A great and fun activity that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own backyard is miniature golf. Mini golf is a great and fun game for the whole family, and you do not need to go to a mini golf course and pay to play when you can learn building the right miniature golf course for yourself. Building a mini golf course is not that hard, and once you're done you'll be able to play a quick and fun game with your loved ones. The first thing that you'll need to do is look at your backyard or wherever you're planning to put the golf course. Try to see how much land you have to build your course in so that you know what you have to work with.
If a part of the yard is meant for a garden, then you'll have to build your course around it. Make a plan on paper of the land that you can place your golf course on. Then you'll need to decide where you want to put your holes. Decide on how many holes you want to put in your course and what kind of shots you want to make in order to get the ball into the holes. Once you've laid down the plan for the holes, you'll need to think about the kinds of obstacles you'll place in front of each hole.
Obstacles make the game a lot more fun, so choose ones that will make the game more interesting and complicated, but not too hard that it's discouraging. Some great obstacles include ramps and pipes. If you're willing to build and construct a great course, then you can even make moving obstacles to increase the level of challenge for your future mini golf players. The next thing you'll need to do is find out what kind of supplies you will need to use. You will need some PVC pipes for the pipes in the course, bags of sand, siding materials, planks for ramps, and other things that you'd like to include in your mini golf course.
Make a list of these things and buy them in a hardware store. It's a good idea to buy extra materials so that if ever something gets broken you can fix it or replace it easily and quickly. Once you've got your supplies, you can start to build your course. If you made a plan ahead, then you'll be able to easily build your course exactly the way you want it. You can move around obstacles and holes if they end up being too close and just change your plans a little bit. When you're done making the course, you can bring in the friends or family to see it and help you make any necessary changes to it.
Play a few rounds and keep score. This is so that the average score will set the par for the holes, to make the game fair. By following these steps, you now know the basics of building the right miniature golf course. Once you're done with this, you should have a great golf course to spend many afternoons having fun in.