LittleDuffer - Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 17, 2012
LittleDuffer Mini Golf Answers Demand for Low Cost Mini Golf
Traverse City, MI….LittleDuffer Mini Golf is launched as a low cost indoor or outdoor modular miniature golf course for use by campgrounds, hotels, special events, fund raisers and rental companies, and many other users with limited budget and space.. “Adventure Golf Services created LittleDuffer to answer the customer demand for a smaller and a more economically priced miniature golf course that looks good and is fun to play” announces Scott Lundmark, Vice President.
“LittleDuffer is a product launch that is a perfect solution for the client who has limited or restricted space or a need for a more portable course. The exciting part is the price: the standard 9-hole model is only $6,000 and $12,000 for an 18-hole course.” LittleDuffer also features specialty holes that can be purchased to replace individual golf holes in the standard model. These specialty golf holes feature more play options including: over and under holes and ball runs that carry a ball from one green to another, according to Lundmark.
“Low cost fun is the focus of the new mini golf course and various obstacle options.” comments course designer Arne Lundmark. “Fun happens with the use of a variety of props such as colorful rubber bumps which can change the direction of the ball. Props such as a mini loop-de-loop or elevated golf hole cups, bridges make a great connection with all ages. We also offer optional colorful turf including red, yellow, and other colors to add even more eye appeal for guests. Finally we have added a touch of whimsy with the golf hole edge, which is made from heavy rope.”
The golf holes are ideal for special events and rentals as they are light weight and can be moved from one location to another. The interlocking panel system from recycled materials makes this portability possible, according to Scott Lundmark. Because of LittleDuffer’s small size and low cost it will provide a new profit center or amenity for campgrounds, small family entertainment centers, bowling centers, indoor / outdoor sports arenas, malls, hotels, and other businesses.
A nine-hole course fits into a 625 to 900 square foot area depending on the number of ADA compliant golf holes desired, while the 18-hole course requires a 1,250 to 1,800 square foot area, according to Scott Lundmark. The LittleDuffer modular product is the fourth modular product introduced by the company. Other models are AnyWhereLinks®, LawnCourt®, and GolfCourt®. Other modular products include MiniLinks, MiniLinks Jr., and a variety of putting green products.
Adventure Golf Services is a global leader in the design, building and installation of indoor / outdoor miniature golf and other golf related, special application products. For more information visit: www.adventureandfun.comor call 888-725-4fun.