from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A novelty version of golf played with a putter and golf ball on a miniature course and featuring obstacles such as alleys, bridges, and tunnels.
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- n. An informal form of golf, played with a putter on a short course featuring novelty obstacles.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a novelty version of golf played with golf balls and putters on a miniature course featuring many obstacles
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We dove in and baked, dove in and baked in the afternoon sun, and when wed had enough of it, we changed clothes and drove back into Menaggio to have a go at the miniature golf course there.
What do you say to a stroll to Wesbroek Park to take a look at that miniature town they’ve built there, and then perhaps a round of miniature golf by the Grand Hotel in Gevers Diejnootweg?’
Mankind, of course, always has been and always will be, under the yoke of the butterflies in the matter of social rites, dress, entertainment, and the expenditure which these things involve. hugh sheffield, the sovereignty of society, 1909 miniature golf [1927-31]