This DIY miniature golf course program has 3 great aspects to it and makes for an amazing team bonding experience.
What is a better idea than combining fun and philanthropy? At the Build a Mini Golf Course program you will get a chance to do both all while playing an interesting game of mini golf! At this event you will break into teams, design, and build a functioning mini golf course.
Teams will be using canned and boxed goods along with other building materials to create bumpers, turns and other obstacles for the mini golf course. A layer of green putting carpet will be provided as well. Unique and challenging courses should be built and ready for business so teams can start their games.
When teams’ games have ended this is when the philanthropy portion of the program comes into play. Following the golf games, courses will be taken apart and all of the non-perishable boxed and canned goods will then be donated to local communities and food banks. What a smart way to recycle a mini golf course!
This DIY miniature golf course program promises a team building activity that is fun and rewarding at the same time. Bond with your company, play a fun homemade game of mini golf and give back to local communities that are in need.
Practice your putting and prepare for a memorable day bonding with your teams over golf and giving back to those in need.
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