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how to play gator golf

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How to play Gator Golf with kids?

A hole-in-one is a lot more fun with Gator Golf! Grab your golf club, and aim to feed this hungry little Gator. Sink your putt to score, but watch out – he’ll flick your ball with his tail for more putting action. The first player to score 3 points wins! Active game helps develop large motor skills and gets kids moving.

How do you putt with a Gator?

Sink your putt by hitting your ball through the Gator’s mouth into his tail to score, but watch out – he’ll flick your ball with his tail for more putting action. The first player to score 3 points wins! Fun, active gameplay gets kids up and moving while developing large motor skills and hand-eye coordination

How do you play mini golf at home?

Now you can enjoy all the fun of mini golf at home! Gator Golf is easy to set up and does not require batteries. Players simply choose a colored ball and set the Gator up with his mouth open. Using the flamingo club, aim for the Gator’s mouth to sink your putt. It’s fun, active gameplay that gets kids moving and helps develop hand-eye coordination.

How many golf courses does Golf N Gator have?

We have TWO 18-hole courses! Discover an awesome adventure in Swamp Cave or Gator Mountain (or you can choose to play BOTH). Golf N Gator is also home to the only outdoor alligator habitat in Brevard where you can feed, hold, and get your picture taken with live alligators!

How to sink a putt in a gator?

Choose a player to go first. Each player takes one putt per turn. The goal is to sink your putt by hitting your ball through the Gator’s mouth into his tail. The first player will place their ball directly in front of the Gator, one club-distance away, as shown in Figure 3. The player then uses the club to putt the ball.

What happens if you don’t sink your putt?

If you don’t sink your putt, your turn is over. Leave your ball wherever it stopped. You must putt from that location on your next turn.

What to do if your opponent’s ball is between your own ball and the Gator’s mouth?

Putting Around - If your opponent’s ball is between your own ball and the Gator’s mouth, you must try to putt around it.

How to assemble a flamingo golf club?

To assemble the flamingo golf club, take the two pieces and snap them together as shown in Figure 1. Please note that once the golf club is assembled, it should not be taken apart.

What does it mean when your ball touches an object?

Putting Pointers. Interference - If your ball is touching an object (a wall, furniture, your opponent’s ball, even the Gator), you may move it away from that object (one-club distance) at the beginning of your turn.

What to do if you don’t have a clear shot at the gator’s mouth?

If you don’t have a clear shot at the Gator’s mouth, you can use your turn to set up a clear shot for your next turn.

What can you do at Golf N Gator?

And when you’re done on the Golf N Gator course, you can mine for treasure or feed gators in our two ponds. Come on down and discover an unforgettable local mini golf experience!

What are the animals that live at Golf N Gator?

Gators aren’t the only fun friends you can see at Golf N Gator! We’re also a home to birds, turtles, fish, lizards, snakes, and more. Franklin the Tortoise and Delilah the Parrot are just two of the Golf N Gator family.

How many holes are there in Golf N Gator?

Golf N Gator offers TWO 18-hole courses perfect for friends or the whole family. Choose between Gator Mountain and Swamp Cave, or play both! Spin the challenge wheel to show off your miniature golf skills.

Do all employees have to take their temperature?

All employees will have their temperatures taken prior to entering the building.

Description

A hole-in-one is a lot more fun with Gator Golf! Grab your flamingo golf club, and aim to feed this hungry little Gator. Sink your putt by hitting your ball through the Gator’s mouth into his tail to score, but watch out – he’ll flick your ball with his tail for more putting action.

Could have been better

When it works it’s cute. The balls don’t pop out consistently and having to manually open the mouth manually is not the worst thing but somewhat inconvenient. We got this for my 3 yr old because he loves golf, this game grabs his attention for about 5 mins and then he wanted to play with my husbands battery operated putting ball return.

Not That Good

Wasn’t Too Impressed. Felt Like It Was Too Difficult For My 2 And 5 Year Old. The Gator Only Pops The Ball Back Sometimes.

Such a fun family game

I bought this for my 2.5 year old daughter and she loves it! It has been so much fun to play as a family! When you get the ball in, the tail flips it out and my daughter laughs and laughs!

No AAs required

Great for winters and quarantine days when you can’t go out to play. Best part is no batteries needed!!!!