Today is National Dictionary Day in the USA.
National Dictionary Day was created in honour of Noah Webster's birthday, 16th October 1758.
On our travels to 925 courses we've so far found 83 names for the game.
|If you count playing Zany Golf on the SEGA Mega Drive we've played minigolf courses starting with an 'A' and a 'Z', if not every other letter in-between|
My favourite is 'Golff Gwyllt' which is one of a number of names for Crazy Golf in Welsh. It directly translates as 'Wild Golf'!
|Golff Gwyllt at Anglesey Sea Zoo, Isle of Anglesey|
Emily's favourite name for the game is the UK classic of 'Crazy Golf'.
|Crazy Golf was invented in Skegness, England in 1926|
What's your favourite name for minigolf?
Related blog posts:
- What's in a name - from Minigolf to Crazy Golf
- Types and Variants of Miniature Golf
- Crazy World of Minigolf Tour
- Minigolf etc. - English to Welsh translations
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