Are you a master of mini golf or a pro at putt-putt? With its tropical surrounds and challenging obstacles, the Boardwalk’s mini golf course offers nine holes of unlimited adventure golf thrills. Designed with bridges and troughs, cascading water features, ravines and caves, every hole
has been carefully created with unexpected twists and turns that make this kids activity in
Port Elizabeth all the more fun! With its challenging and interesting layout, players must combine strategy and skill to beat the par on each hole.
Did you know? Putt-putt golf dates as far back as 1916 when the first putting-only course called Thistle Dhu (pronounced “This’ll Do”) was opened in Pinehurst, North Carolina, USA.
Perfect your putting
Need some tips to improve your game? Take note of these putting pointers from the pros:
Analyse the obstacles before tackling the hole. This may sound obvious, but some holes require a clear strategy if you want to achieve a par or better.
Apply the basics of golfing: perfect your stance, firm your grip and practise your stroke before committing to the first putt.
Break up the hole into sections. If the hole has a par 4, work out three to four shots to get you to the finishing flag.
Remember, putt-putt golf tests the precision with which you can hit the ball from a short distance. Avoid intense hitting on shorter holes but don’t be afraid to put some power behind your putt at the longer holes.
Celebrating a birthday or special occasion? The Boardwalk’s mini golf caters for large groups and is one of the most popular kids’ activities in Port Elizabeth. There’s also the Magic Company, go-kart racing, ten pin bowling, movies and more.
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