Our friends Karl and Sophia Moles were recently on holiday in Arma, Italy and sent through some snaps of the minigolf course they found there.
|Sophia and Karl Moles at the course|
|Action on the Arma minigolf course|
Karl told me "I came joint first with 61. There was one hole that was dead straight down the fairway and the green was a circle about three metres in diameter, depending on where your ball stopped there was a code round the outside with instructions on a sign which you had to decode which then gave you the direction to hit the ball to get it in the hole. For example when you worked it out it would say 3cm to the left of the hole! It was in Italian which made it even harder!"
The Moles family are big minigolf fans and always give a course a play if they see one. We've also had some matches against Karl while daytripping in Felixstowe.
The course is a Concrete (Beton) variety of minigolf. We've played a few Beton minigolf courses on our travels. Most notably in Finland and Sweden while playing for the Great Britain team in Nations Cup international tournaments.
You can find out more about the different types of minigolf in the World Minigolf Sport Federation's Starting Out In Minigolf guide.
|The minigolf course is approved by the World Minigolf Sport Federation|
Check out the Minigolf Sport Club Sanremo Facebook page for more information.
|The trophies won by Minigolf Sport Club Sanremo!|
- Minigolf Sport Club Sanremo Facebook
- World Minigolf Sport Federation website
- Federazione Italiana Golf su Pista / Italian Minigolf Federation website
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- Karl Moles
- Sophia Moles
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