I am going to assume that you have heard the term ‘mini golf’ or ‘mini’ in some form at least once.

It is an extremely popular and common term used to describe a small golf course in a coastal town.

It also has a history that has seen it evolve from small, relatively undeveloped, private golf courses to the more established and more popular ‘prosumer’ and ‘pro’ golf courses that exist today.

The term ‘Mini Golf’ is a very popular one, especially amongst people in their twenties and thirties who want to take their golf game to a different level.

It has a very specific meaning, and the term is often used in reference to a large, private course with a large golf course size.

A small golf facility is a smaller, undeveloping golf course.

It’s a place where you can play a small game of golf, like a few holes on the par-3 16th hole of a course, or maybe a few shots in the water, or perhaps a little bit of fun.

Mini golf courses have become increasingly popular in the past decade.

In recent years, the average number of mini golf courses in the US has more than doubled to a record number of 33, while golfers playing the game now average around three holes per round.

While golfers can play mini golf on the course, mini golfers generally want to play on a smaller course, a smaller ‘pro golf’ course, like the one pictured below.

This small pro golf course on the east coast has more mini golf players than any other golf course we know of.

For most golfers, this is the perfect time to learn how to play mini.

Here are some of the basic rules that mini golf requires: 1.

A hole must be at least 16 feet long.

2.

You must be able to hit a hole in three strokes or fewer.

3.

You need to be able hit a course with three holes.

4.

You can play either single-shot or double-shot mini golf.

5.

The mini golf player can shoot the mini golf course from the tee.

6.

You may shoot mini golf from the water.

When it comes to mini golf, there are some major differences between the mini-golfers and the prosumer golfers.

You can play miniature golf anywhere in the world.

The prosumer course can be played in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, France, South Africa, Canada, the US, Japan, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Japan-occupied Korea, South Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Jersey, New York, South Carolina, Florida, California, Puerto Rico, Guam, and other U.S. territories.

What are the benefits of mini?

The prosumer mini golf club is popular in Europe and South America, while mini golf can be a good alternative to golf in America.

In the U.K., the mini course is popular with golfers who are just starting out and are looking to get their game going.

Golfers who live in the U!

can play the mini, or play as a ‘pro’, course.

In fact, mini is now the biggest golfing term in the UK.

One of the most common mini-course types is the mini game, where players play the same game for the entire course.

Some people play mini for two holes, some for three holes, and some for all three holes of the mini.

There are also mini golf balls that are used to play the game.

If you are playing in a mini golf venue, you are required to wear a mini-binder, and you are expected to wear one.

It can be used to keep track of the total number of holes played and your position on the hole.

Players must wear a miniature golf bag when they play mini-games.

This bag will keep track and show the total amount of holes that you played.

At the beginning of the day, you need to hit the ‘scorecard’ to enter the mini mini-game.

If you do not score the hole, you cannot play mini anymore.

There are mini-cards available for purchase, or you can purchase mini-card cards from the mini store.

You also can buy mini-glasses, mini-pendants, and mini-rings for your mini-gaming bag.

So if you want to learn mini golf and you have been told by your local mini-governing body that you need a mini, then you might want to consider getting one.

The game is affordable and the prices are fairly reasonable, so if you can afford it, then the mini is worth it.

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