rules mini golf
We also have rules on our pitch
Minigolf is a sport played with a golf club and a ball on a course with obstacles that are fixed and sometimes difficult to pass, while the ball has to hit the hole. The aim is to hit the ball from the tee to the hole in the pitch in as few strokes as possible.
- The aim is to hit the ball into the hole with as few strokes as possible
- Every stroke counts. 1 extra stroke is counted if the ball bounces outside the court after it has passed an obstacle, and if the ball is not in the hole by the 6th stroke (i.e. 7)
- Start again as many times as required until the ball has passed the obstacle in the correct way
- Behind the obstacle, the ball must be re-spun from the place where it has been left. If the ball becomes impossible to play, e.g. at the boundary or close to the obstacle, it must be moved forward at a right angle by about 5 cm
- If the ball bounces off the pitch after it has passed correctly through an obstacle, it must be returned to the place where it left the pitch.
- If a player does not get the ball in the hole by 6 strokes, 7 strokes are scored and play continues on the next court.
- The courses are played in the order they are numbered
- The winner is the one with the fewest points when all tracks are completed