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What is Putt-A-Round? It is the largest miniature golf course in the midwest! Putt-A-Round is a fun afternoon or evening for friends and co-workers to try their skills on a 27-hole miniature golf course. Proceeds from entry fees, raffles, and sponsorships support Big Brothers Big Sisters one-to-one mentoring programs in our community.
Is this a tournament? Yes and no! Scores are kept, but only for teams to compare their skills within the team and see how they did against others that shift. We do have traveling trophies for a number of industries (such as the financial and media challenges) and service clubs (such as the Rotary and Kiwanis challenges). A "challenge" trophy could be created for your group by department or industry, simply contact Kayla Keisey at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
How does Putt-A-Round work? There are seven different shifts available throughout the three day tournament. Each shift consists of about 27 to 40 foursomes who play the 27 holes through a shotgun start. Each hole is designed and built by local companies, many of which offer prizes and gifts at their hole. There are contests throughout the shift, along with fun music. Light appetizors and a cash bar are also available during play.
What are the available shift times?
2017 Putt-A-Round Highlights:
Event Summary: 27 Putt Holes 1,500 Participants Total Raised: $86,000
Best New Hole: Top Builder:
Optimist Challenge- Rotary Challenge-
Kiwanis Challenge- Tri-City Building Trades-
2018 Putt-A-Round Sponsors!!!!
MAJOR SPONSOR CLUBHOUSE SPONSOR TABLE TOP SPONSOR
TEAM PHOTO SPONSOR PRESSURE PUTT SPONSOR TEAM RECRUITMENT SPONSOR
BIG/LITTLE NIGHT SPONSOR TEAM PHOTO SPONSOR
FOOD AND BEVERAGE SPONSORS
EAGLE HOLE SPONSORS
BIRDIE HOLE SPONSORS
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