive onto the deck of the courses. Use a trowel that has grooves in it to spread the adhesive onto the deck. Cut the carpet to size before putting the glue down! After gluing, put the carpet on the deck. Use a roller to make sure the carpet is flat and pressed down onto the glued deck.

Step 6: Finishing Touches

If you have a slide or other means to connect multiple courses together, do that now. We also put a 2 x 6 pressure treated wood around the perimeter of the courses so that we could have a means of keeping the ball from leaving the course and for banking shots. Use your imagination to create obstacles.


Make sure the obstacles are able to be put away easily so that your house can be clear on non-mini golf days.


Make sure you tell young ones not to swing with too much power or the balls get lost or may break something.

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5 Easy The layout is straightforward, but you’ll need a few extra hands to get the felt glued on smoothly and evenly.

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Mini-golf is a great game for bringing together family members of every age. Who doesn’t love besting Dad on the loop-de-loop hole? But it doesn’t have to be just a vacation-week treat. Wouldn’t it be great to have your very own course to play all year round—inside or out?

How to Build a Miniature Golf Course Overview

Rich, Tom, and their crew of young builders made this mini- golf course from medium-density fiberboard (MDF), a stable wood composite material. It’s smooth and easy to work with, and it makes a great flat surface for rolling a golf ball.

Lay out and cut the baluster supports

Line up the deck balusters along the edges of a sheet of MDF. Mark them to fit around the entire sheet, corner to corner and flush with the edges.

Glue the baluster supports in place

Line up the balusters next to the edges of the MDF. Squeeze several strips of wood glue onto each baluster, one baluster at a time. Leave a few inches of space between the strips of wood glue. In the spaces, put down dabs of fast-setting cyanoacrylate glue.

Cut the hole

Measure across the MDF panel, and mark it slightly off-center, closer to one end. Using a drill/driver fitted with a 4-inch hole saw, start making a hole at this mark. Once the bit has poked through, flip the panel over and finish the cut from the other side. This will keep the MDF from splintering.

Apply the adhesive

Place a 54×72-inch piece of felt on a worktable. Stretch it slightly, and hold it in place with spring clamps.

Camron Howell of PuttTek

If you’ve got the money and the space for something truly impressive, you can hire professionals to make you a backyard mini-golf course.

Scott Jones, Florida

But perhaps you’re more of a DIY guy, like the golf-loving Jones, who tells me that he’s “not handy in the least” but decided to convert his small backyard into a mini-golf course as a way to occupy himself during quarantine.

Ryan Ballengee, Maryland

Much like Jones, Golf News Net’s Ballengee was longing for the links during lockdown, so he decided to transform his backyard into a place to play some golf. Unlike Jones, however, Ballengee didn’t need to totally transform his space to get what he wanted out of it. Instead, he just needed to clean up his backyard and buy a few minor accessories.

Brian VanHooker

Brian VanHooker is a writer at MEL. He is the co-creator of the John O’Hurley pilot ‘The Tramp’ and co-created ‘Barnum & Elwood.’ He also hosts a TMNT interview podcast.

Building a Temporary Backyard Mini Golf Course

Unlike the Scottish course, you don’t have to spend hours or hundreds of dollars constructing a professional-grade mini golf course for your kids. You don’t even have to buy a putter. Simply provide some basic building materials and let your kids use their creativity and ingenuity to make their own obstacles and challenges.

Building a Permanent Backyard Mini Golf Course

A miniature golf course outside of the Graham family’s new home in Augusta, Ga. in 2011.

Backyard Mini Golf Obstacle Ideas

Backyard mini golf courses are all about the obstacles, and the best way make your own obstacles is to get creative with common household objects.

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As the father of three kids under the age of 8, I love writing articles like this. Now I know what we’re going to do at the toddler’s next birthday party! As parents, I think we mistakenly believe that our children’s most memorable childhood moments will happen at expensive theme parks or vacations.